Lee Shai Weissbach

Lee Shai Weissbach is Professor of History at the University of Louisville, where he has also served as chair of his department and as associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. He received his undergraduate training at the University of Cincinnati and earned his doctorate at Harvard University in 1975. His works in the field of Jewish history include The Synagogues of Kentucky: Architecture and History (1995) and Jewish Life in Small-Town America: A History (2005).

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Sara Landau

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