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The Jewish Museum Berlinʼs Fellowship Program


The new library at the Academy of the Jewish Museum Berlin: A view into a light room with shelves full of books

The new library at the Academy of the Jewish Museum Berlin
© Jewish Museum Berlin, photo: Jens Ziehe

An inhouse fellowship program sharpens the Jewish Museum's academic profile. It was launched with the opening of the Academy in fall 2012 and promotes research on Jewish history and culture as well as migration and diversity in Germany.

Scientists who are selected have acquired an outstanding reputation in their respective fields. The first fellow project "Everyday Realities. Contemporary Jewish Life in Germany" by Dr. Karen Körber, who carried out a first nationwide study of the second generation of Russian-speaking Jewish immigrants in Germany, will be completed by the end of 2014. The fellowship program will be continued.

"Everyday Realities. Contemporary Jewish Life in Germany": The first research project
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