A workshop on Medieval Jewish history and traditions, focusing this year on the separation of women in the synagogue and the reasons for setting up separate sections for women.
It is organized by the Medieval Working Group in the Network of Jewish Heritage and the City of Erfurt, in cooperation with the College of Jewish Studies, Heidelberg.
Seating is limited, and registration is requested by January 20.
On Feb. 21 there will be visits to:
The Old Synagogue in Worms and the Judenhof in Speyer
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