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A series of brief talks by experts from within the Parkes Institute for Jewish/non-Jewish Relations on the exciting topic of ‘Jews and Space’ with plenty of opportunity for questions and discussion.
Drawing on the very latest research from the Parkes Institute these talks will cover a diverse range of perspectives on the topic of ‘Jews and Space’. They will cover ways that particular spaces are claimed or contested and the significance this has for wider perspectives on the field of Jewish/non-Jewish relations. The ‘spaces’ being considered will range near and far across the world and history itself. The day itself will open up exciting new avenues of knowledge and introduce new ways that we can explore the relationship between Jews and non-Jews.