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Bombay: exploring the Jewish urban heritage

“…there is virtually no civilization that does not have a Jewish component just as there is no Jewish civilization that does not bear the mark of another culture.”
  Abba Eban



The Rothberg International School Library invites you to a lecture by Dr. Shaul Sapir:



Bombay :

exploring the Jewish urban heritage



When: November 28th at 11:00

Where:  Rothberg Library



Dr. Shaul Sapir taught historical geography at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem from 1975-2011. During his sabbaticals he also lectured at the University College, London. Dr. Sapir has published numerous articles on a wide range of subjects, mainly focusing on Jerusalem through the ages and on the land of Israel during the Modern Era.

Dr. Sapir immigrated to Israel in the 1960s from India but always desired to return to the city of his birth – Bombay. This book is the product of eight long years of research.



Please confirm attendance at by Nov. 24th

Refreshments will be served.

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