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Menorah: worship, history and myth
Menorah: worship, history and myth @ Vatican museum/Rome Jewish Museum
May 15 – Jul 23 all-day
Menorah: worship, history and myth @ Vatican museum/Rome Jewish Museum | Vatican City
Decoration showing menorahs in the villa Torlonia catacombs in Rome. Photo: Foundation for Jewish Cultural Heritage in Italy The exhibition “Menorah: worship, history and myth”  will be on simultaneous display in the Braccio di Carlo Magno of the Vatican Museums, ... continue reading →
Krakow Jewish Culture Festival
Krakow Jewish Culture Festival @ Kazimierz Krakow
Jun 24 – Jul 2 all-day
Krakow Jewish Culture Festival @ Kazimierz Krakow | Kraków | małopolskie | Poland
Crowd at the final concert a the Krakow Jewish Culture Festival The 27th Krakow Jewish Culture Festival, probably the biggest and best-known Jewish culture festival in Europe. Click here for full details and to purchase tickets    
Dark Tourism, Holocaust, WW2
Dark Tourism, Holocaust, WW2 @ Glasgow Caledonian University
Jun 28 – Jul 1 all-day
Dark Tourism, Holocaust, WW2 @ Glasgow Caledonian University | Glasgow | Scotland | United Kingdom
More than 1.7 million people visited Auschwitz in 2015 Dark Tourism Sites related to the Holocaust, the Nazi Past and World War II: Visitation and Practice The aim of this interdisciplinary conference, which is especially aimed at tourism researchers, historians ... continue reading →
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Official opening White Synagogue 12:00
Official opening White Synagogue @ White Synagogue
Jul 8 @ 12:00 – 13:30
The White Synagogue in Joniškis will be officially reopened as a cultural space, after reconstruction and restoration. It forms a unique complex with the Red Synagogue, which opened after renovation several years ago. The synagogues are managed by the Joniskis ... continue reading →
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Jewish Cemeteries in London’s East End 10:30
Jewish Cemeteries in London’s East End @ Prayer Hall, Willesden Jewish Cemetery
Jul 9 @ 10:30 – 12:00
Book Launch: East End Jewish Cemeteries: Brady Street and Alderney Road with author Louis Berk Four centuries of Jewish burial that track the movement of Jews from London’s East End to the north-western suburbs come under the spotlight at the ... continue reading →
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British Association for Jewish Studies annual meeting
British Association for Jewish Studies annual meeting @ School of Divinity, University of Edinburgh
Jul 10 – Jul 11 all-day
  ‘Jews on the Move: Exploring the movement of Jews, objects, texts, and ideas in space and time’ This conference is hosted by the British Association for Jewish Studies (BAJS), in cooperation with the School of Divinity at the University ... continue reading →
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IAJGS conference
IAJGS conference @ Walt Disney World
Jul 23 – Jul 28 all-day
The annual conference of the International Association of Jewish Genealogy Societies draws hundreds of participants and features scores of presentations and other events. You can purchase a package to follow some 60 presentations live online.        
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Jewish Heritage Travel: 25 years on 18:30
Jewish Heritage Travel: 25 years on @ Lviv City Hall restaurant
Jul 27 @ 18:30 – 20:30
Jewish Heritage Travel: 25 years on @ Lviv City Hall restaurant | L'viv | Lviv Oblast | Ukraine
JHE Coordinator Ruth Ellen Gruber gives a talk looking back, on the 25th anniversary of the first edition of her book Jewish Heritage Travel, as part of the “Jewish Days in the City Hall” summer lecture series.
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Cemetery Clean-up Warsaw 11:00
Cemetery Clean-up Warsaw @ Okopowa st Jewish cemetery
Jul 30 @ 11:00 – 16:00
Cemetery Clean-up Warsaw @ Okopowa st Jewish cemetery | Warszawa | mazowieckie | Poland
Screengrab of picture posted on Facebook showing tree toppled by storm in Warsaw’s Okopowa St Jewish cemetery   The 51st regular volunteer clear-up operation in Warsaw’s sprawling main Jewish cemetery, which recently suffered serious damage due to windstorms that toppled ... continue reading →
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