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Athens, Georgia
February 4, 2002
Tapes/transcripts
28 pages

Edmund Feldman was a Professor of Art in the University of Georgia until he retired in 1991. He enjoyed a distinguished career as an art critic and historian lecturing all over the world having written a very successful book on art. He served in the Army Air Corp during World War II, returned home, and got his education on the GI bill. He was a museum curator for a while in Newark, New Jersey, then taught at Livingston State College in Livingston, Alabama and then came to Athens. Edmund discusses his art carrer, his marriage with Lailah, their family, his time in Alabama (including segregation and antisemitism), Israeli politics and history, and the role of Judaism in the modern world.

OHC-Edmund Feldman

Edmund Feldman - Oral History

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University of Georgia
Universities and Colleges

Feldman, Edmund


Professors


Artists


Alabama


Livingston State College - Livingston, Alabama
Universities and colleges

Universities and Colleges


Segregation


Racism


Discrimination


Antisemitism


Meridian (Miss.)
Mississippi

Mississippi


Feldman, Lailah


Newark (N.J.)
New Jersey

New Jersey


Sunday Schools, Jewish
Religious Schools, Jewish

Jewish schools


Jews, Russian


Hebrew Union College (Cincinnati, Ohio)
Religious Schools, Jewish; Universities and Colleges

Jewish soldiers


World War, 1939-1945


United States. Army Air Forces
Armed Forces--United States

Israel


Congregation Children of Israel (Athens, Ga.)
Synagogues

Synagogues


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