Events

Monday July 10, 2017

Apply for the 2017 Steiner Summer Yiddish Program by February 6.

Students of all ages and nationalities are encouraged to apply. Find out
more about the program and connect to the online application form at our
online home: summerprogram.yivo.org. Please direct questions to Ben Kaplan,
Education administrator (bkaplan@yivo.cjh.org).

The summer program will take place on the Tel Aviv University campus from July 02 to July 27, 2017. The program offers intensive Yiddish instruction at five levels. Language instruction will be supplemented by a rich afternoon academic and cultural program of lectures, conversation classes, music workshops, and tours, and by evening cultural and social events.

Centre for Yiddish Culture
and the Shalom Foundation
ul. Andersa 15 St.
00-159 Warsaw
proudly announce
The 15th International Summer Seminar
in
Yiddish Language and Culture
Warsaw, 3 July – 21 July 2017

http://jidyszland.pl/en/letnie-seminarium/

 

Start: 10 Jul 2017

Center for Urban History welcomes applications for the Summer School "Connecting (to) Histories: Engaging with the Urban Pasts and Displaying Jewish Heritage".

Dates: July 10 – August 4, 2017

Location: Center for Urban History, 6 Bohomoltsia Str., Lviv, Ukraine

Deadline for Application: April 16, 2017

Program Description

Start: 10 Jul 2017

From the earliest accounts of travel and migration, movement across space and time characterise Jewish history. No less crucial than the movement of people is the movement of texts, objects, and ideas, which travel both physically and intellectually as generations in distant locations engage with these at different times and places. Jews themselves are associated with travel and migration, historically and in cultural production. This conference invites contributions of papers and panel proposals within the broad theme of the conference.

Tuesday July 11, 2017

Apply for the 2017 Steiner Summer Yiddish Program by February 6.

Students of all ages and nationalities are encouraged to apply. Find out
more about the program and connect to the online application form at our
online home: summerprogram.yivo.org. Please direct questions to Ben Kaplan,
Education administrator (bkaplan@yivo.cjh.org).

The summer program will take place on the Tel Aviv University campus from July 02 to July 27, 2017. The program offers intensive Yiddish instruction at five levels. Language instruction will be supplemented by a rich afternoon academic and cultural program of lectures, conversation classes, music workshops, and tours, and by evening cultural and social events.

Centre for Yiddish Culture
and the Shalom Foundation
ul. Andersa 15 St.
00-159 Warsaw
proudly announce
The 15th International Summer Seminar
in
Yiddish Language and Culture
Warsaw, 3 July – 21 July 2017

http://jidyszland.pl/en/letnie-seminarium/

 

Center for Urban History welcomes applications for the Summer School "Connecting (to) Histories: Engaging with the Urban Pasts and Displaying Jewish Heritage".

Dates: July 10 – August 4, 2017

Location: Center for Urban History, 6 Bohomoltsia Str., Lviv, Ukraine

Deadline for Application: April 16, 2017

Program Description

From the earliest accounts of travel and migration, movement across space and time characterise Jewish history. No less crucial than the movement of people is the movement of texts, objects, and ideas, which travel both physically and intellectually as generations in distant locations engage with these at different times and places. Jews themselves are associated with travel and migration, historically and in cultural production. This conference invites contributions of papers and panel proposals within the broad theme of the conference.

Start: 11 Jul 2017

Interdisciplinary Conference “Blondzhende Stern”: Jewish Writers from Ukraine Crossing the Borders be- tween Eastern and Western Cultures

(11-13 May 2017 in Frankfurt/Oder) in cooperation with the Axel Springer endowed Chair for the History of German Jewish Literature and Culture, Exile and Migration and Zentrum Jüdische Studien Berlin-Brandenburg (ZJS)

Wednesday July 12, 2017

Apply for the 2017 Steiner Summer Yiddish Program by February 6.

Students of all ages and nationalities are encouraged to apply. Find out
more about the program and connect to the online application form at our
online home: summerprogram.yivo.org. Please direct questions to Ben Kaplan,
Education administrator (bkaplan@yivo.cjh.org).

The summer program will take place on the Tel Aviv University campus from July 02 to July 27, 2017. The program offers intensive Yiddish instruction at five levels. Language instruction will be supplemented by a rich afternoon academic and cultural program of lectures, conversation classes, music workshops, and tours, and by evening cultural and social events.

Centre for Yiddish Culture
and the Shalom Foundation
ul. Andersa 15 St.
00-159 Warsaw
proudly announce
The 15th International Summer Seminar
in
Yiddish Language and Culture
Warsaw, 3 July – 21 July 2017

http://jidyszland.pl/en/letnie-seminarium/

 

Center for Urban History welcomes applications for the Summer School "Connecting (to) Histories: Engaging with the Urban Pasts and Displaying Jewish Heritage".

Dates: July 10 – August 4, 2017

Location: Center for Urban History, 6 Bohomoltsia Str., Lviv, Ukraine

Deadline for Application: April 16, 2017

Program Description

Start: 10 Jul 2017
End: 12 Jul 2017

From the earliest accounts of travel and migration, movement across space and time characterise Jewish history. No less crucial than the movement of people is the movement of texts, objects, and ideas, which travel both physically and intellectually as generations in distant locations engage with these at different times and places. Jews themselves are associated with travel and migration, historically and in cultural production. This conference invites contributions of papers and panel proposals within the broad theme of the conference.

Interdisciplinary Conference “Blondzhende Stern”: Jewish Writers from Ukraine Crossing the Borders be- tween Eastern and Western Cultures

(11-13 May 2017 in Frankfurt/Oder) in cooperation with the Axel Springer endowed Chair for the History of German Jewish Literature and Culture, Exile and Migration and Zentrum Jüdische Studien Berlin-Brandenburg (ZJS)

Thursday July 13, 2017

Apply for the 2017 Steiner Summer Yiddish Program by February 6.

Students of all ages and nationalities are encouraged to apply. Find out
more about the program and connect to the online application form at our
online home: summerprogram.yivo.org. Please direct questions to Ben Kaplan,
Education administrator (bkaplan@yivo.cjh.org).

The summer program will take place on the Tel Aviv University campus from July 02 to July 27, 2017. The program offers intensive Yiddish instruction at five levels. Language instruction will be supplemented by a rich afternoon academic and cultural program of lectures, conversation classes, music workshops, and tours, and by evening cultural and social events.

