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Series of events on the occasion of 1700 years of Jewish life in Germany



Modern Orthodoxy in Judaism

and the role of women

Lecture with discussion


Rabbi and professor for Jewish history at the University for Jewish Studies in Heidelberg.

Since 2006, Prof. Klein has held the chair of “History of the Jewish People” at the University for Jewish Studies in Heidelberg.

Her main research interests are the history of the Jews in antiquity, the Middle Ages and modern times, including issues of social and gender history as well as legal, economic, religious and mental history issues.

Orthodox Judaism assumes that there are different roles for men and women in religious life.

Prof. Klein will speak about modern orthodoxy in Judaism and the role of women in an online event and discuss the point of view of different faiths in Judaism.


Date:  Tuesday, October 19, 2021 at 6 p.m.


Online event



Organizer: Alevi Educational Organization "Șah İbrahim Veli" eV

Live democracy! Coordination and specialist office Bodenseekreis (cross-generational) in cooperation with Office for Migration and Integration - District Office Bodenseekreis.

This event is funded by the Federal Ministry for Family, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth as part of the federal program “Democracy Life”.


Cooperation partners: Jewish Community Konstanz eV and Catholic Adult Education Bodenseekreis eV


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