Date   

*Re: Address in Prague #hungary

Tom Venetianer <tom.vene@...>
 

Here is the result of a search I did on the Czech directory:

Beneschov=E1 Erna
Heydukova 12
Praha 8 Libe=F2
Phone: 683-1316

at 08/09/98 - 21:48 -0300, Stephen SCHMIDEG wrote:

If there is a H-SIG member living in Prague I need help to locate an
address and telephone number for a cousin called Peter Benesch.
Stephen Schmideg Melbourne, Australia


Searching for JACOBSON #general

Elizabeth Glynn <eliglynn@...>
 

I have been trying to get information regarding my grandfather, Harris
JACOBSON, and his family, and hope that perhaps some Jewishgenners can
help me. According to the Federal Census records, my grandfather,
Harris Jacobson, was born in "Russia" in 1871. However, I was always
led to believe that he was born in Latvia. He married Frances (Fanny)
AXELROD in New York City in the early 1890s. They had five children -
Arthur, Mary, Bertha (Bud), Rose, and Elsie. I would like to find out
exactly where he was born, i.e., town, country, etc

Would anyone know whether Latvia was considered part of Russia in 1871?
I would greatly appreciate any information regarding this family.
Please respond privately to Jayeglynn@.... Thank you very much.

Nahama Glynn
Seattle, Washington


Hungary SIG #Hungary *Re: Address in Prague #hungary

Tom Venetianer <tom.vene@...>
 

Here is the result of a search I did on the Czech directory:

Beneschov=E1 Erna
Heydukova 12
Praha 8 Libe=F2
Phone: 683-1316

at 08/09/98 - 21:48 -0300, Stephen SCHMIDEG wrote:

If there is a H-SIG member living in Prague I need help to locate an
address and telephone number for a cousin called Peter Benesch.
Stephen Schmideg Melbourne, Australia


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching for JACOBSON #general

Elizabeth Glynn <eliglynn@...>
 

I have been trying to get information regarding my grandfather, Harris
JACOBSON, and his family, and hope that perhaps some Jewishgenners can
help me. According to the Federal Census records, my grandfather,
Harris Jacobson, was born in "Russia" in 1871. However, I was always
led to believe that he was born in Latvia. He married Frances (Fanny)
AXELROD in New York City in the early 1890s. They had five children -
Arthur, Mary, Bertha (Bud), Rose, and Elsie. I would like to find out
exactly where he was born, i.e., town, country, etc

Would anyone know whether Latvia was considered part of Russia in 1871?
I would greatly appreciate any information regarding this family.
Please respond privately to Jayeglynn@.... Thank you very much.

Nahama Glynn
Seattle, Washington


Launching WARKA CO-OP #poland

David and Nat Klein <d_k@...>
 

I am pleased to announce the formation of the WARKA CO-OP for which I
will be the coordinator. Warka is a town located 56 kms SSE of Warsaw,
in the district of Grojec, Warsaw Gubernia.

All researchers of this town and its surrounding area will be glad to
know that we are looking for volunteers to help key the Warka vital
records into the Jewish Records Index - Poland project.

The following Warka vital records are available:
723,679 for 1855-59 in Polish
723,678 for 1842-54 " "
723,677 for 1826-41 " "

1,201,357 BMD for years 1874-77 in Russian
1,201,356 BMD for 1873 " "

I have consulted the films 723,677-8-9 available at Dorot and have found
the indexes easily readable. In order to key the material, which you
will receive on paper copies, there is no need for previous knowledge in
Polish, only a keen eye, common sense and enthusiasm. Concerning the
later years, people with Cyrillic knowledge would be most welcome.

Join us now and make a significant contribution to this exciting
project!

Nat Klein
Rehovot, Israel


Jewish Record Indexing-Poland Shtetl CO-OP news! #poland

Kesher@...
 

Soon we will mark the first anniversary of the Jewish Records Indexing-
Poland’s (JRI-Poland) Shtetl CO-OP program! We now stand at 51 Shtetl CO-OPs!
With the support of the Shtetl CO-OP program (
<A HREF="http://www1.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/jri-plin.htm">Shtetl CO-OP
Initiatives Page</A> ) and the new Polish State Archives Program (
<A HREF="http://www1.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/pres798a.htm">JRI-Poland Press
Release July 14, 1998</A>) the JRI-Poland database now contains over 350,000
records!! I would not be surprised if we reach 500,000 by the end of December
1998.

