Italian Jews Between Segregation and Emancipation (1849-1871). The Jewish Museum of Rome opens a magnificent exhibition dedicated to the period that goes from the second Roman Republic to the annexation of Rome to unified Italy: Seventy works of art including rarely seen paintings, drawings, etchings and photographs that will remain on view until May 27, 2022. Curated by Francesco Leone and Giorgia Calò. Catalogue by Gangemi Editore. Image: Gerolamo Induno, Girl from Trastevere killed by a bomb, 1850. We are please to publish the preface by the Chief Rabbi of Rome, Rav Riccardo Di Segni.