Centre for Yiddish Culture
and the Shalom Foundation
ul. Andersa 15 St.
00-159 Warsaw
proudly announce
The 15th International Summer Seminar
in
Yiddish Language and Culture
Warsaw, 3 July – 21 July 2017

http://jidyszland.pl/en/letnie-seminarium/

 

Center for Urban History welcomes applications for the Summer School "Connecting (to) Histories: Engaging with the Urban Pasts and Displaying Jewish Heritage".

Dates: July 10 – August 4, 2017

Location: Center for Urban History, 6 Bohomoltsia Str., Lviv, Ukraine

Deadline for Application: April 16, 2017

Program Description

Interdisciplinary Conference “Blondzhende Stern”: Jewish Writers from Ukraine Crossing the Borders be- tween Eastern and Western Cultures

(11-13 May 2017 in Frankfurt/Oder) in cooperation with the Axel Springer endowed Chair for the History of German Jewish Literature and Culture, Exile and Migration and Zentrum Jüdische Studien Berlin-Brandenburg (ZJS)

Friday July 14, 2017

Apply for the 2017 Steiner Summer Yiddish Program by February 6.

Students of all ages and nationalities are encouraged to apply. Find out
more about the program and connect to the online application form at our
online home: summerprogram.yivo.org. Please direct questions to Ben Kaplan,
Education administrator (bkaplan@yivo.cjh.org).

The summer program will take place on the Tel Aviv University campus from July 02 to July 27, 2017. The program offers intensive Yiddish instruction at five levels. Language instruction will be supplemented by a rich afternoon academic and cultural program of lectures, conversation classes, music workshops, and tours, and by evening cultural and social events.

Centre for Yiddish Culture
and the Shalom Foundation
ul. Andersa 15 St.
00-159 Warsaw
proudly announce
The 15th International Summer Seminar
in
Yiddish Language and Culture
Warsaw, 3 July – 21 July 2017

http://jidyszland.pl/en/letnie-seminarium/

 

Center for Urban History welcomes applications for the Summer School "Connecting (to) Histories: Engaging with the Urban Pasts and Displaying Jewish Heritage".

Dates: July 10 – August 4, 2017

Location: Center for Urban History, 6 Bohomoltsia Str., Lviv, Ukraine

Deadline for Application: April 16, 2017

Program Description

Interdisciplinary Conference “Blondzhende Stern”: Jewish Writers from Ukraine Crossing the Borders be- tween Eastern and Western Cultures

(11-13 May 2017 in Frankfurt/Oder) in cooperation with the Axel Springer endowed Chair for the History of German Jewish Literature and Culture, Exile and Migration and Zentrum Jüdische Studien Berlin-Brandenburg (ZJS)

Start: 14 Jul 2017

An international research workshop organised by the Centre for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, University of Bristol and the Holocaust Research Centre, Royal Holloway, University of London Workshop organisers:
-Professor Tim Cole (Bristol);
-Dr. Simone Gigliotti (Royal Holloway, University of London);
-Professor Dan Stone (Royal Holloway, University of London)

Saturday July 15, 2017

Apply for the 2017 Steiner Summer Yiddish Program by February 6.

Students of all ages and nationalities are encouraged to apply. Find out
more about the program and connect to the online application form at our
online home: summerprogram.yivo.org. Please direct questions to Ben Kaplan,
Education administrator (bkaplan@yivo.cjh.org).

The summer program will take place on the Tel Aviv University campus from July 02 to July 27, 2017. The program offers intensive Yiddish instruction at five levels. Language instruction will be supplemented by a rich afternoon academic and cultural program of lectures, conversation classes, music workshops, and tours, and by evening cultural and social events.

Centre for Yiddish Culture
and the Shalom Foundation
ul. Andersa 15 St.
00-159 Warsaw
proudly announce
The 15th International Summer Seminar
in
Yiddish Language and Culture
Warsaw, 3 July – 21 July 2017

http://jidyszland.pl/en/letnie-seminarium/

 

Center for Urban History welcomes applications for the Summer School "Connecting (to) Histories: Engaging with the Urban Pasts and Displaying Jewish Heritage".

Dates: July 10 – August 4, 2017

Location: Center for Urban History, 6 Bohomoltsia Str., Lviv, Ukraine

Deadline for Application: April 16, 2017

Program Description

Interdisciplinary Conference “Blondzhende Stern”: Jewish Writers from Ukraine Crossing the Borders be- tween Eastern and Western Cultures

(11-13 May 2017 in Frankfurt/Oder) in cooperation with the Axel Springer endowed Chair for the History of German Jewish Literature and Culture, Exile and Migration and Zentrum Jüdische Studien Berlin-Brandenburg (ZJS)

An international research workshop organised by the Centre for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, University of Bristol and the Holocaust Research Centre, Royal Holloway, University of London Workshop organisers:
-Professor Tim Cole (Bristol);
-Dr. Simone Gigliotti (Royal Holloway, University of London);
-Professor Dan Stone (Royal Holloway, University of London)

Sunday July 16, 2017

Apply for the 2017 Steiner Summer Yiddish Program by February 6.

Students of all ages and nationalities are encouraged to apply. Find out
more about the program and connect to the online application form at our
online home: summerprogram.yivo.org. Please direct questions to Ben Kaplan,
Education administrator (bkaplan@yivo.cjh.org).

The summer program will take place on the Tel Aviv University campus from July 02 to July 27, 2017. The program offers intensive Yiddish instruction at five levels. Language instruction will be supplemented by a rich afternoon academic and cultural program of lectures, conversation classes, music workshops, and tours, and by evening cultural and social events.

Centre for Yiddish Culture
and the Shalom Foundation
ul. Andersa 15 St.
00-159 Warsaw
proudly announce
The 15th International Summer Seminar
in
Yiddish Language and Culture
Warsaw, 3 July – 21 July 2017

http://jidyszland.pl/en/letnie-seminarium/

 

Center for Urban History welcomes applications for the Summer School "Connecting (to) Histories: Engaging with the Urban Pasts and Displaying Jewish Heritage".

