Mirjam Wenzel obtained a PhD in general and comparative literature, political science and theater studies after studying in Berlin and Tel Aviv; she also worked as a research associate at the University of Munich. From 2007 to 2015, she was in charge of provision of information on Jewish history and culture in digital and print media at the Jewish Museum Berlin.
The physics engineer and MBA worked in industry for 25 years. There he worked in project, quality and risk management before heading the risk management and cross-cutting issues units in an archdiocese. He earned a part-time Diploma Teologia at the Lateran University in Rome.
He studied Modern and Contemporary History and Sports Science (B.A./M.A.) at the University of Kalsruhe and subsequently completed his PhD at KIT with a work biographical approach on the publicist Joachim Fest.
A graduate in German studies, she is a trained daily newspaper editor and, after working as a chief of staff at a tourism trade magazine, was a staff member of the newspaper "Jüdische Allgemeine" for many years. Most recently, she was an editor and project manager in the corporate media department.
Korbinian holds a degree in history and Islamic studies from the University of Freiburg i.B. and has worked at the regional history institute of the Westphalia-Lippe’s regional association ( LWL-Institut für westfälische Regionalgeschichte). He joined the Jewish Museum in 2016.
COLLECTION AND EXHIBITIONS
Thäder obtained her degree in Jewish Studies and Art History in Heidelberg. From 2009 to 2013, she worked as an art historian at the Oldenburg city museum and for the Museumslandschaft Hessen Kassel regional complex of museums.
He studied art history, history, and philosophy in Heidelberg and Frankfurt and originally joined the museum in 1991 as a freelancer.
The Judaist and educator worked in the Jewish religious education field until 2013 and was then involved in a variety of projects on a freelance basis.
She studied Jewish Studies and History at the Goethe University Frankfurt, Hebrew University Jerusalem and Free University Berlin. Until recently she worked as a freelancer in the cultural sector including as a guide at the Jewish museums in Berlin and Frankfurt.
She received her Master in Holocaust Studies at the University of Haifa in Israel and her Bachelor at University of British Columbia in Canada. During her studies she was the assistant curator of the art exhibition "Arrivals, Departures - The Oscar Ghez Collection," and a project coordinator in the archives of the Hecht Museum (Haifa).
She studied theater, film and media studies and Romance studies in Frankfurt. Since 2009, she has been advising and supporting museums and cultural institutions in digital projects on a freelance basis.
In addition to art history, he completed the integrated study program Culture / Theater / Film with a focus on cultural anthropology and subsequently added a degree in Jewish Studies.
LIBRARY AND ARCHIVE
He studied modern and medieval history, ethnology and ancient history in Mainz. After his studies, he worked at museums, memorial sites and archives, most recently at the Hessian Main State Archive in Wiesbaden and the City Archive in Mainz.
After completing a degree in archiving, Heike studied medieval and modern history, theater, film, and television studies, well as French literatures, language, and culture.
After studying general religious studies, philosophy and ethnology at the University of Münster, she worked as a freelancer at the Villa ten Hompel and as a museum educator and project manager for the project 'Antisemi...was?!' at the Jewish Museum Westphalia.
"AntiAnti –Museum Goes School" on prevention of extremism in vocational schools. She studied education, psychology, and sociology and was a vocational school teacher.
Previous experience includes engagements in various cultural facilities, for example at Vision Kino, Berlin and at the Goethe Institut, Tel Aviv. She was the personal aide to the President of the Central Council of Jews in Germany, Dr. Josef Schuster, before beginning her teacher training.
As a teacher of political science and English at secondary school levels I and II she was appointed to the Education Center in 2015 and to the Jewish Museum in 2019.
Previously, she worked at the reception desk of the Jewish Museum and in the open children's and youth work of the multi-generation house in Frankfurt.
He studied sociology, philosophy, and educational science at the Goethe University Frankfurt. His main areas of study were anti-Semitism research, NS history, and gender studies.
He studied English and political science, was a teacher and principal at various schools. Since 2010 he has been working as an educator for the Jewish Museum. He develops new educational programs and methods with museum educators from Jewish museums in Europe.
During his studies of Japanese Studies at the University of Heidelberg, he worked as an assistant in the IT department of the Center for East Asian Studies and in the same function in a research unit of the Heidelberg Academy of Sciences.
Friends and Patrons
He previously worked as a team leader for a security company in several Frankfurt museums. He graduated as a ship's mechanic in Kolberg and also completed master training as a specialist for personal and property protection in Hirschberg.