“I know few people who seem so qualified to do so…” A Letter of Recommendation for Siegfried Landshut, July 29, 2019.
The Extension Building (1928-1931) of the Israelite Hospital in Hamburg, July 22, 2019.
From Rumor to Contract: The Complaint of the Hamburg Parliament concerning Portuguese Jews of December 9, 1603, July 15, 2019.
The Heinrich Barth Straße Synagogue and the Transnational Links between Stockholm and Hamburg, July 09, 2019.
The Portuguese-Jewish Community in Hamburg through the Lens of the Inquisition, December 10, 2018.
Haute Couture from Israel. Designer Galia Lahav and Hamburg’s Past as a Place for Jewish Fashion Houses, December 07, 2018.
“I Demand to See My Child.” – Unmarried Mothers, Reform School, and Self-Determination, December 05, 2018.
Salomo Birnbaum's experiences at Hamburg University, August 22, 2018.
What happened in Hamburg. . .: A Western Yiddish Song about Polish Jews in 17th century Hamburg, August 20, 2018.
Appeal for the Poor of the Triple Congregation (Altona-Hamburg-Wandsbek) of March 7,1789, August 15, 2018.
Around the Alster, Around the World – the Wolf Brothers in Exile in Shanghai, June 25, 2018.
Ruben Maleachi’s Visit to the Portuguese Sephardi Synagogue in Hamburg and Sephardic-Ashkenazic Relations in Early Twentieth-Century Hamburg, June 12, 2018.
The Franz Rosenzweig Memorial Foundation, June 07, 2018.
“It Cost Me 20 Years to Defeat Hitler.” Hamburg Shipping Company Owner Arnold Bernstein in the USA, June 05, 2018.
The Number of Jews in Hamburg on April 30, 1945, June 01, 2018.
Bonnie M. Harris,
The Memoirs of Cantor Joseph Cysner. A rare testimonial of the Polenaktion, October 25, 2017.
The Henry Jones Lodge. Jewish Self-confidence and the Path into the Modern Age, October 23, 2017.
An Ashkenazic-Sephardic Marriage against the Father’s Will, October 19, 2017.
Hebrew Language Studies between Christian Theology and the Enlightenment. The Academic High School in Hamburg, October 19, 2017.
Ida Ehre and Hamburg’s Kammerspiele Theater, October 16, 2017.
The Hall of Mirrors from Hamburg's Budge Palais, September 28, 2017.
Tax Lists of the Early Modern Period: Insights Regarding Jewish Life in Pre-modern Hamburg, September 27, 2017.
The Hamburg Temple Controversy. Continuity and a New Beginning in Dibere Haberith, September 21, 2017.
Appointment of Chief Rabbi Anschel Stern of Hamburg to Honorary Membership in the Israelite congregation of Lübeck, September 07, 2017.
Between Remembrance and a New Beginning – the Groundbreaking of the Synagogue at Hohe Weide on November 9, 1958, August 21, 2017.
The First Civic Foundation in Hamburg – Housing for Jews and Christians, August 15, 2017.
The Citizen of Jewish Faith as an Educational Ideal. Eduard Israel Kley’s Treatise on the Israelite Elementary School, August 09, 2017.
Return in Uniform. Walter Albert Eberstadt and the Beginning of Radio Hamburg, August 07, 2017.
Olaf Matthes, Christina Ewald,
The Banning of Jews from Visiting Museums, August 02, 2017.
The Reopening of the Joseph Carlebach School, July 25, 2017.
Family Names and Matters of Identity. Hans Julius Oppenheim’s Petition, July 05, 2017.
The Founding of a new Jewish Congregation in Hamburg (1945). The Twelve “Founding Fathers.”, July 05, 2017.
The Introduction of Women’s Right to Vote in Hamburg’s Jewish Congregation, July 05, 2017.
Hamburg’s Jews Take Permanent Family Names, March 28, 2017.
The Resolution by the Council and City Assembly on the Emancipation of Hamburg’s Jews Passed on February 21, 1849, March 24, 2017.
A Contest as an Attempt to Revive Jewish Tradition, March 22, 2017.
The Funerary Monument for Dr. Gabriel Riesser at the Jewish Cemetery on Ilandkoppel / Hamburg Ohlsdorf, March 22, 2017.
The “Hep-Hep” Riots in Hamburg. Ludolf Holst’s Treatise “On the Relationship of the Jews to the Christians in Commercial Towns”, March 09, 2017.
Transnational Networks and Questions of Belonging. An Exchange of Letters Between Jacob Schiff and Max Warburg During World War I., March 07, 2017.
Exile and Exile Literature. Walter A. Berendsohn’s struggle to return to Hamburg University, February 22, 2017.
