We are happy to announce that in November 2012 our Chairman, Prof Peter Pulzer, was awarded an Honorary PhD by the University of Vienna. Link: Read more
Rachel Ramsay’s ‘Eine verwandtschaftliche Verbindung’ (A Connection of Kinship)? Jewish-Turkish alliances in Contemporary Jewish Writing in German’ explores Jewish and Turkish connections in recent Jewish-authored fiction written in German.
We are very happy to announce the launch of DigiBaeck, the free digital version of the complete archival holdings and reference library of the LBI New York on www.lbi.org/digibaeck
The inauguration was celebrated via a LivestreamOctober 16th 2012 at 2:30-5:00pm GMT at http://livefrom.cjh.org/LBI/ and in person at the LBI London, QMUL.
Research into German-Jewish history and culture is expanding at Queen Mary, University of London.
The Leo Baeck Institute London (LBI), at the forefront of research on German-speaking Jewish communities in Europe over the last 300 years, is now based on the university’s Mile End campus.
Since 2009, the School of History and the LBI have offered a joint MA programme on European Jewish History, the only taught postgraduate programme in the UK focusing on the rich field of Jewish history, culture and thought in Europe.
The LBI Year Book Essay Prize was won by Barry Stiefel’s essay on ‘The Architectural Origins of the Great Early Modern Urban Synagogue’, which appeared in the Leo Baeck Institute Year Book 2011.
The LBI has moved to Queen Mary, University of London on 11th April 2011.
“The School of History at Queen Mary is very excited at the intellectual horizons opened up by the arrival of the LBI” says Prof. Julian Jackson, Head of School of History.
Please feel welcome to visit us at our new premises:
Leo Baeck Institute
2nd Floor, Arts Two Building
Queen Mary, University of London
Mile End Road
London E1 4NS