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Training session for guides 17:00
Training session for guides @ Synagogue Zamosc
Apr 4 @ 17:00 – 19:00
Training session for guides @ Synagogue Zamosc | Zamość | lubelskie | Poland
The ark in the restored Renaissance synagogue in Zamosc, Poland. A training day for those working as guides. The program will introduce the important work of the Foundation for the Preservation of Jewish Heritage in Poland and provide valuable information ... continue reading →
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Synagogues of Habsburg Hungary: Typology, Genealogy and Architectural Significance 16:15
Synagogues of Habsburg Hungary: Typology, Genealogy and Architectural Significance @ Harvard
Apr 9 @ 16:15 – 18:00
Synagogues of Habsburg Hungary: Typology, Genealogy and Architectural Significance @ Harvard | Cambridge | Massachusetts | United States
Rudi Klein in action, photographing the synagogue in Samorin, Slovakia.Photo © Ruth Ellen Gruber Rudolf Klein will present an overview of his newly published book Synagogues in Hungary 1782-1918. It is the first study on synagogues of Habsburg Hungary and ... continue reading →
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Advanced Curatorial Education Programme 10:00
Advanced Curatorial Education Programme @ Frankfurt Jewish Museum
Apr 15 @ 10:00 – Apr 19 @ 16:00
The next edition of the Advanced Curatorial Education Programme will take place in Frankfurt (DE) in April 2018. The programme will have a special focus on Judaica collections that were created in the second half of the 19th century and up ... continue reading →
Launch of book on Romanian synagogues 11:00
Launch of book on Romanian synagogues @ Choral Synagogue, Bucharest
Apr 15 @ 11:00 – 12:00
Launch of book on Romanian synagogues @ Choral Synagogue, Bucharest | București | Municipiul București | Romania
  Launch of a photographic book on Temples and Synagogues in Romania. The book is linked to an exhibition that has been traveling in Romania since November 2017.
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Jewish Museums in Europe: Cabinets of Curiosities or Theatres of History 12:00
Jewish Museums in Europe: Cabinets of Curiosities or Theatres of History @ Stanford University
Apr 17 @ 12:00 – 14:00
Lecture by Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett What comes first? The collection or the story? What is the story the collection tells, and can the story the museum wants to tell be told through the collection? Given the politics of history and historical ... continue reading →
Synagogues in Hungary—Genealogy, Typology and Architectural Significance 18:30
Synagogues in Hungary—Genealogy, Typology and Architectural Significance @ Leo Baeck Institute/Center for Jewish History
Apr 17 @ 18:30 – 20:00
Synagogues in Hungary—Genealogy, Typology and Architectural Significance @ Leo Baeck Institute/Center for Jewish History | New York | New York | United States
Rudi Klein in action, photographing the synagogue in Samorin, Slovakia.Photo © Ruth Ellen Gruber Rudolf Klein, professor of modern architectural history at Szent István University, Budapest, will give a talk on his new book, Synagogues in Hungary, 1867–1918 (Central European University ... continue reading →
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Synagogues in Romania 13:00
Synagogues in Romania @ Municipal Museum, Râmnicu Sărat
Apr 24 @ 13:00 – May 8 @ 18:00
Synagogues in Romania @ Municipal Museum, Râmnicu Sărat | Râmnicu Sărat | Județul Buzău | Romania
Photographic exhibition on Synagogues in Romania, tied to the recent publication of a photographic book on the topic. The opening is a 13:00 on April 24.  
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2000 Years of Jewish History through Synagogue Architecture 12:30
2000 Years of Jewish History through Synagogue Architecture @ Philadelphia Gershman Y
Apr 25 @ 12:30 – 14:00
Barbara Cohen, ASID, President of the Schuylkill River Heritage Center, will trace the history of the Jewish people through the architecture of synagogues and discuss the many stylistic adaptations synagogues adopted in relation to the place, time, and world events ... continue reading →
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