Jewish Heritage Europe

JHE Year in Review: Check out our most popular posts of 2021 — an amazing variety of topics and geographical locations

As we close out a second year marked by the pandemic and more forward into 2022, we look back at the most popular news, views, and insights we have posted on Jewish Heritage Europe over the past 12 months. The … continue reading →

Call for Submissions: FestivALT arts and activism festival, Krakow, June 24-July 3, 2022

FestivALT, the Jewish arts and activism program that has taken place in Krakow since 2017, has issued an open call for artists to submit projects. You still have a few weeks to apply — the deadline is January 16. The … continue reading →

Poland: New book on the (almost all destroyed) synagogues of Upper Silesia

A richly illustrated new book puts the destroyed synagogues of Upper Silesia, in southwest Poland,  back on the map. Called Synagogi na Górnym Śląsku (Synagogues in Upper Silesia),  the book was published by the Gliwice Museum and its branch the Upper … continue reading →