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maart 2017

Boekpresentatie: The Jew as Legitimation, Jewish Gentile Relations Beyond Antisemitism and Philosemitism

08/03/2017 ,15:00 - 17:00
Joods Historisch Museum, Nieuwe Amstelstraat 1
Amsterdam,

Presentatie van het boek: David J. Wertheim (ed.) The Jew as Legitimation, Jewish Gentile Relations Beyond Antisemitism and Philosemitism (New York: Palgrave, 2017) “This book is one of the most important collections dealing with the tenuous and often conflict-riddled relationships between various forms of Judaism and Christianity in Western Europe from the early Church to the post war periods. Each essay brings new and important insights into how Jews and Judaism have been made to seem instrumental to arguments that…

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mei 2017

De joodse conditie in een post-koloniaal tijdperk: Hasia Diner

15/05/2017 ,20:00 - 22:00
De Nieuwe Liefde, Da Costakade 102
Amsterdam,

Lezing door Hasia Diner: Allies or adversaries? Jewish African-American relations in the USA, an entangled history.

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Presentatie Geschiedenis van de joden in Nederland

22/05/2017 ,14:00 - 17:30
Portugese Synagoge, Mr. Visserplein 2
Amsterdam,

Het Menasseh ben Israel Instituut en Uitgeverij Balans presenteren maandag 22 mei 2017 in de Portugese Synagoge (Mr. Visserplein 2) in Amsterdam het boek Geschiedenis van de joden in Nederland. Geschiedenis van de joden in Nederland vertelt het fascinerende en aangrijpende verhaal van de joden in Nederland, vanaf hun eerste aanwezigheid in de Middeleeuwen, tot hun huidige positie in de Nederlandse samenleving. Dit standaardwerk staat onder redactie van Hans Blom, David Wertheim, Hetty Berg en Bart Wallet en telt bijdragen…

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juni 2017

De joodse conditie in een post-koloniaal tijdperk: Ella Shohat

21/06/2017 ,20:00 - 22:00
De Nieuwe Liefde, Da Costakade 102
Amsterdam,

Lezing door Ella Shohat: Antisemitism and Islamophobia. Common roots, different destinies? Locatie: De Nieuwe Liefde, Da Costakade 102, Amsterdam Entree: Euro 12,50 (Euro 10 voor studenten)

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oktober 2017

Lecture by Prof. Steven E. Aschheim: Empathy, Autobiography and the Tasks and Tensions of the Historian

12/10/2017 ,15:00 - 17:00
Uilenburgersynagoge, Nieuwe Uilenburgerstraat 91
Amsterdam,

Lecture by Prof. Steven E. Aschheim, occupant of the Menasseh ben Israel Institute Chair in Jewish Studies 2017: Empathy, Autobiography and the Tasks and Tensions of the Historian Responses: Prof. Bernard Wasserstein, Prof. Marjan Schwegman In this lecture, Steven Aschheim, will search for his personal inspiration as a historian. Referring to his autobiographical background as son of German Jewish refugees, having grown up in South Africa in the era of Apartheid and having immigrated and worked in Israel most of…

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Charlotte Salomon 1917-2017, Overwinning op de Angst

31/10/2017 ,10:00
Joods Historisch Museum, Nieuwe Amstelstraat 1
Amsterdam,

De Stichting Breukvlakken presenteert in nauwe samenwerking met het Joods Cultureel Kwartier en het Menasseh ben Israel Instituut een symposium met lezingen, muziek en tentoonstellingsbezoek:  Charlotte Salomon 1917-2017, Overwinning op de Angst  op dinsdag 31 oktober 2017 in het Joods Historisch Museum en het Compagnietheater De Stichting Breukvlakken staat dit jaar stil bij het feit dat 100 jaar geleden de psychoanalyse zijn intrede deed in Nederland. De invloed van Freud en zijn navolgers wordt op veel verschillende manieren zichtbaar gemaakt. Het…

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januari 2018

Amsterdam Yiddish Symposium 12: Yiddish Modernism

18/01/2018 ,13:00 - 17:30
Bushuis, Kloveniersburgwal 48
Amsterdam,

Yiddish Modernism From the late 19th century, radical changes in European society have given rise to modernist movements in the arts and philosophy. Although Yiddish is often associated with religion, conservatism and folksiness, Yiddish authors and artists have been part of the cutting edge of Western culture. Three scholars of Yiddish literature and culture will cast a light on Yiddish modernist literature and culture during this symposium. Karolina Szymaniak traces the national and transnational networks of Yiddish poets from Eastern…

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mei 2018

Symposium Racism, Antisemitism and Memory

18/05/2018 ,14:30 - 17:00
Nationaal Holocaust Museum i.o., Plantage Middenlaan 27
Amsterdam,

Date: May 18th Time: 14:30 - 17:00 Place: Studio, Nationaal Holocaust Museum i.o.; Plantage Middenlaan 27, Amsterdam Entrance: Ticket of Jewish Cultural Quarter (valid for one month) or Museumkaart Language: English For more information see: https://jck.nl/nl/event/mini-symposium-anne-emmett This Symposium is held on the occasion of the Dutch premiere of the play Anne and Emmett in de Nieuwe de La Mar Theater, May 18th. For more information: www.delamar.nl

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november 2018

Halakha, Sharia and Secular Law

14/11/2018 ,14:15 - 17:15
Uilenburgersynagoge, Nieuwe Uilenburgerstraat 91
Amsterdam,

Symposium: Halakha, Sharia and Secular Law  Thanks to public debates on religion, ritual slaughter, circumcision, or more general the relation between church and state, Halakha (Jewish Law) and Sharia (Islamic Law) are widely known. But what is their true religious significance of these legal traditions? What is their precise meaning, and what is their significance in the context of our secular juridical culture? Prof. Chaim N. Saiman, (Villanova University, USA) is also William E. Simon Fellow in Religion and Public Life…

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januari 2019

Amsterdam Yiddish Symposium 13: Yiddish Theater

17/01/2019 ,13:00 - 17:00
Joods Historisch Museum, Nieuwe Amstelstraat 1
Amsterdam,

Yiddish Theater The history of the Yiddish theater is not a straightforward one. In traditional Judaism, theatrical performances could only put on at the festival of Purim and by men. The texts performed that have come down to us are no fully developed dramas. This apparently started to change around 1700, since some texts of plays which have been preserved from that period onwards have the hallmarks of contemporary drama. However, we can only speak of a modern professional Yiddish…

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