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Sunday, February 14 • 3:30pm - 4:45pm
Mealtime Memories: Recording the Stories that Shaped Us

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Oral tradition and storytelling are central to Jewish tradition, ritual, and history. In particular, we often gather around the table to share stories, and pass down evocative food memories in our families. In this interactive workshop, we will discuss the importance and challenges of oral histories, learn to conduct effective interviews, and record StoryCorps-style interviews about meals or foods that shaped our lives.
Participants should bring a phone with audio recording capabilities.


Julie Botnick

Julie Botnick is a program associate at Hazon working on building the Jewish Outdoor, Food, and Environmental Education field. She earned her BA in History, cum laude, from Yale, with a thesis on the historical memory of a Zionist agricultural colony in Utah. During college, she worked... Read More →

Sunday February 14, 2016 3:30pm - 4:45pm EST
High Ridge

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