IV. Yearbook 2004 - 2005

IV. YEARBOOK (2004-2005)

András Kovács - Michael L. Miller:

Public Lectures

Shlomo Avineri:
Prague 1744  Lake Success 1947: Statecraft without a State

Wolfgang Benz:
The World of National Socialist Camps: Places of Exclusion, Discrimination, Extermination

Nicholas de Lange:
Research on Byzantine Jewry: The State of the Question

Sidra Dekoven Ezrahi:
The Tragical Comedy of Impersonation: Jews, America and the Twentieth Century

László Karsai:
Could the Jews of Hungary have survived the Holocaust? New Answers to an Old Question

Andrei S. Markovits:
Twin brothers: European Antisemitism and anti-Americanism

Paul B. Miller:
The (Non) Bombing of Auschwitz: Perks and Perils in Counterfactual History

Guy Miron:
Between Center  and East The Special Way of Jewish Emancipation in Hungary

Jacques Picard:
Neutral Switzerland, National Socialist Past, and the Legacy of History

Frank Stern:
The Semitic Gaze from the Screen: German and Austrian Cinematic Discourse between Antisemitism and Philosemitism


Conference Program:
Jews and the Legacies of Empire (May 29-31, 2005)

Miklós Konrád:
Jewish Perception of Antisemitism in Hungary before World War I

Mária M. Kovács:
The Case of the Teleki Statue: New Debates on the History of the Numerus Clausus in Hungary

Research Project The Communist Party State and the Jews: Exploration and Study of Sources

András Kovács:
Overview of Project, The Eichmann Trial: 12 Documents from the Hungarian Archives (1960 - 1961)

Marie Crhová:
Israel in the Foreign and International Politics of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia in the 1960s and Beyond


Jewish Studies Lecture Series, 2003 - 2005

Courses Offered in the Jewish Studies Specialization, 2003 - 2005

MA Theses in Jewish Studies, 2003 - 2005

4. Contributors