Wednesday, December 22, 2021
12:00pm: Leo Baeck Institute Panel Discussion: Perspectives on Jewish Life in Germany Today

The postwar period has seen dramatic transformations in Jewish life in Germany, most notably the influx of at least 200,000 people with Jewish backgrounds from the former Soviet Union after 1990. Since then, the presence of a significant and growing Jewish population, new synagogues and rabbinical seminaries, and a burgeoning Jewish cultural sphere seemed to suggest that the “new” Germany had finally overcome its past. But how are Jewish people defining their own place within German society, within a Jewish sphere that is much more diverse than the rest of Germany recognizes, and within German and Jewish history and memory?

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