Leo Baeck Institute 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.

Language, Culture, Society

The annual conference for German studies 2022

The Annual Conference for German Studies: to be held at the “Daniel” Herzliya Hotel, 9.6.2022

German-Jewish History and Culture

Call for Fellowships 2022

The Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem announces the 2022 Call for Applications for Research Awards

in the field of German-Jewish History and Culture

Leo Baeck Archive is online

Digitization of Leo Baeck Archive

Thanks to the support of the German Foreign Office, we were able to digitize our historical archive.

The Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem is proud to present a new research project

German-Jewish Cultural Diasporic Heritage

The Material and Intellectual Legacy of the Higher Institute for Jewish Studies in Berlin

This is a joint project of the Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem and the Leibnitz Institute for Jewish History and Culture – Simon Dubnow in Leipzig. The three-year multidisciplinary project is financed by the German Research Foundation (DFG) as part of its Jewish Cultural Heritage Program. The DFG will finance the Jewish Cultural Heritage Project until 2025.


In honor of International Women’s Day

Forgotten Trailblazers: Women Erased from History

News & Updates

Call for Papers: Women Write Buber (Conference)

...We invite scholars who identify with the feminist discourse

Call for Papers The Annual Conference in German Studies 2022

We invite scholars in fields related to German studies
ממקימי מכון ליאו בק - משמאל לימין: עקיבא ארנסט סימון, שמואל הוגו ברגמן ומרטין בובר
From left to right: Akiva Ernst Simon, Shmuel Hugo Bergman, Martin Buber
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In Hitler’s Munich: Jews, the Revolution, and the Rise of Nazism By Prof. Michael Brenner

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