Together with my colleagues Martin Blatt (History), Jennifer Sartori (Jewish Studies), and Diana Erinna (World Languages) – and with sponsorship from the German Embassy in Washington D.C. – I curated a series of events on the topic of Jewish life in Germany today. At the heart of these events is an exhibit that features biographical sketches of Jews in Germany that sets out to invite a debate about how the Jewish community was able to rebuild in the ‘country of perpetrators’. The exhibit runs until January 2017. An opening reception featured a panel of speakers – Rabbi Ron Fish, Journalist Toby Axelrod, and Professor of Architecture Peter Wiederspahn – who discussed the promise, success, but also setbacks for Jews living in Germany today. A write up of this event and the exhibit can be found here.