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Four logos for Displacement Conference

International Conference Held at Yeshiva University Museum

On Monday, Dec. 10, 2018, the Yeshiva University Center for Israel Studies, in collaboration with the Bar-Ilan University Faculty of Jewish Studies, the Dahan Center for Culture, Society & Education in the Sephardic Heritage and the Yeshiva University Museum, will host an international conference titled “Displacements of Jewish Communal Life in Islamic Lands and Cultural

Lost & Found: A Family Photo Album: showing the album open

Opening Reception for “Lost & Found: A Family Photo Album”

After 73 Years, Photographs Are Returned to Their Owners On Wednesday, October 24, the Yeshiva University Museum hosted the opening reception for their newest exhibition, “Lost & Found: A Family Photo Album.” Approximately 150 people came to view the photographs that had been smuggled out of the Kovno Ghetto by Annushka Matz Warshawska in 1943

Students as Teachers at YU Museum

Student Docents Explain the Artifacts of “The Arch of Titus” Exhibition On Friday, December 8, Yeshiva University students enrolled in “Arch of Titus: Between Rome and Jerusalem,” took on the roles of museum docents and shared their learning with other YU students, staff and faculty as well as members of the community at the Yeshiva University

YU to Host International Conference on Arch of Titus

YU’s Center for Israel Studies and YU Museum to Host October 29 Symposium The Arch of Titus, built to commemorate Roman triumph in the Jewish War of 66-74 CE, has stood as a touchstone of Western civilization for nearly 2,000 years. Yet, the meaning and significance of the monument – for the victorious Romans, for

YU Museum Celebrates Opening of Arch of Titus Exhibition

Exhibition Explores Shifting Meaning and Significance of Historic Monument Over Millenia On September 13, the Yeshiva University Museum and the YU Center for Israel Studies celebrated the opening of a new exhibition, “The Arch of Titus – from Jerusalem to Rome, and Back,” at the Museum, located at the Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th

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