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Monday, 8th April 2024

14.30-15.00: Arrival & registration

15.00-15.15: Welcome & organizational matters

15.15-16.00: Opening lecture

  • Society, criticism & antisemitism - current challenges of education against antisemitism
    Prof. Dr. Julia Bernstein (UAS Frankfurt/Main)
    Prof. Dr. Stefan Müller (UAS Frankfurt/Main & JLU Gießen)

16.00-16.45: Keynote

  • Persisting, unfolding, countering, escaping - Implicit theories of antisemitism and education in critical practice on antisemitism
    Prof. Dr. Barbara Schäuble (ASH Berlin)

16.45-17.00: Break

17.00-18.30: Panel I - Conditions & limits of critical education on antisemitism

  • From blank space to intervention - critical education on antisemitism in practice
    Verena Bunkus & Aya Zarfati (House of the Wannsee Conference Memorial & Educational Center, Berlin)

  • The EU as an actor in critical education on antisemitism
    Georg Gläser (University of Cologne)
    Dr. Marcus Meier (Cologne Society for Christian-Jewish Cooperation)

  • Possibilities & limits of critical education on antisemitism practice inAustria by means of perspectives of critical theory
    Hanna Grabenberger (LFU Innsbruck)
    Bianca Kämpf (Documentation Center of Austrian Resistance, Vienna)

  • Negative didactics. Limits of of critical education on antisemitism
    Henning Gutfleisch (JGU Mainz)

  • "Finding the new from the critique of the old world" - History of ideas as an evaluative moment of critical education on antisemitism
    Alexander Hermert (RWTH Aachen University)

19.00: Joint dinner (for speakers)

Tuesday, 9th April 2024

09.00 - 09.15: Greeting

09.15 - 10.45: Panel II: The critique of antisemitism in school and  teacher education

  • Challenges & quality characteristics of critical education on antisemitism work in the school as a field of action
    Thure Alting, Benny Momper & Jana Müller (Spiegelbild, Wiesbaden)

  • Antisemitism-sensitive thinking & acting of prospective history teachers in the first training phase
    Anna Lienau (CAU Kiel)

  • Conditions & contexts of Holocaust-education at school. A reconstructive analysis of family and collective biographies of teachers
    Florian Diddens (UAS Frankfurt/Main)

  • Preventing antisemitism through education - Recommendations for action for universities with teacher training programs
    Dr. Victoria Kumar (, Vienna)

10.45 - 11.00: Coffee break

11.00 - 12.30: Panel III: Criticism of antisemitism in historical-political education

  • The subject of memory - a antisemitism-theoretical critique of the pedagogy of remembrance
    Prof. Dr. Daniel Burghardt & Dr. Nina Rabuza (LFU Innsbruck)

  • "In the culture that gave birth to murder" - Educational concepts on NS perpetration at German memorial sites
    Lara-Maria Myller (Ravensbrück Memorial)

  • The limits of "education after Auschwitz" - historical-political education in a heteronomous society
    Ingolf Seidel (Berlin)

  • Critique through memory - Peukert's concept of anamnestic solidarity & memory discourses in political education
    Niklas Schäfer (JGU Mainz)

  • Herschel Grynszpan's history as critique: Reflections on anexhibition project for historical-political educational work
    Yevgen Bruckmann (University of Hanover)
    Jasper M. Köster (University of Oldenburg)
    Moritz Y. Meier (University of Bielefeld)
    Vanessa Walter (Bielefeld University)

12.30 - 13.30: Lunch break

13.30 - 15.00: Panel IV: Defense of guilt in education against antisemitism

  • "You can't pin anything on me anymore ..." - Ways & aberrations of critical education on antisemitism work with social work student
    Elana Jacobs (University of Kassel & IPU Berlin)

  • "Turning to the subject"? Dealing with perpetrator-victim reversal in educational work against antisemitism before 1990
    János Varga (FSU Jena)

  • Making the perspectives of those affected visible - Concepts for critical educational work on antisemitism
    Vanessa Gelardo & Dr. Tanja Kinzel (Federal Association RIAS, Berlin)

  • On the relevance of perpetration in the critical historical-political educational work on antisemitism
    Charlotte Trottier (Lower Saxony Memorials Foundation, Bergen-Belsen Memorial)

  • Ticket thinking & education after Auschwitz - on the significance of psychoanalysis
    Colin Kaggl (Federal Association RIAS, Berlin)

15.00-15-15: Coffee break

15.15 - 16.15: Panel V: Critique of antisemitism in aesthetic & cultural education

  • Materialistic-critical education with the essay film
    Marzena Chilewski (University of Lüneburg)

  • The realization of successful resonance experiences with young people from educationally disadvantaged milieus
    Carl M. Chung & Anastassija Kononowa ("Jehi 'Or" Jewish educational organization for democracy - against anti-Semitism, Berlin)

  • Music education as political practice. Adorno against the administered world
    Julius Reim (Berlin)

16.15 - 16.45: Comment

  • Dr. Sebastian Voigt (Institute for Contemporary History, Munich-Berlin)

16.45 - 17.00: Feedback & farewell

  • Organization team

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