Interfaith Sex in the City: Tackling Myths and Hearing Men’s Voices
From Abie’s Irish Rose in 1922 to Orange is the New Black in 2013 interfaith romances between Jewish men and Christian women have been ubiquitous on the stage and screen. Which depictions imitate life and which portrayals reinforce stereotypes? On March 1 at 11:00 a.m., join author-educator Keren R. McGinity for a program of entertainment, history, and culture, as she weaves together Curb Your Enthusiasm with real men’s intermarriage experiences to reveal how love across religious lines dismantles myths about “shiksappeal” as Jewish men negotiate what it means to be a husband and father in America. Includes Q & A and book signing
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Newton, MA 02459
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