The museum will remain closed beginning Wednesday 24th September and will be opened only on Sundays during the Winter and on other days for advance group and school appointments only. THE IRISH JEWISH MUSEUM WISH ALL FRIENDS AND VISITORS A VERY HAPPY, SWEET NEW YEAR 5775.
Louis had been a great friend to the museum and showed his films “No More Blooms” and “Grandpa Speak To Me In Russian” at the museum on various occasions. Most recently, he delivered the Annual Bloomsday Lecture with great gusto to a most appreciative audience. We will miss him greatly.
On Wednesday, 2nd July 2014 the Irish Jewish Museum (IJM) was recognised for high standards in the management of its Museum, the care of its collection and its visitor services by the Heritage Council of Ireland under the “Museum Standards Programme for Ireland” (MSPI). Michael Starrett, (Chief Executive of the Heritage Council) stated: “This programme […]
Yanky Fachler In this talk, writer, historian and broadcaster Yanky Fachler describes the history of Blood Libels, starting in Britain in the 12th century. 19th century Blood Libels helped fuel the birth of Zionism. Blood Libels persist into the modern day, with Arab and Islamic media making frequent references to it as if it were […]
The Allan-Chapkovski Brothers Samuel and Daniel will be joined by singers from the Herbert Lodge School of Music for an exciting musical delight. Sunday 24 August 2014 at 4.00pm Irish Jewish Museum 3 Walworth Road (off Victoria Street), Portobello, Dublin 8 Admission 12 euro | children 5 euro Tel: 085 […]
Although some scholars have acknowledged Briscoe’s leadership of the revisionist political mission to America, it has only been at a superficial level. Kevin McCarthy’s doctoral research, which was based on previously unavailable archival material in Israel, Great Britain and private family possession, shows that it was a complex and multi-faceted engagement. Aspects of his research […]