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June 2019

Lecture: “Normative Demarkation and normative fuzziness”: A comparison of Austrian and West German responses to National Socialism

13. June um 12:00 - 17:00
Institut für Zeitgeschichte, Universitätscampus, Spitalgasse 2-4/Hof 1,
1090 Wien

Lecture : Robert G. Knight  In  English, Diskussion English und German Thu, 13. June 2019, 12:00 Seminarraum 1 Institut für Zeitgeschichte Universitätscampus Spitalgasse 2-4/Hof 1, 1090 Wien

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Lecture: The Polish Revolution / Andrzej Leder

18. June um 18:00

Lecture in english The Warsaw cultural philosopher Andrzej Leder analyzed in his historical essay the core of the social upheavals of East Central Europe between 1939 and 1956: the murder of Polish Jews under German occupation and the destruction of the landed gentry as a consequence of the socialist order imposed after 1945. Leder explains in his introductory lecture, why it was a revolution that continues to be felt today. Following the lecture, the author will discuss with the author…

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Lecture: Antisemitism at work in Austria

18. June um 18:30
WU Wien

Diskussion in English Vortragende/r Doron Rabinovici with a position statement, followed by a roundtable discussion with Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Mayrhofer, Prof. Dr. Yochanan Altman and PD Dr. Johannes Koll Veranstalter Institut für Personalmanagement und IVM Kontakt michael.mueller-camen@wu.ac.at In this pu­blic event, we wish to ex­plo­re and de­ba­te how an­ti­se­mi­tism ma­ni­fests its­elf in ever­y­day life in con­tem­pora­ry Aus­tria, th­rough voi­ced at­ti­tu­des and ex­pres­sed be­ha­vi­or at the work­place. In this pu­blic event, we wish to ex­plo­re and de­ba­te how an­ti­se­mi­tism ma­ni­fests its­elf in ever­y­day…

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Shoah, trauma and transgenerational transmission in the Israeli feature film: EWA

18. June um 19:00
Metro Kinokulturhaus, Johannesgasse 4
1010 Wien

"Movie | University" Shoah, trauma and transgenerational transmission in the Israeli feature film As part of the course LV no. 070015, 2019S - Univ.-Prof. Dr. Frank Stern In international Jewish film, in literature, and in psychology, there has been an increasing concern in recent years with the emotional and psychological consequences of the Shoa on survivors and generations of children and grandchildren. In Israeli film and television this topic has always been present. The retrospective as part of the film…

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Shoah, trauma and transgenerational transmission in the Israeli feature film: HADEREHK LEAN / THE ROAD TO WHERE

25. June um 19:00
Metro Kinokulturhaus, Johannesgasse 4
1010 Wien

"Movie | University" Shoah, trauma and transgenerational transmission in the Israeli feature film As part of the course LV no. 070015, 2019S - Univ.-Prof. Dr. Frank Stern In international Jewish film, in literature, and in psychology, there has been an increasing concern in recent years with the emotional and psychological consequences of the Shoa on survivors and generations of children and grandchildren. In Israeli film and television this topic has always been present. The retrospective as part of the film…

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July 2019

Lecture: Who Says it has to Taste Good. How Food Becomes Jewish

2. July um 20:00 - 21:30
Salomon Sulzer Saal, Schweizer Str. 21
6845 Hohenems

Tue, 02. July 2019, 20:00-21:30h Lecture:  Michael Wex (Toronto),  in English As the original Jewish food and the sole food that practising Jews are still obliged to eat, matzoh has played an outsized role in defining and determining what makes a given food or dish “Jewish,” as distinct from something that Jews just like to eat. Along with matzoh, we will also look at cholent and kugel, two other iconic Yiddish foods. Where matzoh provides an ideological framework for all…

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Lecture: Fusion. Representation of Food in Israeli Art as Signifier of Myth and Identity

4. July um 20:00 - 21:30
Salomon Sulzer Saal, Schweizer Str. 21
6845 Hohenems

Thu, 04. July 2019, 20:00-21:30h Fusion. Representation of Food in Israeli Art as Signifier of Myth and Identity Lecture:  Dr. Smadar Sheffi (Tel Aviv) in english  In Israel, as in other immigrant societies, cuisines signify much more than merely different cooking traditions. They are classified as „high“ and „low,“ acknowledging the cultural refinement of the ethnic group from which they stem. Representation of food in art encapsulates issues of power and construction of identity: who is the depicter and what…

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Cinema: FLATLAND

24. July um 11:30 - 17:00
Metro Kinokulturhaus, Johannesgasse 4
1010 Wien

FLATLAND (2019, 117 Min, Orig. with Subtitles) As the wedding night ends with rape and murder in a nightmare for the naive young bride, Natalie leaves behind everything with her pregnant girlfriend Poppie and goes on the run into the unknown and the search for personal freedom. But before her lies only a country that soon shows itself to be boundlessly brutal and unyielding, as well as its men. Persecuted by the past and their aimlessness, the two women are…

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Koncert: Last Yiddish Heroes

28. July um 18:00
Book Shop Singer, Rabensteig 3
1010 Wien

August 2019

Lecture: Jew Matter

11. August um 17:30
Misrachi Haus, Judenplatz 8
1010 Wien
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