First-ever talk with speech-to-text at Jewish Museum
Interested to find out how the life of Jewish people has changed over the last 100 years? Then why not come along to this fascinating talk with speech-to-text transcription at the Jewish Museum at 2.30pm on Thursday 28 June.
Would our Grandparents Recognise the People We Are? will take a look at the earliest history of Jews in the UK and how conditions, attitudes and preoccupations have altered during that time. Concentrating mainly on the last century or so, this exciting talk will compare the exhibits in the Jewish Museum to current experience and consider what that tells us about what British Jews have lost and gained.
The talk is presented by LJCC Scholar in Residence Clive Lawton who is also a magistrate in Haringey, Senior Consultant to Limmud, a freelance management and educational consultant. His creative style of teaching makes him one of our most popular lecturers.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 020 7284 7384
Venue: Jewish Museum, Raymond Burton House, 129-131 Albert Street, London NW1 7NB
Tickets should be booked in advance and cost £7.00.
Photo credit: Interior of a tailoring workshop in Christian Street in London’s East End, c.1913
© Jewish Museum, London
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