Exhibition Germany after 1945

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Exhibition "Germany after 1945" on the road

 

The Foundation's exhibition, ''Germany after 1945: A society confronts anti-Semitism, racism and neo-Nazism“ shows the role of Nazi groups, anti-Semitism and racism in both German states after the war.

Exhibition catalog (English) (PDF document, 3.4 MB)

The exhibit premiered on 17 April 2013, at Baruch College in New York. Jeffrey Peck, Dean of the Weissman School of Arts and Sciences, opened the evening and an associated roundtable discussion was moderated by Katherine Pence, Baruch's Chair and Associate Professor of History. The Foundation's executive director, Anetta Kahane, took part in the discussion, as well as

Andrés Nader, Director, Regional Center for Education, Integration and Democracy, Berlin
Young-Sun Hong, Associate Professor of History, SUNY Stony Brook
Sara Lennox, Professor Emeritus of German & Scandinavian Studies, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Ela Gezen, Assistant Professor of German & Scandinavian Studies, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Peggy Piesche, Visiting Instructor of German and Russian, Hamilton College
Frank Mecklenburg, Director of Research, Chief Archivist, Leo Baeck Institute

More information about the event can be found here.

One year later, in March 2014, the exhibit was shown at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York and was a centerpiece at the Jewish Funders Network Conference in Miami.

Check this page for information about future events. Those interested in hosting the exhibit can contact Bill Glucroft.

 

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