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June 3rd, 2015

Mr. Avi Primor: "Israel, Germany and Europe - Overview after 50 Years of Diplomatic Relations"                                              15:00 - 16:00, Hatter Student Building, University of Haifa


May 28th, 2015
Dr. Sasha Deghani " From the Templers in Haifa to the Temple in Frankfurt- A Century of German Bahai History"
18:00-19:30, Room 570, Educational Building, University of Haifa


May 6-7th, 2015


March 19th, 2015
Prof. Sander Gilman "How did Racism and Anti-Semitism become Mental Illness?"
15:30-17:00, Mitzpor Rabin, University of Haifa



Prof. Dr. Amos Morris-Reich become Associate Professor at the University of Haifa


Bucerius Newsletter Spring 2015


Publication on Antisemitism and the Constitution of Socciology with a contribution by Amos Morris-Reich





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The Institute aims to reveal the complexities of contemporary German history through research, collective projects and analyses of identity formation, migration, integration, citizenship and multiculturalism. It presently specializes in the intersections of modern German and Jewish histories. Conferences and research workshops, as well as projects on topics including visual culture, notions of race in the humanities and human diversity further encourage scholarly discussions. Other interactive highlights include guest lectures, film festivals and musical performances. The Institute works in collaboration with other prestigious research institutions, such as the Leo Baeck Institute, and offers exchange programs for M.A. and Ph.D. students with grants and scholarships.


Bucerius Institute for Contemporary German History and Society
Education Building, Room 645, University of Haifa, Mount Carmel, Haifa, Israel 31905
Phone: +972 4 828 8232/3 | Fax: +972 4 828 8282
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