The opening of the long-awaited new permanent exhibit at the Hungarian Jewish Museum. The Museum is located in a wing of the Dohany St. Synagogue that was built in the 1930s.
From the organizers: The concentration camp KL Płaszów was created in 1942. It was supposed to be a labor camp for Poles and Jews , but after the liquidation of the ghetto in Kraków the Jews became a majority … Continue reading
A presentation on Lviv Interactive, the project of the Center for Urban History of East Central Europe, at the Center for Jewish Art at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Speaker: Taras Nazaruk, project leader Moderator: Dr. Sergey Kravtsov, The Center … Continue reading
A dialogue workshop at the zespol szkol Jana Pawla II, based on Hassidic stories and singing, a conversation with representatives of the JHI – Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw, a session about Polish-Jewish relationship in pre-war Przysucha, a guided tour … Continue reading
A two-day conference focusing on the 16th-19th centuries, with several presentations that will interest JHE readers. See program here — http://www.dhi.waw.pl/fileadmin/benutzerdaten/dhi-waw-pl/pdf/Veranstaltungen/Tagungen/warsztaty_POLIN_ulotka_END.pdf
A one-day conference at the Lithuanian Parliament. Part of the conference will focus on Jewish heritage preservation and research. See program here — http://www.lzb.lt/en/conference-dedicated-to-the-national-memorial-day-of-the-genocide-of-the-lithuanian-jews-and-european-days-of-jewish-culture/
Italy marks the European Day of Jewish Culture on Sept. 10 — with events planned in more than 80 locations all over the country. Focus of events this year is Sicily, where there are dozens of former Jewish quarters, … Continue reading
The EDJC is being observed in Italy on Sept. 10 — the main date elsewhere is Sept. 3. There are events planned in more than 70 locations all around the country. Click the link http://ucei.it/giornatadellacultura/ to see the program in … Continue reading