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A congress on contemporary jewish positions

The Jewish community in Germany is more diverse than the public staging of Holocaust survivors, anti-Semitism experts, or suntanned Jewish “musclemen” allows one to imagine. What is then the common denominator of Jewish identity? Are Jews a religious community, an ethnicity, or a victim group?

Desintegration discusses the question of a Jewish identity among a third generation of Jews living in Germany in quite diverse ways—Soviet migrants, immigrants from Israel, as well as Jews from the group of German survivors or returnees—and thus creates a space for self-reflection. With its thematic emphasis, the book, which accompanies a conference and an exhibition at the Maxim Gorki Theater, Berlin, is innovative and provocative at the same time.


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May 2017

ISBN 978-3-7356-0340-1

16,50 x 24,00 cm

108 Pages

50 colored illustrations

Softcover with flaps, bound

Languages: German, English

Max Czollek, Sasha Marianna Salzmann
Text by
Mirna Funk, Hannah Lühmann, Deniz Utlu, Friederike Tappe-Hornbostel, Max Czollek & Sasha Marianna Salzmann
Design by
Andrea Schmidt, Berlin
Ausstellung: Desintegration. Ein Kongress zeitgenössischer jüdischer Positionen, vom 6. bis 8. Mai 2016, Maxim Gorki Theater, Studio Я