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Open for Registration: Online Programme 22 November 2021featured

By AEJM / Ana Cahen-Eden on

Dear all, You can now sign up for the one-day online alternative to the postponed AEJM Annual Conference of 2021. There will be no need to purchase a ticket for this event – the programme we offer is free of charge for AEJM members as well as for external guests wishing to join us. The Annual General Meeting for AEJM members will take a similar form as last year in the afternoon. Registration for the event is required and is open until Friday, 12 November. Register here. The AEJM Annual Conference 2021 has been postponed to the first half of 2022.  View the programme here.

  1. Update from the Jewish Museum London

    By AEJM / Ana Cahen-Eden on

    In March 2020, just as Covid-19 arrived in the UK, the Jewish Museum London announced its new Interim Director, Frances Jeens. The Museum quickly… | Read more »

  2. Confronting Antisemitism: Activating Archives, Libraries, and Museums in the Fight Against Antisemitism

    By AEJM / Ana Cahen-Eden on

    Presented by: Center for Jewish History & jMUSE Date: Sunday, October 17, 2021. Location: Online International Symposium Confronting Antisemitism’s unprecedented, public, international gathering of cultural leaders, scholars, and… | Read more »

  3. Jewish Soldiers & Fighters in WWII

    By AEJM / Ana Cahen-Eden on

    Organised by: The Blavatnik Archive Foundation & jMUSE Dates: November 14-15, 2021 Location: Online International Virtual Conference Amidst the bloodshed and destruction of World… | Read more »

Kaunas 1941 - A photographic intallation by Rainer Viertlböck in the foyer of the Jewish Museum Munich

On display at Jewish Museum Munich
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Since 2016, the photographer Rainer Viertlböck, the recipient of numerous awards, has taken on the task of capturing all concentration camps with his camera, as well as their satellite camps and many execution sites, under the working title “Structures of Extermination.” The images convey the scope of the Nazi camp and extermination system in an impressive way. With this project, Viertlböck records these places and their conversions, their oblivion and their suppression and thus preserves the last remaining traces of their history. In an installation in the foyer of the Jewish Museum Munich Viertlböck is now showing two powerful works on “Fort IX” in Kaunas. In October 1941, the national socialist government began systematic deportations of people to the so called eastern territories of the German Reich. This concerned people who were considered as Jews according to national socialist racial ideology. The first of such transports in Munich left on November 20th, 1941 from… | Read more »

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  • contemporary art
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  1. In the Labyrinth of the Times: with Mordechai W. Bernstein through 1700 years of German-Jewish History

    On display at Jewish Museum Munich
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    • history
    • architecture
    • religion
    • etnography
    • post war history
    • cultural history
    • judaica
    • community
    • holocaust
    • art
    • heritage
  2. Max Frankenburger (1860—1943): Bicycle pioneer and independent scholar

    On display at Jewish Museum Munich
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    • heritage
    • art
    • history
    • design
    • decorative arts
    • 19th century
    • cultural history