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Spring 2023 APASA Cafe Events

UPCOMING EVENTS (all events are Fridays at 12:00 PM (noon) ET)


January 27, 2023:

  • Topic: JAPAS Volume 10 Panel Discussion on “Cultural Moorings and Policy Considerations”

  • Panelists: Ronald Jantz and Krista Evans

  • Registration: click here to register. You will receive an email with options to call in via telephone or use the web. If you do not have web access to register, contact Andrea Waksmunski (axw360@case.edu) for a call-in number.

March 3, 2023:

  • Topic: "Virtually Amish: Preserving Community at the Internet's Margins"

  • Speaker: Lindsay Ems

  • Registration: click here to register. You will receive an email with options to call in via telephone or use the web. If you do not have web access to register, contact Andrea Waksmunski (axw360@case.edu) for a call-in number.

March 31, 2023:

  • Topic: "Logic and Tradition: Amish Theology in Recent Literature"

  • Speaker: Christopher Petrovich

  • Registration: click here to register. You will receive an email with options to call in via telephone or use the web. If you do not have web access to register, contact Andrea Waksmunski (axw360@case.edu) for a call-in number.

May 5, 2023:

  • Topic: "Pennsylvania Dutch: A Living Language"

  • Speaker: Rose Fisher

  • Registration: click here to register. You will receive an email with options to call in via telephone or use the web. If you do not have web access to register, contact Andrea Waksmunski (axw360@case.edu) for a call-in number.

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