German Jewish Cultures

German Jewish Cultures — Book Series (Indiana Univ. Press) This series provides a forum for cutting-edge scholarship at the intersections of Jewish and German studies. In recognition of the diversification and increasingly interdisciplinary nature of Jewish studies, this new series seeks to expand the traditional purview of German-Jewish studies by welcoming contributions from across the […]

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Call for Manuscripts – New Book Series “German Jewish Cultures”

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 […]

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 Moses Mendelssohn – The German-Jewish Icon of Modernity (1780s-2019)

Prof Richard I. Cohen  (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel) 6.30pm, 14 February 2019   Moses Mendelssohn has engaged artists of Jewish and non-Jewish origin from his lifetime until today. The lecture will show how, over this long period, Mendelssohn has been turned into the icon of German-Jewish modernity by being represented in a myriad of […]

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