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ACJC Director Professor Rebecca Margolis to advise state government on Holocaust education

The Director of the Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation, Professor Rebecca Margolis, has been invited to join the State Government's Holocaust Education Expert Working Group. The Group was formed as an outcome of a 2019 Department of

Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation (ACJC) 26 June, 2020
Photographs from the Tom Segev seminar series!

Photographs from the Tom Segev seminar series!

Tom Segev is an Israeli historian and retired journalist. His weekly column was published for thirty years in Haaretz, Israel’s leading daily newspaper.

4 November, 2018
People ask me why I love Africa so much, and this is my answer: There is a lesson for everyone in Africa – By Naomi Brooks

People ask me why I love Africa so much, and this is my answer: There is a lesson for everyone in Africa – By Naomi Brooks

We could all do with a share of the qualities of African people. I am far from being a writer, but I’m writing this to try and help others understand what is so incredible about this region, about why it means so much to me, and with the

20 September, 2018
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Interested in learning outside of the class room? Internship opportunities available ! Enquire now!

Global internship opportunities for Monash University students.

23 August, 2018

Polish Jewish Youth on the Eve of the Holocaust

What did the lives of Polish Jewish youth look like on the eve of the Holocaust? Drawing upon a treasure trove of letters, diaries, and autobiographies written by Polish Jewish youth in the 1930s, this lecture

16 August, 2018
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The Book Launch of The Dead Still Cry Out By Helen Lewis

Helen Lewis was just a child when she found an old suitcase hidden in a cupboard at home.

16 August, 2018

One cannot know what one cannot imagine: The legacy of Claude Lanzmann and Shoah (1985)

With his recent passing, Claude Lanzmann, described as the ‘epic chronicler of the Holocaust’, has bequeathed to us a body of work that continues to inspire intense response, thought and debate. In this public event,

16 August, 2018