Read our blogs and explore galleries on topics from Jewish history
Tracing the term ghetto through history across several centuries - from the Jewish ghetto of Venice to 'ghetto fabulous'
Synagogues, Jewish communities' places of worship, have been found across Europe for millennia
Activist, feminist, politician and Holocaust survivor, whose life reflects high and low points of the 20th century
Sweden's Judiska Museet introduce Jewish immigrant Rosenbaum who ran a drapery store in Sundsvall for decades
For Jews around the world, the beginning of autumn is also the time of the Jewish New Year, or Rosh Hashanna in Hebrew
His secret mission informed world leaders about Nazi atrocities in occupied Poland.
The dissolution of the Jewish communities of the Arab world is commemorated on November 30.
This blog presents a selection of photographs from The Israel Museum that points to the stories of migration
Arts and culture
Polish Jewish migrant Tuschinski established several cinemas in the Netherlands, particularly in Amsterdam and Rotterdam
Exploring a collection of Jewish music and Yiddish theatre by Finnish record producer Harry Orvomaa
Founded in Moscow, the Habima theatre company dreamed of a Jewish cultural renaissance through Hebrew.
Discover Baruch Agadati's and Gertrud Kraus' unique choreographies, fabulous costumes and striking performance styles.
Hungarian Olympic gold medallist who survived the Holocaust and lived through the 1956 Revolution
Table tennis world champions from Vienna
Browse Judaica collections from cultural heritage institutions across Europe
Historical Photos from the AIU archives of Jewish schools, pupils and local events (North Africa, Balkans, Middle East)
Archival material in Yiddish, including books and periodicals, video, theater posters, and sheet music.
Material focusing on history, languages, literature, culture, folklore, and religious traditions of East European Jewry
Browse a collection of Jewish periodicals from Serbia dating from the 1930s to 1960s