12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --The Center for Jewish History is pleased to announce a $2.
What does CJH stand for?
CJH stands for Center for Jewish History
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We have 11 other meanings of CJH in our Acronym Attic
- Christopher James Gold Corp. (Canada)
- Club Jeune Génération (French: Young Generation Club)
- Club Jules Gonin (Switzerland)
- Contemporary Japan Group (Institute of Social Science; Japan)
- Canadian Junior Golf Association
- Colorado Junior Golf Association (est. 1985)
- Calgary Japanese Gospel Church (Calgary, Canada)
- Canadian Journal of Herbalism
- Canadian Journal of History
- Carson Junior High (Mesa, AZ)
- Centerville Junior High (Centerville, Utah)
- Citigroup Japan Holdings
- Club des Jeunes d'Hemptinne (French: Hemptinne Youth Club; Hemptinne, Belgium)
- Columbia Junior High (Tacoma, WA)
- Compagnons des Jours Heureux (French recreation center)
- Central Jersey Horseman's Association (Farmingdale, NJ)
- Cooperation in the fields of Justice and Home Affairs
- Camp John Hay Development Corp. (Baguio City, Phillipines; architecture and design industry)
- Canadian Journal of Higher Education
- Club des Jeunes Handlers de France (French: Young Handlers Club of France)
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Visitors to the Center for Jewish History in New York can see digitized versions.
NARA and the Center for Jewish History, a New York-based nonprofit group, are using the photos to catalog the collection.
8) David Ruderman, "Jewish Studies A Remarkable Success Story," Proceedings of Jewish Cultural Awards In Scholarship (New York: Center For Jewish History, June 6, 2004), 20.
Smaller versions of the show traveled to the Cincinnati Museum Center and New York's Center for Jewish History.
Recent "Dialogue" guests at the Center for Jewish History have included Theodore Bikel and Tony Randall.
9, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Center for Jewish History launches a two-day conference this afternoon in which global leaders in the digital humanities will explore and discuss the intersection and future of scholarship and technology.
Jerusalem: Zalman Shazar Center for Jewish History, 2008.