THE JOSEPH CARLEBACH INSTITUTE
Bar-Ilan University

The Carlebach Institute was established in March 1992 in collaboration with the University of Hamburg. Joseph Carlebach was the last Rabbi of the Jewish communities of Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein, who perished in the Holocaust alongside his wife Lotte, their three young daughters, and many members of his community. The JCI aims to continue Joseph Carlebach's legacy of connecting Judaism with culture and promoting education towards humanity.

ARCHIVAL HOLDINGS IN CONTEXT



JCI LIBRARY BLOG

ON THE DEATH OF DR. ECKART FREY



It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Dr. Eckart Frey from Magdeburg, one of the greatest friends of the JCI in Germany and a cooperation partner for some decades.

'BETWEEN MAN AND STONE'



20 years since Stolpersteine were placed in Hamburg [April 2004] in memory of Rabbi Joseph Carlebach and his family, who perished in the Holocaust.

PUBLICATIONS



'The End of German Jewry is Upon Us':
Rabbi Joseph Z. Carlebach - End of an Epoch.

By Meir Seidler.
Bar-Ilan University Press, 2023.

FEATURED CONTENT



RESEARCH PROJECTS


JCI WEBSITE

Coming soon! We are working on information pages about the Carlebach Institute on the Bar-Ilan University website. The site, available in Hebrew and English, will provide current information about JCI activities, team contacts, upcoming events, publications, library and archive collections, and more.
The original website, edited in German, was established by the Institute's founder, Prof. Dr. Miriam Gillis-Carlebach [1998]. The site also includes a virtual photo album, "Highlights on the Jewish Past of Hamburg" [2008], available in Hebrew, English, and German.

Website: http://www.jci.co.il
Photo album: https://www.jci.co.il/Streiflichter/en




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