GRANTS AND PRIZES, 2003-2004

GRANTS AND PRIZES*, 2003-2004

(*all prizes were awarded to Hebrew University students or post-doctoral researchers, unless otherwise noted)

 

Prize for an Outstanding B.A. Seminar Paper:

 Uriel Gelman

"A Chapter in the Cultural History of the Hasidic Movement in the Eyes of its Opponents"

 

Prizes for Outstanding M.A. Theses:

 

Maoz Kahana

"Stability and Change in the Responsa of Rabbi Moshe Sofer"

Kalman Notarius

"Natan Neta Hanover and Jewish Historiography in Poland during the mid-17th Century"

 Eliezer Sariel

"The Historian in the Service of the Torah: The Historiographic Approach of Rabbi Yitzhak Isaac Ha-Levi"

 Nurit Orhan

"Women Writers in the Yiddish Press, 1881-1903"              

Shmuel Barnai

"Stages in the Development of the Ukrainian National Movement during the Central Rada, March 1917-April 1918"

 

Prizes for Outstanding Ph.D. Dissertations:

Dr. Ilia Rodov

"The Development of Medieval and Renaissance Sculptural Decoration in Ashkenazi Synagogues from Worms to the Cracow Area"                                                       

Dr. David Silberklang

"The Holocaust in the Province of Lublin"

Dr. Zoya Kopelman

"The Presence of Mikhail Lermontov in Hebrew Poetry from the mid-19th

Century"