News and Events

The Jewish Galicia and Bukovina Organization, in collaboration with the Leonid Nevzlin Research Center for Russian and East European Jewry at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, held an international conference addressing various aspects of the Galician historical experience and the cultural heritage of Galicia and Bukovina.

A new book by prof. Omer Bartov (Brown University).
Yale University Press, New Haven and London, 2022

A new volume of articles on the Jewish Enlightenment movement in Galicia

Edited by: Nathan Shifriss, Shmuel Finer, Chanan Gafni. Magnes Press, Jerusalem, 2022

Rare historic photographs of the demolished Old Jewish cemetery in Lviv: pictures gallery and documented tombstones

The JGB Organization is launching a new comprehensive project: research and documentation of Jewish cemeteries in Romanian Bukovina.

Tzvi Tal has just passed away in Jerusalem at the age of 94. One of Israel’s leading jurists in Israel and a Supreme Court justice, he presided over some of Israel’s most prominent legal cases in Israel in the 1980s and 1990s.

Unusual evidence from the 18th c. memoirs reveals a haunting and tragic story hidden behind the engraved epitaph of a tombstone, documented by JGB in Bolechiv

Our organization began formulating an outline for the production of an innovative and groundbreaking project: a wide ranging historical atlas characterizing the history of Galician and Bukovina Jewry from its inception until its destruction during the Holocaust, and beyond.
The purpose of the atlas is to present the centuries old history and cultural heritage of two important and influential communities of the Jewish people, Galicia and Bukovina. These communities will be presented, on one hand, against the background of Jewish history in general, and on the other, against general local history.