In an increasingly digital world, the accessibility and convenience of online education have opened doors to new avenues of learning. WJT Scholar allows individuals eager to explore Jewish culture, heritage, and history through a variety of engaging online educational experiences. From lectures and online courses to social and academic programs, WJT Scholar aims to foster a vibrant community of lifelong learners. In this blog, we'll delve into some of the incredible offerings provided by WJT Scholar, including Qesher, Schechter Institute, ASF Institute of Jewish Experience, and Limmud.
London and Jews: A History Intertwined
London town is famous for its stunning architecture, diverse food culture, and a highly praised theater scene. In addition to all of these attractive features London hosts the largest Jewish community in the country. Since the 11th century Jews have called this metropolis home. Despite a few ups and downs the community has managed to become one of the most prosperous and respected in the world.
From Acceptance, Rejection, and Resettlement: Jewish History in England
While the exact date of arrival of Jews to England is debated historians can all agree that the first written mention of Jews was in 1066. After the Saxon conquest of England Jews from Rouen made their way to London attracted by the economic opportunities. With all this good fortune it is no surprise that London also had a flourishing Jewish intellectual life. This was noticed by Jewish Torah...