presentation on a panel at the conference: Contemporary Jewish life in a global modernity: Comparative European perspectives on a changing diaspora
The conference takes place 11 December: 2 – 6:30 pm; 12 December: 9:30 am – 1:30 pm
The fall of the Iron Curtain has opened possibilities for a Jewish revival across Europe. In the past twenty-five years, parallel trends of secularization, grass roots movements, religious pluralization and new discourses on the definition of Jewish identities have emerged. The conference brings together international scholars to explore the different forms of Jewish life in contemporary Europe and the challenges and possibilities these present for the future.
Where: Old Building, second level, Great Hall
Registration required: www.jmberlin.de/contemporary-jewish-life