Noam Sienna at Temple Emanu-El – Thursday, Feb 13 @ 6 pm - Archived

What is the place of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer Jews in history?

Noam Sienna will answer this question by sharing his insights on “Spinning a Rainbow Thread: Reflections on Writing Queer Jewish History.”

Jewish educator, artist and doctoral candidate Noam Sienna has worked to uncover documents from across the globe. Pulling together varied sources of poetry, literature, midrash and memoir, Sienna created the first anthology of queer Jewish history spinning a complex story about Jewish sexuality and gender across time and space.

Thursday, February 13
At Temple Emanu-El
2550 Pali Highway (at Jack Lane)
6:00 PM Vegetarian Nosh
7:00 PM Presentation

For more information go to or call Stephanie at 595-7521. This event is free and open to the public but donations to help cover the cost of the food will be gratefully accepted. And you can download a flier here: Noam Sienna Event Flier.

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