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European Days of Jewish Culture
European Days of Jewish Culture @ All over Europe
Sep 2 all-day
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September 2 is the date anchoring this year’s European Days of Jewish Culture, a continent-wide event that opens Jewish heritage sites to visitors and programs a plethora of Jewish cultural events. This year’s theme is “Storytelling.” In some countries, there ... continue reading →
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Polish Historical Politics and the Future of POLIN (Museum of the history of Polish Jews) 16:15
Polish Historical Politics and the Future of POLIN (Museum of the history of Polish Jews) @ Harvard University, Adolphus Busch Hall
Sep 5 @ 16:15 – 18:00
Lecture by Dariusz Stola, director of the POLIN Museum of the HIstory of Polish Jews, in Warsaw. POLIN has been considered one of the best examples of progress in Polish-Jewish dialogue and relations after 1989. Its core exhibition, which opened ... continue reading →
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The Remembered and Forgotten Jewish World 18:00
The Remembered and Forgotten Jewish World @ Warsaw
Sep 13 @ 18:00 – 19:00
The Remembered and Forgotten Jewish World @ Warsaw | Warszawa | mazowieckie | Poland
Book launch —  “The Remembered and Forgotten Jewish world: Jewish Heritage in Europe and the United States” with author Professor Daniel Walkowitz in conversation with Dr. Alexandra Richie.
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Heritage Open Day 10:00
Heritage Open Day @ Willesden Jewish Cemetery
Sep 16 @ 10:00 – 16:00
Heritage Open Day @ Willesden Jewish Cemetery | England | United Kingdom
Guided visits & lecture 14:00
Guided visits & lecture @ Synagogue of Brumath
Sep 16 @ 14:00 – 18:00
The synagogue will be open for visits, with a lecture on its history and architecture at 3 p.m. Built in the first half of the 19th century, the synagogue of Brumath is located in a tree-lined courtyard. This sanctuary is ... continue reading →
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