III. Yearbook 2002 - 2003

III. YEARBOOK (2002-2003)

András Kovács:

Public Lectures

Jean-Christophe Attias and Esther Benbassa:
Israel, the Land and the Sacred

Shlomo Avineri:
Prospects for Peace in the Middle East

Michael Brenner:
Common Past versus Shared Memory: Changing Perceptions in German-Jewish Relations

Alina Cala:
Antisemitism Without Jews and Without Antisemites

Klaus Hödl:
The Viennese Jews' Search for Integration through the Jewish Museum in the late 19th Century

Moshe Idel:
Metamorphoses of a Platonic Theme in Jewish Mysticism

Tomas Kraus:
Federation of Jewish Communities in the Czech Republic

Irmela von der Lühe:
Against Oblivion. Jewish Women's Writing on the Holocaust

Michael Miller:
Reluctant Kingmakers: Moravian Jewish Politics in Late Imperial Austria

Attila Pók:
Scapegoating and Antisemitism After World War I: Hungarian Political Thought and Action

Ágnes Peresztegi:
Reparation for Holocaust-Era Human Rights Violations

Marsha L. Rozenblit:
 The Dilemma of National Identity. The Jews of Habsburg Austria in World War I

Joachim Schloer:
'On the third hand...' News from a Rediscovered Civilization in Memories of Odessa

Michael Shafir:
Varieties of Antisemitism in Post-Communist East Central Europe. Motivations and Political Discourse

Shulamit Volkov:
Inventing Tradition: On the Formation of Modern Jewish Culture

Kati Vörös:
A Unique Contract. Interpretations of Modern Hungarian Jewish History


András Kovács:
The Communist Party State and the Jews: Exploration and Study of Sources

András Kovács:
Hungarian Communist Policy and the Six-Day-War in 1967

Marie Crhova:
Jews under the Communist regime in Czechoslovakia

Albert Stankowski:
The actions of the Polish secret service towards the deputation of Israel in Poland in 1950-1952


List of Jewish Studies Lectures 2001-2004