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Due to a date collision we have postponed the CEP 2022 to November 14th – 18th. New deadline for registration: August 15th. Confirmation of participation will be sent out by the end of August. Hopefully this change of date will not prevent anyone who has already registered from re-applying and attending; please register again so we can be certain who will be attending on the new dates in November. We thank you for your understanding. Visit the CEP 2022 page to view the preliminary programme outline and to register.   Picture: Votava © Jewish Museum Vienna

  1. Livestream: Annual Conference 2022

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    Join us for live discussions and Q&A’s The livestream can be accessed via the following links: Sunday 19 June, 14:00 CET – Livestream Day I… | Read more »

  2. MEST: Oslo Seminar

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    The AEJM MEST Seminar 2022 for museum educators will take place from 24 until 26 October in Oslo, Norway. The programme hosted by our… | Read more »

  3. MEST: I ASK Training Programme

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    This spring and summer, MEST offers an extensive hybrid training course of the I ASK pedagogical method. I ASK is a practical, step-by-step method… | Read more »

Sweet Home Sweet: A Story of Survival, Memory, and Returns

On display at Galicia Jewish Museum
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When my father was in the Kraków ghetto he was still taking photos, and those photos were buried in Płaszów and discovered after the war, he hid them in a pickle jar, a glass pickle jar in Płaszów… So I sat with him in his home with these photographs and I asked him who everyone was in the photo… and he told me. He remembered their names, he remembered if they survived the war, he remembered everything about them. —Michelle Ores “Sweet Home Sweet: A Story of Survival, Memory, and Returns”, is devoted to three generations of the Ores family and their relationship to Poland. The exhibition explores how Holocaust memory and narratives are transmitted through the generations, and how the children and grandchildren of survivors engage with contemporary Poland. Oskar Ryszard Ores, known as Richard, was born in Kraków in 1923, into an assimilated Jewish family. His father held several jobs and his… | Read more »

  • post war history
  • ephemera
  • photography
  • holocaust
  • history
  • social history
  • film/video
  1. Heidi in Israel. Searching for Traces

    On display at Jewish Museum Munich
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    • manuscripts
    • art
    • post war history
    • film/video
    • 19th century
    • drawing & prints
    • heritage
    • contemporary art
  2. What’s Cooking? Jewish Culinary Culture

    On display at POLIN Museum of the History of the Polish Jews
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    • social history
    • community
    • post war history
    • history
    • cultural history
    • heritage
    • contemporary art