THESE ARE SOME APPRECIATION LETTERS WE HAVE RECEIVED OVER THE YEARS
I’d just like to express my gratitude and appreciation to Nitza and Robin Spiro for the platform recently made available to me by the Spiro Ark to deliver a lecture of interest and importance to the Jewish community.
The lead-up to the event was incredibly smooth thanks to the conscientious
Middlesex University is delighted to be associated with the Spiro Ark. After the successful establishment of the Spiro Ark at the University’s Hendon Campus this year we are now planning a number of collaborative initiatives, building on the extensive and successful programme of adults and continuing education which the Spiro
All praise belongs to one person and one person alone and her name is Nitza Spiro. You enthuse those around you and your approach is infectious. It is as simple as that.
…I an delighted the Hebrew University has appreciated the significance for British and American jewry of Robin Spiro’s exciting educational project and you’d enjoy hearing something about it directly from him.
I think the University is going to get a lot of credit out of the project and
“Nitza and Robin have always been incredibly supportive of me. They gave me a book launch for my first book on Hebrew surrealism, and recently one for my second book on Waltz with Bashir. They are always very warm and treat me like a member of their family. I hope
I presented a lecture on “The Archaeology of Qumran and the Dead Sea Scrolls” for the Spiro Ark. It was well-organized – all of the technological arrangements had been made as per my request – and well-attended. The fascinated audience stayed long after the lecture for discussion, questions and answers.
I would like to take this opportunity to express my appreciation for everything that Nitza and Robin have done – and continue to do – for the Anglo-Jewish Community. Their pioneering and innovative programmes were directly responsible for the flowering of adult Jewish learning in London.
I was always so inspired by your work. Having been involved in organizations all my life, I really felt for you both when I read about your separation from the institute and wanted just to take the opportunity to tell you so. You did a brilliant job-no other word for
Modern Jewish History in relation to Modern World History unfolds a fascinating yes terrifying story. This is a subject for the very young, for the not so young, for the jew and for the Gentile. For me, it was totally refreshing to be in an academic learning situation, once again
This course is perfectly designed to meet the very real need for a balanced and thorough understanding of our Jewish history and heritage. As a new student of this course I can vouch that like all good cures the benefits is felt after the very first dose-and happily the medicine