Events of Jewish interest from
15 November to 3 December in Bamberg


While it is not at all typical for the year as a whole, I found it nevertheles remarkable that so many events in such a short time should have attracted audiences:


Society for Christian-Jewish Cooperation: Prof. Kohlschein: What Jews and Christians have in common, at the Community house.


Society for the Promotion of Jewish Culture and History in Bamberg:

Dr. Herbert Loebl: Highlights of Bamberg Jewish History 1500 - 1800 (illustrated),

at the Community house.

22. 11.

Dr. Alwin Reindl:

Juden-Christen in Bamberg

at the Franz-Ludwig (Neue) Gymnasium.

26. and 27. 11

Faculty of Catholic Theology at the

University of Bamberg:

Two-day seminar with the title

"Wenn nicht jetzt, wann dann...?"

Judentum als Herausforderung für (die Christliche) Theologie heute, including Jewish speakers.

(Judaism as a challenge to (Christian) Theology today).

27.11. (morning)

Dept. of German Mediaeval Philology at the University of Bamberg: "Symbiosis or Isolation"? A lecture by Prof. Dr. Edith Wenzel on Christian-Jewish relations in the past.

27.11. (afternoon)

Visit of the Catholic University Student Association to the Bamberg Synagogue.

27.11. 2001 (evening)

Interreligious Working Group,

Talk by Cantor Martin Rudolph on Judaism,

at the Community house.


German-Israel Society

Dr. Heinz Fiedler, a former Ambassador, lately section head for the Near East at the German Foreign Office:

The situation in th Near East: betwen Diplomacy and Violence


Society for the Promotion of Jewish Culture and History in Bamberg, at the Community house:

"The Mendelsohns - a German-Jewish success story? A talk by Peter Rosenberg, 1st Konzertmeister (leader) of the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, supported by solo violin pieces. Benefit event for the fund of the new Synagoge.



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