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Memorabilia and migration stories – portraits of Jews living in Germany
Jewish Immigrants from Eastern Europe in the 1920s
Talk by Saskia Sassen within the framework of the conference Migration in Museums: Narratives of Diversity in Europe
The international conference “Living with Islamophobia” (11-12 October 2018) considered how cultural and religious affiliations are constructed and invited experts to enter into discussion.
The series of events New German Stories uses biographies to address the history and present of Germany as a migration society. Some of our interviewees already answered a few questions in advance. You can find an overview of these interviews here.
26 May 2017
“We should close this representation gap”
6 February 2017
On her book Our Father – A Sinti Family Recounts
18 October 2016
“The boredom of peaceful coexistence“
6 July 2016
Bringing the Black soldiers who liberated Germany from fascism back from obscurity
13 October 2015
“We’ve always been spoken and written about”
16 September 2015
“I wish more people would look in my eyes instead of at my scarf”
6 July 2015
“Other but not foreign”
9 March 2015
On his book Osama bin Laden is Sleeping with Fishes
8 September 2014
Generation “kosher light” – Young Jews of Russian Descent in Berlin
4 July 2014
Kıymet or: A Cinematic Tribute to My Grandmother
19 March 2014
InderKinder.Dealing Creatively with Ethnic Classifications