Society for Crypto-Judaic Studies will hold its Twelfth Annual
Conference in San Diego, CA, August 11-13. In accordance with
its tradition, the Conference will feature presentations by historians,
anthropologists and other scholars reflecting their latest research,
as well as by descendants of anusim from various parts of the
Hispanic and Portuguese world.
|| This year's venue will be
the Marriott Mission Valley Hotel in San Diego, CA. Registration
fee for SCJS members will be $115.00, and $140.00 for non-members.
The hotel is offering a special Conference rate of $89.00 for
a single, double, or triple room.
For further information, contact Gloria Trujillo, 2000
Avenida Cé sar Chávez, Monterey Park, CA, 91754,
or at GTRUJ@aol.com.
Do you have BOOKS, ART and such that are no longer meaningful
and you have long wondered why haven't I moved them out out
of my life? Well the NMJHS to the rescue.
On SATURDAY AUGUST 31ST and SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 1ST the Society
will hold it's first annual Book and Art sale at Wild Oats Market
Community Room an St. Francis Drive. Please note that professional
appraisals for donations will be availabe prior to the event.
The sale will be fun, a fundraiser and is open to the public.
So search the garage, the closets, the storage unit and all other
stashed places and give us a call at (505) 348-4471 or e- mail
email@example.com. There are drop off locations in both
Santa Fe and Albuquerque.
|t its March meeting,
the NMJHS Board of Directors unanimously voted to formally donate
its archival collection to the New Mexico Records Center and
Archives in Santa Fe. The papers had been on loan to the State
Archives by means of a series of temporary loan agreements for
over a decade.
Initiated in 1986, the collection consists of private papers
relating to nineteenth-century Jewish pioneers, as well as later
immigrants to New Mexico, photographs, videos, and the official
papers of the Society. Books dealing with histori
||cal topics will be donated to the Southwest
Room of the New Mexico State Library, while all other books will
go to the Fray Angelico Chávez History Library of the
Museum of New Mexico.
The formal presentation of the archival collection will
take place at the NMJHS Archives Reception, Thursday May 2, from
11:30 to 1:30 at the New Mexico Records Center and Archives,
1205 Camino Carlos Rey in Santa Fe. We hope to see Society members
and guests there. Come socialize at 11:30, then at 12:00
see and hear about our collection. You will be intrigued by
something that has been hidden for years.