The Jewish community as an integral part of the European City? Architectural dialogue in the capital of the Russian empire

The Jewish community as an integral part of the European City? Architectural dialogue in the capital of the Russian empire

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Dr. Vladimir Levin

Hebrew University of Jerusalem

July 12, 2012

Center for Urban History, Lviv

The lecture was open to the public and took place in conjunction with the Third Summer School in Jewish History and Culture of East Central Europe in the 19th and 20th centuries.

Dr. Vladimir Levin

is the director of the Center of Jewish Art at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Current projects include "Synagogues of Volyn" and "Synagogues of Latvia." He is the editor of a catalogue of synagogues in Lithuania. His scholarly interests also include the history of Jews in the Russian empire.

Credits

Сover Image: Great Choral Synagogue, St. Petersburg, early 20th century.