E_statisches Bild der interaktiven Figur »Changeling«
 Man and woman joined together by a chain with heart pendant
Detail of a Ketubba (prenup) Rome 1763
© Braginsky Collection, Zurich, photo: Ardon Bar-Hama

Life Together – Marriage and Contracts in Religions and Cultures

Tour for School Students

This workshop is part of the program surrounding the temporary exhibition "The Creation of the World: Illustrated Manuscripts from the Braginsky Collection", that is on show at the Jewish Museum Berlin from 4 April to 3 August 2014.

What is written in a Jewish marriage contract? Who marries whom and why? Who or what can separate the marriage? And how does it deal with couples of different faiths or of the same sex? We present historical Jewish marriage contracts and discuss ways of living together from today’s perspective.

If you would like to learn more about the the subject of "marriage and life together", we are happy to arrange dialog partners of different religions who you can visit at community places (church, synagogue, mosque, etc.) as a follow-up after the workshop.

Glossary:
When

4 April to 3 August 2014, by arrangement

Grades

From 10th grade

Duration

1 hour

Price

30 euros including admission (for max.imum 15 participants, one accompanying person is free)

Contact

Education Department
Tel.: +49 (0)30 259 93 305
E-mail: groups[at]jmberlin.de


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