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Ergebnisanzeige "Traces and Treasures. Preserving and Exploring German-Jewish Collections in Israeli Archives 23.-24.6.2013"
RessourcentypKonferenzen, Tagungen, Kolloquien
TitelTraces and Treasures. Preserving and Exploring German-Jewish Collections in Israeli Archives 23.-24.6.2013
BeschreibungConference Program
Traces and Treasures. Preserving and Exploring German-Jewish Collections in Israeli Archives

Sunday-Monday, June 23-24, 2013
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Mount Scopus, Rabin Building, Room 2001

For decades now, archives in Israel have preserved manuscript collections of German-Jewish writers, artists and scholars. Many of these materials were salvaged from Nazi Germany and brought to Israel with considerable difficulty during the years 1933-1945, or in the immediate aftermath of the Holocaust. Despite the best efforts made by many Israeli archives, a significant part of these collections has not yet been made available to international research. With financial support from the German Federal Foreign Office, the Franz Rosenzweig Minerva Research Center, Bonn University and the Deutsches Literaturarchiv Marbach have therefore begun a joint project to support the preservation and accessibility of German-Jewish archival collections in Israel and to initiate new research based on these collections. The conference seeks to underscore the function and relevance of archival collections in Israel within complex cultures of memory and research on German-Jewish History. It therefore brings together scholars and archivists to present and discuss outstanding archival collections.

Sunday, June 23:

9:00 Greetings
Reuven Amitai, Dean of the Faculty of Humanities, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

9:15 Opening Remarks
Chair: Steven Aschheim (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

Yaacov Lozowick (Israel State Archives)

Yfaat Weiss (Franz Rosenzweig Minerva Research Center, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)Raub und Erbe. Jüdische Kulturgüter in Nachkriegseuropa

Jan Bürger (Deutsches Literaturarchiv Marbach)
Nachlässe jüdischer Autorinnen und Autoren in Marbach. Eine materielle Grundlage für die Forschungskooperation in Israel

11:30 Coffee Break

12:00 Archives – Institutional History and Collection Development- I
Chair: Birgit Erdle (DAAD Walter Benjamin Chair, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

Anja Siegemund (Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem)
Tradition, Herausforderung und Zukunft: Das Archiv des Leo Baeck Instituts Jerusalem und sozialgeschichtliche „Geschichte von unten“

Inka Arroyo Antezana (Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People, Jewish)
Die deutschen Sammlungen in den CAHJP: Ihre Geschichte und ein zu bergender Schatz

13:30 Lunch break

15:00 Archives – Institutional History and Collection Development- II

Stefan Litt (National Library of Israel, Jerusalem)
Deutsches in der israelischen Kulturgeschichte: Die Sammlung und Bewahrung literarischer und wissenschaftlicher Nachlässe in der Israelischen Nationalbibliothek

Haim Gertner (Yad Vashem, Jerusalem)
„German Collections in Context: The New Ways in Which We Collect and Connect Documents and Data in the Yad Vashem Archives“

Monday, June 24:

9:00 Gathering

9:30 Research – German-Jewish History based on archival sources in Israel- I
Chair: Alfred Bodenheimer (Center for Jewish Studies, University of Basel)

Guy Miron (Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem / Schechter Institute, Jerusalem)
From Beitragsgeschichte to Identity discourse. The Transformation of Historical Writing and Its Impact on Source Material Search

Christian Wiese (Martin-Buber-Chair for Jewish Philosophy of Religion, Goethe University Frankfurt am Main)
Between Reverence and Disillusionment: Changing Views on Martin Buber in the Correspondence between Hans Kohn, Robert Weltsch, and Shmuel H. Bergman

11:00 Coffee Break

11:30 Research – German-Jewish History based on archival sources in Israel- II

Marie Luise Knott (journalist and writer, Berlin)
Sprich Dokument, sprich! Zur Rolle des Archivs in der Korrespondenz zwischen Hannah Arendt und Gershom Scholem

Asaf Angermann (Franz Rosenzweig Minerva Research Center)
Adorno, Scholem, and the Chamois. The Obliterated Traces of the Frankfurt School


13:00 Lunch break


14:30 Cataloguing Projects –Arranging, Describing, and Exploring Archival Collections- I
Chair: Paul Mendes-Flohr (Dorothy Grant Maclear Professor of Modern Jewish History and Thought, University of Chicago)

Caroline Jessen (Deutsches Literaturarchiv Marbach/ Franz Rosenzweig Minerva Research Center)
Der Kanon im Archiv

Judith Siepmann (Franz Rosenzweig Minerva Research Center)
“Ich habe umsonst abzugeben...” Bücherspenden an die Stadtbibliothek Tel Aviv in den 1930er Jahren

Lina Barouch (Franz Rosenzweig Minerva Research Center)
Archival Reincarnations: Heinrich Loewe Cites Moses Montefiore


16:15 Coffee Break

16:45 Cataloguing Projects –Arranging, Describing, and Exploring Archival Collections in Israel- II

Margarita Fortus (Franz Rosenzweig Minerva Research Center)
Die Pionierinnen des Aufbaus Frauen und Frauenarbeit in Eretz Israel. Aus dem Nachlass von Nadja Stein

Jan Kühne (Franz Rosenzweig Minerva Research Center & Center for German Studies, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
Ausgelassene Repertoirevorschläge Habimahs: Franz Werfels jüdischer Christusfilm und Sammy Gronemanns Purimspiel Hamans Flucht


17:45 Closing Remarks

18:00 Reception

Contact:
Franz Rosenzweig Minerva Research Center
rosenzweig@mail.huji.ac.il

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VeranstaltungsortJerusalem
Beginn23.06.2013
Ende24.06.2013
PersonName: Caroline Jessen 
E-Mail: Caroline.Jessen@dla-marbach.de 
KontaktdatenName/Institution: Franz Rosenzweig Minerva Research Center 
Strasse/Postfach: Yitzhak Rabin Building, Mount Scopus 
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