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A talk about why Cecil Roth collected things that few others were interested in.
In the past two decades, there has been a new direction in Holocaust commemoration in Poland. The shift started with Jan Tomasz Gross’ book Neighbors (2000) on the pogrom in Jedwabne. Since then, Jewish history became institutionalised at the permanent exhibition at the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews (opened 2014) and Polish…
Join us for the latest in our research seminar series, with speaker Dr Tomasz Łysak of the University of Warsaw.
The latest in the Sadler Seminar Series, ‘The Archive After Cecil Roth: Jewish Studies, cultural history and the Cecil Roth Collection’, with Karen Robson, University archivist from Southampton University.
Date: Thursday 29 November 2018 External URL: Time: 15:00-19:15 Location: TBC Price: Free Categories: Reading, Talk A Celebration of Isaac Rosenberg (1890-1918) with Vahni Capildeo, Elizabeth Cook, Ian Duhig, Jean Liddiard, Deborah Maccoby, Tony Rudolf, Jeffrey Wainwright, John Whale and others. Join us to commemorate the life and artistic achievement of poet and artist Isaac Rosenberg who died on the Western…
Béla Guttmann (1899-1981) survived the Shoah in Hungary, he became a prominent international football coach, continuing his illustrious interwar career internationally. However, his wartime experience was not talked about until David Bolchover documented it in the book “The Greatest Comeback”. Come and hear the author speak about it. Leeds Grammar School, 19:30, tickets via
The 2018 Selig Brodetsky Memorial Lecture with speaker Prof. (emer.) Mitchell G. Ash (University of Vienna).