Exhibition: Networks of Knowledge

The exhibition “Networks of Knowledge” puts the spotlight on the institute’s Library and Pamphlet collection and presents for the first time some highlights from this resource to the public. The Leo Baeck Institute’s Library is a rich scholarly resource, with many...

Morgenländischer Glanz

Eine deutsche jüdische Literaturgeschichte (1750–1850)     We are delighted to announce that Morgenländischer Glanz. Eine deutsche jüdische Literaturgeschichte (1750–1850) by Kathrin Wittler has been published recently in the Schriftenreihe...

Leo Baeck Institute Lecture Series London, 2018/19

Seeing Jews in Art: Networks, Fantasies and Dreams A lecture series organised by the Leo Baeck Institute London in cooperation with the German Historical Institute London. This season’s topic will explore the agency of Jews within the networks shaping visual culture....

The Jewish Economic Elite

Making Modern Europe We are delighted to announce that The Jewish Economic Elite. Making Modern Europe by Cornelia Aust has been published recently as part of our German Jewish Cultures book series. In this rich transnational history, Cornelia Aust traces Jewish...

Jewish Difference and the Arts in Vienna

Composing Compassion in Music and Biblical Theater We are very pleased to announce that Jewish Difference and the Arts in Vienna. Composing Compassion in Music and Biblical Theater  by Caroline A. Kita has been published recently as part of our German Jewish Cultures...