There are so many people to thank for our achievements. There are the Shtetl
CO-OP leaders and their many volunteers who hail >from all over the world. The
project is truly a global program. Our Shtetl CO-OP leaders represent 5
Countries, 11 States, 2 Provinces. The volunteers come >from every continent
except Anartica. I am still looking for some more southern hemisphere Shtetl
CO-OP leaders. There are other groups which support this program. There is
the Quality Control Team that reviews the data for errors and the database
team that adds their finishing touches before the data goes live. Of course
there are the tireless efforts of our Database Manager, Michael Tobias, our
webmaster, Steven Zedek and our Project Coordinator, Stanley Diamond. There
is the support of the JRI-Poland board and our hosts Jewishgen. Many thanks
to all!

Don’t just sit there! Does your family originate in Poland? Look at the
list of Shtetl CO-OP groups ( <A HREF="http://www1.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/jri-
plin.htm">Shtetl CO-OP Initiatives Page</A> ). If you find your town of
interest listed then contact the coordinator and offer your help. Can’t
find your town? Then download the list of Polish towns that the LDS has
microfilmed. (<A HREF="http://www1.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/jri-lds.htm">LDS
Polish Jewish Microfilm Lists</A> ) If you find your town on the list and your
willing to get to work then contact me and we’ll sign you up. We have a Step
by Step guide on how to form a shtetl CO-OP. Check it out, it has many
helpful tips. <A HREF="http://www1.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/step.htm">Shtetl CO-
OP Step by Step Guide Page</A>


Hoping to hear >from you


Hadassah Lipsius
kesher@...
JRI-Poland Transliteration Coordinator.


JRI Poland #Poland Launching WARKA CO-OP #poland

David and Nat Klein <d_k@...>
 

I am pleased to announce the formation of the WARKA CO-OP for which I
will be the coordinator. Warka is a town located 56 kms SSE of Warsaw,
in the district of Grojec, Warsaw Gubernia.

All researchers of this town and its surrounding area will be glad to
know that we are looking for volunteers to help key the Warka vital
records into the Jewish Records Index - Poland project.

The following Warka vital records are available:
723,679 for 1855-59 in Polish
723,678 for 1842-54 " "
723,677 for 1826-41 " "

1,201,357 BMD for years 1874-77 in Russian
1,201,356 BMD for 1873 " "

I have consulted the films 723,677-8-9 available at Dorot and have found
the indexes easily readable. In order to key the material, which you
will receive on paper copies, there is no need for previous knowledge in
Polish, only a keen eye, common sense and enthusiasm. Concerning the
later years, people with Cyrillic knowledge would be most welcome.

Join us now and make a significant contribution to this exciting
project!

Nat Klein
Rehovot, Israel


JRI Poland #Poland Jewish Record Indexing-Poland Shtetl CO-OP news! #poland

Kesher@...
 

Soon we will mark the first anniversary of the Jewish Records Indexing-
Poland’s (JRI-Poland) Shtetl CO-OP program! We now stand at 51 Shtetl CO-OPs!
With the support of the Shtetl CO-OP program (
<A HREF="http://www1.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/jri-plin.htm">Shtetl CO-OP
Initiatives Page</A> ) and the new Polish State Archives Program (
<A HREF="http://www1.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/pres798a.htm">JRI-Poland Press
Release July 14, 1998</A>) the JRI-Poland database now contains over 350,000
records!! I would not be surprised if we reach 500,000 by the end of December
1998.

There are so many people to thank for our achievements. There are the Shtetl
CO-OP leaders and their many volunteers who hail >from all over the world. The
project is truly a global program. Our Shtetl CO-OP leaders represent 5
Countries, 11 States, 2 Provinces. The volunteers come >from every continent
except Anartica. I am still looking for some more southern hemisphere Shtetl
CO-OP leaders. There are other groups which support this program. There is
the Quality Control Team that reviews the data for errors and the database
team that adds their finishing touches before the data goes live. Of course
there are the tireless efforts of our Database Manager, Michael Tobias, our
webmaster, Steven Zedek and our Project Coordinator, Stanley Diamond. There
is the support of the JRI-Poland board and our hosts Jewishgen. Many thanks
to all!

