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 […]

1,000 Years of Jewish Life in Poland: A Timeline

We’re happy to announce that a revised and updated version of 1,000 Years of Jewish Life in Poland: A Timeline is now available. The Taube Center’s Timeline invites you to immerse yourself in a millennium of Jewish life in Poland. Highlighting major events, trends, and personalities, with beautiful visuals and a reader-friendly design, the Timeline […]

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!

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 […]

Taube Philanthropies names Dariusz Stola, historian and Polin Museum Director, as 2020 Irena Sendler Memorial Award Recipient

Taube Philanthropies has named the former director of the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews as the recipient of its 2020 Irena Sendler Memorial Award. Acclaimed historian Dariusz Stola is being honored for his visionary leadership of POLIN Museum, a sophisticated and complex world-class public institution, whose overnight success had been lauded and honored throughout […]

Second Edition of Jerusza

Last summer, the Taube Center hosted three meetings of the Jerusza program at our office in Warsaw. The participants, following the health and safety guidelines, had a chance to meet in person for the first time since the lockdown started. One of the main themes of this year’s program is the twelve tribes of Israel, […]

FIGHTING WITH PEN AND PAPER: WARSAW GHETTO UNDERGROUND ARCHIVES

TJHTalks 03 FIGHTING WITH PEN AND PAPER: THE WARSAW GHETTO UNDERGROUND ARCHIVES Guest Speakers: Professors Samuel Kassow and Dariusz Stola May 27, 2020 [spreaker type=player resource=”episode_id=40338919″ width=”100%” height=”200px” theme=”light” playlist=”false” playlist-continuous=”false” autoplay=”false” live-autoplay=”false” chapters-image=”true” episode-image-position=”right” hide-logo=”false” hide-likes=”false” hide-comments=”false” hide-sharing=”false” hide-download=”true”] Episode on Apple Podcast RESOURCES BOOKS Samuel D. Kassow, Who Will Write Our History?: Rediscovering […]

Restoration Work at Warsaw’s Okopowa Street Jewish Cemetery

Ongoing restoration work at Warsaw’s vast Okopowa street Jewish cemetery saw the repair and renovation of dozens of headstones and monuments last year. On its website devoted to the cemetery’s restoration, Poland’s Cultural Heritage Foundation listed a total of 51 tombs that had been restored in 2019. Restoration work in the cemetery is being carried out by […]