EVREII DIN ROMANIA Conferinta

     Pe data de 6-7 nov.a.c.la Universitatea Tel Aviv va avea loc o conferinta internationala cu tema “Mit si realitate in istoria evreilor din Romania. Secolul 20.” cu participarea unor istorici importanti din Romania, SUA, si Israel. Felicit pe dr. Gina Pana,
directoarea Centrului Cultural Roman din Tel Aviv pentru realizarea acestei conferinte.
     Alaturat trimit programul conferintei.
                                     Alex Lorber

Conference Program

History of the Romanian Jews in the 20th Century. Myth and Reality

November 6th & 7th,  2011

Tel Aviv University

Day 1

November 6th, 18.00 – 20:00, the Cymbalista Center

18:00 – 18:30 – Get Together, Cymbalista Center Hall

18:30 – 19:30 – Introductory remarks:

Moderator: Dr. Simha Goldin, Head of the Goren-Goldstein Diaspora Research Center, Tel Aviv University

Menahem HaCohen, former Chief Rabbi of Romania

Dr. Radu Ioanid, Director, International Archival Programs, USHMM, Washington D.C.

 H.E. Edward Iosiper, Ambassador of Romania

Dr. Gina Pana, Director, Romanian Cultural Institute in Tel Aviv

Micha Harish, Chairman, United Organization of Romanian Jews in Israel

19:30 – 20:00 – Lecture

Rafi Vago, Tel Aviv University : Vive la difference - the short distance between myth and reality – the case of Romanian Jewry”.

 

Day 2

November 7th, 09:00 – 18:00, Gilman Building, Room 496

09:00 – 09:30 – Get Together, Gilman Building Hall

09:30 – 12:30 – First Panel

 Moderator: Dr. Rafi Vago

Zvi Hartman, University of Haifa: “The Jews in Interwar Transylvania – trapped between two ethnic groups: Romanian and Hungarian”

Radu Ioanid, USHMM, Washington, D.C.: “Holocaust in Romania & the Ransom of the Jews. Truth vs. fiction”

Adrian Cioflâncă, A.D. Xenopol History Institute, Iaşi, Romania: ”Urban Mythologies. Anti-Semitic Rumors, Diversion and Propaganda during the Iasi Pogrom” (June, 1941).

Leon Volovici, Hebrew University of Jerusalem “Historians facing collective memory and myths: the case of Jean Ancel”

Ronit Fisher, University of Haifa, “The Romanian chapter in the unique collective memory of Czernowitz

Break: 12.30 – 13.30

Second Panel: 13.30 – 17.30

Moderator: Dr. Leon Volovici

Damiana Oțoiu, National Institute for the Memory of the Romanian Exile, Bucharest, Romania: “The Fate of Heirless Jewish Property in Romania after 2nd WW. Between mimic restitution and nationalization”

Andrei Muraru, National Institute for the Memory of the Romanian Exile, Bucharest, Romania: Collaboration on Trial: Jews as War Criminals in Romania

Anca Ciuciu, Center for the Study of the History of Romanian Jewry, Bucharest, Romania: “Between myth and reality: The Jew, as an old clothes seller

Alexander Avram, Yad Vashem Institute, Jerusalem:  ”A-typical Jewish names: Romanian Surnames used by Jews in the Old Kingdom”

Gabriel Gurman, Ben Gurion University of the Negev “The Romanian Immigrant and its depiction in Hebrew Literature”

17:00 17:15 Coffee Break

17:00 – 18:00 Round table, Conclusions, Q & A

(in Romanian)

Moderator: Dr. Radu Ioanid

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1 comment
  1. Multumesc pentru informatie domnule profesor!
    Am publicat-o si eu pe blogul meu!
    http://cugiralba.wordpress.com/2011/10/17/evreii-din-romania-conferinta/
    Daca participati asa fi interesat de o singura problema.Mai ales ca dupa ce am studiat programul am vazut ca este si un panel la care se preteaza a fi pusa intrebarea:De ce MIKLOSH HORTY nu este categorisit criminal de razboi ca maresalul ION ANTONESCU?Daca aflati raspunsul la aceasta intrebare sunt amator sa-l aflu si eu .Dupa cum as fi bucuros sa citesc in limba romana si alte materiale.
    Cu multumiri si respect deosebit,

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