German SIG #Germany German-Jewish Program Events in Salt Lake City at the IAJGS Conference #germany


Jeanette R Rosenberg OBE
 

GerSIG looks forward to welcoming everyone researching their German Jewish
Family History at the forthcoming IAJGS Conference in Salt Lake City.

Events of German-Jewish interest are:

1. Tuesday July 29 >from 4.45 to 6pm, >from Germany to North America
in the 19th Century - The Bavarian Example by Ekkehard Huebschmann.

2. Wednesday July 30 >from 10.30 to 11.45am, World War I: Airman
Julian Spiegel and his flying comrades by Karen Franklin.

3. Wednesday July 30 >from 3.15 to 4.30pm, How did Jews get to
Europe by Avraham Groll.

4. Thursday July 31 >from 9.00 to 10.15am, A Hundred Germanies by
Roger Lustig

5. Thursday July 31 >from 10.30 to 11.45am, Archives and Genealogy:
Utilising the Leo Baeck Institute in support of German-Jewish Family
Research by William Weitzer.

6. Thursday July 31, >from 12.00 to 1.30pm GerSIG Luncheon.
(Please note this is a charged for event. $$$) The Impact of
Digitization on Genealogical Research: DigiBaeck as a Case Study by
William Weitzer.

7. Thursday July 31, >from 1.45 to 3.00pm, GerSIG Business Meeting
with Directors Nancy Adelson, Roger Lustig and Jeanette Rosenberg.

8. Thursday July 31, >from 4.45 to 6.00pm, Restitution and
Compensation Files in West German Archives by Ekkehard Huebschmann.

GerSIG will also be at the Share Fair, please stop by to say hello at
our table on Sunday afternoon.
For those GerSIG members not able to join us at the conference, I will
be posting daily highlights emails to the GerSIG list.

Jeanette Rosenberg, London UK
GerSIG Director and GerSIG lead for conference arrangements
<jeanette.r.rosenberg@googlemail.com>
[also see: http://conference.iajgs.org/2014/program_schedule.cfm ]