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Joods Cultureel Kwartier

JCK Amsterdam / Caspar Stalenhoef

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Via deze podcast van het Joods Cultureel Kwartier kun je kennis maken met de joodse cultuur en geschiedenis. De afleveringen zijn te beluisteren als aanvulling of voorbereiding op je bezoek, bijvoorbeeld aan een van onze tentoonstellingen of evenementen.

Latest Episodes

Hoe Amsterdam de diamantstad van de wereld werd

Van grofweg 1600 tot 1900 werden praktisch alle diamanten ter wereld verhandeld en bewerkt in Amsterdam. Dat zorgde voor welvaart waar de hele stad van profiteerde. Deze aflevering gaat over hoe Amsterdam de diamantstad van de wereld werd, waarom er zoveel mensen in deze sector joods waren, en hoe zij successen behaalden door een vakbond op te richten die nog altijd wereldwijd als maatstaf wordt gezien. Aan het einde van de aflevering gaan we op bezoek bij Gassan Diamonds, voor een spoedcursus diamantslijpen.

21 MIN2019 SEP 27
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Hoe Amsterdam de diamantstad van de wereld werd

Over de scheppende kracht van de kabbala

De tentoonstelling is een fascinerende ontdekkingsreis: hoe een eeuwenoude joodse geheimleer, met ‘oerkennis’ over de schepping van hemel en aarde, zo wijdverspreid is geraakt in het westerse denken en de kunsten. In deze podcast legt conservator Mirjam Knotter een aantal kabbalistische ideeën uit en wat de invloed daarvan is geweest op bijvoorbeeld David Bowie, Barnett Newman en Anselm Kiefer. Daarna vertelt Chantal Suissa-Runne hoe zij de kabbala in haar eigen leven in de praktijk brengt.

22 MIN2019 APR 24
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Over de scheppende kracht van de kabbala

The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Introduction (1)

This is the first in a series of twelve episodes to accompany the exhibition ‘The Persecution of the Jews in Photographs: The Netherlands, 1940-1945’, which runs in the National Holocaust Museum in Amsterdam until October 6th, and will then travel on to the Topography of Terror in Berlin. This podcast series focuses on the Ten Stages of Genocide as drawn up by American law professor Gregory Stanton. You’ll hear experts from the Jewish Cultural Quarter and NIOD, followed by people who have survived the persecution, in excerpts from the interview project ‘Two Thousand Witnesses Tell Their Stories’. This podcast series is produced by Caspar Stalenhoef, written by Caspar Stalenhoef and Inger Schaap, narrated by Mikey Casalaina.

2 MIN2019 FEB 21
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The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Introduction (1)

The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Classification (2)

Before the Second World War, around two per cent of the Dutch population was Jewish. The Jews blended in with society. The Nazis used their own guidelines to determine who was Jewish and who was not, and set people against each other. They used hate propaganda to fuel the flames of anti-Semitism. Jews lost contact with the rest of society and became isolated. In this picture from 1933, all of that still seems far away.

4 MIN2019 FEB 21
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The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Classification (2)

The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Polarisation (3)

In the next stage, prejudice and anti-Semitic stereotyping are followed by discriminatory legislation. Just a few months after the start of the occupation, the first anti-Jewish measures were introduced, which eventually drove the Jews further and further apart from the rest of society. Because of all the prohibitions, Jews were no longer able to live normal lives. For example, Jews could no longer access the popular Lepelenburg park in Utrecht. With every step it became harder for Jews to resist the new measures, and for others to help.

4 MIN2019 FEB 21
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The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Polarisation (3)

The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Symbolisation (4)

From May 1942 onwards, all Jews of six years and older had to wear yellow badges. These badges resembled the Star of David, abusing a Jewish religious symbol. They marked the wearers as Jews, for all the world to see. Like these children in Amsterdam, pretending that they are going camping. Jews were treated as a separate group and thus became increasingly isolated.

3 MIN2019 FEB 21
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The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Symbolisation (4)

The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Organisation (5)

The persecution of the Jews was conceived, prepared, and carried out by people. The German Nazis received the help of Dutch collaborators, for instance when Dutch civil servants assisted in recording where in Amsterdam Jews lived. These thorough records made it very difficult for Jews to go into hiding.

3 MIN2019 FEB 21
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The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Organisation (5)

The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Discrimination (6)

The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Discrimination (6)

3 MIN2019 FEB 21
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The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Discrimination (6)

The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Dehumanisation (7)

The Nazis considered Jews an inferior race, and they expressed this in their language and in the treatment of Jews. Jewish possessions were stolen and social ties were severed. Entertainment and sports were forbidden for Jews. If perpetrators do not see their victims as human beings, they find it less difficult to kill them. Jews were taken to the death camps in cattle and freight wagons, and the Nazis were not the least bit ashamed; they even recorded the deportations on film.

4 MIN2019 FEB 21
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The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Dehumanisation (7)

The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Preparation (8)

The deportation of more than 104,000 Jews from the Netherlands required vast preparation and organisation. In Amsterdam, the premises of the Hollandsche Schouwburg were used for 16 months to hold a total of over 46,000 Dutch Jews awaiting deportation. The photographer recognised her classmate among the people in the theatre. The Hollandsche Schouwburg symbolises the turning point from life in restricted freedom to imprisonment. From life to death.

