Mi Dor Le Dor Italia || Open Registration

Mi Dor Le Dor Italia || Registration is open! Heritage is a verb. It is an intergenerational call to action. It is not simply about preserving the past. Heritage is vitally about the present and future, requiring continuous creation and transformation. Heritage in today’s world has become transdisciplinary; its preoccupation with traditional principles of conservation […]

AUSCHWITZ: PLACE, MEMORY, AND EDUCATION| RESOURCE LIST

#TJHTalks13 organised in partnership with FASPE AUSCHWITZ: PLACE, MEMORY, AND EDUCATION Guest Speakers:Paul Salmons and Paweł Sawicki, moderated by Thorsten Wagner Wednesday, March 10, 2021 Paul Salmons Publications Auschwitz Memorial and Museum 27 Online Lessons About the Camp The Virtual Visit to the Site MEMORIA Monthly Magazine The Annual Report for 2020 The Online Commemoration […]

JEWS, LIQUOR, AND LIFE | RESOURCE LIST

RESOURCES #TJHTalks12 JEWS, LIQUOR, AND LIFE Guest Speakers:Professors Glenn Dynner and Adam Teller, moderated by Ann Toback Tuesday, February 23, 2021 BOOKS History Glenn Dynner, Yankel’s Tavern: Jews, Liquor and Life in the Kingdom of Poland Jakub Goldberg, Żydzi w społeczeństwie, gospodarce i kulturze Rzeczypospolitej szlacheckiej Gershon Hundert, Jews in Poland-Lithuania in the 18th Century: […]

Our New Name and Logo

Welcome Our New Name and New Logo We are pleased to announce that we are changing our name to the Taube Center for Jewish Life & Learning. Jewish communities in Poland are growing; interest in Jewish heritage continues to spread inside and outside Poland. Following months of planning, we at the Taube Center are excited […]

A Pilgrimage Through Ancestral Lands

The Taube Center is thrilled that our Jewish heritage travel program, Taube Jewish Heritage Tours, is included in this month’s edition of the Hadassah Magazine!

REVISITING “ORDINARY MEN”: THE DEBATE OVER HOLOCAUST PERPETRATORS AFTER THREE DECADES

RESOURCES #TJHTalks08 REVISITING “ORDINARY MEN”: THE DEBATE OVER HOLOCAUST PERPETRATORS AFTER THREE DECADES Guest Speakers:  Professor Christopher R. Browning and Professor Dariusz Stola Wednesday, October 14, 2020 TJHTalks is an audience-supported program. If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link we have provided, the Taube Center may receive an affiliate commission. […]

CREATING COMMUNITY: JEWISH RECIPES AND STORIES

TJHTalks x TISH Jewish Food Festival CREATING COMMUNITY: JEWISH RECIPES AND STORIES RESOURCES Guest Speakers:Katja GoldmanRabbi Joy LevittProf. Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett Wednesday, September 30, 2020 Learn more about the TISH Jewish Food Festival here. THE JCC COOKBOOK Judy Bernstein-Bunzl, Katja Goldman, Lisa Rotmil The Community Table: Recipes & Stories from the Jewish Community Center in Manhattan […]

The Future of Judaism: Eight Lessons from our Polish Brothers & Sisters

By: Courtney Cardin, Bradley Caro Cook, Magda Dorosz, Eyal Halamish, Yona Abeddour, Sam Heller, Sandra Jerusalmi, Michal Kabatznik, Meggan Levene, Shimon G. Levy, Nicolas Nemni, and Vital Zinger

In July 2019, a delegation of Schusterman ROI community members embarked upon a Journey through Poland. This is what we want the world to know.

ASHKENAZI CUISINE: IDENTITY, MEMORY, AND CULTURE

#TJHTalks07 ASHKENAZI CUISINE: IDENTITY, MEMORY, AND CULTURE Guest Speakers: Leah Koenig, Michael W. Twitty, and Jeffrey Yoskowitz September 9, 2020 WEBSITES AND SOCIAL MEDIA Afroculinaria.com Jewish Food Experience KosherSoul LeahKoenig.com The Cooking Gene The Gefilteria The NPR report on “Gefilte Fish Line” CHATBOX You have just answered a questionI’ve had for a long time – could […]

POLISH-JEWISH HISTORY AS WOMEN’S HISTORY

RESOURCES #TJHTalks06 POLISH-JEWISH HISTORY AS WOMEN’S HISTORY Guest Speakers:Professors Natalia Aleksiun and Glenn Dynner August 19, 2020 Please note: many of the publications are available at academia.edu We encourage you to explore its multiple resources. BOOKS & PUBLICATIONS Eliyana Adler, “Educational options for Jewish girls in nineteenth-century Europe”, Polin; Studies in Polish Jewry 15 (2002), […]