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Opening Oxford to the World

Until June 1871, full membership of the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, and Durham was confined to members of the Church of England. But the Universities

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Jewish Treasures in Oxford

Bodleian Libraries There are many rare, beautiful and scholarly valuable Hebrew and Jewish manuscripts in the Bodleian Library and the libraries of the colleges of

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Artefacts & Vestments Exhibition

As Part of the 175th Anniversary Programme and in conjunction with the erection and dedication of the NEW Ark, an exhibition of Artefacts and Vestments

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Dedication of the New Ark

As Part of the 175th Anniversary Programme a special Service to celebrate the erection and dedication of the new Ark was held in front of

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Soapbox City 2014

Pam Manix from the Oxford Preservation Trust and the Oxford Jewish Heritage Committee talks about the forgotten stories that shaped Oxford. Really fascinating and moving

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Simon Schama Articles in the JC

These articles, which were published in the New Year Supplement September 2013,  are available to read by clicking on the names below and downloading them

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