23. November 2022–21. Mai 2023, Jewish Museum Munich
The Last Europeans. Jewish Perspectives on the Crises of an Idea
What was “Project Europe” and what has become of it? And what will become of it? Has the European Union drifted apart even further in times of alarming global challenges instead of moving closer together? Are national interests increasingly pitted against European solutions?
10 November 2022, Arbeiterkammer Feldkirch, 19:00
Krankenschwester Anni Raid: Ein Leben für die Herzgesundheit
The third exhibition of the series "Museum of Change" will present the nurse Anni Raid.
March 10th, 2022, 7 p.m., Volkskunde Museum Wien
Lecture in English
Accompanying Programm to the exhibition: The Last Europeans. Jewish perspectives on the crisis of an idea
The European Question Encounters the Jewish Question, Michael Miller, Central European University
This lecture will explore the intersection of the Jewish Question and the European Question in the interwar period (1918-1939), focusing on the efforts to "solve" both by means of a Pan-European Union.
March 10th, 2022, 5. p.m. Volkskundemuseum
Accompanying Programm to the exhibition: The Last Europaens
Guided Tour with the Exhibition Curator
Michaela Feurstein-Prasser will givce a guided tour throught the exhibition
Volkskundemuseum, Vienna, 20. January 2022, 14-20:00, soft opening
Exhibition Opening: The Last European
Jewish Perspectives on the crisis of an Idea
The exhibition "The Last European" now also on show in Vienna.
Graphic Design: Zeughaus
Dezember 2021, Schaffarei, Arbeiterkammer Feldkirch
Interview with the Skibootmaker Werner Albrecht online available
University of Vienna, Institute for Oriental Studies, Mai 5th, 2021, 6:30 pm
Zoom Link: https://univienna.zoom.us/j/94972532827?pwd=VFVKSkhUMmtwbEl4MmUwcXZOdDZPZz09
Lecture by Felicitas Heimann-Jelinek
The Turks in Vienna. A forgotten Jewish community
Lecture in the frame of the lecture series: „Happy Together”: The entangled history of Jewish communities in Ottoman lands and Turkey
Jewish Museum Hohenems, Mai 4th, 7 pm
Webinar-ID: 892 2408 2108
Webinar-Kenncode: 114 119
or via YouTube:
Accompanying program for the exhibition: The Last Europeans
Moritz Julius Bond - from Hohenems into the crisis of the European democracy
Online lecture by Jens Hacke (Hamburg) ...more
Jewish Museum Hohenems, April 13th, 7:30 pm
This is part of the accompanying program for the exhibition: "The Last Europeans"
Online-Lecture and talk with Dr. Diana Pinto, Paris (in English)
The conversation with Diana Pinto is conducted by Hanno Loewy, Director of the Jewish Museum Hohenems ...more
Jewish Museum Frankfurt, January 21, 7 9.m.
Accompanying program for the exhibition: The Female Sied of God
Gottesvorstellungen in den monotheistischen Religionen und Geschlechterkonstruktionen
Podiumsdiskussion mit Rabbinerin Prof. Dr. Elisa Klapheck, Dr. Nimet Seker und em. Prof. Dr. Marie-Theres Wacker. Moderation: Dr. Türkan Kanbicak
Only in German!
December 30th 2020, Der Standard
Despite of closed museums:
The Austrian Newspaper "Der Standard" publishes a comment about the "Last Europeans"
Ivona Jelcic writes about the actuality of the exhibition "The Last Europeans" in the Jewish Museum Hohenems ...more
Jewish Museum Frankfurt, October 22nd, 2020, 19:00, Exhibition opening:
The Female Side of God
The Jewish Museum Frankfurt opens its first changing exhibition.
An exhibition in cooperation with the Jewish Museum Hohenems
October 16, 2020, 3 pm or 4:30 pm, Jewish Museum Hohenems