Plans of the Jewish Chautauqua Society for the summer of 1926 in the Summer Schools of the Universities throughout the country, were announced by the society.
At the University of Arkansas. Rabbi Jacob Singer of Chicago will lecture on “The Jew in American History,” “The Talmud. It’s Place in Jewish Life and Literature,” “Music and the Bible,” and “Medieval and Modern Hebrew Poetry.”
Rabbi Moise Bergman of Pueblo, Colo. will speak at the University of Colorado on “Job–An Interpretation,” “A Plea for Better Understanding,” “Ethics of Judaism,” “Ecclesiastes,” and “Religion and Education.” At the University of Illinois. Rabbi Joseph L. Fink of Buffalo. N. Y., will speak on “The Pharisees and Their Times,” “The Pharisees and Their Teachings” and “Between the Old and New Testaments.”
The subject of Rabbi Emil Leipsizger’s lecture at the Illinois State Normal University will be “Prophetic Ideas Which Have Influenced Civilization.” Rabbi Leipziger will also speak at the University of lowa on “The Essence of Hebrew Prophecy,” and “Prophetic Ideas Which Have Influenced Civilization.” He will also deliver this lecture at Louisiana State University as well as a lecture on “The Essence of Hebrew Prophecy.”
At the Farmington State Normal School Rabbi Samuel Friedman of Philadelphia will lecture on “Maimonides. A Jewish Philosopher of Medieval Times” and “Who are the Fundamentalists and Modernists Among Jews.”
Rabbi Felix Levy of Chicago will speak before the Minnesota State Teachers’ College on “The Poetry og the Jew.”
The Jewish Chautauqua Society has been sending out instructors and lecturers to present courses on Jewish history for sixteen consecutive years.