60th Anniversary

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The Series: Jews in Germany – German Jews – German-Jewish. A Paradigm for Hyphenated Identities Revisited

Our series on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the founding of the Institute,titled ‘Jews in Germany - German Jews - German-Jewish. A Paradigm for Hyphenated Identities Revisited’, with events scheduled in Israel and Berlin, and funded by the Robert Bosch Foundation and the German Federal Ministry of Interior, engages with the classic question [...]

By | 2016-12-20T15:44:57+00:00 May 24th, 2016|60th Anniversary|Comments Off on The Series: Jews in Germany – German Jews – German-Jewish. A Paradigm for Hyphenated Identities Revisited

Displaced persons, Migrants, Refugees, Citizens – A Discourse of Identities

   A symposium concluding the events marking the 60th anniversary of the Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem and the 50th anniversary of relations between Germany and Israel. In conjunction with the Association of Jews of Central European Origin and the Tefen Museum of German-speaking Jewry In the presence of the German Deputy Ambassador to [...]

By | 2016-05-25T10:36:11+00:00 March 12th, 2016|60th Anniversary|Comments Off on Displaced persons, Migrants, Refugees, Citizens – A Discourse of Identities

Israelis in Berlin: The Secret of Berlin’s Fascination for Israelis, and how they Deal with its Past

Part of the series: Jews in Germany, German-Jews, Judaism-Germanism: A Paradigm of Identities – a Reevaluation with the support of the Robert Bosch Stiftung Opening remarks: Prof. Fania Oz-Salzberger, Haifa University Author of the book Israelis, Berlin (2001), which placed the issue of Israelis in Germany on the public agenda Dr. Ofri Ilani, Ben Gurion [...]

By | 2016-02-25T10:35:42+00:00 February 25th, 2016|60th Anniversary|Comments Off on Israelis in Berlin: The Secret of Berlin’s Fascination for Israelis, and how they Deal with its Past

Representations of Jews in German Cinema after 1945

Jews in Germany, Jews – Germans, Judaism – Germanism:A paradigm of identities – a reevaluation A series of events supported by the Robert Bosch Foundation   With: Ofer Ashkenazi, Koebner Center of German History at the Hebrew University David Witzthum, Leo Baeck Institute, Jerusalem Hilla Lavie, Koebner Center of German History at the Hebrew University [...]

By | 2016-12-20T15:45:04+00:00 November 8th, 2015|60th Anniversary, Events|Comments Off on Representations of Jews in German Cinema after 1945

Berlin as a stage for Hyphenated Identities: Jews, Others and Israelis in Berlin

Chair: David Witzthum Introduction: Prof. Shulamith Volkov, Tel Aviv University   Panel and Discussion with: Dr. Yael Almog, Zentrum für Literatur- und Kulturforschung, Berlin Dr. Dimitrij Belkin, Historian, Curator, Publicist Dr. Yael Kupferberg, Literature Scholar, University Potsdam Dr. Hazel Rosenstrauch, Cultural Historian and Journalist   Venue: Center for Jewish Studies, Sophienstr. 22A, Berlin Tuesday, 7 [...]

By | 2015-11-30T12:43:06+00:00 July 7th, 2015|60th Anniversary|Comments Off on Berlin as a stage for Hyphenated Identities: Jews, Others and Israelis in Berlin

A Talk about Theater in German-Jewish Culture

With: playwright Mr. Yehoshua Sobol            Prof. Freddy Rokem, Tel Aviv University            Readings by: Amir Farjun and Yael Mutsafi   Thursday, 21st May, 2015 at 19:30, At the Leo Baeck Institute in Jerusalem

By | 2016-12-20T15:45:10+00:00 May 21st, 2015|60th Anniversary|Comments Off on A Talk about Theater in German-Jewish Culture

The Leo Baeck Institute Celebrates 60 Years at Mishkenot Shaananim

The Leo Baeck Institute is Marking its 60th Anniversary The Jerusalem Leo Baeck Institute is holding a series of gatherings: Jews in Germany, Jews – Germans, Judaism – Germanism: A paradigm of hyphenated identities – a reevaluation Supported by the Robert Bosch Foundation   16.3.15 Opening Event: 19:00 – Gathering 19:30   Opening Remarks: Prof. [...]

By | 2016-12-20T15:45:13+00:00 March 15th, 2015|60th Anniversary, Events|Comments Off on The Leo Baeck Institute Celebrates 60 Years at Mishkenot Shaananim