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ANNOUNCED FOR 2016/2017

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FIRST MINISTER VISIT


First Minister visits Scottish Jewish Archives Centre

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NEXT OPEN DAY


Sunday 21 May 2017

2.00pm  – 4.00 pm

 

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Jewish Lives, Scottish Spaces: Jewish Migration to Scotland,1880-1950


The University of Edinburgh and the University of Glasgow, together with the Scottish Jewish Archives Centre), have announced an exciting new project which will look at Jewish migration to Scotland.

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Founded in 1987 and based in Garnethill Synagogue in Glasgow (Scotland's oldest), the Scottish Jewish Archives Centre aims to document and illustrate the religious, organisational, social, economic, political, cultural and family life of Jews in Scotland since the eighteenth century. It provides a research facility and an educational resource for the Jewish, and also the wider community, in order to heighten awareness of the Jewish heritage in Scotland and to stimulate study of the history of the Jews in this country.