Találatok ‘Gábor György’

Összesen 903 találat (761 - 780) : Gábor György.

Summary

Írta: Archívum - Rovat: Archívum, English

The February issue of Szombat begins with János Gadó’s article on the Federation to Maintain Jewish Culture in Hungary (our publisher) which in 1989 played a key role in the renewal of Jewish file. Since then, however, the federation has lost its former importance and prestige in public life, although … Tovább »

Könyvmoly

Írta: (G. K.) - Rovat: Archívum, Irodalom

Figyelembe véve a nyári szünetet (la­punk legközelebb szeptemberben je­lenik meg), ezúttal több olvasnivalót kínálunk a rovatunkban megszokott­nál, melyek egy része nagyobb elmé­lyülést kívánó, tudományos igényű judaisztikai munka, más részét viszont nyugodtan magunkkal vihetjük … Tovább »

Summary

Írta: Archívum - Rovat: Archívum, English

The June issue of Szombat begins with Gábor T. Szántó’s account of his visit to the States. Invited to participate at the annual meeting of the American Jewish Committee, he reports on what he saw and what he heard. Next comes an article on a curious decision brought by the Hungárián rabbis, who … Tovább »

June 1996 Issue

Írta: Szombat - Rovat: Archívum, English

June 1996 The June issue of Szombat begins with Gábor T. Szántó’s account of his visit to the States. Invited to participate at the annual meeting of the American Jewish Committee, he reports on what he saw and what he heard. Next comes an article on a curious decision brought by the Board of Hungarian … Tovább »

Summary

Írta: Archívum - Rovat: Archívum, English

The May issue of Szombat begins with a critical essay by Miklós Szalai who calls attention to the impossibility of a dialogue with fundamentalism (including the Jewish variety) and calls fór the creation of an independent, secular Jewish identity. The editorial reply to this essay points out that Szalai … Tovább »

May 1996 Issue

Írta: Szombat - Rovat: Archívum, English

May 1996 The May issue of Szombat begins with a critical essay by Miklós Szalai who calls attention to the impossibility of a dialogue with fundamentalism (including the Jewish variety) and calls for the creation of an independent, secular Jewish identity. The editorial reply to this essay points out … Tovább »

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