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CowJews and Indians: How Hitler Scared My Relatives - and I Woke Up in an Iroquois Longhouse with a Picture of Jesus, Reminding Me - for the Wrong Reason - That I Owe the Mohawks Rent

Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Cornell Cinema

Ithaca Premiere of "CowJews and Indians: How Hitler Scared My Relatives - and I Woke Up in an Iroquois Longhouse with a Picture of Jesus, Reminding Me - for the Wrong Reason - That I Owe the Mohawks Rent."

A discussion with Writer and Director, Marc Halberstadt, will follow.

Marc wants to get back the home that the Nazis long ago seized from his German-Jewish parents and collect rent from the Germans now living there. But his family fled to America—seized from Native Americans, to whom he now—in turn— owes rent. Why not let the Native Americans collect rent directly from the Germans? Cut out the middleman!

https://www.cowjewsandindians.com/

Sponsored by the Jewish Studies Program, American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program, Cornell Institute for European Studies, Department of German Studies, American Studies Program, and Institute for German Cultural Studies.

 

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Event Type

Film, Panel Discussion

Departments

German Studies, American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program, Institute for German Cultural Studies, Jewish Studies Program, American Studies Program, Cornell Institute for European Studies, Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, Cornell Cinema

Website

https://cinema.cornell.edu/cowjews-an...

Group
Cornell Cinema
Contact E-Mail

akc52@cornell.edu

Contact Name

Ayla Cline

Speaker

Marc Halberstadt

Speaker Affiliation

Independent Filmmaker

Dept. Web Site

https://jewishstudies.cornell.edu/

Disability Access Information

If you need accommodations to participate in this event, please contact Ayla Cline at 607-255-6275 as soon as possible.

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Free and open to the public

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