Dates: July 10 – August 4, 2017

Location: Center for Urban History, 6 Bohomoltsia Str., Lviv, Ukraine

Deadline for Application: April 16, 2017

Program Description

Interdisciplinary Conference “Blondzhende Stern”: Jewish Writers from Ukraine Crossing the Borders be- tween Eastern and Western Cultures

(11-13 May 2017 in Frankfurt/Oder) in cooperation with the Axel Springer endowed Chair for the History of German Jewish Literature and Culture, Exile and Migration and Zentrum Jüdische Studien Berlin-Brandenburg (ZJS)

Start: 14 Jul 2017
End: 16 Jul 2017

An international research workshop organised by the Centre for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, University of Bristol and the Holocaust Research Centre, Royal Holloway, University of London Workshop organisers:
-Professor Tim Cole (Bristol);
-Dr. Simone Gigliotti (Royal Holloway, University of London);
-Professor Dan Stone (Royal Holloway, University of London)

Monday July 17, 2017

Apply for the 2017 Steiner Summer Yiddish Program by February 6.

Students of all ages and nationalities are encouraged to apply. Find out
more about the program and connect to the online application form at our
online home: summerprogram.yivo.org. Please direct questions to Ben Kaplan,
Education administrator (bkaplan@yivo.cjh.org).

The summer program will take place on the Tel Aviv University campus from July 02 to July 27, 2017. The program offers intensive Yiddish instruction at five levels. Language instruction will be supplemented by a rich afternoon academic and cultural program of lectures, conversation classes, music workshops, and tours, and by evening cultural and social events.

Centre for Yiddish Culture
and the Shalom Foundation
ul. Andersa 15 St.
00-159 Warsaw
proudly announce
The 15th International Summer Seminar
in
Yiddish Language and Culture
Warsaw, 3 July – 21 July 2017

http://jidyszland.pl/en/letnie-seminarium/

 

Center for Urban History welcomes applications for the Summer School "Connecting (to) Histories: Engaging with the Urban Pasts and Displaying Jewish Heritage".

Dates: July 10 – August 4, 2017

Location: Center for Urban History, 6 Bohomoltsia Str., Lviv, Ukraine

Deadline for Application: April 16, 2017

Program Description

Start: 11 Jul 2017
End: 17 Jul 2017

Interdisciplinary Conference “Blondzhende Stern”: Jewish Writers from Ukraine Crossing the Borders be- tween Eastern and Western Cultures

(11-13 May 2017 in Frankfurt/Oder) in cooperation with the Axel Springer endowed Chair for the History of German Jewish Literature and Culture, Exile and Migration and Zentrum Jüdische Studien Berlin-Brandenburg (ZJS)

Start: 17 Jul 2017

The JLA 2017 regional conference will be hosted by the Institute for Legal and Constitutional History at the University of Vienna. It will take place in conjunction with the 9th Summer Academy on the History of the Jews in the Holy Roman Empire and its Successor States and two moot courts, one focusing on the Ius Commune and the other on Jewish Law as practised in the early modern period

Start: 17 Jul 2017

Established in December 1970, the Institute of Jewish Studies in Brussels is a non-profit organization recognized by the State. Its Board of Deputies includes professors of various universities in Belgium.

The Institute offers courses in Jewish languages, literature, history, thought and civilization. After the completion of a two year graduate programme, students receive a « Master en science des religions et de la laïcité » conferred by the Free University of Brussels. Courses are also open to the public.

Start: 17 Jul 2017
Offering four levels of intensive language instruction:
 
YIDDISH I: for beginners
YIDDISH II: intermediate
YIDDISH III: higher intermediate
YIDDISH IV: advanced
Start: 17 Jul 2017

The Summer Yiddish Seminar will take place in Brussels (Institute for Jewish Studies)

July 17th – July 28th 2017.

Registration fee is 480 € (350 € for Students).

More details will follow, but please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.

Languages instructors : Y. Niborski, H. Beer, S. Dratwa-Pinkusowitz.

 

 

Retenez la date 

et informez vos amis

 

Tuesday July 18, 2017

Apply for the 2017 Steiner Summer Yiddish Program by February 6.

Students of all ages and nationalities are encouraged to apply. Find out
more about the program and connect to the online application form at our
online home: summerprogram.yivo.org. Please direct questions to Ben Kaplan,
Education administrator (bkaplan@yivo.cjh.org).

The summer program will take place on the Tel Aviv University campus from July 02 to July 27, 2017. The program offers intensive Yiddish instruction at five levels. Language instruction will be supplemented by a rich afternoon academic and cultural program of lectures, conversation classes, music workshops, and tours, and by evening cultural and social events.

Centre for Yiddish Culture
and the Shalom Foundation
ul. Andersa 15 St.
00-159 Warsaw
proudly announce
The 15th International Summer Seminar
in
Yiddish Language and Culture
Warsaw, 3 July – 21 July 2017

http://jidyszland.pl/en/letnie-seminarium/

 

Center for Urban History welcomes applications for the Summer School "Connecting (to) Histories: Engaging with the Urban Pasts and Displaying Jewish Heritage".

Dates: July 10 – August 4, 2017

Location: Center for Urban History, 6 Bohomoltsia Str., Lviv, Ukraine

Deadline for Application: April 16, 2017

Program Description

The JLA 2017 regional conference will be hosted by the Institute for Legal and Constitutional History at the University of Vienna. It will take place in conjunction with the 9th Summer Academy on the History of the Jews in the Holy Roman Empire and its Successor States and two moot courts, one focusing on the Ius Commune and the other on Jewish Law as practised in the early modern period

Established in December 1970, the Institute of Jewish Studies in Brussels is a non-profit organization recognized by the State. Its Board of Deputies includes professors of various universities in Belgium.

The Institute offers courses in Jewish languages, literature, history, thought and civilization. After the completion of a two year graduate programme, students receive a « Master en science des religions et de la laïcité » conferred by the Free University of Brussels. Courses are also open to the public.

Offering four levels of intensive language instruction:
 
YIDDISH I: for beginners
YIDDISH II: intermediate
YIDDISH III: higher intermediate
YIDDISH IV: advanced

The Summer Yiddish Seminar will take place in Brussels (Institute for Jewish Studies)

July 17th – July 28th 2017.

Registration fee is 480 € (350 € for Students).

More details will follow, but please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.

Languages instructors : Y. Niborski, H. Beer, S. Dratwa-Pinkusowitz.

