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Redcliffe Salaman, President of the Jewish Historical Society of England
Publication date: Feb 16, 2014 1:37:17 PM
Start: Feb 27, 2014 6:00:00 PM
Todd Endelman, University of Michigan
Thursday February 27th
In conjunction with the JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF ENGLAND
Redcliffe Salaman’s life (1874-1955) spanned major events in the modern history of the Jewish people, and his Presidency was influential for a variety of reasons that will be memorably described in this lecture.
Todd M. Endelman is the William Haber Professor of Modern Jewish History at the University of Michigan. He is a leading authority on the social history of Jews in Western Europe and Britain. He is the author of 'The Jews of Georgian England, 1714-1830: Tradition and Change in a Liberal Society' (1979), 'Radical Assimilation in Anglo-Jewish History, 1656-1945' (1990), 'The Jews of Britain, 1656-2000' (2002) and numerous scholarly papers. He was awarded a B.A. in 1968 from the University of California, Berkeley, and his Ph.D. in 1976 at Harvard University. He taught at Yeshiva University and Indiana University, then moved to Michigan in 1985.
Drinks reception (kosher wine) from 6.00pm, South Cloisters, Wilkins Building
Lecture 6.45pm Chadwick lecture theatre, Chadwick Building (Turn sharp right as you enter UCL main gate)
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