BIAJS Annual Conference 2022: Two Round-Tables (Online)

BIAJS members are warmly invited to two round-tables that form part of this year’s BIAJS conference programme and are offered online (free and open to all):

Time in the Plural: Why Time Studies Matter in Jewish Studies

Tuesday, 5 July, 5.30pm (UTC+1:00).

We are delighted to be able to offer this pre-conference round-table with Sarit Kattan Gribetz (Fordham University), Lynn Kaye (Brandeis University), and Max Strassfeld (The University of Arizona).  

For more details and to register, please follow this link:

Jewish Tangible Heritage in Ukraine: Buildings, Monuments, Museums and Libraries

Tuesday, 12 July, 3.15pm (UTC+1:00), King’s College London and online

For this special conference panel, Sofia Dyak (Center for Urban History, Lviv), Eugeny Kotlyar (Kharkiv State Academy of Design and Arts), Maksym Martyn (Lviv Museum of the History of Religion), Vitaly Chernoivanenko (Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine) and Nadia Ufimtseva (National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy) will join remotely for presentations and a discussion, led by Eva Frojmovic (University of Leeds) and Mia Spiro (University of Glasgow). This event has been co-organised by BIAJS and the Jewish Historical Society of England, whose generous support we gratefully acknowledge.

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