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July 19, 2008 § Leave a Comment
Tagged: Aubrey Pomerance, critical pedagogy, Dana Bairamov, daniel liebeskind, derive, diasporadic, documentary, eruv, germany, holocaust, i am a living jew, ich bin ein lebender jude, Jewish Community of Berlin, jewish education, jewish identity, Jewish Museum Berlin, kiruv, kulturprojekte berlin, Kunsthaus Tacheles, Lala Susskind, lauder foundation, memorial to the murdered jews of europe, midrasha, monument, moshe or, Moti Moscovici, museum education, Patricia Olynyk, peter eisenman, Philosemitism, psychogeography, Rabbi Josh Spinner, rabbinic urbanism, richard serra, Sabine Eckmann, shoah, site specific installation, Tanja Groenke, Uwe Neumärker, wash u, Washington University in St. Louis, yeshiva, Yeshivas Beis Zion
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