Events Schedule: January – March 2017

Events Schedule: January – March 2017

 

Thursday, 5 January at 19:00

At the Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem

Guest lecture: Prof. Christian Wiese, University of Frankfurt/Main

Spiritual Resistance in Dark Times: Leo Baeck as a Scholar and Representative of German Jewry in Nazi Germany

The lecture will be delivered in English

8-10 January 2017

The Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Mount Scopus Campus

Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem

International Conference: “Into Life”

Franz Rosenzweig on Knowledge, Aesthetics and Politics

Organized by the Franz Rosenzweig Minerva Center at the Hebrew University; the Martin Buber Society of Fellows in the Humanities at the Hebrew University; and the Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem

For further details please access the institute’s site: www.leobaeck.org

Monday, 16 January 2017at 19:00

Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem

Literary Cabaret:

Deutsche Sprachkultur in Palästina/Israel (eds. Andreas Kilcher/Eva Edelmann-Ohler, in cooperation with Henry Wassermann)

With:

Professor Emeritus Henry Wassermann, The Open University

Dr. Lina Baruch, Franz Rosenzweig Minerva Center

And the author, Prof. Andreas Kilcher, ETH Zurich

The evening will be held in Hebrew and English

Wednesday 1 February 2017, 09:00 – 17:00

Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem

Annual Workshop of the Israeli Forum for German History and Culture

Studies currently conducted by research students at various stages will be presented at the workshop

Each presentation will be followed by a response from a leading scholar in the field

For further details please access the institute’s site: www.leobaeck.org

Monday, 6 March 2017

Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem

Launch of the New Jewish Almanac, Music

With:

Dr. Gisella Deckes, Editor of the Almanac

Mr. David Witzthum, Member of the Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem executive; Israel Television Channel 1

Dr. Irit Jungermann, Haifa University

Sunday – Tuesday, 12 -14 February 2017

The Hebrew University in Jerusalem

Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem

500 Years of Reformation

Jews and Protestants – Judaism and Protestantism

Annual International Conference of the Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem]

Marking the 500th anniversary of the publication of  the founder of Protestantism Martin Luther’s “95 theses” in 1517. The conference will address the evolution of the relations from the time of the reformation up to the twentieth century, viewing the reformation as an trans-national phenomenon that took place in Germany, Europe and the New World

Tuesday, 12 -14 February 2017

Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem

Luther, Bach and the Jews

Opening remarks:

Prof. Shmuel Feiner, Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem; Bar Ilan University

With:

Dr. Aya Elyada, Koebner Institute, Hebrew University

Prof. Ruth HaCohen Pinczover, Hebrew University; Martin Buber Society of Fellows at the Hebrew University

Prof. Moshe Sluhovsky, Hebrew University

Prof. Lars Fisher, Centre for the Study of Jewish-Christian Relations, Cambridge

Mr. David Witzthum, Member of the Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem Executive

 

 

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