An exhibition on Jewish heritage in and around Gorizia, in northeastern Italy, has opened in the former Ceremonial Hall of the Jewish cemetery in Rožna Dolina, just over the border outside Nova Gorica, ...
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Slovenia-Italy Update: Exhibition on local Jewish history opens in the former Ceremonial Hall of the historic Jewish cemetery of Gorizia, Italy — now located across the border in Slovenia
An exhibition on Jewish heritage in and around Gorizia, in northeastern Italy, has opened in the former Ceremonial Hall of the Jewish cemetery in Rožna Dolina, just over the border
We are pleased to share this Call for Applications from The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC-JOINT) Archives for its 2024 fellowship program. Deadline for submission is January 30, 2024.
It’s Thanksgiving today in the USA — we thought we would reprise our post from November 26, 2015 celebrating “Turkey Day”… ✡︎ ✡︎ ✡︎ Happy Thanksgiving to all our American
In September 2022, JHE Contributor Michele Migliori began field work in Argentina to document synagogues and other Jewish heritage sites for his PhD research at Israel’s Bar-Ilan University. His focus is on how synagogues in the Argentine countryside resemble European ones as the product of European Jewish immigration. What’s European in these Argentine synagogues? And what elements in their art and architecture are, instead, local? These are among the questions he is asking. In addition, what is their condition and state of preservation – or lack of preservation? In this personal essay, Michele provides a look at his research.