Ecco il sommario in italiano delle notizie di JHE della ultima settimana. Molte novità importanti provenienti da Polonia, Gran Bretagna, Turchia, Ucraina… SOMMARIO 16-20 GIUGNO Polonia: ...
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Each of these essays reflects personal involvement or analysis by scholars, experts, and hands-on Jewish heritage stakeholders.
We keep them in an archive -- where you can read them for more in-depth insight and first-hand stories.
Mazel tov to longtime Jewish heritage activist Adam Bartosz, who is one of the recipients of the 2019 Irena Sendler Memorial Award. The award, presented annually by the San Francisco-based
UK: Revamp of Manchester Jewish Museum set to begin — during closure, museum will run “pop-up” in Central Library basement
Work on a revamp of the Manchester Jewish Museum and construction of an extension to the premises is set to begin, and the Museum will move temporarily into the basement
Work has begun on the full restoration of the historic but sadly derelict Etz Hayim Synagogue in Izmir, thanks to a grant from the Izmir Development Agency, which will
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Jaroslav Klenovský is a pioneer in the documentation and preservation of Jewish heritage in what today is the Czech Republic. Based in Brno, he has worked since 1980 to protect and preserve immovable Jewish heritage, particularly in Moravia. In addition to hands-on restoration and preservation projects, he has authored numerous books, monographs, articles and other publications.
In this personal essay Klenovský reflects on his nearly four decades of Jewish heritage work and describes his latest book — an encyclopedia of Jewish heritage in Moravia and Czech Silesia — and the current project creating digital dossiers of Jewish cemeteries in the region.