Jews in South Africa


Jews have shaped the history of South Africa in bold and ambitious ways, and the country has in turn deeply challenged their ideas about what it means to be Jewish. In this 6-part course we will dive into the rich history of Jewish life in South Africa, including Jews’ engagement in wider South African society, their attitudes to racism, and their relationship with Israel. 


The Holocaust in Public


What is the value of academic involvement in processes of public education and commemoration? To what extent is such involvement a reality, particularly in the UK? What are the prospects for further growth in collaborative initiatives, and what are the obstacles? And how far does our expanded digital world impact this relationship?

The Future of Holocaust Education


Former Managing Director of the Holocaust Educational Trust, Joe Hayman shares his reflections on the contemporary relevance of the Holocaust and the future of Holocaust education.