Past ABM Talks

„Male Circumcision , Jewish Difference and secular Law: A German Case Study“

We are excited to invite you to our next event of our ABM Talk lecture series. On the 30th of June 2022 at 1.00 PM ...

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Levi’s Testimonial suicide: Between Améry and Kafka

On 18th of May 2022 Prof. Dr. Yochai Ataria of the Academic and Technology College Tel Hai presented a lecture titled ...

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Exhibiting ambiguities – “Revenge. History and Fantasy”

For April 2022 we welcomed Prof. Mirjam Wenzel (Director of the Jewish Museum Frankfurt, Honorary Professor at the Jewish Studies ...

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Jews, Sovereignty, and International Law: Ideology and Ambivalence in Early Israeli Legal Diplomacy

The twelfth ABM Talk will take place in the form of a book launch on the 22nd of March 2022, 5pm CET. Dr. Rotem Giladi, Roehampton ...

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Reflections on the anti-anti-Semitic Question. On Genocide and Epistemicide

The eleventh ABM Talk took place on February 24th, 4pm CET with Professor Elad Lapidot (Professor for Jewish Studies at the ...

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“Vengeance and Retribution Are Mine”: Abba Kovner’s Post-Holocaust Group of Avengers

The first ABM-Talks of 2022 took place on January 27th, 4pm CET with Professor Dina Porat (Professor Emeritus of Modern ...

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Freedom of Expression, the European Court of Human Rights and Holocaust Denial

The ninth ABM Talk took place on the 25h of November 2021. The ABM Talks are held monthly as part of the research project "Seeing ...

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False Friends United in Hate: The German Israel-Palestine Debate

The seventh ABM Talks event took place on 29.09.2021. Prof. Dr. Meron Mendel of the University of Applied Sciences Frankfurt and ...

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Synagoga Triumphans? A Post Holocaust Jewish-Christian Polemic

On the 29th of July 2021 at 11.30 AM (CET) we invited Prof. Dr. Karma Ben Johanan (Faculty of Theology, Humboldt University Berlin) ...

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The Dialectics of Antisemitism

The fifth ABM Talk took place on the 24th of June 2021. Prof. Dr. Michael Wolffsohn, Professor of Modern History, political ...

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