Jewish Book Week

4 - 6 March

Jewish Book Week returns to JW3 with a lively programme of lunchtime talks and interviews.

The Secret World 04 March 12.30pm

Christopher Andrew, the world’s leading historian of intelligence, presents a scintillating global account of three thousand years of spying.
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New Book of Middle Eastern 05 March 12.30pm

Legendary food writer Claudia Roden, exiled from Egypt in the ‘50s, was drawn to the subject of food through a desire to remember her lost heritage. Claudia has had a seismic impact on what and how we eat, and how we think about food.
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A Long Night in Paris 05 March 2.00pm

Former editor in chief of Haaretz and international best-selling author Dov Alfon discusses his electrifying novel, A Long Night in Paris.
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Survivor Café 06 March 12.30pm

As first hand survivors of many of the twentieth century's most monumental events—the Holocaust, Hiroshima, the Killing Fields—begin to pass away, Survivor Café addresses urgent questions: How do we carry those stories forward? How do we collectively ensure that the horrors of the past are not forgotten?
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The Cut Out Girl 13 March 8pm

Bart van Es’s The Cut Out Girl, described by Philippe Sands as ‘luminous, elegant, haunting’, tells the true story of the author’s grandparents, and the young girl they fostered to hide her from the Nazis in occupied Holland.

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