Category Archives: Memory

HJHA Exhibit in the RMC

By Amanda Lopatin, HJHA Intern The RMC (Rice Memorial Center) is the hub of campus life for Rice students, featuring Coffeehouse, the campus bookstore, Willy’s Pub, and now, an HJHA exhibit!  The exhibit, entitled “Bagels and BBQ: A Taste of … Continue reading

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Houston Jews on the Homefront

By Katie Webber, HJHA Intern Over the past few weeks I’ve been sorting through a box we’ve recently acquired from Beth Yeshurun. This collection is special because it is the remaining pieces from Beth El Synagogue, a synagogue which later … Continue reading

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Eulogies, Memory, and Archive

By Katie Webber, HJHA Intern An important part of the function of memory is to collectively share the past with one another. History does not live within the pages of books, but in the stories we tell to one another. … Continue reading

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