Flyer ShUM

Events: Retrospect

Conference „Jewish Cultural Heritage. Projects, Methods, Inspirations”, Warsaw, JUne 8 to 10, 2016. POLIN Museum

Major lectures and other material, including a Heritage Map with short video statements by members - including ShUM Cities Ass. - are reachable under:
The Map with Heritage sites is also to see under:

Exhibition Opening on Judaism and Wine, September 1, 2016, Worms

European Day of Jewish Culture, September 4, 2016, Mainz, New Synagogue

Day of the open Memorial, September 4, 2016
Speyer, "Jewish Courtyard "; Events around ShUM and the UNESCO-application

Exhibition Opening on Judaism and Wine, October 27, 2016, Mainz

Press Conference Restoration Mikveh Worms, November 14, 2016

Visit of Directorate and Curators from Jewish Museum Frankfurt, 11/28/2016

Lecture Prof. Julius H. Schoeps, March 9, 2017, Mainz

Opening Lecture for the first ShUM-Cities Ass. Lecture Series, Mainz, New Synagogue. Prof. Schoeps highlighted how mainly Non-Jews deal with Jewish heritage in Germany.

Visit Michael Mail in Worms und Speyer, March 19 to 21, 2017

Visit Director Foundation for Jewish Heritage/ Member ICOMOS in ShUM-Cities

Words and Wine: Judaism, Theatre Ludwigshafen, March 25, 2017

Manager Tilman Gersch in conversation with Hans Neu und Susanne Urban. Recitations from Literature and biblical texts. Music by De Roode Pelikan and a Cello-Quartett. The ShUM-Cities' exhibition on Wine and Judaism was also on display during the evening.

Experts meeting »Living Water/ Worms Mikveh«, Worms, March 27, 2017

Lecture Dr. Ing. Simon Paulus on Architecture of Synagogues, Worms, March 29, 2017

Dr. Ing. Simon Paulus underlined in his lecture on architecture of Synagogues in the Medieval era the characteristics of the Synagogues in Worms and Speyer and their influence on the architecture of Synagogues in the following centuries.

Conference »Between Pogrom and Neighborhood«, Mainz, April 27 and 28, 2017

Lecture Prof. Michael Brocke, Speyer, May 11, 2017

Prof. Michael Brocke illuminated the cemetery culture in Worms and Speyer in the Middle Ages. He compared architecture, design, ornaments and symbols, explained the inscriptions, decrypted biblical references, and highlighted similarities as differences in the burial culture of these two Shum communities.