Yom Limmud Sydney 15 June
Sydneysiders don’t miss out. Yom Limmud is happening 15 June 2014 @Tyree Building UNSW – 9.30am to 6.45pm Experience Diverse Jewish culture….in a day! Hear international speakers on thought -provoking topics. Includes kosher lunch. Kids program for ages 3 to … Read More
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Thorsten Wagner is a German-Danish historian, born and raised in Sonderborg, Southern Denmark, as part of the German minority there. He did his undergraduate studies in Germany, and his graduate studies in Germany, USA and Israel. A docent at the Jewish Museum of Berlin and a research fellow at the Danish Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies since 2001, he has since 2008 been involved with research and teaching at the Humboldt University of Berlin. Since 2010, he has had a permanent position at the Danish Institute for Study Abroad, affiliated with the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, and is European Director of FASPE, Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics.
Thorsten Wagner is appearing in:
- Memorialising the Holocaust: Transitional Memory in the Aftermath of the Shoah - Saturday at 7:30pm H2.38
- Remembering for the Future - Sunday at 9:30am H1.25
- Muslims and Jews in Scandinavia - a Strained Relationship - Sunday at 5:30pm H1.26
- The Renaissance of Jewish life in Germany - Monday at 10:45am H1.26
- Revisiting the Danish-Jewish Experience - Monday at 5:00pm H2.37