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Hanno Loewy

Photo Credit: Jon Holloway

Hanno Loewy studied literature, theater, film and television studies as well as cultural anthropology and received his doctorate from the University of Konstanz with a dissertation on the film theorist Béla Balázs. He developed parts of the permanent exhibition for the Jewish Museum Frankfurt/M. and the Jewish Museum Berlin. From 1990 to 2000 he built up (from 1995 as founding director) the Fritz Bauer Institute in Frankfurt/Main. He became head of the Department for Remembrance Culture and Reception Research in the same building until 2003. Since 2000 he has been a lecturer at the University of Konstanz in the field of literary studies/media studies. Since 2004 he has been director of the Jewish Museum Hohenems.


Date & Time



10.09.21 | 09:00 – 12:00

Symposium Panel I
Hanno Loewy
(Jewish Museum Hohenems)
Ambigous Spaces – Mapping conflicted urban structures of belonging in a museum and beyond


Vorarlberg Museum, Kornmarktplatz 1,  Bregenz, Austria