‘English’ rovat archívum

SZOMBAT („Shabbat”) is a Jewish political and cultural magazine. For more information click here.


Összesen 89 találat (1 - 20) a(z) English rovatban.

July 2008 issue

Írta: Szombat - Rovat: English, Szombat magazin

boxyDefault

From the End till a New Beginning
Jewish identity in Hungary stands as the focal point of works by 24 of the country’s best authors in Contemporary Jewish Writing in Hungary: An Anthology.

Heureka!
I must begin with a confession, a strange confession perhaps, but a candid one. From the moment I … Tovább »

Szarvas The Magical Place

Írta: Szombat - Rovat: English, Kultúra-Művészetek

Zsuzsa Fritz (Program Director)
The Lauder-Joint International Jewish Youth Camp was established in 1990 by the Lauder Foundation and by the American Joint in order to give a great Jewish summer experience and a long-lasting impact on the Jewish identity of the youngsters who had just started to discover their roots in the Eastern-Central – European Jewish communities.

Historical Commissions and Reconciliation

Írta: Szombat - Rovat: English, Politika

What Hungarian Jews Need to Learn
Ágnes Peresztegi
This paper was delivered at The International Conference on Confronting History: The Historical Commissions of Inquiry  that discussed the various historical commissions appointed by different governments to deal with the role of their country during the Second World War.  Although Hungary failed to establish such a commission thus far, this does not mean that there were not debates about historical research; or that no studies were completed related to the issues of expropriation, looted property, refugees, war crimes and other relevant aspects of the Holocaust.

Heureka!

Írta: Szombat - Rovat: English, Kultúra-Művészetek

The speech was delivered in Stockholm at the Nobel Prize ceremony, in October 2002
Imre Kertész
I must begin with a confession, a strange confession perhaps, but a candid one. From the moment I stepped on the airplane to make the journey here and accept this year’s Nobel Prize in Literature, I have been feeling the steady, searching gaze of a dispassionate observer on my back.

The lost contract

Írta: Szombat - Rovat: English

Europe and her Jews (or vice-versa)
 
András Kovács
The relationship between Europe and her Jews has deteriorated. Complaints of a new European anti-Semitism are voiced increasingly more loudly and ever more often on various Jewish forums – which then re-surface in European public discourse with … Tovább »

From the End till a New Beginning

Írta: Szombat - Rovat: English

Contemporary Jewish Writing in Hungary
 
Eszter Breuer

Jewish identity in Hungary stands as the focal point of works by 24 of the country’s best authors in Contemporary Jewish Writing in Hungary: An Anthology.
This book published by the University of Nebraska Press is the latest volume in a series … Tovább »

We want Messiah now!

Írta: Szombat - Rovat: Archívum, English

We want Messiah now! Milos Ziak ‘If you ever forget you’re Jewish, some Christian will always remind you.’ We could hardly think about post-war, and post-holocaust, Slovakian Jewish culture – assimilation has been important, and even today it remains a determining phenomenon – without recalling this … Tovább »

[Are you a Jew?]

Írta: Szombat - Rovat: Archívum, English

[Are you a Jew?] Gábor Németh Grunting and heaving, they hoisted the slab. A water shaft. I had to feel around underneath for the soft swarm of slugs. The stomach: a small filthy knot. They scrunched up a snotty tissue. How did I get here? Leanyfalu, in the sixties. That can’t be right: none of them … Tovább »

May 1999 Issue

Írta: Szombat - Rovat: Archívum, English

May 1999 A controversial article was published in Népszabadság (Hungary’s largest distribution daily newspaper) by István Lovas a well known extreme right-wing publicist. He claims that the Holocaust is over-emphasized internationally by Jews, because this allows Israel to hide its own sins. Our author … Tovább »

April 1999 Issue

Írta: Szombat - Rovat: Archívum, English

April 1999 It was reported without much media rethat the gypsy population of a small Hungarian village converted to muslim religion. János Gadó’s editorial dicusses in detail the neglected of the case. In today’s world it is mostly the so-called ‘loosers’ of modernization who are attracted to the radical … Tovább »

March 1999 Issue

Írta: Szombat - Rovat: Archívum, English

March 1999 As we have written in our previous issue, the chairman of the official Jewish community, Mr. Péter Feldmájer, criticised the Hungarian rabbis who delayed for years with issuing gets, the traditional letters of divorce. In the forthcoming debate Mr. Feldmájer criticised the ‘poor spiritual … Tovább »

February 1999 Issue

Írta: Szombat - Rovat: Archívum, English

February 1999 Our magazine has organised a three day film festival which presented close to forty Hungarian films on Jewish topics. Our February issue contains a summary of the conference related to the festival. On the basis of the lectures one can draw the conclusion that Jewish characters rarely appear … Tovább »

January 1999 Issue

Írta: Szombat - Rovat: Archívum, English

January 1999 ‘The Hungarian Catholic Church has already expressed its apologies regarding the Shoah. I am not sure whether there is any point in multiplying them’ – reacted Cardinal László Paskai, head of the Hungarian Catholic Church to the papal encyclical letter Fifty Years Later: Reflections on … Tovább »

1 / 512345