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An Indian Etrog case: Jewish Migration around the world

By Josie Roberts, Learning Officer  To accompany the Sukkot: Seeking Shelter exhibition we have an array of exciting events alongside the wonderful sukkah installed in our Welcome Gallery. To highlight further some of the important issues surrounding migration, we are going to shed light on a number of hidden stories of migration in our permanent […]

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The Great Migration and the Jewish East End

By Josie Roberts, Learning Officer  To accompany the Sukkot: Seeking Shelter exhibition we have an array of exciting events alongside the wonderful sukkah installed in our Welcome Gallery. To highlight further some of the important issues surrounding migration, we are going to shed light on a number of hidden stories of migration in our permanent […]

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The da Costa Family: Jewish Contribution after Resettlement

by Josie Roberts, Learning Officer This week the museum opened the Sukkot: Seeking Shelter installation. To accompany it we have an array of exciting events highlighting some important issues surrounding migration and shelter, and we are going to shed light on a number of hidden stories of migration in our permanent collection. Every week, we […]

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Reflection and Reconciliation

by Joana Owona, ARSP Volunteer A couple of months ago I was still sitting at home, in Germany, eagerly waiting for an email that would hopefully tell me I was accepted to do a yearlong voluntary service here in the Jewish Museum in London.  When that eventually really did happen, I was so excited. I […]

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Introducing Nam Tran

by Mathilde Lester, UCL Museum Studies MA Student and Project Manager for the Jewish Museum London’s Claytime Late In the very heart of Camden, not far from the Jewish Museum London, is Rochester Square. It is an abandoned nursery; inside, crumbled, neglected green houses sprawl to the left, and beside those, a long, airy studio, […]

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Acting Along to Clay

by Alice Tofts, UCL Museum Studies MA Student and Event Programmer for the Jewish Museum London’s ClayTime Late [Editor’s note] Five students from UCL’s Museum Studies MA course are working with the museum to plan a museum late event – ClayTime – on Thursday 2 February. Over the next few months they’ll be updating our […]

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Klezmer at Claytime

by Alice Tofts, UCL Museum Studies MA Student and Event Programmer for the Jewish Museum London’s ClayTime Late [Editor’s note] Five students from UCL’s Museum Studies MA course are working with the museum to plan a museum late event – ClayTime – on Thursday 2 February. Over the next few months they’ll be updating our blog […]

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