Have Your Say is a feature on Jewish Heritage Europe where we publish op-ed pieces, personal essays, project reports, and other articles on Jewish heritage issues by our readers, experts, and other interested people.
They include opinion pieces and discussions as well as first-hand descriptions of projects and on-site experiences.
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- The Great Maharsha Synagogue in Ostroh: Memory and Oblivion. Have we reached the point of no return?
- Saving Jewish Cemeteries: We Owe It to the Murdered
- The oldest Sefer Torah as a stimulus for the future
- Jewish spaces, German obligation, World Heritage?
- Why I Am Writing a Field Guide to Jewish Cemeteries – for Poles
- “We Can’t Live on Air” — Why the Litvak Cemetery Catalogue put its database behind a paywall
- A New Day for the Golden Rose in L’viv
- Houses of Life: A Letter from the Hohenems Diaspora
- Working towards Reconciliation: A Christian’s involvement in Jewish cemetery restoration
- The Sermon That Changed (not just) My Life
- Epitaphs: Poignant Connections to a World Now Gone
- Migratory Patterns and the Birds of Probizhna
- Touring the Invisible: The Public Recovery of England’s Medieval Jewish History
- How recognizing the “Jewish country house” expands our understanding of Jewish heritage
- Six ghettos, five museums, and four concentration camps in three weeks; or how I spent my summer vacation
- Maximizing Jewish cemetery protection in Europe
- The Old Jewish Cemetery at Lesko; a poem (& photos)
- At London’s Sandys Row Synagogue: Delving into Layers of History
- New Life, New Exhibit, at Lublin Yeshiva
- “Makom” in a revived synagogue in Crete: the Role of Nikos Stavroulakis z”l
- … a note from the JHE Coordinator
- Jewish Travel Builds Bridges to World Jewry