The First Jewish Americans Exhibit Opens in New York October 27

The First Jewish Americans: Freedom and Culture in the New World opens at the New York Historical Society in Manhattan on Thursday, October 27. Former Center for Southern Jewish Culture director Adam Mendelsohn and current directors Dale Rosengarten and Shari Rabin collaborated, with others, on a previous version of the

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Synagogues of the South

In 2016, the Pearlstine/Lipov Center for Southern Jewish Culture is developing a new online exhibition titled “Synagogues of the South”, curated by Dr. Samuel D. Gruber, based on material from the William A. Rosenthall Collection at the Marlene and Nathan Addlestone Library at the College of Charleston. The exhibit will

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Mapping Jewish Charleston

Mapping Jewish Charleston will explore the Jewish presence in the city at significant moments in each century. The exhibit will pinpoint historical sites, introduce topical themes, and link places to appropriate documents, images, and oral histories. The final “page” on the 21st century will pinpoint new sites of Jewish interest,

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