We hope that you have had a restful time after the Urban Jewish Heritage Conference. We wanted to say a big thank you for attending, and for your valuable contribution to the important discussions that were taking place throughout the event. Here are some quick links to help next steps for the Conference, including details … Continue reading Thank you for coming!
On the afternoon of Wednesday 5 September, we are offering a choice of three walking tours of Kazimierz, the historical Jewish district of Krakow. Places are limited, so pease choose one of the following options by completing the short online form via the link below. Study Visit Options: 1.History and religious life of Jews in … Continue reading Sign up for your afternoon Study Visit
For our latest Postcards from Poland blog post, we’ve been gathering recommendations for great places to eat and drink in Kraków. The city has a real foodie culture, and there are so many places to choose from, so these are just a few favourites that you might want to try during your visit. If you … Continue reading Top places to eat Kraków
The Foundation for Jewish Heritage has been asked to provide its expertise for a PACE report on Jewish cultural heritage preservation. With 2018 designated the European Year of Cultural Heritage, PACE, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, is undertaking research into the current state of Europe’s historic Jewish sites, with a view to … Continue reading Jewish Heritage Charity Called to Collaborate with the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe
We are delighted to announce that, in partnership with Rutgers University Press, we will be hosting a book launch reception for our Keynote Speaker, Professor Daniel J. Walkowitz, on the afternoon of Tuesday 4th September. Professor Walkowitz is Emeritus Professor of Social and Cultural Analysis and Professor of History at New York University who, in … Continue reading Conference News: Book Launch Announcement