 

 

Retenez la date 

et informez vos amis

 

Wednesday July 19, 2017

Apply for the 2017 Steiner Summer Yiddish Program by February 6.

Students of all ages and nationalities are encouraged to apply. Find out
more about the program and connect to the online application form at our
online home: summerprogram.yivo.org. Please direct questions to Ben Kaplan,
Education administrator (bkaplan@yivo.cjh.org).

The summer program will take place on the Tel Aviv University campus from July 02 to July 27, 2017. The program offers intensive Yiddish instruction at five levels. Language instruction will be supplemented by a rich afternoon academic and cultural program of lectures, conversation classes, music workshops, and tours, and by evening cultural and social events.

Centre for Yiddish Culture
and the Shalom Foundation
ul. Andersa 15 St.
00-159 Warsaw
proudly announce
The 15th International Summer Seminar
in
Yiddish Language and Culture
Warsaw, 3 July – 21 July 2017

http://jidyszland.pl/en/letnie-seminarium/

 

Center for Urban History welcomes applications for the Summer School "Connecting (to) Histories: Engaging with the Urban Pasts and Displaying Jewish Heritage".

Dates: July 10 – August 4, 2017

Location: Center for Urban History, 6 Bohomoltsia Str., Lviv, Ukraine

Deadline for Application: April 16, 2017

Program Description

Start: 17 Jul 2017
End: 19 Jul 2017

The JLA 2017 regional conference will be hosted by the Institute for Legal and Constitutional History at the University of Vienna. It will take place in conjunction with the 9th Summer Academy on the History of the Jews in the Holy Roman Empire and its Successor States and two moot courts, one focusing on the Ius Commune and the other on Jewish Law as practised in the early modern period

Established in December 1970, the Institute of Jewish Studies in Brussels is a non-profit organization recognized by the State. Its Board of Deputies includes professors of various universities in Belgium.

The Institute offers courses in Jewish languages, literature, history, thought and civilization. After the completion of a two year graduate programme, students receive a « Master en science des religions et de la laïcité » conferred by the Free University of Brussels. Courses are also open to the public.

Offering four levels of intensive language instruction:
 
YIDDISH I: for beginners
YIDDISH II: intermediate
YIDDISH III: higher intermediate
YIDDISH IV: advanced

The Summer Yiddish Seminar will take place in Brussels (Institute for Jewish Studies)

July 17th – July 28th 2017.

Registration fee is 480 € (350 € for Students).

More details will follow, but please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.

Languages instructors : Y. Niborski, H. Beer, S. Dratwa-Pinkusowitz.

 

 

Retenez la date 

et informez vos amis

 

Thursday July 20, 2017

Apply for the 2017 Steiner Summer Yiddish Program by February 6.

Students of all ages and nationalities are encouraged to apply. Find out
more about the program and connect to the online application form at our
online home: summerprogram.yivo.org. Please direct questions to Ben Kaplan,
Education administrator (bkaplan@yivo.cjh.org).

The summer program will take place on the Tel Aviv University campus from July 02 to July 27, 2017. The program offers intensive Yiddish instruction at five levels. Language instruction will be supplemented by a rich afternoon academic and cultural program of lectures, conversation classes, music workshops, and tours, and by evening cultural and social events.

Centre for Yiddish Culture
and the Shalom Foundation
ul. Andersa 15 St.
00-159 Warsaw
proudly announce
The 15th International Summer Seminar
in
Yiddish Language and Culture
Warsaw, 3 July – 21 July 2017

http://jidyszland.pl/en/letnie-seminarium/

 

Center for Urban History welcomes applications for the Summer School "Connecting (to) Histories: Engaging with the Urban Pasts and Displaying Jewish Heritage".

Dates: July 10 – August 4, 2017

Location: Center for Urban History, 6 Bohomoltsia Str., Lviv, Ukraine

Deadline for Application: April 16, 2017

Program Description

Established in December 1970, the Institute of Jewish Studies in Brussels is a non-profit organization recognized by the State. Its Board of Deputies includes professors of various universities in Belgium.

The Institute offers courses in Jewish languages, literature, history, thought and civilization. After the completion of a two year graduate programme, students receive a « Master en science des religions et de la laïcité » conferred by the Free University of Brussels. Courses are also open to the public.

Offering four levels of intensive language instruction:
 
YIDDISH I: for beginners
YIDDISH II: intermediate
YIDDISH III: higher intermediate
YIDDISH IV: advanced

The Summer Yiddish Seminar will take place in Brussels (Institute for Jewish Studies)

July 17th – July 28th 2017.

Registration fee is 480 € (350 € for Students).

More details will follow, but please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.

Languages instructors : Y. Niborski, H. Beer, S. Dratwa-Pinkusowitz.

 

 

Retenez la date 

et informez vos amis

 

Friday July 21, 2017
Start: 4 Jun 2017
End: 21 Jul 2017

Apply for the 2017 Steiner Summer Yiddish Program by February 6.

Students of all ages and nationalities are encouraged to apply. Find out
more about the program and connect to the online application form at our
online home: summerprogram.yivo.org. Please direct questions to Ben Kaplan,
Education administrator (bkaplan@yivo.cjh.org).

The summer program will take place on the Tel Aviv University campus from July 02 to July 27, 2017. The program offers intensive Yiddish instruction at five levels. Language instruction will be supplemented by a rich afternoon academic and cultural program of lectures, conversation classes, music workshops, and tours, and by evening cultural and social events.

Start: 3 Jul 2017
End: 21 Jul 2017

Centre for Yiddish Culture
and the Shalom Foundation
ul. Andersa 15 St.
00-159 Warsaw
proudly announce
The 15th International Summer Seminar
in
Yiddish Language and Culture
Warsaw, 3 July – 21 July 2017

http://jidyszland.pl/en/letnie-seminarium/

 

Center for Urban History welcomes applications for the Summer School "Connecting (to) Histories: Engaging with the Urban Pasts and Displaying Jewish Heritage".

Dates: July 10 – August 4, 2017

Location: Center for Urban History, 6 Bohomoltsia Str., Lviv, Ukraine

Deadline for Application: April 16, 2017

Program Description

Established in December 1970, the Institute of Jewish Studies in Brussels is a non-profit organization recognized by the State. Its Board of Deputies includes professors of various universities in Belgium.

