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Jewish life before and after the Holocaust
The Parkes Institute for the study of Jewish/non-Jewish Relations, hosted a unique all-day event focusing on Jewish Life before and after the Holocaust.

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Multidisciplinary research at Humanities. Contemporary German Jewish literature as a counter discourse
Find out more about the multidisciplinary research opportunities, and world renowned archive resources of the Parkes Institute and the learning culture at Humanities. Bettina Codrai gives insight into her research project, combining the subject areas of Jewish Studies, Languages and History that explores the wider question of contemporary German Jewish literature as a counter discourse and the link between identity and social change amongst the minority, and how this has impacted on German Jewish identity in the 21st Century.

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Sir Arnold Wesker - The Birth of a Play: How and why I wrote Shylock
Recorded in October 2007, and the 17th Parkes Lecture: playwrite Sir Arnold Wesker talks about the genesis, themes and reception of his play, Shylock. Set in the Jewish ghettos of 16th century Venice, Shylock is based on the same three stories Shakespeare wove together to create the Merchant of Venice.

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Thinking of studying MA Jewish History & Culture?
Student Alex Cunningham talks about her experience of studying a postgraduate Humanities programme at Southampton, who specialise in Jewish History.

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