Each week, we learn and debate together about a subject from the broad span of Modern Jewish History. Continues across the year with changing themes. Occasional places sometimes become available. Please contact us if you would like to join the waiting list.
Join our newly-formed evening study group, an addition to our popular daytime programme. Each week, we learn and debate together about a subject from the broad span of Modern Jewish History. Continues across the year with changing themes. No previous knowledge is necessary.
Seth Anziska: Israel and the Palestinian Question in the 21st Century What is the impact of Palestinian statelessness on Israeli society, and to what extent is this transforming Jewish politics on a global scale?
Lectures exploring the memorialisation of difficult pasts, from apartheid South Africa to the genocide in Rwanda and the Holocaust.
This course will present a broad, engaging overview, zooming in on significant, unusual, and extraordinary episodes along the way, all taught though original primary documents.
Allied-occupied Germany became the temporary home for over a quarter of a million surviving Jews after the Holocaust. What are the implications of that event for Jewish life today?
Lecture presented to students in Years 11 and 12 who are tracing Nazi policy from the Nuremberg Laws to Kristallnacht and the Wannsee Conference.