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Memorial Foundation Board Briefings - Past Awards of Scholarships and Fellowships

SELECTED LIST OF DISSERTATIONS RECEIVED
ACADEMIC YEAR 2003-2004

BAUMGARTEN, Elisheva: Mother and Children: Jewish Family Life in Medieval Europe. Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 386 pp. in Hebrew, 2000.

BENOR, Sarah Bunin: Second Style Acquisition: The Linguistic Socialization of Newly Orthodox Jews. Stanford University, 298 pp. in English, July 2004.

BERGER, Yitzhak: Radak on Chronicles: Critical Edition, Translation and Supercommentary. UMI Dissertation Services, 2003.

COHEN, Barak: Rav Sheshet and his Interpretive and Analytical Methodology. Bar-Ilan University, 288 pp. in Hebrew, September 2003.

EYDARA, Dror Cohen: The Beginning of Modern Religious Hebrew Poetry in the Land of Israel Myth, Ethos and Mysticism in the Literary Works of Yosef Zvi Rimon. Bar-Ilan University, CD Rom, 2004.

HAKAK, Yohai: Yeshiva Learning and Military Training: An Encounter Between Two Cultural Models. Floersheimer Institute for Policy, 95 pp. in Hebrew, Dfus Achava, 2003.

KLEIN, Misha: Braided Lives: On Being Jewish and Brazilian in Sao Paulo. University of California, Berkeley, 271 pp. in English, 2002.

MCGINITY, Keren: Immigrant Jewish Women Who Married Out: Studies in Jewish Civilization, Volume 14, Women and Judaism. pp. 263-295 offprint in English. Creighton University Press, 2003.

MERDLER, Ronela: Rabbi Samuel ben Meir (Rashbam) and Hebrew Grammar: His Grammatical Views on Topics of Phonology and Morphology, His Place in the History of Hebrew Linguistics and His Character as a Grammarian. Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 342 pp. in Hebrew, January 2004.

RATSON, Menachem: The Political and Social Principles in the Thought of R. Abraham Ibn Ezra. Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 431 pp. in Hebrew and 22 pp. in English, 2003.

ROLNIK, Eran: The Migration of Psychoanalysis from Central Europe and the Reception of the Freudian Paradigm in Jewish Palestine/Israel 1919-1950
. Tel- Aviv University, 530 pp. in Hebrew, 2004.

SAGIV, Nachum: The Jewish Settlements in Transjordan during the Hellenistic and Roman Periods. CD Rom, 2004.

SCHORSCH, Jonathan: Jews and Blacks in the Early Modern World. Columbia University, 546 pp. in English, Cambridge University Press, 2004.

SHALEM, Chaim: Agudath Israel in Eretz Israel and its Activities and Attitudes Relative to the Holocaust, 1942-1945. CD Rom, 2004.

TOLBAST, Maria: A Silesian Jewish Painter - F. Sinaiberger. Moscow Center for University Teaching of Jewish Civilization. "Sefer", pp. 201-209 offprint, Conference of Jewish Studies, Moscow, 2003.

ZELTSER, Arkadi: Jews in North East Belorussia in the Interwar Period. Hebrew University, 635 pp. in Russian, 5764.