We are happy to announce that the recording of the third lecture in the series, Prof. Yfaat Weiss ‘Political Sovereignty and Cultural Property: The Mount Scopus Enclave in Jerusalem’ is now online.
The Leo Baeck Institute is happy to announce its second workshop of the Leo Baeck Fellowship Programme 2015/16 from 10th – 13th July 2016 in Freudental, Germany.
The Leo Baeck Fellowship is an international fellowship programme aimed at PhD candidates researching the history and culture of German-speaking Jewry. Every year, in cooperation with the Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes, the Leo Baeck Institute London offers to up to twelve doctoral candidates the opportunity to spend a year working on research at the location of their choice. In addition to financial support, the fellowship programme offers its young researchers academic assistance through regularly held workshops, seminars and conferences.
For more information on the workshop in Freudental click on the leaflet below.
For more information on the Leo Baeck Fellowship Programme, click here.
European Leo Baeck Institute Lecture Series 2015/2016: ‘The Politics of Land. Archaeology, Architecture and City Planning in Israel’
We are happy to announce that the recording of the fourth and final lecture in the series, Dr Wendy Pullan’s ‘In the Shadow of the Wall: Icon and Identity in Jerusalem’s Separation Barrier’ is now online.
To listen, please click here.
THE POLITICS OF LAND. ARCHAEOLOGY, ARCHITECTURE AND CITY PLANNING IN ISRAEL
A lecture series organised by the Leo Baeck Institute London in cooperation with the German Historical Institute.
This season’s theme intends to approach its broad subject via a spectrum of political, legal and cultural perspectives. We will examine more closely how the realities of ‘land’ or ‘territory’ impact on the daily lives of Israeli and foreign citizens living in the State of Israel, be they Israeli, Palestinian, Jewish, Muslim or Christian.
Please refer for more information on the lecture series to the leaflet here.
The fourth and final lecture:
Dr Wendy Pullan (University of Cambridge)
‘In the Shadow of the Wall:
Icon and Identity in Jerusalem’s Separation Barrier’
German Historical Institute
6.30pm, 14th April 2016
Crime and Punishment – Four German-Jewish Variations
by Dr Daniel Wildmann (Director, Leo Baeck Institute London and Senior Lecturer in History, Queen Mary University of London)
Spring Term 2016 at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Dr Wildmann is a Lady Davis Visiting Professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
A lecture series organised by the Franz Rosenzweig Minerva Research Center for German-Jewish Literature and Cultural History, the Avraham Harman Institute of Contemporary Jewry, the Richard Koebner Minerva Center for German History and the Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem.
The lecture series will examine how film uses emotions to convey moral values. What is at stake when Jewish characters are at the centre of the plot? What do we learn about the place of Jews and Judaism in German society? And last but not least: What do we learn in films about Nazi Germany when these films discuss issues of moral judgment and justice?
For more information on the lecture series click on the leaflet below.