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New Series of Lectures in Jewish Philosophy announced


New Series of Lectures in Jewish Philosophy via ZoomProgram:

The Chair of Political Philosophy offers a new series of lectures on Jewish Philosophy during the Summer Term 2021 via Zoom.

Thursday, 20.05.21, Time: 4 - 5.30 pm  (CEST)
Dr. Joëlle HANSEL (Centre d'études des religions du Livre, Paris)
Emmanuel Levinas before the war: a philosophy of "evasion"
Tuesday, 01.06.2021. 5 - 6:30 pm (CEST)
Prof. Dr. Martin KUSCH (University of Vienna):
Georg Simmel's Relativism and Jewish Philosophy
Thursday, 01.07.2021. Time: 4- 5:30 pm (CEST)
Prof. Dr. Anne POLLOK (University of Mainz):
Jewish Women and the Salon

All welcome, but registration is required. Please register here:

Additionally, there will be two Zoom events within the commemorations of 1700 years of Jewish life in what is now the territory of Germany (FESTJAHR 2021):
Thursday, 22. 04. 2021, 6-8 pm (CEST)
Prof. Dr. Edwin SEROUSSI (Musicology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem):
“German Jewish Sacred Musical Intersections.”

Tuesday, 06. July, 6-7 pm (CEST)
Workshop Chanting the Hebrew Bible with Hazzan Marlena FUERSTMAN (USA)
(No knowledge of Hebrew or of musical notation required).

To register for the events of the celebration year 2021, please follow this link:

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