Rhiannon Grant’s work at Woodbrooke spans academic and practice-based approaches to Quakerism. She teaches in Woodbrooke’s short course program and supervises research and teaches postgraduate…
Jews and Quakers Conference: On Privilege and Prejudice
Religious prejudice and privilege manifest in multiple ways in our society and our lives. Antisemitism is still common, and Quakers are not immune from it. Historically, some Quakers experienced brief periods of persecution, but most now experience the privileges of the majority Christian culture. Both Jewish and Quaker identities are intersectional, only one aspect of a person’s complete identity.
This conference will include speakers from a wide range of perspectives. There will also be a presentation from Friends with Jewish Connections about the experience of people who are both Quaker and Jewish. In an atmosphere of respectful listening we will explore challenging questions, so that a wide range of views can be heard and discussed.
Live sessions are every Tuesday 19:00-20:00 (UK time).
Information about keynote speakers will be available soon.
More information is available at: https://jewsandquakers.wordpress.com/home/
Course category: History & Theology
This course will involve:
On the booking form, there is a chance for you to let us know about any accessibility or communication adjustments that will enable you to participate more fully in the course. Closed captions for live sessions may be available upon request; please contact us directly if you require closed captions.