Don’t just sit there! Does your family originate in Poland? Look at the
list of Shtetl CO-OP groups ( <A HREF="http://www1.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/jri-
plin.htm">Shtetl CO-OP Initiatives Page</A> ). If you find your town of
interest listed then contact the coordinator and offer your help. Can’t
find your town? Then download the list of Polish towns that the LDS has
microfilmed. (<A HREF="http://www1.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/jri-lds.htm">LDS
Polish Jewish Microfilm Lists</A> ) If you find your town on the list and your
willing to get to work then contact me and we’ll sign you up. We have a Step
by Step guide on how to form a shtetl CO-OP. Check it out, it has many
helpful tips. <A HREF="http://www1.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/step.htm">Shtetl CO-
OP Step by Step Guide Page</A>


Hoping to hear >from you


Hadassah Lipsius
kesher@...
JRI-Poland Transliteration Coordinator.


Otzer haRabanim(Index of Rabbis) #yizkorbooks

Elyauri@...
 

This is a multi-part message in MIME format.


Would also appreciate the e-mail address of Robinson booksellers in Tel Aviv.
I understand they have a good supply of Yiskor Books. Many thanks. Edward G.
Cohen, Long Beach, NY


From: Elyauri@...
Return-path: <Elyauri@...>
To: belarus@...
Cc: mendele@...
Subject: Otzer haRabanim(Index of Rabbis)
Date: Wed, 9 Sep 1998 15:46:56 EDT
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I came across a reference to 'Otzer Ha Rabanim' a data base of Rabbis in
eastern Europe. If anyone knows where this source can be acquired I would be most appreciative. Edward G. Cohen, Long Beach ,NY


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Yizkor Books #YizkorBooks Fwd: Otzer haRabanim(Index of Rabbis) #yizkorbooks

Elyauri@...
 

This is a multi-part message in MIME format.


Would also appreciate the e-mail address of Robinson booksellers in Tel Aviv.
I understand they have a good supply of Yiskor Books. Many thanks. Edward G.
Cohen, Long Beach, NY


From: Elyauri@...
Return-path: <Elyauri@...>
To: belarus@...
Cc: mendele@...
Subject: Otzer haRabanim(Index of Rabbis)
Date: Wed, 9 Sep 1998 15:46:56 EDT
Mime-Version: 1.0
Content-type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII
Content-transfer-encoding: 7bit

I came across a reference to 'Otzer Ha Rabanim' a data base of Rabbis in
eastern Europe. If anyone knows where this source can be acquired I would be most appreciative. Edward G. Cohen, Long Beach ,NY


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Searching SCHUSSHEIM - DELIGDISH #general

Elaine Rosenberg <ElaineBen@...>
 

I would like any information about SCHUSSHEIM family from
Debno-jarowslaw Galecia and DELIGDISH family >from Brody Galecia. I have
been hitting a brick wall. Thaniks Elaine


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching SCHUSSHEIM - DELIGDISH #general

Elaine Rosenberg <ElaineBen@...>
 

I would like any information about SCHUSSHEIM family from
Debno-jarowslaw Galecia and DELIGDISH family >from Brody Galecia. I have
been hitting a brick wall. Thaniks Elaine


Theresienstadt #general

wnicolas@...
 

Hi,

I currently try to piece together the history of my family.
My gret grand father Isidor WEINBERG and his Wife Rosa (born GRIMM)
were sent to Terezin on 5 1 1943.
I don't know what happens after this date. Maybe any survivor remember
them, or maybe somebody knows something which could help me.
Please reply directly to localloop@...

Thanks

Nicolas Weinberg


British / Lithuanian Immigration Records? #lithuania

Jaxschwab@...
 

I am trying to find the Lithuanian shtetl/s of my maternal grandparents,
surnames, ROME and ABELSKY. I don't believe they will be found on United
States immigration records, since they probably lived 10 to 15 years in London
before emigrating to the US. I've searched the all Lithuanian database, but
can't draw any conclusions >from that.

My grandfather, Henry (Karpel Hanuch) ROME, born c. 1874 in Lithuania, moved
as a single man to London sometime before his marriage (c. 1895), to my
grandmother, Eva (Chava) ABELSKY. I don't know whether the marriage took
place in Lithuania or London, but the first five of their six children were
born in London on or near Whitechapel Road, starting in 1897 until 1908-1910
when they emigrated to the United States. They settled in Worcester, MA.

