17. November 2021 | 19:00

Lecture: Elke Rajal “Antisemitismuskritische Bildungsarbeit mit Erwachsenen” (“Antisemitism-critical educational work with adults”)

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What should and what can educational work do in view of still-widespread antisemitism, for example, in the form of pandemic-related conspiracy myths? And what role does adult education play here? Elke Rajal clarifies the term in her lecture and outlines the field of “antisemitism-critical educational work.” In the process, she will particularly examine the pitfalls and gaps in such educational efforts. Concluding with suggestions that can be used in practice, she will also show what successful antisemitism-critical educational work can look like.
Elke Rajal is a political scientist and is currently working at the Chair of Sociology at the University of Passau. She is involved in the “Ideologies and Politics of Inequality” Research Group.
An event held in the scope of the lecture series “Of Myths, Lies and Rumors. Antisemitism and Political Education,” a cooperation between the Austrian Society for Political Education (ÖGPB), the Jewish Museum Vienna and the Depot – Kunst und Discussion.

This digital event is held via Zoom.
After registration for the event a link will be sent to you via e-mail.
Registration: Tel.: +43 1 535 04 31-1510 or e-mail: events@jmw.at