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Memorial Foundation Board Briefings - Past Awards of Scholarships and Fellowships


AZULAY, Esther: Creating From Creations: Intertexuality in the Novels of Amoz Oz. Dani Sefarim, 314 pp. in Hebrew, 2006.

BAR-EL, Adina: Under the Little Green Trees: Yiddish and Hebrew Children's Periodicals in Poland 1918-1939. Zur-Ot Press, 518 pp. in Hebrew and 25 pp. in English, 2006.

BEN-AMOS, Dan: Jewish Folk Literature. Magnes Press, 193 pp. in Hebrew, 2006.

BEN-DROR, Graciela: La Iglesia Catolica Ante El Holocausto: Espana Y America Latina 1933- 1945. Zalman Shazar Center, 320 pp. in Hebrew, 2000.

BURAKOVSKY, Aleksandr: A Socio and Ethno-Political Analysis of Jewish-Ukrainian Relations, 1985-2005, As Reflected in Periodic Publications in Ukraine. CD, 2006.

FELDMAN, David M.: Where There's Life There's Life. Yashar Books, 155 pp. in English, 2006.

FINKELMAN, Yoel: Medium and Message in Contemporary Haredi Adventure Fiction. Torah U-Madda Journal 13, pp. 50-87 in English, 2005.

GUTMAN, Rene: Le Choulh'an Haroukh Yoreh Deah. Strasbourg, 169 pp. in French, 2006.

KADAR, Gabor and VAGI, Zoltan: Hullarablas. Jaffa Kiado, Budapest, 432 pp. in Hungarian, 2005.

KADAR, Gabor and VAGI, Zoltan: Self-financing Genocide: The Gold Train, the Becher Case and the Wealthy Hungarian Jews. CEU Press, 413 pp. in English, 2001.

KADAR, Gabor and VAGI, Zoltan: Tanulmanyok A Holokausztrol II. Bakassi Kiado, Budapest, 312 pp. in Hungarian, 2002.

KAGAN, Meyer: Chedushei Ha Rambam: Kiddushin. Hemed, Jerusalem, 325 pp. in Hebrew, 5765.

MENDELEVICH, Yosef: Miktze Ha Shamayim. Erez, 108 pp. in Hebrew, 5762.

MORRIS-REICH, Amos: Arthur Ruppin's Concept of Race. Israeli Studies, Vol. II, No. 3, 30 pp. in English.

PORAT, Elisha: Episode. Y & H Publishers, 168 pp. in English, 2006.

POSEQ, Avigdor: Jacques Lipchitz: Maker of Jewish Sculpture. Academon, Jerusalem, 256 pp. in English, 2006.

ROSEN, Tova: Unveiling Eve: Reading Gender in Medieval Hebrew Literature. University of Pennsylvania Press, 264 pp. in English, 2003.

SHOHAM-STEINER, Ephraim: For A Prayer In That Place Would Be Most Welcome: Jews Holy Shrines and Miracles - A New Approach. Viator, 369-395 pp. in Hebrew, October, 2006.

TA-SHMA, Israel (z"l): Studies in Medieval Rabbinic Literature: Italy and Byzantium. Dfus Aylon,Jerusalem, 360 pp. in Hebrew, 2005.

VOISKOUN, Alexandra: The Odessa Parisians. Gishrey Tarbut, 189 pp. in Hebrew and Russian, 2006.

ZILBER, Yechezkel: Rabbeinu Yona on Mesechet Sanhedrin. 272 pp. in Hebrew, 5766.