Taking in Strangers: Comparing Asian and Jewish Moral Traditions
 

Taking in Strangers: Comparing Asian and Jewish Moral Traditions

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The University of Kentucky Confucius Institute and the University of Kentucky Libraries have teamed up with UK's Jewish Studies Program and Department of History to present a symposium on this movement. "Taking in Strangers: Comparing Asian and Jewish Moral Traditions" looks at the sheltering of thousands of European Jewish refugees in Shanghai during the period of the Holocaust and provides an opportunity to consider traditions of obligation toward "strangers" in East Asia and compare them with Jewish thought and practice.

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