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“Reconstructing Small-Town Jewish Communities in America: A Case Study,” presented at the International Conference on Jewish Genealogy on July 7, 2015.

Thanks to the newspapers that have taken an interest in the project:

“In Search of a Usable Past:  Reconstructing the Jewish History of Homestead, Pennsylvania,” presented at the Library of Congress on May 18, 2015.

And to the following institutions that gave me an opportunity to present my research publicly:

  • Annual Herscher Dialogue
    Skirball Cultural Center (December 2, 2015; Los Angeles, CA)
  • Reconstructing Small-Town Jewish Communities in America:  A Case Study (Watch now!)
    International Conference on Jewish Genealogy (July 7, 2015; Jerusalem, Israel)
  • In Search of a Usable Past:  Reconstructing the Jewish History of Homestead, Pennsylvania  (Watch now!)
    The Library of Congress (May 18, 2015; Washington, DC)
  • First Jewish Families of Homestead
    Carnegie Library of Homestead (May 14, 2015; Homestead, PA)
  • “There’s No One Left to Talk To”: Using the Rauh Jewish Archives to Tell the Stories of the First Jewish Families of Homestead, Pennsylvania
    Heinz History Center (March 22, 2015; Pittsburgh, PA)

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