Simon Dubnow Institute
for Jewish History and Culture at Leipzig University


These smaller conferences, focused on a specific theme and lasting for one to two days, take place several times a year, in part in cooperation with external organizations.


Affective Encounters. Jewish Objects and Emotions in Poland and East-Central Europe after the Holocaust

June, 23–25, 2021

Digital workshop in cooperation with the POLIN Museum, the Leipzig University and the Polish Academy of sience




The workshop will be virtually hosted by POLIN Museum, and powered by the ZOOM video conferencing service. The links to the zoom conferencing server are embedded in the titles of each day in the program.

»A Lost World?« Jewish International Lawyers and New World Orders (1917–1951)

24–25 May 2021, digital event


You are cordially invited to a conference held by the International Law Forum, at the Faculty of Law of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, the Leibniz Institute for Jewish History and Culture – Simon Dubnow, and the Jacob Robinson Institute at the Hebrew University of Jerusale.