In Search of Belonging. Jacob Sonderling’s “This is my Life”, February 20, 2017.
The Admission of Baptized Students to the Talmud Torah School in Hamburg Beginning in Late 1938, February 13, 2017.
Emily J. Levine,
A Hamburg Friendship. Erwin Panofsky’s obituary on Aby Warburg, February 02, 2017.
Andrea Althaus, Linde Apel,
Narrative Layers of History. The Oral History Interviews with Holocaust Survivor Esther Bauer, September 22, 2016.
The Zinnowitz Song: A Symbol of Resort Antisemitism, September 22, 2016.
Avraham Barkai, Pavel Golubev,
The Centralverein’s Opposition to National Socialism, September 22, 2016.
The General Privilege of 1641: An Important Step in the Formation of a Jewish Congregation in Altona, September 22, 2016.
Antisemitism and Persecution, September 22, 2016.
Antisemitism in the Postwar Period. The Case of Friedrich Nieland, September 22, 2016.
The Jew-Eater. A Response to Wilhelm Marr, September 22, 2016.
Wilhelm Marr’s A Mirror to the Jews, September 22, 2016.
“To Palestine!” Comments on the Oral History Video Interview with Rachel Dror, September 22, 2016.
“The Jews’ Residence”: Orthodox Lutheran Attitudes towards the Coexistence of Jews and Christians, September 22, 2016.
“The Rich Jew”: An Anti-Judaic Anecdote about the Religious Social Order in 17th century Hamburg, September 22, 2016.
Religion and Identity, September 22, 2016.
“On the Road with Ballin—Experiences Made by a Russian Emigrant”, September 22, 2016.
Migration, September 22, 2016.
Persecution and Marginalization of So-Called “Mixed-bloods”. The Case of Friedrich Wilhelm Lübbert, September 22, 2016.
Family and Everyday Life, September 22, 2016.
Modern Jewish Social Work. The Israelite-Humanitarian Women’s Association, September 22, 2016.
The Kaiser, Dignitaries, and the Press as Guests of Albert Ballin, September 22, 2016.
The Debate on Kosher Butchering in Hamburg. Discussions on Its Ban during the Weimar Republic, September 22, 2016.
Renaming of Hamburg Streets under National Socialism: Hallerstraße, September 22, 2016.
Radio Appeal for an Anti-Jewish Boycott, September 22, 2016.
The “Rulands-Eck.” Antisemitism in Cabaret, September 22, 2016.
From Hamburg out into the World—Jewish Emigration and the Aid Organization of German Jews, September 22, 2016.
Leisure and Sports, September 22, 2016.
The Controversial Mission to the Jews. A 1964 Correspondence between Helmut Schmidt, Hamburg’s Senator for Interior Affairs, and Bishop Hans-Otto Wölber, September 22, 2016.
The Founding of the Jewish Library and Reading Room, September 22, 2016.
Economy and Occupational Patterns, September 22, 2016.
Law and Politics, September 22, 2016.
Arts and Culture, September 22, 2016.
“Neues Bauen” and Jewish Architecture. Photograph of the Temple on Oberstraße, September 22, 2016.
Organizations and Institutions, September 22, 2016.
“The Jews in the Army”—On the Origins and Pervasiveness of a Prejudice, September 22, 2016.
Education and Learning, September 22, 2016.
The Imperial Decree for Jews of 1710 (the so-called Judenreglement): a new formal guarantee of legal security for the Jews of Hamburg, September 22, 2016.
Memory and Remembrance, September 22, 2016.
The Stolpersteine of Brahmsallee 13: The Stories behind the Names and the Obstacles to Commemorating Them, September 22, 2016.
Jewish Martial Arts. Hamburg’s Sports Club “Schild”, September 22, 2016.
Jitte Glückstadt’s Testament. The Soul’s Care and Salvation in the Early Modern Era, September 22, 2016.
Continuities in a Historiography Overshadowed by Its National Socialist Past?, September 22, 2016.
Demographics and Social Structure, September 22, 2016.
Social Issues and Welfare, September 22, 2016.
Sephardic Jews in Hamburg, September 22, 2016.
Scholarship, September 22, 2016.
“The Enemy is in the Country: The Jew.” Poster Stamps Printed by the Deutschvölkischen Schutz- und Trutz-Bundes [German Nationalist Protection and Defiance Federation], September 22, 2016.
Anna von Villiez,
The Disenfranchisement of Jewish Physicians in Hamburg during National Socialism, September 22, 2016.
Social Democrat, Cooperative Member, and Jew. Joseph Berkowitz Kohn’s Activism in Late 19th Century Hamburg, September 22, 2016.