The Southern Jewish Historical Society, in partnership with the Breman Museum and The Temple in Atlanta, supports an annual lecture series honoring Atlanta Jewish community pillar Janice Rothschild Blumberg. The three organizations jointly oversee the annual event recognizing the contributions of Janice to both Atlanta and southern Jewish history.
The inaugural lecture featured Alfred Uhry, winner of the Pulitzer Prize, Oscar and Tony, for "Driving Miss Daisy". A recording of the lecture will soon be available.
The author of numerous books and articles, Janice received the SJHS Samuel Proctor Award for Outstanding Career Scholarship in Southern Jewish History. She is a former SJHS president and remains active in the Society. Her memoir What’s Next? Southern Dreams, Jewish Deeds and the Challenge of Looking Back While Moving Forward will be published in Spring 2021.
A brief profile about Janice can be accessed here: Profile
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