Hidden Histories: Would Our Grandparents Recognise the People We Are?
At The Jewish Museum
Thursay 28 June, 2.30-4pm
The conditions, attitudes and preoccupations of Jews in the UK have changed hugely in the last 100 years. We’ll take a quick look at the earliest history of Jews in the UK. But mainly concentrating on the last century or so, we’ll compare the exhibits in the Museum to our own current experience and consider what that tells us about what British Jews have lost and gained.
LJCC Scholar in Residence Clive Lawton is also an Independent Member of the Metropolitan Police Authority, a magistrate in Haringey, Senior Consultant to Limmud, a freelance management and educational consultant. His creative style of teaching makes him one of our most popular lecturers.
**This event will have live speech-to-text transcription so that deaf, deafened and hard of hearing visitors can access the talk.**
Hidden Histories Series
Join some of the London Jewish Cultural Centre’s most popular lecturers to explore the Jewish Museum’s fascinating collections. A unique opportunity to hear experts explain artefacts in their historical context.
In Advance £12
On the day £15
All 4 sessions for £44
*Ticket price includes free Museum entry
Jewish Museum Raymond Burton House
129-131 Albert Street
London NW1 7NB
Booking can only be made via the Jewish Museum:
Box Office: 020 7284 7384 / email@example.com
Other lectures in the Hidden Histories series:
14 June: Judaism Alive - Its Signs And Symbols
21 June: Jewish Political Response to Socialism & Zionism
5 July: Creating the New Jewish Museum