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Kerstin v. d. Krone
Research Fellow , researcher in Modern Jewish History and Culture, interested in History and Politics, curious about the World
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Sarah Zarrow Dec 10
Aaaaaand we have AJS bingo!
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History of Knowledge Dec 5
Hot off the virtual press: “‘You,’ ‘Us,’ and ‘Them’: Glass and Procedural Knowledge in Cuneiform Cultures” by , who helps us hear ancient scribes:
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Sven Dupre Nov 29
Launch of a new Journal for the History of Knowledge! Submit your proposals for a special theme issue to be published in Fall 2020:
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Peter Ullrich Nov 29
Vorschlag einer Ergänzung zu : der nächstwichtige Hastag wäre - Befristung als Normalzustand ist eine der zentralen Grundlagen für die Motivation, weiterzumachen, um nach Vertragsende irgendwie wieder in die Wissenschaft reinzukommen
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History of Knowledge Nov 29
Call for proposals, special issue of the new Journal for the History of Knowledge (deadline Jan. 15, 2019):
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History of Knowledge Nov 28
Freshly blogged: “Knowledge and the Appropriation of Technology” by Jan Hansen, . The example of LA water infrastructure in the early 20th century.
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IGdJ Nov 20
Sie ist online! Unsere zweite Online-Ausstellung - Jüdische : Schauplatz | Hamburger Schlüsseldokumente zur deutsch-jüdischen Geschichte - Anregendes Surfen (am besten auf dem Tablet) wünschen wir!
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EMoDiR Nov 12
Approaching Deadline Nov 20: Jews and State Building in Early Modern Italy May 5-7, 2019 University of Maryland, College Park Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore
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History of Knowledge Nov 16
CfP: Global Knowledge, Global Legitimacy? Transatlantic Biomedicine since 1970 (Washington, DC, Sept. 6-9, 2019). Deadline: Dec 15, 2018.
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Workmen's Circle Nov 14
The recently shared a reading list of books on contemporary Jewish identity -- all were written by men. has created their own list on this topic, and it features 12 books written by women. Check it out!
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(((Yair Rosenberg))) Nov 13
The FBI just released its annual hate crimes statistics. Jews were the target of 60% of anti-religious hate crimes, despite constituting just 2% of the U.S. population. This continues a longstanding trend of Jews being the most targeted group every year.
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History of Knowledge Nov 9
“Knowledge Notes,” Please let us know about any calls, posts, publications, etc. you think we should know about. ^m
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Center for Jewish History Nov 9
The has been documenting what life was like for German Jews in 1938 - the year the Nazi regime began to take hold, leading to , the Night of Broken Glass. Today of all days, take time to discover what life was like with .
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History of Knowledge Nov 9
wrote a fabulous report on the “Learning by the Book” conference last June
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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Nov 2
"Magnified and sanctified be Your name" These are the first words of the Jewish mourners' prayer, which will be recited tonight on the first Sabbath since the Tree of Life Synagogue shooting.
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Beinecke Library Oct 31
Founded through the generosity of an immigrant's sons, Beinecke Library collections include documents of people indigenous to America, those who migrated, those enslaved against their will, and all their descendants. ALL are welcome here.
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Amy Spiro Oct 28
While researching the history of for today's article, I came across an anecdote that really didn't fit in the piece, but is too perfect not to share.
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German History Society Oct 30
The Leo Baeck Institute () is now calling for applications for its International Fellowship Programme (1/4)
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GHI Washington Oct 24
Some snapshots from our recent conference “Agents of Cultural Change: Jewish and Other Responses to Modernity, ca. 1750–1900”
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American Jewish Archives Oct 24
Technology that will not suffer from digital obsolescence.
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