Archäologische Ausgrabungen im Synagogengarten in Worms: Die Mikwe

Im Welterbe Worms fanden Grabungen über und neben der Mikwe statt, die wichtige neue Erkenntnisse zur Baugeschichte des 12. Jahrhunderts erbrachten. Es berichtet Holger Grewe, Forschungsstelle Ingelheim, der die Ausgrabungen leitete. Der Eintritt ist frei

Im Rahmen der Vortragsreihe Arain
5. September um 19.30 Uhr in der Alten Synagoge

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Archaeological excavations in the synagogue garden in Worms: The mikveh

In the World Heritage Site of Worms, excavations took place above and next to the mikvah, which yielded important new insights into the construction history of the 12th century. Holger Grewe, Forschungsstelle Ingelheim, who led the excavations, will report. Admission is free
As part of the lecture series Arain
September 5 at 7:30 p.m. in the Old Synagogue

30/08/2023

Archäologische Ausgrabungen im Synagogengarten in Worms: Die Mikwe – Archaeological excavations in the synagogue garden in Worms: The mikveh

Archäologische Ausgrabungen im Synagogengarten in Worms: Die Mikwe

Im Welterbe Worms fanden Grabungen über und neben der Mikwe statt, die wichtige neue Erkenntnisse zur Baugeschichte des 12. Jahrhunderts erbrachten. Es berichtet Holger Grewe, Forschungsstelle Ingelheim, der die Ausgrabungen leitete. Der Eintritt ist frei

Im Rahmen der Vortragsreihe Arain
5. September um 19.30 Uhr in der Alten Synagoge

Mehr Informationen: Link

Archaeological excavations in the synagogue garden in Worms: The mikveh

In the World Heritage Site of Worms, excavations took place above and next to the mikvah, which yielded important new insights into the construction history of the 12th century. Holger Grewe, Forschungsstelle Ingelheim, who led the excavations, will report. Admission is free
As part of the lecture series Arain
September 5 at 7:30 p.m.

30/08/2023

Podiumsdiskussion zu einem möglichen Welterbezentrum – Panel discussion on a possible World Heritage Center

Podiumsdiskussion zu einem möglichen Welterbezentrum

Ein Zentrum für das mittelalterliche Jüdische Erfurt wird ganz unabhängig von der Verleihung des Titels benötigt. Abgesehen von einer besseren Besucherbetreuung und –verteilung ist ein koscheres Restaurant schon lang ein Desiderat, auch die Jüdische Landesgemeinde soll Ihren Platz mit einem neuen Gemeindezentrum wieder mitten in der Stadt finden. In einer Podiumsdiskussion am 6. September 19.30 Uhr im Festsaal des Rathauses sprechen darüber: Der Amtsleiter für Stadtentwicklung und Stadtplanung Sönke Bohm, der Leiter der Unteren Denkmalschutzbehörde Dr. Mark Escherich, die Professoren Dipl. Ing. Roland Poppensieker (Berliner Hochschule für Technik), Prof. Dr.-Ing. Friedrich Tuczek (Fachhochschule Erfurt), Prof. Dr. Reinhard Schramm, Vorsitzender der Jüdischen Landesgemeinde. Studenten der Berliner Hochschule und der FH Erfurt haben Entwürfe zu einem Zentrum angefertigt, die im Rahmen der Denkmaltage in einem Zelt auf dem Parkplatz hinter dem Rathaus zu sehen sind.

30/08/2023

A Testimony of Survival: A Meeting with Bernard Offen, a Concentration Camp Survivor A series of events*

A Testimony of Survival: A Meeting with Bernard Offen, a Concentration Camp Survivor
A series of events*
European Days of Jewish Culture 2023**

Thursdays, September 7th, September 28th, and October 12th at 6pm

We would like to invite you to unique meetings with Bernard Offen, a true hero and a Holocaust Survivor. The meetings will be a chance to get to know the life story of Mr. Offen, but also to understand the deep human strength and resilience in the most difficult circumstances.

During the meetings Mr. Bernard Offen will share his personal story from the times, when he was a little boy living in the district of Podgórze and the difficult time he had to survive during the Second World War.

30/08/2023

Povídání

A talk about important but unjustly neglected Czech-German-Jewish personalities.

28/08/2023

In the Footsteps of Memory: Jewish Families in Senec

The event is dedicated to the memory of the Jewish community in Senec. It is a combination of lecture presenting family histories, oral history interviews and walk around the town connected to the authentic places of family stories – the former dwellings. Learn about the daily life of the community before, during and after the Holocaust. The team of three experts has dedicated years of research of the local Jewish history and are the authors of the prepared permanent exhibition in the restored synagogue in Senec. The event takes place two days after the national Holocaust memorial day (September 8), when the names of Jewish families will be publicly read during the ceremony on the town square in front of the synagogue.

24/08/2023

Jewish cultural heritage in Slovenia

Mihael Toš, author of the Kein Kampf project, will present and describe the remains of the Jewish cultural heritage in Slovenia on an interactive map. Events will take place on 4 and 18 September 2023 in Hotel Mitra.

24/08/2023

Narrativa de la memòria. Conference by Alejandro Baer and Marta Simó

To what extent are people of today's generation united by a violent past and the memory of that past? What forms of subjectivity emerge through different memories of atrocities and what forms of collective action facilitate or hinder these memories?

Conference in Catalan.
Free entrance until full capacity.

24/08/2023

The life and work of the printer Izidor Hahn

Na predavanju bo predstavljena družinska zgodba znane murskosoboške tiskarske družine Hahn vse od naselitve v Prekmurju do holokavsta. Predavatelja bosta zgodovinar Dejan Süč in domoznanec Pokrajinske in študijske knjižnice Murska Sobota dr. Albert Halász.

24/08/2023

Nothing will be forgotten

Renowned Slovenian literary and film maker and photographer Dušan Šarotar is the author of numerous books of prose, poetry and essays, as well as more than twenty scripts for documentaries and short feature films. The central theme of his novels, poetry and films is the fate of the Jewish community and the Holocaust in Murska Sobota and more widely in Prekmurje. On April 26, 1944, the Nazis and Hungarian fascists deported almost the entire Jewish community from Prekmurje to the Auschwitz concentration camp. Among the handful who survived the war was Šarotar's grandfather Franc Schwartz, "who never spoke about it". His story is also the common thread of Šarotar's novels Billiards in Dobray and Zvezdna karta, and at the forefront of the writer's interest are also memory, sadness, feeling and the human soul.

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