It’s time for another meeting of UJGS. We began 2013 with a Library Research Night that was well attended. Now, we’re heading back to the JCC for a presentation meeting.
Joining us to speak is Jeanette Rosenberg. Her topic: Where I’ve Been and What I’ve Found.
Jeanette will present about her genealogy research visits to Germany and elsewhere, giving some case studies drawn from her personal research. These will give examples of the sources others can consider using for their own research.
The meeting will take place on Tuesday, March 19th, from 7-9pm at the JCC. More information can be found on our meetings web page.
Everyone is welcome to the meeting, or you may attend by webinar. Registration is required for webinar attendance.
(This will be our first webinar broadcast from the JCC. We won’t be able to test our technology in advance of the meeting, so if anything goes wrong with the webinar, we will find some way to record the session and make it available to those who were registered.)
More about our speaker. Jeanette Rosenberg is a professional genealogist and member of AGRA (Association of Genealogists and Researchers in Archives) and holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Genealogical Studies from Strathclyde University. She’s a frequent researcher at archives in Germany, where she’s participated in local history seminars. Jeanette is also a popular Jewish genealogy speaker around the UK. She was appointed a GerSig Director in 2009 and leads for JGS Great Britain on Education and Mentoring, managing exhibitions, and is chair of the German SIG.