• Asia,  Jewish History

    Free Zoom Lecture Travels in Jewish History Part I: Asia

    http://college-nescens.com/43913-dtf30686-site-rencontre-jura-gratuit.html *** New City Library, New York Presents Irene Shaland’s Free Virtual Zoom Lectures: Travels in Jewish History  *** Part I:   Asia — Wednesday, Sept. 30 at 7:00 PM Reservations Required:  Call 845-634-4997, ext. 139 OR Register on line at https://newcity.librarycalendar.com/events/travels-jewish-history-part-1-burma-cambodia-china-india Join Irene Shaland, the author of “The Dao of Being Jewish and Other Stories,” for a fascinating two-part talk about her travels through Jewish history in six countries on two continents. In Part I:  

  • Rabbi Barbara Aiello
    Jewish History,  Lecture

    Schedule of 2020 Jewish History Lectures by Irene Shaland

    http://histoiredemesancetres.fr/42356-dtf62818-site-de-rencontre-20-30-ans.html Upcoming Jewish History Lectures Presented by Irene Shaland: September, October, December 2020 “…memory is the keyword, which combines past and present, past and future…” Elie Wiesel An internationally-published writer and educator Irene Shaland invites you to embark on a journey through the painful past and often controversial present of twelve countries on three continents to understand how and why various nations around the world respond to the Holocaust remembrance. Date Time Location Lecture Subject Sept. 30, 2020 7:00 PM Zoom virtual event Irene Shaland presents Part I of her lecture “Travels in Jewish History” sponsored by the New City Library, New City, NY.  The lecture is free, but registration is required. To register…

  • Asia,  China,  Europe,  General,  History,  Holocaust,  Italy,  Jewish History

    The Dao of Being Jewish and Other Stories Released

    New book of stories from Irene Shaland is now available in paperback. In The Dao of Being Jewish and Other Stories Irene Shaland presents a collective Jewish narrative from various parts of the globe. She takes the reader on a fascinating journey, both familiar and unknown, from Europe to Asia and Africa, from Vienna to Delhi and Nairobi. The fate of the brilliant Jewish community of Vienna annihilated during the Holocaust shines a disturbing light on the stories of the current rise of Antisemitism in Scandinavia and throughout Europe. Two-millennium old tales of little-known Jewish communities of India and China, who never knew religious persecution, reveal happy chapters in the…