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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.
We are pleased to share this Call for Articles from the Revue d’histoire de la Shoah, on Jewish Cemeteries and the Holocaust. Submissions can be work by historians or focus
Italy: In Venice and Naples it’s “Back to the Future” as COVID-19 measures mandate Yom Kippur services in historic spaces not used for services in more than a century
(JHE) — Jewish communities in Naples and Venice will be seeing a “return to the future,” with Yom Kippur services celebrated in historic spaces for the first time in more
(JHE) — Jewish cemeteries have long fascinated photographers. The combination of gravestones (often weathered and sometimes tilted), Hebrew inscriptions, carved decoration — and the nature in which the stones are
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Dr. Tomasz Cebulski is a Jewish heritage tour guide in Poland and a scholar, whose PhD was on post-Holocaust Auschwitz as a center of both commemoration and tourism. The COVID-19 pandemic, which has halted much travel and curtailed international tourism, has had a devastating impact on guides and other tourism professionals. It has driven Cebulski to sharply turn his activities from guiding into genealogy, on-line guiding, and film production. In this personal essay, he reflects – month by month – on the impact of the pandemic on his work and on that of the tourism industry in general.