• Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem

    Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem
  • Jews and Protestants

    New Publication

    New Publication
  • Jüdischer Almanach des Leo Baeck Institut

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    New Publication
  • A new Lecture Series at the LBI Jerusalem

    Martin Buber on LBI Jerusalem

    Martin Buber on LBI Jerusalem

The Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem for the Study of German-Jewish History and Culture is an international academic research institute established to promote research into German and Central European Jewry in the modern era and to further the liberal heritage of German Judaism in contemporary Israeli society.

The volume sheds light on various chapters in the long and multifaceted history of Protestant-Jewish relations, from the Reformation to the present. Going beyond theological questions to the areas of philosophy, music, sociology, and language, it showcases current trends in present-day scholarship and opens up directions for research on this intricate topic, which bears both historical significance and evident relevance to our own time." The book is based on the conference " 500 Years of Reformation. Jews and Protestants – Judaism and Protestantism" which was held at the LBI Jerusalem in 2017.

Between the poles of friendship and animosity we find a broad range of emotions, extending from love to hate; and from the friendship of soul-mates through ambivalence to repugnance. A variety of areas – in the new Friendship and Animosity almanac.

 

On the Relevance of Martin Buber to Contemporary Israel Society: Rights, Identity and Citizenship

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Call for Papers The Annual Conference in German Studies 2021/5721

We invite researchers in the field of German studies in the humanities, social sciences and arts, to submit proposals for lectures and panels for the annual conference to be held online on July 6-5, 2021.

Call for the formation of a research group “Between Jewish languages: Literature, Thought and History”

The evolution of the “German-Hebrew” discourse as a research field was influenced by currents such a
From left to right: Akiva Ernst Simon, Shmuel Hugo Bergman, Martin Buber
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