Scroll down for the videos, podcasts and other digital media that the Museum’s been involved with over the years.
Museum at Eldridge Street Profile
A Landmark Restoration
Interviews with our Architect and Artisans
Kiki Smith and Deborah Gans
A New Stained Glass Artwork for a Historic Site
125th Anniversary Video
The History of the Eldridge Street Synagogue
What was it like to be a Jewish immigrant in America 100 years ago? What sites, sounds, and tastes were found on the Lower East Side? How did the America affect religious practice? Hear from Jewish history scholars who participated in the Museum at Eldridge Street’s Lower East Side history podcasts.
Judaism Survives Migration to America – with Dr. Daniel Soyer
Preservation Choices – with Dr. Samuel Gruber
The Museum at Eldridge Street’s Academic Angles educational series was supported by the Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation, Inc., Alan B. Slifka Foundation, National Endowment for the Humanities, New York Council for the Humanities, and the Charles and Mildred Schnurmacher Foundation. Any views, findings, conclusions and recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities or the other funders.
Love & Marriage on the Lower East Side – with Dr. Annie Polland
Are you interested in Lower East Side Immigrant History? Read articles from leading Jewish history and preservation scholars Marilyn Chiat, Samuel Gruber, Jeffrey Gurock, Tony Michels, Deborah Dash Moore, Riv-Ellen Prell, Jeffrey Shandler and Daniel Soyer, who participated in the Museum at Eldridge Street’s “Academic Angles” lecture series and walking tours. Learn about Jewish immigrants’ encounter with America and ways they practiced and preserved their religious traditions.
- Golden Medine, Treyfene Medine: Judaism Survives Migration to America, Dr. Daniel Soyer
- The Meanings of Migration: American Jews, Eldridge Street and Neighborhoods, Dr. Deborah Dash Moore