I. YEARBOOK (PUBLIC LECTURES 1996-1999)
Randolph L. Braham:
Romanian Nationalists and the Holocaust: The Drive to Refurbish the Past
World Jewry and Israel; Economic Relations towards the Twenty-First Century
Reconstructing Jewish Communities and Jewish Identities in Post-Communist East Central Europe
Limits of Tolerance in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century in Transylvania. The Case of the Jews.
Physical Characteristics of the Jews
Jewish Over-Schooling Revisited: The Case of Hungarian Secondary Education under the Old Regime (1900-1941)
"Maistrin" (Mastress) and Business-Woman.
Jewish Upper Class Women in Late Medieval Austria
Jewish Assimilation and Jewish Politics in Modern Hungary
Jews, Communism and the Jewish Communists
"Hitler's Willing Executioners" and "Ordinary Germans".
Some Comments on Goldhagen's Ideas
Russian Jewish Literature after the Second World War and before the Perestroika
Anthropological Reflections on Jewish Identity in Contemporary Hungary
Art and Jewish-Polish Relations. Matejko and Gottlieb at the National Museum in Warsaw
The Third Pillar? Toward a European Jewish Identity.
Jewish Identity in Postwar Austria: Experiences and Dilemmas
Ancient Legends, Modern History. Jewish Themes in the Works of Illés Kaczér