AEJM is launching its new educational programming on Tuesday 9 February. Join us for the Educators’ Coffee Meeting from 14:00-15:00 CET. Register here now! Initiated by POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews and Oslo Jewish Museum, AEJM’s Museum Education Seminars and Training (MEST) is a new professional development programme that addresses educators from Jewish museums in Europe. The programme will consist of a series of online activities, comprising interactive workshops and lectures, exchange of best practice, and peer-to-peer support and network… | Read more »
The English translations of the articles can be found here. The original (German) versions can be found here. The essays of the participants are available to all AEJM members, and can be found here. In addition, the biographies of some of the women and men who wrote these groundbreaking texts are included, as well as two contributions by Felicitas Heimann-Jelinek, which deal with two classics of Judaica research. Most important pioneers of research into the material Jewish cultural heritage were… | Read more »
26 November 2020 Dear member/affiliated member of AEJM, As some of you already know, AEJM is planning the creation of an international database of lost and found Jewish ceremonial objects. In 1998 international attention for the Nazi looting of Jewish cultural assets and provenance research resulted in the non-binding Washington Principles that focused on art objects. Provenance research in Jewish museums, including Judaica was discussed for the first time in 2006 during an annual meeting of the AEJM. The conference… | Read more »
On Wednesdag 14 October the AEJM presented our first curatorial online discussion on ZOOM. The session dealt with the issue of provenance research and its ever-growing relevance for our work. This and related topics were discussed in a focus group lead by Christina Meri (Jewish Museum of Greece), with presentations/contributions by: Linda Wiesner (Jüdisches Museum Frankfurt) Anna-Carolin Augustin (German Historical Institute, DC) and Julie-Marthe Cohen (Jewish Historical Museum). The focus group was recorded and was temporarily available online, until 26… | Read more »
On Wednesday 18 November, during the Online Annual Conference, the AEJM organized a number of online project presentations on ZOOM, mimicking the project slam of our conferences and moderated by Christina Meri (Jewish Museum of Greece). This presentation was recorded and is now available online. You can watch it here. We are looking forward to seeing many of you in one of our next online meetings!