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Call for proposals for the 2024 Annual German Studies Conference, Israel: Language, Culture, and Society

We invite scholars at all levels, in fields related to German studies to submit proposals for talks and panels to the annual German Studies conference, which will be held on 27 June 2024 in “Anu – Museum of The Jewish People” at the Tel Aviv University’s campus

קול קורא – חידושים

קול קורא להגשת מאמרים לכתב העת 'חידושים'


Displaced Heritage: German-Jewish Migration and Cultural Transfer in the 20th Century

Call for Papers on Erich Kästner

Erich Kästner (1899-1974), Person and Author
A Conference on the 50th Anniversary of His Death 3-4 June, Jerusalem

Call for Papers: 120th Jubilee of the Jüdische Frauenbund

International Conference, Frankfurt, November 18-20, 2024

A New Chapter: Unveiling the ‘Library of Lost Books’

The 'Library of Lost Books' in Berlin: A virtual exhibition and citizen science project uncovering t

The Sderot Resilience Center Update

The Sderot Resilience Center provides emotional first aid, acute stress management tools and ongoing support to the public and professional teams that deal with trauma. Since October 7th , the Center aided 6,000 Sderot residents and 1,000 first responders and crews. Firefighters, police officers and medical professionals suffering from secondary trauma all receive help through the Center. Your support will go directly toward supporting this critical work, needed now more than ever.

Kibbutz Magen Update

As of early December 2023, agricultural work on the kibbutz fields resumed. Some close friends from the neighboring communities, held hostage by Hamas in Gaza since October 7th, have come back. At the same time, the kibbutz remains in closed military territory, with most residents evacuated and as of yet unsure when the return will be possible. Your support will go toward rebuilding the physical infrastructure of the kibbutz, and toward mental support for those in the community who need it the most.

October 2023 Emergency Campaign

Call for Proposals Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem

German Jewry, Gender, and the Orient

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