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Reconfiguring Diaspora: The Transformation of the Jewish Diaspora in Antiquity

Workshop: All That Remains

ALL THAT REMAINS:

EDUCATION AND CONSERVATION OF JEWISH FUNERARY CULTURE

Monday-Tuesday, 11-12 June 2018

 

Ortal-Paz Saar (Utrecht University, Netherlands)
The Necessity for a Dialogue

Avriel Bar-Levav (Open University, Israel)
Attitudes towards Burial and Cemeteries in Judaism

Lisya Bicac (TU Delft, Netherlands)
Conservation of Stone Grave Markers

Jonny Daniels (Matzevah / From the Depths n.g.o., Poland and USA)
New Conservation Projects of Jewish Cemeteries throughout Europe

Thomas Kollatz (Digitale Akademie, Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur/Mainz, Germany)
Digital Approaches to Cemeteries Preservation and Education

Philippe Pierret (Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium)
From Beth Hayim to Museum, from Survey to Exhibition: A Journey into Funerary Culture

Leonard V. Rutgers (Utrecht University, Netherlands)
The Jewish Catacombs in Italy: Concrete Conservation Aspects

Yosef Stepansky (Israel Antiquities Authority)
The Ancient Jewish Cemetery in Zefat, Israel: The Epitaphs from the 16th and 17th Centuries and the Problem of their Preservation

H. Daniel Wagner (Weizmann Institute, Israel) and
Kamila Klauzińska (Zdunska Wola, Poland, Jewish Cemetery Project)
Walking among Colors in Polish Cemeteries

Filip Vukosavovic (National Maritime Museum, Israel)
Displaying Death without Dying: Approaching Death in Museum Settings in Israel