Lecture presented to students in Years 11 and 12 who are tracing Nazi policy from the Nuremberg Laws to Kristallnacht and the Wannsee Conference.
Allied-occupied Germany became the temporary home for over a quarter of a million surviving Jews after the Holocaust. What are the implications of that event for Jewish life today?
This course will present a broad, engaging overview, zooming in on significant, unusual, and extraordinary episodes along the way, all taught though original primary documents.
This film course will explore the development of Israeli cinema in the early 20th century through lectures, clips and discussion.
A lecture by Professor Shirli Gilbert on the diverse and sometimes unexpected ways in which the history of Jewish persecution shaped South African Jews' attitudes both to apartheid and the newly-formed state of Israel.
In this 4-part series we will dive into the rich history of Jewish life in South Africa, including Jews' engagement in wider South African society, their attitudes to racism, and their relationship with Israel.