Simon Dubnow Institute
for Jewish History and Culture at Leipzig University

Guest Lectures 2013

27 November 2013
Golan Gur (Berlin)
Jews and Jewish Memory in the Musical Culture of the German Democratic Republic


13 November 2013
Elena Keidosiute (Vilnius University)
Jewish Conversion to Catholicism: Lithuania as a Case Study


4 November 2013
Russel Jacoby (University of California, Los Angeles)
Multiculturalism. The Last Liberal Ideology


19 September 2013
Peter Tietze (Universität Tübingen)
Concepts of Time: Richard Koebners Entwurf einer Historischen Semantik

1 August 2013
Allison Schachter (Vanterbilt University)
Women Reading Modernity: Gender, Secularism, and Realism in the Writing of Abraham Cahan and Sholem Aleichem


17 July 2013
Samuel J. Kessler (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C.)
Rabbis Frankel and Jellinek: Critical Scholarship and Communal Leadership in Nineteenth Century Leipzig


20 June 2013
Ilse Lazaroms (CEU Budapest/Imre Kertész Kolleg Jena)
»Swimming in the Danube«: Post-Traumatic Testimonies from Hungarian Jewry in the Wake of the White Terror


7 June 2013
Frank Caestecker (University of Gent)
Were the Stateless (Jews) Powerful in the Long Twentieth Century?


14 May 2013
Sasha Senderovich (Rutgers University)
A Courtyard in Flux: Moyshe Kulbak's (1896–1937). »The Zelmenyaners« and the Soviet Jewish Imagination


26 February 2013
Haim Be'er (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva)
From Jerusalem to Berlin: Between two Libraries