The Copley Round Table
The Copley Round Table is a Boston Book Club series dedicated to exploring the grandeur and depth of the Jewish experience through literature, biographies, philosophical treatises, poetry, and expository writing.
At each Copley meeting, a selected work, ideally read beforehand by attendees, is discussed critically in relation to a particular theme: Jewish nationalism in Moses Hess's Rome and Jerusalem, Faith in As a Driven Leaf by Milton Steinberg, and Jewish identity in the context of Martin Gilbert's The Holocaust.
Diverse voices, divergent backgrounds, and distinctive perspectives are unified and shared over coffee and tea.
A project of Chabad Boston.