Student’s Symposium

Friday 08. November 2019, 9.30 a.m.-6 p.m., Lecture Hall of the University

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Student’s Symposium at the University (in German)

Jewish Past and Present in Saxony-Anhalt

The symposium is not open to the public.

The Jewish past and present in the own hometown are subjects of many excellent student projects all over Saxony-Anhalt. Whether projects are dedicated to stumbling stones (Stolpersteine) or the home’s Jewish past, whether projects are conducted with the own congregation or just out of interest in Judaism and Jewry: the students’ work is exemplary. They often remain, though, singular, without a network, and (on the level of the state) unheard. Let us change that with a day at the university! This symposium is intended to offer ten selected student projects from high schools all over the state to be presented, the students and their supporting teachers to share ideas and to take them home.

This symposium is jointly organized by Freundeskreis Leopold Zunz Zentrum e.V., Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, and supported by the Jewish Congregation of Halle together with Rotary Club Halle/Saale.

Call for Papers:
Student’s Symposium_Call for Papers (in German)

Where: Lecture Hall of the University

No admission. The students talk among themselves.