The origins of Anglo Jewry in Birmingham

Locations
ERI Building, Room G51
Category
Arts and Law, Research, Students, Teaching
Date(s)
Tuesday 30th April 2013 (19:30-21:30)
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MOSAIC: The Birmingham Society for Jewish Students presents:

The origins of Anglo Jewry in Birmingham

Birmingham’s Jewish Population in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries

Dr Malcolm Dick is Director of the Centre for West Midlands History and Lecturer in Regional and Local History at the University of Birmingham. He is also Editor-in-Chief of a new magazine, History West Midlands. The second edition of this magazine (Summer 20013), entitled ‘Moving into the West Midlands’ will explore migration into the region. Malcolm has written about the Midlands Enlightenment and ethnic community history. Relevant publications include: Celebrating Sanctuary: Birmingham and the Refugee Experience 1750-2002 (2002) and contributions to a special issue of the journal Midland History, ‘Ethnic Community Histories in the Midlands’ (Autumn, 2011).