Heschel in Ottawa, 1967, Exploring “Man Is Not Alone”

Edward K. Kaplan Research Collection on Abraham Joshua Heschel, The Library of the Jewish Theological Seminary, New York, New York, ARC.2021.07.000, (Box 13:24). Digitization and cataloging funded by a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC).

Annotation

Side A. Opening remarks (01:40min.) — Introducing Abraham Joshua Heschel (04:32 min.) — Lecture / Abraham Joshua Heschel (32:29) — Side B. Lecture [continued] / Abraham Joshua Heschel (21:33 min.) — Questions (01:33 min.) — Thanking Professor Heschel / Hugo Leventhal (03:24 min.) — Closing remarks (03:22 min.)

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