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Jewish-German Life – Then and Now - FU-BEST Digital Lecture Series

Sep 23, 2020

80 years after millions of Jews were murdered in the concentration and extermination camps and on German streets, Jewish life and culture in Central Europe has yet again diversified greatly and new voices make themselves heard. However, no Jewish intellectual can speak out without relating, one way or another, critically or nostalgically, to that great and tragic German Jewish legacy of the past. This lecture will give an overview of German-Jewish thinking and culture from the past and the present and introduce key writers, many of whom live(d) in Berlin.

For the recording of the session, please click here.