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Polnisches Institut Berlin

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Diskussion

Jewish-Polish-German realms of memory

04-05.09.2019

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A triple neighborhood

Conference (programme / PDF)

Ort: Zentrum für Historische Forschung Berlin der Polnischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Majakowskiring 47, 13156 Berlin

Programme (extract):

04.05.2019
 
9.15
Igor Kąkolewski (Center for Historical Research Polish Academy of Sciences):
Ha-mekomot. Jewish-Polish-German realms of memory. A triple neighborhood
 
9.30 Keynote lecture
Gertrud Pickhan (Freie Universität Berlin):
"I am small, but important". The Reception of Janusz Korczak in the GDR
 
11. 00 ASHKENAZ - BETWEEN POLAND AND GERMANY
Chair: Jeanette Hoffmann
 
Madeleine Cohen (Yiddish Book Center, Amherst):
Do’ikayt and the Politics of Place in Modern Yiddish Culture
 
Małgorzata Stolarska-Fronia (Center for Historical Research PAN, Berlin):
The image of the Ostjude in the art
 
Johannes Czakai (Freie Universität, Berlin):
Jewish Family Names in Polish and German Memory
 
Małgorzata A. Quinkenstein:
The Kitchen – a meeting place and realm of memory. Longue durée of Ashkenazi cuisine in Polish and German traditions
 
14.00 ICONS AND ANTIHEROES
Chair: Alina Bothe
 
Martina Steer (University of Vienna):
The First German Jew or Żyd-Niemiec. The Afterlives of Moses Mendelssohn 
 
Elena Hoffenberg (University of Haifa):
Galitsye, Galicja, Galizien: Locating Polish- and German-Speaking Galicia in Jewish Memory Literature
 
Lisa Haberkern (Silesian University in Katowice):
“The Bad Jew”? Memories of Salomon Morel among Upper Silesians in Poland and Germany
 
16.00 MAPPING THE REALMS OF MEMORY
Chair: Madeleine Cohen
 
Soonim Shin (Vienna):
A memory capsule of Lodz, “Jerusalem on Polish soil”: Israel J. Singer’s novel “Brothers Ashkenasi”
 
Agnieszka W. Wierzcholska (Freie Universität Berlin):
ענרא ט – Tarnów – Tarnow: a Polish-Jewish Town of Encounters
 
Magdalena Chmiel (Jagiellonian University, Cracow):
Tangled memories. In the search of Jewish-Polish-German roots 
 
18.00 Open event co-organized with the Polish Institute Berlin
Film "The Promised Land", directed by Andrzej Wajda, 1975, 138 min, Introduction: Małgorzata Stolarska-Fronia

05.05.2019
 
10.00 REALMS OF MEMORY IN EDUCATION
Chair: Lidia Zessin-Jurek
 
Jeanette Hoffmann (TU Dresden):
Remembering Jewish-Polish-German History while Reading and Talking about Contemporary Historical Young-Adult Literature in Classrooms in Germany and in Poland 
 
Jacek Konik (The Warsaw Family Alliance Institute of Higher Education):
History of Jews in Polish memory. Problems with teacher’s education
 
11.00 SHOAH - HOLOCAUST – ZAGŁADA. THE MEMORY SHARED AND DIVIDED
Chair: Gertrud Pickhan
 
Alina Bothe (Freie Universität Berlin):
Interrupted Neighbourhood. The forced eviction of “Polish” Jews in the “Polenaktion”
 
Lidia Zessin-Jurek (The Czech Academy of Sciences):
Gulag as a Jewish, Polish and German lieux de memoire
 
Paweł Michna (Jagiellonian University, Cracow):
"Rumkowski wanted to tell history that he was our guardian and father." On visual documents from the Łódź ghetto as collective memory prosthesis and their postwar omission 
 
13.00 BETWEEN LIEUX DE MEMOIRS AND COMMEMOMARION
Chair: Małgorzata Stolarska-Fronia
 
Magdalena Waligórska (Bremen University):
Klezmer as a Site of Polish-Jewish-German Memory 
 
Liat Steir-Livny (Sapir College and the Open University, Israel):
Where Did All the Jews Go? Jewish Commemoration and Holocaust Oblivion in Wrocław’s City Museum

Info: www.cbh.pan.pl/de