The Institute offers courses in Jewish languages, literature, history, thought and civilization. After the completion of a two year graduate programme, students receive a « Master en science des religions et de la laïcité » conferred by the Free University of Brussels. Courses are also open to the public.

Offering four levels of intensive language instruction:
 
YIDDISH I: for beginners
YIDDISH II: intermediate
YIDDISH III: higher intermediate
YIDDISH IV: advanced

The Summer Yiddish Seminar will take place in Brussels (Institute for Jewish Studies)

July 17th – July 28th 2017.

Registration fee is 480 € (350 € for Students).

More details will follow, but please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.

Languages instructors : Y. Niborski, H. Beer, S. Dratwa-Pinkusowitz.

 

 

Retenez la date 

et informez vos amis

 

Saturday July 22, 2017

Students of all ages and nationalities are encouraged to apply. Find out
more about the program and connect to the online application form at our
online home: summerprogram.yivo.org. Please direct questions to Ben Kaplan,
Education administrator (bkaplan@yivo.cjh.org).

The summer program will take place on the Tel Aviv University campus from July 02 to July 27, 2017. The program offers intensive Yiddish instruction at five levels. Language instruction will be supplemented by a rich afternoon academic and cultural program of lectures, conversation classes, music workshops, and tours, and by evening cultural and social events.

Center for Urban History welcomes applications for the Summer School "Connecting (to) Histories: Engaging with the Urban Pasts and Displaying Jewish Heritage".

Dates: July 10 – August 4, 2017

Location: Center for Urban History, 6 Bohomoltsia Str., Lviv, Ukraine

Deadline for Application: April 16, 2017

Program Description

Established in December 1970, the Institute of Jewish Studies in Brussels is a non-profit organization recognized by the State. Its Board of Deputies includes professors of various universities in Belgium.

The Institute offers courses in Jewish languages, literature, history, thought and civilization. After the completion of a two year graduate programme, students receive a « Master en science des religions et de la laïcité » conferred by the Free University of Brussels. Courses are also open to the public.

Offering four levels of intensive language instruction:
 
YIDDISH I: for beginners
YIDDISH II: intermediate
YIDDISH III: higher intermediate
YIDDISH IV: advanced

The Summer Yiddish Seminar will take place in Brussels (Institute for Jewish Studies)

July 17th – July 28th 2017.

Registration fee is 480 € (350 € for Students).

More details will follow, but please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.

Languages instructors : Y. Niborski, H. Beer, S. Dratwa-Pinkusowitz.

 

 

Retenez la date 

et informez vos amis

 

Sunday July 23, 2017

Students of all ages and nationalities are encouraged to apply. Find out
more about the program and connect to the online application form at our
online home: summerprogram.yivo.org. Please direct questions to Ben Kaplan,
Education administrator (bkaplan@yivo.cjh.org).

The summer program will take place on the Tel Aviv University campus from July 02 to July 27, 2017. The program offers intensive Yiddish instruction at five levels. Language instruction will be supplemented by a rich afternoon academic and cultural program of lectures, conversation classes, music workshops, and tours, and by evening cultural and social events.

Center for Urban History welcomes applications for the Summer School "Connecting (to) Histories: Engaging with the Urban Pasts and Displaying Jewish Heritage".

Dates: July 10 – August 4, 2017

Location: Center for Urban History, 6 Bohomoltsia Str., Lviv, Ukraine

Deadline for Application: April 16, 2017

Program Description

Established in December 1970, the Institute of Jewish Studies in Brussels is a non-profit organization recognized by the State. Its Board of Deputies includes professors of various universities in Belgium.

The Institute offers courses in Jewish languages, literature, history, thought and civilization. After the completion of a two year graduate programme, students receive a « Master en science des religions et de la laïcité » conferred by the Free University of Brussels. Courses are also open to the public.

Offering four levels of intensive language instruction:
 
YIDDISH I: for beginners
YIDDISH II: intermediate
YIDDISH III: higher intermediate
YIDDISH IV: advanced

The Summer Yiddish Seminar will take place in Brussels (Institute for Jewish Studies)

July 17th – July 28th 2017.

Registration fee is 480 € (350 € for Students).

More details will follow, but please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.

Languages instructors : Y. Niborski, H. Beer, S. Dratwa-Pinkusowitz.

 

 

Retenez la date 

et informez vos amis

 

Monday July 24, 2017

Students of all ages and nationalities are encouraged to apply. Find out
more about the program and connect to the online application form at our
online home: summerprogram.yivo.org. Please direct questions to Ben Kaplan,
Education administrator (bkaplan@yivo.cjh.org).

The summer program will take place on the Tel Aviv University campus from July 02 to July 27, 2017. The program offers intensive Yiddish instruction at five levels. Language instruction will be supplemented by a rich afternoon academic and cultural program of lectures, conversation classes, music workshops, and tours, and by evening cultural and social events.

Center for Urban History welcomes applications for the Summer School "Connecting (to) Histories: Engaging with the Urban Pasts and Displaying Jewish Heritage".

Dates: July 10 – August 4, 2017

Location: Center for Urban History, 6 Bohomoltsia Str., Lviv, Ukraine

Deadline for Application: April 16, 2017

Program Description

Established in December 1970, the Institute of Jewish Studies in Brussels is a non-profit organization recognized by the State. Its Board of Deputies includes professors of various universities in Belgium.

The Institute offers courses in Jewish languages, literature, history, thought and civilization. After the completion of a two year graduate programme, students receive a « Master en science des religions et de la laïcité » conferred by the Free University of Brussels. Courses are also open to the public.

Offering four levels of intensive language instruction:
 
YIDDISH I: for beginners
YIDDISH II: intermediate
YIDDISH III: higher intermediate
YIDDISH IV: advanced

The Summer Yiddish Seminar will take place in Brussels (Institute for Jewish Studies)

July 17th – July 28th 2017.

Registration fee is 480 € (350 € for Students).

More details will follow, but please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.

Languages instructors : Y. Niborski, H. Beer, S. Dratwa-Pinkusowitz.

 

 

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Tuesday July 25, 2017

Students of all ages and nationalities are encouraged to apply. Find out
more about the program and connect to the online application form at our
online home: summerprogram.yivo.org. Please direct questions to Ben Kaplan,
Education administrator (bkaplan@yivo.cjh.org).

