Talks

Our museum auditorium seats 55 and though we make every effort to accommodate walk-ins, sometimes we are unable to seat everyone.  

For paid programs it is strongly advised to order tickets early online. Some free programs require an RSVP and some are available on a first-come, first-served basis without an RSVP. Check with the event page for current information.

Doors open to the public a half hour before a program begins.


Lecture: Christopher Browning "From humanitarian relief to Holocaust rescue: Tracy Strong Jr. and the fate of Jewish refugees in southern France."

November 10,
Smith Ballroom, PSU, 7pm.
free and open to the public

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The Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education and the Holocaust and Genocide Studies Project at Portland State University are pleased to announce a talk with renowned Holocaust historian, Christopher Browning, titled "From humanitarian relief to Holocaust rescue: Tracy Strong Jr. and the fate of Jewish refugees in southern France.” This talk ties into the theme for the 2016-2017 HGS and OJMCHE partnership on global migrations and refugees historically and in the present day.
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"From humanitarian relief to Holocaust rescue: Tracy Strong Jr. and the fate of Jewish refugees in southern France."

The Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education and the Holocaust and Genocide Studies Project at Portland State University are pleased to announce a talk with renowned Holocaust historian, Christopher Browning, titled "From humanitarian relief to Holocaust rescue: Tracy Strong Jr. and the fate of Jewish refugees in southern France.” This talk ties into the theme for the 2016-2017 HGS and OJMCHE partnership on global migrations and refugees historically and in the present day. more »

Jewish Voices

December 5, 7pm at Literary Arts
925 SW Washington
Free and open to the public

Established in 1999, Jewish Voices is an annual event with readings by prominent Jewish poets and writers who share their work. This year the readings are happening at Literary Arts and the evening is led by Willa Schneberg. Writers include Tin House authors Harriet Fasenfest, Cari Luna, Jon Raymond, Robin Romm, and Stewart Holbrook Literary Legacy Award recipient Carla Perry and Willa Schneberg. Writers Cari Luna, Jon Raymond and Willa Schneberg are past Oregon Book Award winners. 2016 Jewish Voices is sponsored by the Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education. more »