#Jewish Studies

Arts & Humanities

„1.700 Jahre jüdisches Leben in Deutschland“: Deutsch-jüdische Entdeckungen im Archiv Bibliographia Judaica

Einst gegründet, um deutschsprachigen Jüdinnen und Juden nach dem Nationalsozialismus ihre Stimme zurückzugeben, dokumentiert das Archiv Bibliographia Judaica heute das Leben und Schaffen von über 20.000 jüdisch-deutschen Persönlichkeiten aus 200 Jahren Literatur, Politik, Wissenschaft, Musik und Kunst.

Arts & Humanities

Biblical archaeology: An Interview with Aren Maeir

Professor Aren Maeir specializes in biblical archaeology. We talked to him about his field of expertise and his role as an editor for the Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception (EBR).

Arts & Humanities

The Bible and the Romans: An Interview with Natalie Dohrmann

How does Rome expand the legal empire into the East and how are the Rabbis respond to that?
We let Natalie Dohrmann, whose academic background focuses on rabbinic literature and Jews in the Roman Empire, answer this question for you!

Arts & Humanities

P.S. There is no Bible 1.0

While we’re rapidly approaching the third decade of the 21st century, the world seems weirdly out of whack. A postmodern plurality of everything – lifestyles, identities, interpretations of the world we live in – has led to an unprecedented degree of both personal freedom and a general uneasy feeling of uncertainty. This is the tightrope between boon and bane that members of modern Western society have to walk. Our uncertainty pertains to all aspects of life: Whom should I love? How do I raise my children? What makes me a good person? What should I do with my life?

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