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Transitions – The Jewish Diaspora in Europe Symposiumfeatured

By Jewish Museum Frankfurt on

Click here to view the flyer The past ten years have seen attacks on Jewish institutions in various European cities, and Jews have been verbally, symbolically and physically attacked with violence. At the same time, in many places, Jews have been increasingly vocal in demanding an accepted role in their home societies. Against this backdrop, the Jewish Museum Frankfurt aims to examine Jewish life in Europe. The symposium reflects on the paradoxical developments characteristic of the European Jewish diaspora. On the one hand, Jewish life is increasingly at risk while organized membership of Jewish Communities is decreasing across Europe. On the other hand, growing numbers of young Jews are openly articulating their Jewishness, contributing to the increasing visibility of a multitude of Jewish voices across Europe. What is the relationship between the diversity of contemporary Jewish culture, on the one hand, and the Jewish communities of Europe, on the other? Is Europe a cultural… | Read more »

  1. Course Designing Online Educational Experiences

    By AEJM / Ana Cahen-Eden on

    With museums worldwide closing their doors as a result of the pandemic, the challenges of educators rapidly changed. Quickly adapting to the new situation… | Read more »

  2. Opening of POLIN Museum’s Legacy gallery

    The new Legacy gallery, an extension of POLIN Museum’s Core Exhibition, explores the lives and achievements of distinguished Polish Jews in a wide range… | Read more »

  3. Research Material from the CEP Webinar in October 2020 Available Online

    By AEJM / Ana Cahen-Eden on

    The English translations of the articles can be found here. The original (German) versions can be found here. The essays of the participants are… | Read more »