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Live from the JMB

A brief digital tour on International Women’s Day (in German)

Our colleague Debora Antmann brings International Women’s Day to the core exhibition. Which stories do the objects in the exhibition tell when they are viewed through a Jewish feminist lens? How does the exhibition open perspectives onto a complex Jewish world with regard to gender, resistance, identity, and empowerment? A tour for International Women’s Day on 8 March that investigates the feminist object.

Past event

Where

online

It’s possible to ask a question or make a comment at any time during the tour using the tool Mentimeter. You will find the link to Mentimeter in the description below the livestream.

Sylvin Rubenstein’s flamenco dress not only tells a very personal story of identity, resistance, and gender bending, it also gives viewers insights into the complex world of Jewish gender fluidity and Talmudic concepts of gender; Jewish Museum Berlin, accession NDA/2247/0, gift from Kuno Kruse, photo: Roman März

The digital tours take place live, and then will be available online for a short time afterward.

Where, when, what?

  • Entry fee

    Free of Charge

  • How to watchThe livestream can be found on this site and on our YouTube channel.

    LanguageThe tour takes place in German.

    Asking questions You can ask questions using the tool Mentimeter. You will find the link to Mentimeter in the description below the livestream.

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Brief digital tours through our core exhibition: Live from the JMB (3)