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Memorial Foundation Board Briefings - Past Awards of Scholarships and Fellowships

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS RESULTING FROM FELLOWSHIPS
RECEIVED ACADEMIC YEAR 2000-2001

AGMON, Pinchas, Dr.: The Jewish People During and After the Period of the Second World War 1939-1948. Beit Lohamei Haghetaot, 342 pgs. (Russian), June 1905.

ATZMON, Sara: More From the Devil's Court. 9 page illustrated booklet of paintings (Hebrew) (Hungarian and English).

BREUER, Yochanan, Dr.: Le' Shoneinu. Offprint, 80 pgs. (Hebrew), 2000.

FAUST, Avi, Dr.: Doorway Orientation, Settlement Planning and Cosmology in Ancient Israel During Iron Age II. Blackwell Publishers, 129-155 (English), May 2001.

FEINTUCH, Avraham, Dr.: Sefer Ha Mitzvot L'Rambam — Vol. I and II. Maaliyot Press, 536 pgs. (Hebrew), 2000.

GUTTERMAN, Bella, Dr.: A Narrow Bridge to Life — Jews in Concentration Camp Gross-Rosen and Its labor Camps, 1940-1945. Yad Vashem, 494 pgs. (Hebrew), 2000.

KAGAN, Meir, Rabbi: Chidushei Harashba — Menachot. Hemed, 350 pgs. (Hebrew), October 1915.

KARLINSKY, Nahum, Dr.: Citrus Blossoms: Jewish Entrepreneurship in Palestine, 1890-1939. Magnes Press, 315 pgs. (Hebrew), 2000

KORNGUT, Ephraim, Rabbi: Dinei Habayit Hamishutaf. Ariel, 416 pgs. (Hebrew), 5760.

KOSMAN, Admiel, Dr.: Nishikat Yaakov to Rachel. Bet Mikrah, 19 pgs. (Hebrew), 5757.

KRUGLOV, Alexander, Dr.: Catastrophe of Ukranian Jewry 1941-1944. Karavella, 375 pgs. (Russian), 2001.

LANDAU, Ephraim: Kerem Ephraim. Ephraim Landau. 196 pgs. (Hebrew), 5753.

LEVINE, Rhonda, Prof.: Class, Networks, and Identity. Rowan and Littlefield Publishers, 195 pgs. (English), 2001.

LEVITINA, Victoria, Dr.: The Jewish Question and The Soviet Theater. Tzur Ot, 308 pgs. (Russian), 2001.

POTULNYTSKI, Volodymr, Dr.: Jews and the Jewish Theme in Ukranian Historical Thought. Hebrew University, 35 pgs. (English), 2000.

PREPUK, Aniko, Dr.: The Reception of Jewish Religion in Hungary (1868-1895). Szazadveg, 141 pgs. in Hungarian, 2000.

ROZEN, Moshe, Rabbi: Chayei Yosef- Shevi'it Part I and II. Machon Amudei Or, 189 pgs. (Hebrew).

SACERDOTI, Yaakova, Dr.: Together and Separately As Well — On Adult Addresses in the Discourses of Children's Literature. Hakibbutz Hameuchad Publishing House Ltd., 158 pgs. (Hebrew), 2000.

SAGVARI, Agnes, Dr.: The Fate of the Properties of Jewish Communities in Hungary 1938-1968. Budapest, 79 pgs. (English), 2000.

SCHECHTER, Shmuel Yitzchak, Rabbi: Yeshiv Yitzchak — Chelek III. Machon Yeshiv Yitzchak, 419 pags (Hebrew), 5761.

SERVI, Sandro, Dr.: Sefer Haagadah, Volume II. Rimmonim, 451 pgs. in Italian, 2000.

SHOHAM, Shlomo, Prof.: Micro-Macro Criminology. Koninklijke Brill NV, 57 pgs. (English), 2001.

SHUR, Shimon, Dr.: G'dud Meginey Hasafah Be Eretz Israel (1923-1936). Mosad Herzl L'checker Hazionit ulilumoda, 73 pgs. (Hebrew), 2000.

SMILOVITSKY, Leonid. Dr.: Jewish Religious Leadership in Belorussia 1939-1953. offprint — Shvut, pgs. 87-122 (English), 1999.

VINOKUROVA, Faina: Jews of Vinnychchyna in the period of World War II. 335 pgs. (Russian).