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Studies of the Leo Baeck Institute

Studies of the Leo Baeck Institute

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Published in New York, F. Ungar Pub. Co .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jews -- Germany.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Max Krentzberger.
    ContributionsKrentzberger, Max., Leo Baeck Institute.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 318 p. ;
    Number of Pages318
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22998742M
    LC Control Number67002583

      LBYB45_all:Leo Baeck Year Book 45 23/4/08 Page BARKAI, Avraham, Ph.D., b. in Berlin. Fellow at Yad Vashem, International Centre of Holocaust Studies, Jerusalem. Author of i.a. Jüdische Minderheit und Industrialisierung, Demographie, Berufe und Einkommen der Juden in Westdeutschland – (); From Boycott to Annihilation; The Economic Struggle of German .   Daniel Herskowitz named winner of the Leo Baeck Institute Year Book Prize AJS member Dr. Daniel Herskowitz (University of Oxford) is the winner of the Leo Baeck Institute Year Book Prize for his article "Between Exclusion and Intersection: Heidegger's Philosophy and Jewish Volkism".

    The Institute must avail itself of financial support from various sources in order to maintain its varied activities and to achieve the goals it has set for itself. Any donation will be accepted gratefully. You can donate by sending us a check in the mail: Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem, Post Office Box (or P.O.B) , Jerusalem The bulk of Leo Baeck Institute New York’s archives are the personal papers of German-speaking Library has o volumes. In October , Leo Baeck Institute New York announced that it had digitized nearly its entire archival holdings and large portion of its art collections and rare books as part of the DigiBaeck project. The DigiBaeck digital collection portal includes Location: 15 West 16th Street, New York City, New York.

    Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem is one of the three centers of Leo Baeck Institute which was founded by Jews of German origin, the last generation of a thousand years old Jewish community. Its purpose is the research of the history and culture of Jews in Germany and other German speaking countries. The Leo Baeck Day School’s administration and faculty are committed to the values of professionalism, lifelong learning and nurturing community. If you are interested in joining our team, please review our current position postings in the Careers section of the website.


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