4 MIN2019 FEB 21
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The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Preparation (8)

Latest Episodes

Hoe Amsterdam de diamantstad van de wereld werd

Van grofweg 1600 tot 1900 werden praktisch alle diamanten ter wereld verhandeld en bewerkt in Amsterdam. Dat zorgde voor welvaart waar de hele stad van profiteerde. Deze aflevering gaat over hoe Amsterdam de diamantstad van de wereld werd, waarom er zoveel mensen in deze sector joods waren, en hoe zij successen behaalden door een vakbond op te richten die nog altijd wereldwijd als maatstaf wordt gezien. Aan het einde van de aflevering gaan we op bezoek bij Gassan Diamonds, voor een spoedcursus diamantslijpen.

21 MIN2019 SEP 27
Comments
Hoe Amsterdam de diamantstad van de wereld werd

Over de scheppende kracht van de kabbala

De tentoonstelling is een fascinerende ontdekkingsreis: hoe een eeuwenoude joodse geheimleer, met ‘oerkennis’ over de schepping van hemel en aarde, zo wijdverspreid is geraakt in het westerse denken en de kunsten. In deze podcast legt conservator Mirjam Knotter een aantal kabbalistische ideeën uit en wat de invloed daarvan is geweest op bijvoorbeeld David Bowie, Barnett Newman en Anselm Kiefer. Daarna vertelt Chantal Suissa-Runne hoe zij de kabbala in haar eigen leven in de praktijk brengt.

22 MIN2019 APR 24
Comments
Over de scheppende kracht van de kabbala

The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Introduction (1)

This is the first in a series of twelve episodes to accompany the exhibition ‘The Persecution of the Jews in Photographs: The Netherlands, 1940-1945’, which runs in the National Holocaust Museum in Amsterdam until October 6th, and will then travel on to the Topography of Terror in Berlin. This podcast series focuses on the Ten Stages of Genocide as drawn up by American law professor Gregory Stanton. You’ll hear experts from the Jewish Cultural Quarter and NIOD, followed by people who have survived the persecution, in excerpts from the interview project ‘Two Thousand Witnesses Tell Their Stories’. This podcast series is produced by Caspar Stalenhoef, written by Caspar Stalenhoef and Inger Schaap, narrated by Mikey Casalaina.

2 MIN2019 FEB 21
Comments
The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Introduction (1)

The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Classification (2)

Before the Second World War, around two per cent of the Dutch population was Jewish. The Jews blended in with society. The Nazis used their own guidelines to determine who was Jewish and who was not, and set people against each other. They used hate propaganda to fuel the flames of anti-Semitism. Jews lost contact with the rest of society and became isolated. In this picture from 1933, all of that still seems far away.

4 MIN2019 FEB 21
Comments
The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Classification (2)

The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Polarisation (3)

In the next stage, prejudice and anti-Semitic stereotyping are followed by discriminatory legislation. Just a few months after the start of the occupation, the first anti-Jewish measures were introduced, which eventually drove the Jews further and further apart from the rest of society. Because of all the prohibitions, Jews were no longer able to live normal lives. For example, Jews could no longer access the popular Lepelenburg park in Utrecht. With every step it became harder for Jews to resist the new measures, and for others to help.

4 MIN2019 FEB 21
Comments
The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Polarisation (3)

The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Symbolisation (4)

From May 1942 onwards, all Jews of six years and older had to wear yellow badges. These badges resembled the Star of David, abusing a Jewish religious symbol. They marked the wearers as Jews, for all the world to see. Like these children in Amsterdam, pretending that they are going camping. Jews were treated as a separate group and thus became increasingly isolated.

3 MIN2019 FEB 21
Comments
The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Symbolisation (4)

The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Organisation (5)

The persecution of the Jews was conceived, prepared, and carried out by people. The German Nazis received the help of Dutch collaborators, for instance when Dutch civil servants assisted in recording where in Amsterdam Jews lived. These thorough records made it very difficult for Jews to go into hiding.

3 MIN2019 FEB 21
Comments
The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Organisation (5)

The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Discrimination (6)

The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Discrimination (6)

3 MIN2019 FEB 21
Comments
The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Discrimination (6)

The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Dehumanisation (7)

The Nazis considered Jews an inferior race, and they expressed this in their language and in the treatment of Jews. Jewish possessions were stolen and social ties were severed. Entertainment and sports were forbidden for Jews. If perpetrators do not see their victims as human beings, they find it less difficult to kill them. Jews were taken to the death camps in cattle and freight wagons, and the Nazis were not the least bit ashamed; they even recorded the deportations on film.

4 MIN2019 FEB 21
Comments
The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Dehumanisation (7)

The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Preparation (8)

The deportation of more than 104,000 Jews from the Netherlands required vast preparation and organisation. In Amsterdam, the premises of the Hollandsche Schouwburg were used for 16 months to hold a total of over 46,000 Dutch Jews awaiting deportation. The photographer recognised her classmate among the people in the theatre. The Hollandsche Schouwburg symbolises the turning point from life in restricted freedom to imprisonment. From life to death.

4 MIN2019 FEB 21
Comments
The Persecution of the Jews in Ten Stages. Preparation (8)
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