The Leo Baeck Institute for the Study of the History and Culture of German-speaking Jewry is delighted to announce its 2017 Year Book Essay Prize. The Leo Baeck Institute Year Book is a fully refereed Oxford journal and covers cultural, social, and economic history. Appearing annually since 1956, it has become the field’s central and most comprehensive publication.
The Leo Baeck Institute Year Book Essay Prize was established to
• Stimulate new research on the history and culture of German-speaking Jewry
• Promote young researchers in the field
The essay can be on any topic on the history and culture of German-speaking Central European Jewry from early modern times through to the post-war period and present.
Please note that the Leo Baeck Institute London will be closed on 14th and 23rd September 2015 due to the Jewish holidays.
German History Society Annual Conference
Opening keynote lecture Prof Dan Diner
Dr Daniel Wildmann (Acting Director Leo Baeck Institute London) and Prof Elizabeth Harvey (Chair German History Society) are delighted to invite you to a lecture by
Prof Dan Diner (Hebrew University of Jerusalem):
Rites of Reserve: The German-Israeli Encounter in Luxemburg 1952
Prof Dan Diner’s lecture Rites of Reserve: The German-Israeli Encounter in Luxemburg 1952 is the opening keynote lecture for the German History Society Annual Conference 2015.
Thursday, 3 September 2015, 6:00 – 7:00 pm, German Historical Institute
The Leo Baeck Institute London is very happy to announce the launch of its German Jewish Cultures book series in collaboration with Indiana University Press.
The editors invite manuscripts for monographs dealing with topics of Jewish history and culture in and beyond the German-speaking world. Please refer to the flyer for more detailed information regarding submissions and submission guidelines.
Please feel free to get in touch should you require any further information. For contact details please see flyer.