Szívós Erika előadása az Urban Encounters konferencián

Szívós Erika előadása az Urban Encounters konferencián
05/23 - 05/24

2022. május 23. 11:00 - 2022. május 24. 16:00

University of Graz, Universitätsstraße 15

05/23 - 05/24

2022. május 23. 11:00 - 2022. május 24. 16:00

University of Graz, Universitätsstraße 15

A konferencia teljes programja az alábbiakban olvasható:


Monday, May 23, 2022
Welcome and opening remarks by Klaus Hödl, Susanne Korbel, Michael L. Miller (organizing committee)

Panel 1: Political Encounters
Chair: Anna Adorjáni (University of Vienna)
David A. Meola (University of South Alabama): The Spaces of Emancipation during the Vormärz
Olga Petrova (Central European University Vienna): Revolutionary Encounters – Interaction of Jews and non-Jews in the Events of the Ukrainian Revolution: The Case of Solomon Goldelman

13:00–15:15 Lunch Break + guided walking tour

Panel 2: Encounters in the Public Sphere – Architecture and Spas
Chair: Björn Siegel (University of Hamburg/University of Graz)
Erika Szívós (Eötvös Loránd University Budapest): Jews, non-Jews, and Intercultural Exchange in Fin-de-Siècle Central Europe: The Case of Architecture
Miklós Konrád (Institute of History of the Research Centre for the Humanities, Budapest): Enjoying the Company of Others – or Not. Jews and non-Jews in Hungarian Thermal Spa Resorts (1840–1914)

16:45–17:15 Coffee Break

Panel 3: Encounters in the Public Sphere – Law and Finance
Chair: Olaf Terpitz (University of Graz)
Péter Buchmüller (Central European University Vienna): Interactions between Jews and Non-Jews in the Budapest Bar Association
Michael L. Miller (Central European University Vienna): Taking Stock: Jews and Christians in the Budapest Finance World

19:00 Conference Dinner

Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Panel 4: Literary Encounters
Chair: Gerald Lamprecht (University of Graz)
Lisa-Franziska Rauch (University of Graz): “The Sacred Scarabeus”: Reflecting on Jewish (In)Visibility from a Sociological Perspective
Carsten Wilke (Central European University Vienna): Spaces of Protection and Miscegenation: The Cityscapes of German Jewish Literature
Martina Niedhammer (University of Munich): „[…] daß es auch von Christen gebraucht werden kann.“ Jewish Cookbooks as a Medium of Everyday Contact between Jews and Christians

12:00–13:30 Lunch Break

Panel 5: Intersectionality in Daily Encounters
Chair: Klaus Hödl (University of Graz)
Alison Rose (University of Rhode Island): Antisemitism, Identity, and Intersectionality in Everyday Encounters between Jewish Women and non-Jews in Turn of the Century Austria
Sabine Wieber (University of Glasgow): Vienna’s Jewish Salonnières as Interlocutors in Progressive Cultural Discourses ca. 1900
Susanne Korbel (University of Graz): A Shared Kitchen, a Rented Bed, a Flooded Kabinett: Encounters Between Jews and Non-Jews in Viennese Homes

15:30–16:00 Closing Discussion