offers a series of study trips to places of Jewish historical importance.

 

The trips feature the history, culture, society and practices of

Jewish communities that existed and still exist all over the world.

The sites, frequently inaccessible to individuals, include ancient,

old and modern synagogues, Jewish quarters, cemeteries,

archives and libraries.

 

Specialists in various fields of Jewish studies lecture daily.

The presence of a local tour guide ensures that participants

also visit important general historical and touristic sites.

JEWISH HISTORICAL SEMINARS

Turkish Chief Rabbi under the Ottoman Empire
Artist: Anita Kushnir

                   PHOTO GALLERY

          FROM THE RECENT TOUR

            THE JEWS OF PORTUGAL

June 22-July 2, 2020

             A THOUSAND YEARS OF JEWISH LIFE

                                      IN POLAND

                       Led by Prof. Shalom Sabar

                The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

                        and Prof. Marcin Wodzinski

                The University of Wroclaw, Poland

August 3-11, 2020

                       THE JEWS OF PROVENCE

                        Led by Prof. Shalom Sabar

                The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

                         and Dr. Kathy Aron-Beller

                The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

                            and Tel Aviv University

August 31-September 8, 2020

                   THE JEWS OF ALSACE, LORRAINE

                           AND THE RHINELAND

                        Led by Prof. Shalom Sabar

                The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

                         and Dr. Kathy Aron-Beller

                The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

                            and Tel Aviv University