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    Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

    The Jews of Poland

    June 7—19, 2020

    Join us on what promises to be a meaningful and fascinating trip, bringing to life important aspects of Poland’s astonishingly rich Jewish history and culture.



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Yoram Bilu is a professor emeritus of anthropology and psychology at the Hebrew University. His research interests include the anthropology of religion (focusing on saint worship, messianism, and religious healing), culture and mental health, the sanctification of space in Israel, and Moroccan Jewish culture.


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The itinerary is meticulously planned, the accompanying scholars and local guides are truly knowledgeable…”

—Ruthe and Ron G.

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