Leo Baeck Institute works to preserve and promote the history and culture of German-speaking Jews.
Kern-Martin Family Collection
1938Projekt: Developing Holocaust Curriculum in a Challenging Environment
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Students or recent graduates with a reading knowledge of German are encouraged to apply for unpaid archival internships at the Leo Baeck Institute, located at the Center for Jewish History in New York. Knowledge in disciplines such as library science, archival studies, history, Jewish studies or other humanities and social …
The Leo Baeck Institute is continually collecting new archival materials related to the history of German-speaking Jews.
This survey of the materials related to Jewish life in the collections of the Romanian National Archive repositories has resulted in an online catalog.
As we reflect on the changing role of a community archive in the digital age, we finds that the transformation of our work that began with digitization has prepared LBI for work during a pandemic.
On Friday, March 13, 2020 the staff of the Leo Baeck Institute were together for last time before beginning full-time remote work in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This June, I visited the German Literature Archive in Marbach (Deutsches Literaturarchiv Marbach – DLA), where I gave a talk about traces of emigrant libraries in the collections of the LBI and spent a week learning about the activities and holdings of the leading repository of sources related to German-language …
LBI and public school teachers workshop a pedagogy for students based of the 1938Projekt.
From their rediscovery in the attic to a researcher's laptop, the documents in the LBI Archives undergo a long journey.
LBI Library staff Renate Evers, Ginger Barna, Tracey Felder and Lauren Paustian engaged with current issues and developments in librarianship at several conferences in 2015 and 2016.