The Sussex Weidenfeld Institute of Jewish Studies

Tackling contemporary issues through the lens of Jewish experience

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Call for applications: Max and Hilde Kochmann Summer School for PhD students

18 November 2020

The Summer School in June 2021 brings together young researchers who are working on topics in Jewish history and culture. Deadline: 15 January 2021


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26 August 2020

'THIS IS THE STORY OF MY LIFE'  An interview with Julius Carlebach  Bea Lewkowicz with an Introduction by Efraim Carlebach The book is...


 

Newsletter December 2020

Online Book Launch : The Complexities of Life and Memory

Enabling the Continuation of Holocaust Testimony

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Enabling the Continuation of Holocaust Testimony