Tag Archive: german-jewish history

Fellowship Application Period Extended Until November 14, 2012


Because of the power-outage related closures and email disruptions at LBI following Hurricane Sandy, the November 2012 deadline for fellowship applications has been extended until November 14, 2012. Applications sent by email after October 28 may not have been received. Please resubmit your application if you are in doubt as to whether it was received.

A Brief History of German Jews in Modern Times, 1600 – 1945


German-Jewish History in Modern Times is a comprehensive historical survey of the Jewish presence in Central Europe beginning in the seventeenth century published by Columbia University Press and sponsored by Leo Baeck Institute. Leo Baeck Institute adapted this brief synopsis from the work for free use by educators and the interested public.

Panel Discussion: Restitution of Nazi-looted Art – Latest Developments

Anselm Feuerbach - Head of A Girl

Tuesday, October 4, 2011 6:30pm Leo Baeck Institute and the American Council on Germany present a panel featuring three experts that represent a wide-range of domestic and international interests in connection with the recovery of Nazi-looted art.