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Yerusha Project: Treasures of European Jewish Archives

Hosted By: Jewish Study Center

The Yerusha Project is an online portal to records of all major subjects of European Jewish history contained in over 12,000 in-depth archival descriptions in 700 Jewish European archives, libraries and museums of 27 countries. The material is continuously growing, and further thousands of descriptions will be added to the database in September.

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Dr. Gabor Kadar

Dr Gabor Kadar is the Director of the Yerusha Project. He is a recurrent visiting professor of the Jewish Studies Program at Central European University and is the former Senior Historian of the Hungarian Jewish Archives. Dr Kadar is the author or co-author of six monographs and numerous studies, articles and encyclopedia entries regarding various aspects of the Holocaust and the history of Jews in Hungary. He is a member of the Digital Forum Advisory Board of the European Association of Jewish Studies.
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Jewish Study Center

The Jewish Study Center offers a wide array of classes and programs of Jewish content and invites anyone, regardless of background, to learn, grow and socialize with our community of learners. Our classes include text study in Bible, Mishna, Talmud, and Midrash, as well as courses in Jewish arts and culture, ethics, history, and philosophy. Courses regularly apply Jewish tradition to issues of social action, politics, interpersonal relationships, and work.
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