The summer program will take place on the Tel Aviv University campus from July 02 to July 27, 2017. The program offers intensive Yiddish instruction at five levels. Language instruction will be supplemented by a rich afternoon academic and cultural program of lectures, conversation classes, music workshops, and tours, and by evening cultural and social events.

Center for Urban History welcomes applications for the Summer School "Connecting (to) Histories: Engaging with the Urban Pasts and Displaying Jewish Heritage".

Dates: July 10 – August 4, 2017

Location: Center for Urban History, 6 Bohomoltsia Str., Lviv, Ukraine

Deadline for Application: April 16, 2017

Program Description

Established in December 1970, the Institute of Jewish Studies in Brussels is a non-profit organization recognized by the State. Its Board of Deputies includes professors of various universities in Belgium.

The Institute offers courses in Jewish languages, literature, history, thought and civilization. After the completion of a two year graduate programme, students receive a « Master en science des religions et de la laïcité » conferred by the Free University of Brussels. Courses are also open to the public.

Offering four levels of intensive language instruction:
 
YIDDISH I: for beginners
YIDDISH II: intermediate
YIDDISH III: higher intermediate
YIDDISH IV: advanced

The Summer Yiddish Seminar will take place in Brussels (Institute for Jewish Studies)

July 17th – July 28th 2017.

Registration fee is 480 € (350 € for Students).

More details will follow, but please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.

Languages instructors : Y. Niborski, H. Beer, S. Dratwa-Pinkusowitz.

 

 

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et informez vos amis

 

Start: 25 Jul 2017

This year’s conference offers scholars and educators the chance to explore new avenues of research and collaboration in relation to Holocaust Studies. Our theme draws on a very wide definition of the archive, referring to collections and repositories of an official or unofficial kind, artefactual or virtual, personal or institutional.

Wednesday July 26, 2017

Students of all ages and nationalities are encouraged to apply. Find out
more about the program and connect to the online application form at our
online home: summerprogram.yivo.org. Please direct questions to Ben Kaplan,
Education administrator (bkaplan@yivo.cjh.org).

The summer program will take place on the Tel Aviv University campus from July 02 to July 27, 2017. The program offers intensive Yiddish instruction at five levels. Language instruction will be supplemented by a rich afternoon academic and cultural program of lectures, conversation classes, music workshops, and tours, and by evening cultural and social events.

Center for Urban History welcomes applications for the Summer School "Connecting (to) Histories: Engaging with the Urban Pasts and Displaying Jewish Heritage".

Dates: July 10 – August 4, 2017

Location: Center for Urban History, 6 Bohomoltsia Str., Lviv, Ukraine

Deadline for Application: April 16, 2017

Program Description

Established in December 1970, the Institute of Jewish Studies in Brussels is a non-profit organization recognized by the State. Its Board of Deputies includes professors of various universities in Belgium.

The Institute offers courses in Jewish languages, literature, history, thought and civilization. After the completion of a two year graduate programme, students receive a « Master en science des religions et de la laïcité » conferred by the Free University of Brussels. Courses are also open to the public.

Offering four levels of intensive language instruction:
 
YIDDISH I: for beginners
YIDDISH II: intermediate
YIDDISH III: higher intermediate
YIDDISH IV: advanced

The Summer Yiddish Seminar will take place in Brussels (Institute for Jewish Studies)

July 17th – July 28th 2017.

Registration fee is 480 € (350 € for Students).

More details will follow, but please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.

Languages instructors : Y. Niborski, H. Beer, S. Dratwa-Pinkusowitz.

 

 

Retenez la date 

et informez vos amis

 

This year’s conference offers scholars and educators the chance to explore new avenues of research and collaboration in relation to Holocaust Studies. Our theme draws on a very wide definition of the archive, referring to collections and repositories of an official or unofficial kind, artefactual or virtual, personal or institutional.

Thursday July 27, 2017

Students of all ages and nationalities are encouraged to apply. Find out
more about the program and connect to the online application form at our
online home: summerprogram.yivo.org. Please direct questions to Ben Kaplan,
Education administrator (bkaplan@yivo.cjh.org).

Start: 2 Jul 2017
End: 27 Jul 2017

The summer program will take place on the Tel Aviv University campus from July 02 to July 27, 2017. The program offers intensive Yiddish instruction at five levels. Language instruction will be supplemented by a rich afternoon academic and cultural program of lectures, conversation classes, music workshops, and tours, and by evening cultural and social events.

Center for Urban History welcomes applications for the Summer School "Connecting (to) Histories: Engaging with the Urban Pasts and Displaying Jewish Heritage".

Dates: July 10 – August 4, 2017

Location: Center for Urban History, 6 Bohomoltsia Str., Lviv, Ukraine

Deadline for Application: April 16, 2017

Program Description

Established in December 1970, the Institute of Jewish Studies in Brussels is a non-profit organization recognized by the State. Its Board of Deputies includes professors of various universities in Belgium.

The Institute offers courses in Jewish languages, literature, history, thought and civilization. After the completion of a two year graduate programme, students receive a « Master en science des religions et de la laïcité » conferred by the Free University of Brussels. Courses are also open to the public.

Offering four levels of intensive language instruction:
 
YIDDISH I: for beginners
YIDDISH II: intermediate
YIDDISH III: higher intermediate
YIDDISH IV: advanced

The Summer Yiddish Seminar will take place in Brussels (Institute for Jewish Studies)

July 17th – July 28th 2017.

Registration fee is 480 € (350 € for Students).

More details will follow, but please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.

Languages instructors : Y. Niborski, H. Beer, S. Dratwa-Pinkusowitz.

 

 

Retenez la date 

et informez vos amis

 

Start: 25 Jul 2017
End: 27 Jul 2017

This year’s conference offers scholars and educators the chance to explore new avenues of research and collaboration in relation to Holocaust Studies. Our theme draws on a very wide definition of the archive, referring to collections and repositories of an official or unofficial kind, artefactual or virtual, personal or institutional.

Friday July 28, 2017

Students of all ages and nationalities are encouraged to apply. Find out
more about the program and connect to the online application form at our
online home: summerprogram.yivo.org. Please direct questions to Ben Kaplan,
Education administrator (bkaplan@yivo.cjh.org).

