From Post-War to the 21st Century: A Portrait of Contemporary Jewish Life in Berlin


Sunday, March 7

USA (10:30 am PST / 1:30 pm EST)

UK 6:30 pm / France 7:30 pm / Israel 8:30 pm

The talk will last approximately 90 minutes

About this talk

Both before and after the War, Berlin has been a center for creativity--in arts, humanities, and science as well as in Jewish thought. Since the Fall of the Berlin Wall, Berlin has returned to being a global center for artists, creatives, and others seeking to experience the open minded and supportive environment that Berlin offers. This has led to an influx of Jews from around the world-- ex-Hasidim, Israelis, Russian speakers, Americans, and others--together creating new communities and forms of Jewish life and thought. This talk will explore post-War Jewish life in Berlin, with a special focus on the rich variety of Jewish life today.

About Micki

Micki Weinberg was born in Los Angeles and lives in Germany. He is the founder of SHIUR, a Berlin based international project and community innovating text based discourse and other Jewish traditions for the 21st century.
After graduating with a Bachelor's degree from the University of California, Berkeley, in 2004, he left the US to pursue graduate studies at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, where he focused on intertextuality in ancient Jewish literature. He also studied Talmud at the Mir Yeshiva. Micki worked at Goldman Sachs from 2007-2010 in London and Switzerland. Since quitting in 2010, Micki has dedicated himself to making amends for his soul selling time in the banking world through his work with SHIUR as well as art film, theater, and critical essay writing.

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With your contribution you will also be donating to  SHIUR, an international Berlin based project that brings together, both in real life and digitally, a diverse group of academics, diplomats, artists, scientists, professionals, students and others to explore culture, theory, Jewish spirituality and other content through a critical lens. 

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