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Beyond Exile: German-Jewish Encounters in Latin America
Approximately 100,000 Jewish refugees arrived in Latin America between 1933-1945, as they fled Nazi persecution in Central Europe. In different countries in the region, these refugees found more than a safe haven. The three presentations in this panel explore various facets in the lives of displaced Central-European Jews in Latin America, highlighting interactions with their new surroundings, cultural transfers and everyday experiences.

Organized by Sheer Ganor (History) with presentations from Liliana Feierstein (Humboldt. U), & Daniela Gleizer (UNAM Mexico).

Mar 8, 2021 12:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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