Center for Urban History welcomes applications for the Summer School "Connecting (to) Histories: Engaging with the Urban Pasts and Displaying Jewish Heritage".

Dates: July 10 – August 4, 2017

Location: Center for Urban History, 6 Bohomoltsia Str., Lviv, Ukraine

Deadline for Application: April 16, 2017

Program Description

Start: 17 Jul 2017
End: 28 Jul 2017

Established in December 1970, the Institute of Jewish Studies in Brussels is a non-profit organization recognized by the State. Its Board of Deputies includes professors of various universities in Belgium.

The Institute offers courses in Jewish languages, literature, history, thought and civilization. After the completion of a two year graduate programme, students receive a « Master en science des religions et de la laïcité » conferred by the Free University of Brussels. Courses are also open to the public.

Offering four levels of intensive language instruction:
 
YIDDISH I: for beginners
YIDDISH II: intermediate
YIDDISH III: higher intermediate
YIDDISH IV: advanced
Start: 17 Jul 2017
End: 28 Jul 2017

The Summer Yiddish Seminar will take place in Brussels (Institute for Jewish Studies)

July 17th – July 28th 2017.

Registration fee is 480 € (350 € for Students).

More details will follow, but please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.

Languages instructors : Y. Niborski, H. Beer, S. Dratwa-Pinkusowitz.

 

 

Retenez la date 

et informez vos amis

 

Saturday July 29, 2017

Students of all ages and nationalities are encouraged to apply. Find out
more about the program and connect to the online application form at our
online home: summerprogram.yivo.org. Please direct questions to Ben Kaplan,
Education administrator (bkaplan@yivo.cjh.org).

Center for Urban History welcomes applications for the Summer School "Connecting (to) Histories: Engaging with the Urban Pasts and Displaying Jewish Heritage".

Dates: July 10 – August 4, 2017

Location: Center for Urban History, 6 Bohomoltsia Str., Lviv, Ukraine

Deadline for Application: April 16, 2017

Program Description

Offering four levels of intensive language instruction:
 
YIDDISH I: for beginners
YIDDISH II: intermediate
YIDDISH III: higher intermediate
YIDDISH IV: advanced
Sunday July 30, 2017

Students of all ages and nationalities are encouraged to apply. Find out
more about the program and connect to the online application form at our
online home: summerprogram.yivo.org. Please direct questions to Ben Kaplan,
Education administrator (bkaplan@yivo.cjh.org).

Center for Urban History welcomes applications for the Summer School "Connecting (to) Histories: Engaging with the Urban Pasts and Displaying Jewish Heritage".

Dates: July 10 – August 4, 2017

Location: Center for Urban History, 6 Bohomoltsia Str., Lviv, Ukraine

Deadline for Application: April 16, 2017

Program Description

Offering four levels of intensive language instruction:
 
YIDDISH I: for beginners
YIDDISH II: intermediate
YIDDISH III: higher intermediate
YIDDISH IV: advanced
Monday July 31, 2017

Students of all ages and nationalities are encouraged to apply. Find out
more about the program and connect to the online application form at our
online home: summerprogram.yivo.org. Please direct questions to Ben Kaplan,
Education administrator (bkaplan@yivo.cjh.org).

Center for Urban History welcomes applications for the Summer School "Connecting (to) Histories: Engaging with the Urban Pasts and Displaying Jewish Heritage".

Dates: July 10 – August 4, 2017

Location: Center for Urban History, 6 Bohomoltsia Str., Lviv, Ukraine

Deadline for Application: April 16, 2017

Program Description

Offering four levels of intensive language instruction:
 
YIDDISH I: for beginners
YIDDISH II: intermediate
YIDDISH III: higher intermediate
YIDDISH IV: advanced
Start: 31 Jul 2017

The summer school looks at the tangible, material heritage of violence in two German cities: Bremen and Berlin, examining the imprint of “difficult heritage” on the urban space. Concentrating on the themes of the Holocaust, forced labour and imprisonment, we will confront the questions of commemoration, but also erasure and repurposing of former sites of atrocity. A special focus of this edition are also the links, transfers and tensions between the German memorial culture and Eastern Europe. 

Tuesday August 01, 2017

Students of all ages and nationalities are encouraged to apply. Find out
more about the program and connect to the online application form at our
online home: summerprogram.yivo.org. Please direct questions to Ben Kaplan,
Education administrator (bkaplan@yivo.cjh.org).

Center for Urban History welcomes applications for the Summer School "Connecting (to) Histories: Engaging with the Urban Pasts and Displaying Jewish Heritage".

Dates: July 10 – August 4, 2017

Location: Center for Urban History, 6 Bohomoltsia Str., Lviv, Ukraine

Deadline for Application: April 16, 2017

Program Description

Offering four levels of intensive language instruction:
 
YIDDISH I: for beginners
YIDDISH II: intermediate
YIDDISH III: higher intermediate
YIDDISH IV: advanced

The summer school looks at the tangible, material heritage of violence in two German cities: Bremen and Berlin, examining the imprint of “difficult heritage” on the urban space. Concentrating on the themes of the Holocaust, forced labour and imprisonment, we will confront the questions of commemoration, but also erasure and repurposing of former sites of atrocity. A special focus of this edition are also the links, transfers and tensions between the German memorial culture and Eastern Europe. 

Wednesday August 02, 2017

Students of all ages and nationalities are encouraged to apply. Find out
more about the program and connect to the online application form at our
online home: summerprogram.yivo.org. Please direct questions to Ben Kaplan,
Education administrator (bkaplan@yivo.cjh.org).

Center for Urban History welcomes applications for the Summer School "Connecting (to) Histories: Engaging with the Urban Pasts and Displaying Jewish Heritage".

Dates: July 10 – August 4, 2017

Location: Center for Urban History, 6 Bohomoltsia Str., Lviv, Ukraine

Deadline for Application: April 16, 2017

Program Description

Offering four levels of intensive language instruction:
 
YIDDISH I: for beginners
YIDDISH II: intermediate
YIDDISH III: higher intermediate
YIDDISH IV: advanced

The summer school looks at the tangible, material heritage of violence in two German cities: Bremen and Berlin, examining the imprint of “difficult heritage” on the urban space. Concentrating on the themes of the Holocaust, forced labour and imprisonment, we will confront the questions of commemoration, but also erasure and repurposing of former sites of atrocity. A special focus of this edition are also the links, transfers and tensions between the German memorial culture and Eastern Europe. 

