Place & Displacement in German and German-Jewish Culture

The Hebrew University, Mt. Scopus, 18 May, 2014

The workshop “Place and Displacement” will discuss original ways to integrate categories of place into the study of modern German and German-Jewish history and culture. In particular, the speakers will underscore and complicate the experience of displacement and its role in the works of twentieth century German speaking artists and intellectuals.

The Workshop will be held at the Hebrew University, Mt. Scopus, 18 May, 2014

 The Participants:

  • Adelia Chrysler, University of Minnesota
  • Amir Engel, Goethe Universität, Frankfurt am Main
  • Amos Goldberg, The Hebrew University
  • Aya Elyada, The Hebrew University
  • Björn Siegel, University of Sussex
  • Claudia Siebrecht, University of Sussex
  • Dan Tamir, The Hebrew University
  • Edwin Seroussi, The Hebrew University
  • Gideon Reuveni, University of Sussex
  • Hanan Harif, The Hebrew University
  • Kim Wünschmann, The Martin Buber Society of Fellows, The Hebrew University
  • Leslie Morris, University of Minnesota
  • Manuela Consoni, The Hebrew University
  • Moshe Zimmermann, The Hebrew University
  • Nichole Neuman, University of Minnesota
  • Ofer Ashkenazi, The Hebrew University
  • Rick McCormick, University of Minnesota

Further details may be obtained by inquiry via Anat Reches or Ofer Ashkenazi


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Poster of Place & Displacement seminar of Da'at Hamakom