by Dr. Jack Omer-Jackaman, Kings College London
Dr Jack Omer-Jackaman is a historian of Modern Anglo-Jewry. He was awarded his PhD from King’s College London and writes regularly on Anglo-Jewry, Zionism and antisemitism. His first book, Caught Somewhere Between Zion and Galut: The Impact of Zionism and Israel on Anglo-Jewry’s Identity, 1948-1982 is released by Vallentine Mitchell on October 11th 2018. He has recently been appointed as Executive Director of Oasis of Peace UK, a UK charity promoting the work and ideals of the unique Israeli community Wahat al-Salam – Neve Shalom.
Reception from 6.30pm: Roberts Building foyer
Lecture at 7.00pm: David Davies Lecture Theatre G08, Roberts Building
Entrance to both via UCL Roberts Building, Malet Place WC1E 7JE
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