Does anyone know where one might write for a search of London immigration
records for the years between, say, 1885 and 1897? I'm open to any other
ideas.

Jacqueline Schwab
Rye Brook, NY
jaxschwab@...

Searching: Karpel ben Reuven ROME >from Lithuania, Chava bat Meir Moshe ABELSKY
from Lithuania, Yitschok Isaac ben Sneur Zalman WALDSTEIN >from Lithuania/or
any country, and Marym Ester bat Avraham Abba MENKIN >from Lithuania/or any
country.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Theresienstadt #general

wnicolas@...
 

Hi,

I currently try to piece together the history of my family.
My gret grand father Isidor WEINBERG and his Wife Rosa (born GRIMM)
were sent to Terezin on 5 1 1943.
I don't know what happens after this date. Maybe any survivor remember
them, or maybe somebody knows something which could help me.
Please reply directly to localloop@...

Thanks

Nicolas Weinberg


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania British / Lithuanian Immigration Records? #lithuania

Jaxschwab@...
 

I am trying to find the Lithuanian shtetl/s of my maternal grandparents,
surnames, ROME and ABELSKY. I don't believe they will be found on United
States immigration records, since they probably lived 10 to 15 years in London
before emigrating to the US. I've searched the all Lithuanian database, but
can't draw any conclusions >from that.

My grandfather, Henry (Karpel Hanuch) ROME, born c. 1874 in Lithuania, moved
as a single man to London sometime before his marriage (c. 1895), to my
grandmother, Eva (Chava) ABELSKY. I don't know whether the marriage took
place in Lithuania or London, but the first five of their six children were
born in London on or near Whitechapel Road, starting in 1897 until 1908-1910
when they emigrated to the United States. They settled in Worcester, MA.

Does anyone know where one might write for a search of London immigration
records for the years between, say, 1885 and 1897? I'm open to any other
ideas.

Jacqueline Schwab
Rye Brook, NY
jaxschwab@...

Searching: Karpel ben Reuven ROME >from Lithuania, Chava bat Meir Moshe ABELSKY
from Lithuania, Yitschok Isaac ben Sneur Zalman WALDSTEIN >from Lithuania/or
any country, and Marym Ester bat Avraham Abba MENKIN >from Lithuania/or any
country.


Adamkus announces war crimes panel #lithuania

Marion Hattenbach Bernstein
 

Dear LitvakSIG:
The Lithuanian government has appointed a commission to look into "war
crimes" >from WWII. Attached is the address of an article >from Reuters.
Hope you can use it!

<http://www.infoseek.com/Content?arn=a1665LBY570reulb-19980907&qt=Jewish&sv=
IS&lk=noframes&col=NX&kt=A&ak=news1486>

Marion H. Bernstein
San Antonio, TX


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Adamkus announces war crimes panel #lithuania

Marion Hattenbach Bernstein
 

Dear LitvakSIG:
The Lithuanian government has appointed a commission to look into "war
crimes" >from WWII. Attached is the address of an article >from Reuters.
Hope you can use it!

<http://www.infoseek.com/Content?arn=a1665LBY570reulb-19980907&qt=Jewish&sv=
IS&lk=noframes&col=NX&kt=A&ak=news1486>

Marion H. Bernstein
San Antonio, TX


Jewish History Seminar in Vilna #lithuania

Harold Rhode <hrhode@...>
 

Jewish History Seminar in Vilna - >from Prof. Dov Levin

Body:
I am pleased to send you the program of the forthcoming
seminar in Vilnius. Please note that there may still be some changes
in the program.

Three professors >from Israel will take part in the seminar:
Prof.Dov Levin, Prof. Mordechai Altshuler, and Prof. Israel Bartal.

Professors Levin and Altshuler will be travelling >from
Jerusalem on Sunday, September 6, via Copenhagen, and will arrive on
Sunday evening. They will be staying at the Vilnius University guesthouse
through the seminar and beyond. They are returning to Israel on
Monday, September 14.

Prof. Bartal will be arriving in Vilnius >from Moscow on
Monday evening, September 7 and will return to Moscow on Thursday
morning, September 10. He will also be staying at the university guesthouse.

