peoplehoodpapers_18The Peoplehood Papers, a publication of the Center for Jewish Peoplehood Education, in collaboration with the Taube Foundation for Jewish Life & Culture, celebrates the second anniversary of the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews, with a special issue focused on Jewish museums, and how museum professionals understand their respective missions to educate, build community, and cultivate a sense of Jewish peoplehood.

The challenges that Jewish museums face in our globalized and assimilated 21st-century world are numerous: Museums aim to present an evolving narrative suitable for pluralistic and diverse audiences.

In this diverse collection of essays, we hope to provide a window into the complex arena of Jewish cultural representation and inspire a conversation on the role and impact of Jewish museums as both educational platforms and civilizational engines.

3 thoughts on “Peoplehood Papers 18: Jewish Peoplehood and Jewish Museums

  1. Ruth Parker

    I am a student at San Francisco State University where the mayor of Jerusalem was shouted down for 45 minutes on April 8, 2016. I am currently trying the get the School of Ethnic Studies to recognize Jews as an ethnicity which he should recognize as indigenous to the land of Israel. I am also trying to create an exhibit to be shown in the student center on this campus. Any help which you can give me would be greatly appreciated.
    Sincerely,
    Ruth Parker

    • You’ve impsersed us all with that posting!

    • La théorie du complot n’est peut-être pas la plus pertinente. Qu’il y ait quelques retouches, c’est possible, mais globalement les américains mettent en ligne suffisamment de données pour que le lecteur assidu puisse mesurer la gravité de la situation. Les statistiques américaines ne sont pas comparables aux statistiques chinoises.

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