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USF Launches Mapping Jewish San Francisco

HelloAri is proud to announce the launch of a new education website. USF approached us in September of 2021 with their project to publish these detailed historical studies of San Francisco Jewish communities. We worked closely with the researchers to refine the content and find simple ways to present the data in a clear and compelling format — on a very tight budget. As always, we leveraged the power of WordPress, the world’s most popular content management system. We assembled many pre-built pieces of code to streamline the process. These include plugins and themes as well as security and performance enhancements.

The University of San Francisco’s Swig Program in Jewish Studies and Social Justice’s new Jewish history resource is called Mapping Jewish San Francisco.

Mapping Jewish San Francisco is a new digital humanities project that takes a collaborative approach to examine the complex history and unique religious, cultural, and political identity of Jewish San Francisco. Top scholars and experts are contributing exhibitions to tell stories of the Jewish individuals and institutions that have shaped and are shaping the San Francisco Bay Area.

Along with other academic institutions, libraries, archives, and leading Jewish organizations, Mapping Jewish San Francisco aims to bring the past to life, making it possible to travel back in time to visually explore the rich Jewish history of the Bay Area.

The project presents two current exhibitions – Out of Egypt by Aaron J. Hahn Tapper and The House of Love and Prayer by Aaron J. Hahn Tapper, with a third one called Honoring Our Elders: Queer Jewish Lives in the Bay Area by Rabbi Camille Shira Angel soon to come.

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