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Memorial Foundation Board Briefings - Past Awards of Scholarships and Fellowships


ASTRO, Alan: Yiddish South of the Border: An Anthology of Latin American Yiddish Writing. University of New Mexico Press, 212 pgs in English, 2003.

BURAKOVSKIY, Aleksandr: The History and Analysis of Jewish Community Organizations and Jewish Publications in Ukraine Between 1985 and 2000. CD

DOSTIS, Isaac: We Are Not Alone. Videocassette.

ELIOR, Rachel, Prof.: Temple and Chariot, Priests and Angels, Sanctuary and Heavenly Sanctuaries in Early Jewish Mysticism. Magnes Press, 337 pgs in Hebrew, 2002.

GILLERMAN, Sharon: Samson in Vienna: The Theatrics of Jewish Masculinity. Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion, Jewish Social Studies, Volume 9 No. 2, pgs 65-99, Winter 2003.

GUBENKO, Gitel: Kniga Pechaly (The Book of Sorrows). G. Stanislau Co. Inc., 396 pgs in English, 2003.

HAGANI, Amira: A Missive to Hashomer Hatzair Partisans. Moreshet, 99 pgs in Hebrew, Yiddish and English, 2002.

JACOBS, Ezra, Rabbi: Coming Full Circle. Guardian Press, 343 pgs in English, 2003.

KAPLAN, Tsvi: Melech B’Peyo. Kol Mevasser, 274 pgs in Hebrew, 2001.

KARLINSKY, Nahum, Dr.: Iyunim Bitkumat Israel - Economy and Society in Mandatory Palestine (1918-1948). Sefi Graphics Design, Beer Sheva, 628 pages in Hebrew, 2003.

LEVIN, Yigal, Dr.: Who Was The Chronicler’s Audience? A Hint From His Genealogies. University of Tennessee, JBL 122/2, offprint pages 229-245 in English, 2003.

LURIA, Shalom, Dr.: The Art of Daniel Charney’s Memoirs. Zur-ot Press, Jerusalem, 339 pgs in Hebrew, Autumn 2002.

MARGOLIN, Amalia: My 100 Children. videocassette.

NAYMAM, Oleksandr: The History of the Jews of Ukraine. Kiyuv, 495 pgs in Russian, 2003.

NOAM, Vered, Dr.: Megillat Ta’anit: Versions, Interpretations, History. Yad Ben Zvi, Jerusalem. 450 pgs in Hebrew, 2003

ROSEN, Ilana, Dr.: Sister in Sorrow - A Journey to the Life Histories of Female Holocaust Survivors from Hungary. Ben Gurion University, 274 pgs in Hebrew, 2003.

SPECTOR-SIMON, Reeva: The Jews of the Middle East and North Africa in Modern Times. Columbia University Press, 549 pgs in English, 2003.

SPITZER, Shlomo: Hebrew Sources Relating to the History of Hungary and Hungarian Jewry in the Middle Ages (from the Beginnings until 1868). Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 977 pgs in Hungarian and Hebrew, Budapest, 2003.

STANSKY, Peter, Prof.: Sassoon: The Words of Philip and Sybil. Yale University Press, 295 pgs in English, 2003.

TETER, Magdalena, Dr.: Jewish Conversions to Catholicism in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth of the Seventeeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. Jewish History 17: Kluwer Academic, Wesleyan University, 257-283 pgs in English.

WOOLF, Jeffrey, Dr.: The Synagogue in Medieval Franco-Germany: Between Perception and Law. Kenishta 2, 9-30 pgs in Hebrew, Offprint.

ZASLOFF, Tela: A Rescuer’s Story - Pastor Pierre-Charles Toureille in Vichy France. University of Wisconsin Press, 272 pgs in English, 2003.