LXXVIII ММО. Задачи и решения;pdf

PROGRAM
CONTACT AND INFORMATION
Dr. Clemens Maier-Wolthausen, TU,
Saving the children.
Kindertransports to Sweden
19.00
Café Alma
Dinner
Coordination and Contact:
Friday, November 7
9.00–10.00
Room IV
Keynote III
Associate professor, Lena Roos, UU,
Gottlieb Klein.
Wissenschaft des Judentums in Sweden
10.00–10.15
Break
10.15–12.15
Room IV
Session V
Riksbankens jubileumsfond
Dr. Elke-Vera Kotowski, MMZ,
Leben und Werk von Lotte Laserstein in
Deutschland und Schweden
Stiftelsen Clas Groschinskys Minnesfond
Dr. Anna-Dorothea Ludewig, MMZ,
„Hier oben in der Nähe des Polsternes ist
die Einsamkeit zu Hause.“
Nelly Sachs (1891–1970) im schwedischen Exil
The Moses Mendelssohn Zentrum, Universität Potsdam
12.15–13.00
Café Alma
Lunch Break
13.00–13.45
Room IV
Session VI
Towards a common European
Jewish Identity?
Chair: Director of studies Noa Hermele,
Paideia
Paidea Panel.
Alumni and current students
Keynote IV
Professor Dr. Lars Dencik, RUC,
Diaspora and Exile
14.45
Room IV
Natalie Lantz,
Conference Coordinator, Forum for Jewish Studies,
Uppsala University,
Chair: Professor Dr. Julius H. Schoeps, MMZ
Anne Weberling, MMZ,
Isaak Feuerring – A Zionist Biography
between Germany, Sweden and Palestine
13.45–14.45
Room IV
The conference is held in English and German.
An exhibition focusing on some of the topics of the conference
will be on display in the main hall.
Concluding Remarks
German Jewish Migration to Sweden
Deutsch-jüdische Emigration
und Immigration nach Schweden
The Faculty of Theology, Uppsala University
The Forum for German Studies, Uppsala University
The Uppsala Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies,
Uppsala University
List of Abbreviations
IJGÖ
GU
LiU
LU
MMZ
Paideia
RUC
SU
SM
TU
UU
UW
ÖAW
Institut für jüdische Geschichte Österreichs, Austria
Gothenburg University, Sweden
Linköping University, Sweden
Lund University, Sweden
Moses Mendelssohn Zentrum, Germany
Paideia – The European Institute for
Jewish Studies in Sweden, Sweden
Roskilde University, Denmark
Stockholm University, Sweden
Statens Musikverk – Swedish Performing Arts
Agency, Sweden
Technische Universität Berlin, Germany
Uppsala University, Sweden
Universität Wien, Austria
Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Austria
International Conference
November 5–7, 2014
University Main Building, Biskopsgatan 3
University of Uppsala
Organized by the Forum for Jewish Studies (FJS),
University of Uppsala and the Moses Mendelssohn Center
for European Jewish Studies (MMZ), University of Potsdam
PROGRAM
INTRODUCTION
E
ver since Aaron Isaac from Treuenbrietzen in Bran-
wed to settle in Stockholm without converting to Evangelical Lutheranism, there has been close contacts between
Swedish and German Jewry. German Jews have both
Wednesday, November 5
Swedish Jewish Refugee Aid, Relief
and Rescue Efforts during the Nazi Era
11.00–13.00
Room VIII
Associate professor Malin Thor Tureby, LiU,
Swedish-Jewish Life in the Shadow
of the Holocaust
Registration
13.00–13.30
Opening of the conference
Grand Auditorium
nomic life. Swedish Jews have found both spouses and
13.30–14.30
Keynote I
Grand Auditorium Professor Dr. Julius H. Schoeps, MMZ,
Leben in schwierigen Verhältnissen.
Hans Joachim Schoeps im schwedischen Exil
religious and ideological inspiration in Germany and
14.30–15.00
Coffee Break
Swedish and German Jews have created commercial as
15.00–17.00
Room IV
Session I
in many ways contributed to Swedish cultural and eco-
well as intellectual networks binding the two countries to-
Chair: Dr. Olaf Glöckner, MMZ
gether.
12.15–13.15
Café Alma
Lunch Break
13.15–15.15
Room IV
Session III
Refugees from Nazi Germany & Swedish
Immigration Policy II
Chair: Associate professor Pär Frohnert, SU
Associate professor Anders
Hammarlund, SM,
Lazarus - Simmel - Boas.
The Jewish Reform Movement and the Origins
of Kulturwissenschaft 1830–1930
Our international interdisciplinary conference in Uppsala
November 5–7 2014, aims to explore the conditions for
Dr. Irene Nawrocka, ÖAW,
Der deutschsprachige Bermann-Fischer
Verlag (S. Fischer) in Stockholm und
Gottfried Bermann Fischers
Zusammenarbeit mit der Verlegerfamilie
Bonnier,1938–1948
Dr. Carl Henrik Carlsson, UU,
Jakob Ettlinger – an ‘Untypical’ German
Jew in Sweden
and consequences of this interrelationship for Swedish
and German Jewry and for the Swedish and German
societies, from the 18th century and until today. Spe-
Associate professor Henrik Rosengren, LU,
Cultural Encounters.
German-Jewish Composers in Swedish Exile
MA Harry R Svensson, SU,
The Ruben and Philip Families in Karlskrona.
Swedish “Port Jews” from Germany
cial attention will be given to the German-Jewish exile
persecution and in general to the destiny and role of the
Thursday, November 6
German-Jewish expatriates during the 1930s and 1940s
9.00–10.00
Room IV
and thereafter.
Associate professor Mikael Byström, UU,
The Reception and Integration of
Jewish Refugees and Displaced Persons
into the Swedish Labor Market in the First
Post-War Years
Keynote II
Professor Dr. Helmut Müssener, UU,
Schwedisch-deutsch-jüdische Beziehungen.
Eine Desideratenarie
10.00–10.15
Break
10.15–12.15
Room IV
Session II
Refugees from Nazi Germany & Swedish
Immigration Policy I
Chair: Dr. Lars M Andersson, UU
Professor Dr. Michael Scholz, UU &
Professor Dr. Helmut Müssener, UU,
Wolfgang Steinitz, die Gründung der
Emigrantenselbsthilfe und ihre Tätigkeit
MA Pontus Rudberg, UU,
Dr. Izabela Dahl, GU,
Die Station des Lebens.
Deutsche jüdische Alma Maters Töchter
im schwedischen Exil
15.15–15.45
Coffee Break
15.45–17.45
Room IV
Session IV
Kindertransporte
Chair: Associate professor Lena Roos, UU
Associate professor Pär Frohnert, SU,
The Swedish Israel Mission and the AustrianJewish Converts during the Holocaust
Dr. Thomas Pammer, UW,
The Work of Svenska Israelsmissionen in
Vienna from the 1920s to the 1970s
MA Merethe Aagaard Jensen, IJGÖ,
Die Rettung jüdischer Kinder und
Jugendlicher nach Schweden betrachtet
aus einem skandinavischen Blickwinkel