Thursday August 03, 2017

Students of all ages and nationalities are encouraged to apply. Find out
more about the program and connect to the online application form at our
online home: summerprogram.yivo.org. Please direct questions to Ben Kaplan,
Education administrator (bkaplan@yivo.cjh.org).

Center for Urban History welcomes applications for the Summer School "Connecting (to) Histories: Engaging with the Urban Pasts and Displaying Jewish Heritage".

Dates: July 10 – August 4, 2017

Location: Center for Urban History, 6 Bohomoltsia Str., Lviv, Ukraine

Deadline for Application: April 16, 2017

Program Description

Offering four levels of intensive language instruction:
 
YIDDISH I: for beginners
YIDDISH II: intermediate
YIDDISH III: higher intermediate
YIDDISH IV: advanced

The summer school looks at the tangible, material heritage of violence in two German cities: Bremen and Berlin, examining the imprint of “difficult heritage” on the urban space. Concentrating on the themes of the Holocaust, forced labour and imprisonment, we will confront the questions of commemoration, but also erasure and repurposing of former sites of atrocity. A special focus of this edition are also the links, transfers and tensions between the German memorial culture and Eastern Europe. 

Friday August 04, 2017
Start: 26 Jun 2017
End: 4 Aug 2017

Students of all ages and nationalities are encouraged to apply. Find out
more about the program and connect to the online application form at our
online home: summerprogram.yivo.org. Please direct questions to Ben Kaplan,
Education administrator (bkaplan@yivo.cjh.org).

Start: 10 Jul 2017
End: 4 Aug 2017

Center for Urban History welcomes applications for the Summer School "Connecting (to) Histories: Engaging with the Urban Pasts and Displaying Jewish Heritage".

Dates: July 10 – August 4, 2017

Location: Center for Urban History, 6 Bohomoltsia Str., Lviv, Ukraine

Deadline for Application: April 16, 2017

Program Description

Offering four levels of intensive language instruction:
 
YIDDISH I: for beginners
YIDDISH II: intermediate
YIDDISH III: higher intermediate
YIDDISH IV: advanced

The summer school looks at the tangible, material heritage of violence in two German cities: Bremen and Berlin, examining the imprint of “difficult heritage” on the urban space. Concentrating on the themes of the Holocaust, forced labour and imprisonment, we will confront the questions of commemoration, but also erasure and repurposing of former sites of atrocity. A special focus of this edition are also the links, transfers and tensions between the German memorial culture and Eastern Europe. 

Saturday August 05, 2017
Offering four levels of intensive language instruction:
 
YIDDISH I: for beginners
YIDDISH II: intermediate
YIDDISH III: higher intermediate
YIDDISH IV: advanced

The summer school looks at the tangible, material heritage of violence in two German cities: Bremen and Berlin, examining the imprint of “difficult heritage” on the urban space. Concentrating on the themes of the Holocaust, forced labour and imprisonment, we will confront the questions of commemoration, but also erasure and repurposing of former sites of atrocity. A special focus of this edition are also the links, transfers and tensions between the German memorial culture and Eastern Europe. 

Sunday August 06, 2017
Offering four levels of intensive language instruction:
 
YIDDISH I: for beginners
YIDDISH II: intermediate
YIDDISH III: higher intermediate
YIDDISH IV: advanced

The summer school looks at the tangible, material heritage of violence in two German cities: Bremen and Berlin, examining the imprint of “difficult heritage” on the urban space. Concentrating on the themes of the Holocaust, forced labour and imprisonment, we will confront the questions of commemoration, but also erasure and repurposing of former sites of atrocity. A special focus of this edition are also the links, transfers and tensions between the German memorial culture and Eastern Europe. 

Start: 6 Aug 2017

We are happy to announce that the Seventeenth World Congress of Jewish Studies will take place at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, August 6 - 10, 2017. The Congress will mark 70 years since the First World Congress of Jewish Studies. Scholars from all fields of Jewish Studies are invited to submit proposals for papers and sessions to be presented at the Congress. We particularly encourage proposals for complete sessions.

The Congress program has six divisions:

Monday August 07, 2017
Offering four levels of intensive language instruction:
 
YIDDISH I: for beginners
YIDDISH II: intermediate
YIDDISH III: higher intermediate
YIDDISH IV: advanced
Start: 31 Jul 2017
End: 7 Aug 2017

The summer school looks at the tangible, material heritage of violence in two German cities: Bremen and Berlin, examining the imprint of “difficult heritage” on the urban space. Concentrating on the themes of the Holocaust, forced labour and imprisonment, we will confront the questions of commemoration, but also erasure and repurposing of former sites of atrocity. A special focus of this edition are also the links, transfers and tensions between the German memorial culture and Eastern Europe. 

We are happy to announce that the Seventeenth World Congress of Jewish Studies will take place at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, August 6 - 10, 2017. The Congress will mark 70 years since the First World Congress of Jewish Studies. Scholars from all fields of Jewish Studies are invited to submit proposals for papers and sessions to be presented at the Congress. We particularly encourage proposals for complete sessions.

The Congress program has six divisions:

Tuesday August 08, 2017
Offering four levels of intensive language instruction:
 
YIDDISH I: for beginners
YIDDISH II: intermediate
YIDDISH III: higher intermediate
YIDDISH IV: advanced

We are happy to announce that the Seventeenth World Congress of Jewish Studies will take place at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, August 6 - 10, 2017. The Congress will mark 70 years since the First World Congress of Jewish Studies. Scholars from all fields of Jewish Studies are invited to submit proposals for papers and sessions to be presented at the Congress. We particularly encourage proposals for complete sessions.

The Congress program has six divisions:

Wednesday August 09, 2017
Offering four levels of intensive language instruction:
 
YIDDISH I: for beginners
YIDDISH II: intermediate
YIDDISH III: higher intermediate
YIDDISH IV: advanced

We are happy to announce that the Seventeenth World Congress of Jewish Studies will take place at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, August 6 - 10, 2017. The Congress will mark 70 years since the First World Congress of Jewish Studies. Scholars from all fields of Jewish Studies are invited to submit proposals for papers and sessions to be presented at the Congress. We particularly encourage proposals for complete sessions.

The Congress program has six divisions:

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