Sunday, November 6, 7 pm
Coffee and Conversation with Dr. Ralph Nurnberger
An Evening of Political Intrigue for Everyone
Dr. Ralph Nurnberger is a widely acclaimed speaker who brings humor, relevant political insights and historical background to his presentations.
In addition to speaking nationally and internationally, Dr. Nurnberger has appeared on radio and television programs as an analyst on political and international issues. Dr. Nurnberger has addressed a wide range of audiences on a variety of topics, including general American foreign policy matters, American policies in the Middle East, the history of the Middle Eastern conflict, and current American political issues, including electoral analyses, political campaigns, and matters under Congressional or Presidential consideration.
Dr. Nurnberger is a professor of international relations at Georgetown University, where he has taught since 1975. He was named Professor of the Year by the Graduate School of Liberal Studies in 2003 and received another award in 2005 for over 20 years of excellence in teaching. He is currently teaching at Georgetown University, where he has taught since 1975. He was named Professor of the Year by the Graduate School of Liberal Studies in 2003 and received another award in 2005 for over 20 years of excellence in teaching. He is currently teaching graduate seminars at Georgetown on the Arab-Israeli conflict.
How have politicians and campaigning changed in recent years? You’ll find his comments intriguing and thought-provoking as he looks at the various scenarios that may play out in Congress and the Supreme Court as a result of the 2016 election, and how they will affect issues of interest to the Jewish community.
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Open to all congregants, friends and neighbors.
Offered at the home of Leonard & Susan Silberman, Santa Ana
Full address provided on RSVP. Carpooling suggested
Sponsored by TBS Congregational Learning and Chai Times Seniors