Sincerely yours,

Dov


Workshop on Integration of Jewish History and National
History in University Teaching in Lithuania

Vilnius, September 7-9, 1998

(program as of 30/8/98)

Monday, September 7, 1998

10:00 - 11:00 Greetings, Welcoming Remarks etc. (Vilnius
University authorities and departments)

Integration of Jewish History and National History in
University Teaching in Lithuania:

Introduction to the program
Prof. Dov Levin
Dr. Arunas Vysniauskas


11:00 - 18:00 Jews in Lithuania in Different Historical
Periods

The Period before the Divisions of Poland -the Jewish
autonomy and the Lithuanian national political system

Opening Remarks: Prof. Dov Levin
Prof. M. Jucas

Discussion

The Czarist Period - regions of nationalist Lithuania,
its centers of Jewish population and general history in that period.

Opening Remarks: Prof. Dov Levin
Prof. R. Miknys
Prof. Mordechai Altshuler
Dr. A. Kulakauskas

Discussion


Lithuania between Two World Wars.

Opening Remarks: Prof. Dov Levin
Prof. Ludas Truska

Discussion

Lithuania and the Jewish People on the Verge of World War II.

Opening Remarks: Prof. Dov Levin
Dr. S. Jegelevicius
Dr. Arunas Bubnys

Discussion



Tuesday, September 8, 1998

10:00 - 13:00 Historiography and the University Teaching of
History In Lithuania (professor >from Lithuanian university)

In Israel and Jewish universities Prof. Mordechai Altshuler

In a global perspective Prof. Israel Bartal

Some observations >from other countries

Prof..Aivars Stranga (Latvia)
Dr. Leonid Matzikh or
Dr.VictoriaMochalova (Russia)
Prof. Eduard Savicki (Belarus)


15:00 - 18:00 Comparative Elements between the Jewish and
National Histories in Lithuania and Neighboring Countries

Opening Remarks: Dr. Arunas Vysniauskas

Discussion


20:00 Extracurricular Cultural Evening (program to be
announced)


Wednesday, September 9, 1998

10:00 - 13:00 Integrating the Two Channels
Jewish History and Lithuanian History

Cultural, spiritual and socio-political perspectives
Opening Remarks: Prof. Mordechai Altshuler
Prof. Ludas Truska
Dr. V. Berenis

Discussion

Identification of common historical-geographical points
between Jewish and general channels of history in Lithuania through the ages and listing of relevant topics for teaching.

Opening Remarks: Prof. Israel Bartal
Prof. M. Jucas
Prof. E. Aleksandravicius
Dr. A. Kusmanska

Discussion



Conclusions and Closing Session

15:00 - 17:45 Practical and Didactic Applications

Curricular and didactic aspects of teaching contemporary
topics and earlier periods.

Group Discussion

Summary discussion and outlining of materials needed for
teaching in the university classroom.

Group Discussion

Practical suggestions for further steps in Lithuania and
neighboring countries

Open Discussion (including
observers >from neighboring countries)


17:45 Closing Session


PARTICIPANTS
LITHUANIA
Vilnius University:
Dr. A. Bumblauskas
Dr. A. Jakubcionis
Dr. S. Jegelevicius
Prof. M. Jucas
Dr. A. Kasperavicius
A. Pacevicius
Dr. A. Vysniauskas
Pedagogical University of Vilnius:
M. Kohrsas (Visiting faculty >from Germany)
V. Mariengolcas
B. Setkus
Prof. L. Truska
Vytautas Magnus University of Kaunas:
Prof. E. Aleksandravicius
Dr. V. Brandisauskas
Dr. A. Kulakauskas
Institute of Culture and Art:
Dr. V. Berenis
Lithuanian Historical Institute:
Dr. A. Bubnys
Dr. V. Jogela
Dr. R. Miknys
Lithuanian Jewish Community:
Ilja Lempertas
Dr. Izraelis Lempertas
ISRAEL
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem:
Prof. M. Altshuler
Prof. I. Bartal
Prof. D. Levin
BELARUS:
Belarus Governmental Committee for Archives:
Dr. E. Savicki
LATVIA:
Latvian Institute for International Affairs:
Prof. A. Stranga
RUSSIA
Moscow Center for University Teaching of Jewish
Civilization - Sefer:
Dr. L. Matzikh
Dr. V. Mochalova
Prof. R. Kaplanov



***********************************************************************


International Center for University Teaching of Jewish
Civilization
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

tel: 02-5619032, 02-5611142
POB 4234, Jerusalem 91042
fax:02-5665556
e-mail: msjewciv@...

