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Aviva dives into 2022 exploring the richness of modern Jewish culture through reading Israeli, European and American literature.

Aviva Dautch is the Executive Director of Jewish Renaissance, the UK's Jewish arts magazine. She is a published poet, has a PhD in literature and lectures on modern Jewish literature weekly at JW3. She is a regular contributor to courses and programmes for the British Library, British Museum and BBC Radio 4 and LSJS.

13 Jan:  The Natanyahus by Joshua Cohen [online only]
20 Jan:  Operation Mincemeat by Ben McIntyre [online only]
27 Jan: Letters to Camondo by Edmund de Waal [online only]
3 Feb:  In Memory of Memory by Maria Stepanova 
10 Feb: People Love Dead Jews by Dara Horn 
17 Feb: No class (half term) 
24 Feb: More Than I Love My Life by David Grossman 
3 Mar:  Henna House by Nomi Eve 
10 Mar:  The Women of Rothschild by Natalie Livingstone 
17 Mar:  Purim Special: Portrayals of Esther and Vashti in Art and Literature 
24 Mar:  The Secret Purposes by David Baddiel 

NB: This series will take place both in the building and online. To attend in person, click the "Book Now" button on this page. To attend online, click the button below.

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This series will take place both in the building and online (the sessions in January will be online only). To attend in person, click the "Book Now" button on this page. To attend online, click the button below.

There will be no class on 17 February.

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£10 per session or £140 for the series

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