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Zukünftige Vorträge und Veranstaltungen des Jüdischen Museums und des Museums Judengasse

Lichter - Lego - Leuchter
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Sonntag, 03. Dezember 2017, 14:00 Uhr
Museum Judengasse, Battonnstraße 47

Kinderprogramm für Jungen und Mädchen ab 6 Jahren

An Chanukka, dem Lichterfest, feiern Juden in der ganzen Welt das große Wunder um das kleine Kännchen Öl im Tempel von Jerusalem. Bringe Deine Fantasie ins Spiel, gestalte Deinen Leuchter und erlebe spannende Spiele mit dem Dreidel.

Infos und Anmeldung per E-Mail an kinder.jmf(at)stadt-frankfurt.de oder telefonisch bei Manfred Levy, Tel.: 069-212 70726 oder Tel.: 069-212 74237. Kosten: 6 EUR inkl. Eintritt und Material


Building from Ashes: Jews in Postwar Europe (1945-1950)
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Sonntag, 03. Dezember 2017, 18:00 Uhr
Campus Westend, Goethe Universität, Renate-von-Metzler-Saal (Raum 1.801)


International conference 3. - 5. December, a cooperation with the Simon Dubnow Institute Leipzig, the Seminar für Judaistik at the Goethe University Frankfurt am Main and the Fritz Bauer Institute. Supported by the European Association for Jewish Studies, the Sparkassen-Kulturstiftung and the Nassauische Sparkasse.

Ankunft polnischer Juden im DP-Lager Zeilsheim

In the immediate postwar years, Europe faced the aftermath of genocide, extreme violence, and mass displacement that had produced millions of refugees, poverty and hunger. In the midst of this “savage continent” Jews found themselves in diverse situations, having endured varied wartime experiences: some had survived the ghettos and concentration camps, some were refugees returning from emigration or a harsh shelter in the Soviet Union, or from hiding places or partisan encampments, others entered central Europe as part of the Allied Military Forces. In the midst of ruins, poverty and destruction surviving Jews sought to find places that felt secure, whether in their former homelands or under Allied protection. Many became Displaced Persons who organized their survival as well as their emigration with the help of diverse military and social organizations. At the same time, they were building new communities and attempting to sustain Jewish life and traditions in Europe.

“Building from Ashes” will examine the complex situation of Jews in the years 1945-50 in a comprehensive European perspective.

The International Conference takes place in the Renate von Metzler Saal (Room 1.801), Casino, Campus Westend, Goethe Universität in English, and is open to the public.

Find the complete program here.


Building from Ashes: Jews in Postwar Europe (1945-1950)
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Montag, 04. Dezember 2017, 10:00 Uhr
Goethe Universität, Campus Westend, Renate-von-Metzler-Saal (Raum 1.801)


International conference 3. - 5. December, a cooperation with the Simon Dubnow Institute Leipzig, the Seminar für Judaistik at the Goethe University Frankfurt am Main and the Fritz Bauer Institute. Supported by the European Association for Jewish Studies, the Sparkassen-Kulturstiftung and the Nassauische Sparkasse.

In the immediate postwar years, Europe faced the aftermath of genocide, extreme violence, and mass displacement that had produced millions of refugees, poverty and hunger. In the midst of this “savage continent” Jews found themselves in diverse situations, having endured varied wartime experiences: some had survived the ghettos and concentration camps, some were refugees returning from emigration or a harsh shelter in the Soviet Union, or from hiding places or partisan encampments, others entered central Europe as part of the Allied Military Forces. In the midst of ruins, poverty and destruction surviving Jews sought to find places that felt secure, whether in their former homelands or under Allied protection. Many became Displaced Persons who organized their survival as well as their emigration with the help of diverse military and social organizations. At the same time, they were building new communities and attempting to sustain Jewish life and traditions in Europe.

“Building from Ashes” will examine the complex situation of Jews in the years 1945-50 in a comprehensive European perspective.

The International Conference takes place in the Renate von Metzler Saal (Room 1.801), Casino, Campus Westend, Goethe Universität in English, and is open to the public.

Find the complete program here.


Building from Ashes: Jews in Postwar Europe (1945-1950)
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Dienstag, 05. Dezember 2017, 10:00 Uhr
Goethe Universität, Campus Westend, Renate-von-Metzler-Saal (Raum 1.801)


International conference 3. - 5. December, a cooperation with the Simon Dubnow Institute Leipzig, the Seminar für Judaistik at the Goethe University Frankfurt am Main and the Fritz Bauer Institute. Supported by the European Association for Jewish Studies, the Sparkassen-Kulturstiftung and the Nassauische Sparkasse.

In the immediate postwar years, Europe faced the aftermath of genocide, extreme violence, and mass displacement that had produced millions of refugees, poverty and hunger. In the midst of this “savage continent” Jews found themselves in diverse situations, having endured varied wartime experiences: some had survived the ghettos and concentration camps, some were refugees returning from emigration or a harsh shelter in the Soviet Union, or from hiding places or partisan encampments, others entered central Europe as part of the Allied Military Forces. In the midst of ruins, poverty and destruction surviving Jews sought to find places that felt secure, whether in their former homelands or under Allied protection. Many became Displaced Persons who organized their survival as well as their emigration with the help of diverse military and social organizations. At the same time, they were building new communities and attempting to sustain Jewish life and traditions in Europe.

“Building from Ashes” will examine the complex situation of Jews in the years 1945-50 in a comprehensive European perspective.

The International Conference takes place in the Renate von Metzler Saal (Room 1.801), Casino, Campus Westend, Goethe Universität in English, and is open to the public.

Find the complete program here.




 

Museum Judengasse
Battonnstrasse 47
60311 Frankfurt am Main
Tel.: + 49 (0)69 21270790
www.museumjudengasse.de

Das Jüdische Museum am Untermainkai ist derzeit wegen Renovierung und Umbauarbeiten geschlossen.

Die Postanschrift lautet währenddessen:

Jüdisches Museum Frankfurt
Stadtverwaltung – Amt 45J
Postfach
60275 Frankfurt am Main

Kontakt

Jüdisches Museum
Telefon: +49 (0)69 212 35000
Fax: +49 (0)69 212 30705
info(at)juedischesmuseum.de 


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Museumsleitung

Dr. Mirjam Wenzel
Direktorin des Jüdischen Museums
Telefon: +49 (0)69 212 38805

Fritz Backhaus
Stellvertretender Direktor,
Ausstellungen, Veranstaltungen
Telefon: +49 (0)69 212 38804
fritz.backhaus(at)stadt-frankfurt.de

Michael Lenarz
Stellvertretender Direktor,
Abteilung Dokumentation
Telefon: +49 (0)69 212 38546
michael.lenarz(at)stadt-frankfurt.de

Daniela Unger
Büro der Direktion / Presse- und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit
Telefon: +49 (0)69 212 38805
daniela.unger(at)stadt-frankfurt.de



 
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