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2. Sommerakademie JHRR

vom 15. - 20. August 2010 in Jerusalem

Die Schwerpunkte des Programms der 2. Sommerakademie im Jahr 2010 an der Hebrew University of Jerusalem lagen auf den Gebieten Politik und Recht, Wirtschaft, Religion, Kommunikation, Öffentlichkeit & Literatur und Gender.

2010 nahmen insgesamt 16 StudentInnen aus 3 Nationen (Deutschland, Israel, Österreich) und 19 WissenschaftlerInnen aus 7 Nationen (Deutschland, Österreich, Schweiz, Israel, Tschechische Republik und Canada) an der Sommerakademie teil.

Veranstaltungsorte waren das Scholion - Interdisciplinary Research Center in Jewish Studies im Rabin Building sowie die Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People der Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

 

Programm

SUNDAY, 15 AUGUST 2010

CENTRAL ARCHIVES FOR THE HISTORY OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE, HEBREW UNIVERSITY, Givat Ram Campus

Background & Sources

2.00 – 3:30 p.m.
A Schönborn Cardinal as Imperial Commissioner: the Imperial Aulic Council and the New Ordinance for Hamburg Jewry, so Portugiesisch als Hochteutscher Nation, de Dato 7. Septemb. Anno 1710   
Anette Baumann, Frankfurt/Gießen
Stephan Wendehorst, Gießen/Vienna

Transfer to Mount Scopus

HEBREW UNIVERSITY, MOUNT SCOPUS CAMPUS, RABIN BUILDING (HUJIRab)

5.00 – 6.00 p.m.
Reception

6.00 – 7.30 p.m.
Welcome Addresses
Michael K. Silber, Jerusalem
Louise Hecht, Olomouc/Vienna

Key-Note Lecture: Patterns of Migration in Jewish History

Israel Bartal, Jerusalem
Abraham David, Jerusalem

The Judengasse of Frankfurt: Expulsion, Restitution, Representation
Christopher Friedrichs, Vancouver

Coffee

4.00 – 5.30 p.m.
Charles VI, Prince Eugene and Samuel Oppenheimer: the imperial armies and their Jewish suppliers as reflected in the sources of the Franconian Imperial Circle
Stefan Ehrenpreis, Berlin/Munich, Gerhard Rechter, Nuremberg & Stephan Wendehorst, Gießen/Vienna


TUESDAY, 17 AUGUST 2010

HUJIRab
Travel, Commerce & Migration

9.00 – 10.30 a.m.
Jews Taking the Waters: Leisure, Gambling, Travel and Medicine across the Holy Roman Empire – The Lists of Spa Visitors as a Source of Jewish History (Spa, Lauchstädt, Castell, Karlsbad, Baden and Montecatini Terme)
Stephan Wendehorst, Gießen/Vienna
 
Coffee

11.00 – 12.30 a.m.
Magdeburg Law and the status of the Jews in Poland-Lithuania. A case of legal transfer and adaptation
Yvonne Kleinmann, Leipzig

From Franconia to Vienna and back: the case of the Fränkel family
Isak Gath, Haifa

Lunch

2.30 – 4.00 p.m.
Jüdische und christliche Kaufleute am Nürnberger Banco Publico (spätes 17. und 18. Jahrhundert) – Neue Forschungsergebnisse
Markus Denzel, Leipzig

Coffee

4.30 – 6.00 p.m.
Jews from the Holy Roman Empire and the Dutch Colonial Experiment in Brazil 1620-1650
Stefan Ehrenpreis, Munich

Coffee

6.30 – 7.00 p.m.
Sons of Liberty by Michael Curtiz (1939)


THURSDAY, 19 AUGUST 2010

HUJIRab
Culture and Education

9.00 – 10.30 a.m.
Goethe's Correspondence with Jewish Salonières: Selected Letters
Natalie Goldberg, Bar Ilan University

Everybody's darling, nobody's concern: Jewish Salonières in Vienna
Dieter Hecht, Vienna

Coffee

11.00 – 12.30 a.m.
Modern values - challenged mentalities: Jewish textbooks in the Habsburg Monarchy
Louise Hecht, Olomouc/Vienna

Wissenschaft des Judentums and Reform: German and Italian Jews through their correspondence
Asher Salah, Jerusalem

Lunch

2.00 – 3.30 p.m.
Who was David S.? Subversive Jewish Voices in the 18th Century and their Meaning
Shmuel Feiner, Bar Ilan

Coffee

4.00 – 5.30 p.m.
The Zwinger of Dresden: The first Jewish Museum?
Michael Korey, Dresden

MONDAY, 16 AUGUST 2010

HUJIRab
Politics, Military and Migration

9.00 - 10.30 a.m.
Court Jewry in Early Modern Times – From the medieval ‘protected’ Jew to the privileged Court Jew in the mercantilistic state of the German Prince
Friedrich Battenberg, Darmstadt

Coffee Break

11.00 – 12.30 a.m.
‘Always prepared to do our Nation a Service’ – German Court Jews, the Freedom of Movement and the Abolishment of personal Tolls for Jews (‘Judenleibzoll’)
Peter Behr, Darmstadt

Presentation and Interpretation of Sources
Friedrich Battenberg, Darmstadt

Lunch

2.00 – 3.30 p.m.
The legal status of the Prague Jews in the time of Rudolph II; The case of the Passauer Kriegsvolk in 1611 as reflected in Hebrew sources
Abraham David, Jerusalem

The Judengasse of Frankfurt: Expulsion, Restitution, Representation
Christopher Friedrichs, Vancouver

Coffee

4.00 – 5.30 p.m.
Charles VI, Prince Eugene and Samuel Oppenheimer: the imperial armies and their Jewish suppliers as reflected in the sources of the Franconian Imperial Circle
Stefan Ehrenpreis, Berlin/Munich, Gerhard Rechter, Nuremberg & Stephan Wendehorst, Gießen/Vienna

 

WEDNESDAY, 18 AUGUST 2010

HUJIRab
Emancipation and Communication

9.00 – 10.30 a.m.
Jews in Early Modern ius commune and canon law: the Piedmontese legal expert Josef Sessa
Kenneth Stow, Haifa
 
Coffee

11.00 – 12.30 a.m.
Égalité avant la lettre? Joseph II’s Edicts of Toleration for the Jews, 1781-1789
Louise Hecht, Olomouc/Vienna
Michael K. Silber, Jerusalem

Lunch

2.00 – 3.30 p.m.
The Beard: A Distinctive Marker of Jews in the Holy Roman Empire during the Long Eighteenth Century
Michael K. Silber, Jerusalem

Coffee

4.00 – 5.30 p.m.
Obsessed by the idea of purity - national identity and the debate on ban of Jewish settlement in early modern Switzerland
Thomas Lau, Fribourg

The Jewish question at the Congress of Vienna
Karin Schneider, Innsbruck
Jews from the Holy Roman Empire and the Dutch Colonial Experiment in Brazil 1620-1650
Stefan Ehrenpreis, Munich

Coffee

6.30 – 7.00 p.m.
Sons of Liberty by Michael Curtiz (1939)

 

FRIDAY, 20 AUGUST 2010

10.00 a.m.
Walking Tour of the German Colony in Jerusalem
Yaakov Ariel

Programm zum Download

Programm_2010.pdf

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