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Einstein's Legacy: Science, Humanism, and Judaism

At 7 p.m., Jan 07, 2013 | $12-$15.
 
Diana Kormos-Buchwald, general editor & director of the Einstein Papers Project, leads this talk presented by the San Diego Center for Jewish Culture.

Where: Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center
Phone: 858-457-3030
Address: 4126 Executive Drive
Website: http://www.lfjcc.org/

 

Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center

4126 Executive Drive
San Diego, California
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