Thoughts on the workshop “Repeating, Reflecting, Moving On”

By |2019-03-17T14:04:06+00:00May 4th, 2011|Categories: All Articles, Articles, Inputs, Miri Tsadok, Newsletter 2011|

Reflecting on repetition - do we really move on? by Miri Tsadok (first published in Kav Ofek)   The Primary Task of the conference is defined as providing opportunities for participants to explore the full range of feelings and fantasies about 'German-ness', 'Israeli-ness', 'Jewish-ness', 'Palestinian-ness' and 'Other-ness, how these influence relations within and between the different groups [...]

Collective Mourning

By |2019-03-11T10:17:42+00:00October 4th, 2008|Categories: All Articles, Articles, Hermann Beland, Newsletter 2008|

Who or What Frees a Collective to Mourn? by Hermann Beland 1.     Approach to the Grief of Loss of Self via a Comparison with Freud’s Empiricism and the History of the Theory of Mourning I would like to speak to you about collective mourning as someone who himself would like to learn something about his personal share [...]

Shaping the Future by Confronting the Past

By |2019-03-17T10:59:19+00:00January 4th, 2007|Categories: All Articles, Articles, Presentations, Ursula Kreuzer Haustein|

Germans, Jews and Affected Others by Ursula Kreuzer Haustein Presented at the 2007 IPA Congress in Berlin Jona Rosenfeld, the Israeli administrator of the inaugural Nazareth Conference, posed a question as to the meaning of the conference during the opening plenum and questioned whether or not the project could also be considered to be obscene. What [...]