Created in 2013, the Morris Bart, Sr. Lecture Series features local experts in the fields of history, architecture, religion, politics, food, music, theater, and so much more. This monthly lecture series is generously funded by Morris Bart.
Typically held on the second Monday of the month at the Uptown JCC from 11:45 AM - 1:30 PM, each one-hour lecture is preceded by a catered, kosher lunch.
Free for members | $10 fee apply for non-members
Advanced registration required.
For more information and to RSVP, contact Rachel Ruth at 504.897.0143.
Ed Branley from Krauss Department Store on History of Jewish Retailers on Canal Street
Arnie Fielkow from the Jewish Federation of Greater New Orleans
Cassie Pruyn on Bayou St. John Through the Centuries
Alan Gauthreaux and Dr. Daryl Hippensteel from Delgado Community College on Bloodstained Louisiana: Twelve Murder Cases, 1896-1934
Chris Fetweis from Tulane University on American Foreign Policy
Marlene Trestman on Bessie Margolin
Pamela Arceneaux from Historic New Orleans Collection on Guidebooks to Sin: The Blue Books of Storyville, New Orleans
Rebecca Snedeker from Tulane University on The New Orleans Center for the Gulf South
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