JMB Journal 2: Migration

Jewish history has always been a history of migration. Accordingly, this second issue of the JMB Journal takes a close look at historical and contemporary transnational flows of people.

Featuring articles by Micha Brumlik, Lale Akgün, Judith T. Shuval, Detlev Claussen, Cilly Kugelmann, Dalia Moneta, Nancy Foner, Nelly Sachs, and Aris Fioretos along with information about the exhibitions Heroes, Freaks, and Super-Rabbis, Sanctuaries, Papyri, and Winged Goddesses (about Otto Rubensohn) and Flight and Metamorphosis (about Nelly Sachs), the bequest of Eduard Bernstein, the society of Friends and Patrons of the Jewish Museum Berlin, the Academy of the Jewish Museum Berlin, the "What Does Kosher Mean for You?" interview project, children's guides at the Jewish Museum Berlin, and a portrait of Daniel Barenboim. You can also read this issue of the Journal on issuu.com.
Cover of "Migration", Journal Two: a flock of black birds flying through the sky
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Janine Lehmann
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