There’s still time to submit a proposal for a paper at a conference marking the 150th anniversary of the 1868-69 Jewish Congress in Hungary, which led to the “schism” in Hungarian Jewry ...
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Final call for papers: “Unhealed Breach” or a Good Divorce? –The Hungarian Jewish Congress (1868-69) and the “Schism” in Historical Perspective
There’s still time to submit a proposal for a paper at a conference marking the 150th anniversary of the 1868-69 Jewish Congress in Hungary, which led to the “schism” in
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Hungary: Jewish cemetery renovation in Balatonfüred to help form multi-faith memorial landscape area
The renovation of the old Jewish cemetery in the Lake Balaton resort town of Balatonfüred will add the Jewish component to a memorial park area that will encompass old cemeteries
Shana tova! Post-WW2 Düsseldorf New Synagogue, inaugurated at Rosh Hashana 1958, to get major renovation
The post-WW2 New Synagogue in Düsseldorf, Germany — inaugurated 60 years ago at Rosh Hashanah 1958 — is about to undergo a multi-million euro renovation. According to the Jüdische Allgemeine
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The Prague-based educator, curator, and filmmaker Martin Šmok reviews the privately established Jewish museum that opened in 2016 in Lecce, at the very tip of the heel of Italy’s boot, where Jews flourished in the middle ages but were expelled half a millennium ago. He found his visit a “refreshing and energizing experience” in a museum “filled with question marks.”