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Friday, June 29 • 4:15pm - 5:25pm

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Aside from the odd reference to Hanukkah, Judaism used to be nearly invisible on TV. But today's TV shows seem to be embracing Jewish cultural references at an unprecedented rate: from random 613s to kabbalah to a JAP Battle Rap and beyond, we'll explore some of the examples of how TV has "gone Jewy," and argue about whether it's good or bad for the Jews, because that's what we do.

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Esther Kustanowitz

Creative Media and Popular Culture Writer
Esther D. Kustanowitz is a writer, editor and consultant usually based in Los Angeles, occasionally in New York or Jerusalem, and always on the internet.  She  is currently a founding editor and contributor at GrokNation.com and a contributing writer at the Los Angeles Jewish Journal.  Esther has also written for Modern Loss, Haaretz, JTA, The Jewish Week, The Forward and eJewishPhilanthropy , among others.  An early adopter of Jewish blogging and social media tools, Esther is endlessly fascinated with the ongoing evolution of the me... Read More →

Friday June 29, 2018 4:15pm - 5:25pm
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