***********************************************************************


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Jewish History Seminar in Vilna #lithuania

Harold Rhode <hrhode@...>
 

Jewish History Seminar in Vilna - >from Prof. Dov Levin

Body:
I am pleased to send you the program of the forthcoming
seminar in Vilnius. Please note that there may still be some changes
in the program.

Three professors >from Israel will take part in the seminar:
Prof.Dov Levin, Prof. Mordechai Altshuler, and Prof. Israel Bartal.

Professors Levin and Altshuler will be travelling >from
Jerusalem on Sunday, September 6, via Copenhagen, and will arrive on
Sunday evening. They will be staying at the Vilnius University guesthouse
through the seminar and beyond. They are returning to Israel on
Monday, September 14.

Prof. Bartal will be arriving in Vilnius >from Moscow on
Monday evening, September 7 and will return to Moscow on Thursday
morning, September 10. He will also be staying at the university guesthouse.

Sincerely yours,

Dov


Workshop on Integration of Jewish History and National
History in University Teaching in Lithuania

Vilnius, September 7-9, 1998

(program as of 30/8/98)

Monday, September 7, 1998

10:00 - 11:00 Greetings, Welcoming Remarks etc. (Vilnius
University authorities and departments)

Integration of Jewish History and National History in
University Teaching in Lithuania:

Introduction to the program
Prof. Dov Levin
Dr. Arunas Vysniauskas


11:00 - 18:00 Jews in Lithuania in Different Historical
Periods

The Period before the Divisions of Poland -the Jewish
autonomy and the Lithuanian national political system

Opening Remarks: Prof. Dov Levin
Prof. M. Jucas

Discussion

The Czarist Period - regions of nationalist Lithuania,
its centers of Jewish population and general history in that period.

Opening Remarks: Prof. Dov Levin
Prof. R. Miknys
Prof. Mordechai Altshuler
Dr. A. Kulakauskas

Discussion


Lithuania between Two World Wars.

Opening Remarks: Prof. Dov Levin
Prof. Ludas Truska

Discussion

Lithuania and the Jewish People on the Verge of World War II.

Opening Remarks: Prof. Dov Levin
Dr. S. Jegelevicius
Dr. Arunas Bubnys

Discussion



Tuesday, September 8, 1998

10:00 - 13:00 Historiography and the University Teaching of
History In Lithuania (professor >from Lithuanian university)

In Israel and Jewish universities Prof. Mordechai Altshuler

In a global perspective Prof. Israel Bartal

Some observations >from other countries

Prof..Aivars Stranga (Latvia)
Dr. Leonid Matzikh or
Dr.VictoriaMochalova (Russia)
Prof. Eduard Savicki (Belarus)


15:00 - 18:00 Comparative Elements between the Jewish and
National Histories in Lithuania and Neighboring Countries

Opening Remarks: Dr. Arunas Vysniauskas

Discussion


20:00 Extracurricular Cultural Evening (program to be
announced)


Wednesday, September 9, 1998

10:00 - 13:00 Integrating the Two Channels
Jewish History and Lithuanian History

Cultural, spiritual and socio-political perspectives
Opening Remarks: Prof. Mordechai Altshuler
Prof. Ludas Truska
Dr. V. Berenis

Discussion

Identification of common historical-geographical points
between Jewish and general channels of history in Lithuania through the ages and listing of relevant topics for teaching.

Opening Remarks: Prof. Israel Bartal
Prof. M. Jucas
Prof. E. Aleksandravicius
Dr. A. Kusmanska

Discussion



Conclusions and Closing Session

15:00 - 17:45 Practical and Didactic Applications

Curricular and didactic aspects of teaching contemporary
topics and earlier periods.

Group Discussion

Summary discussion and outlining of materials needed for
teaching in the university classroom.

Group Discussion

Practical suggestions for further steps in Lithuania and
neighboring countries

Open Discussion (including
observers >from neighboring countries)


17:45 Closing Session


PARTICIPANTS
LITHUANIA
Vilnius University:
Dr. A. Bumblauskas
Dr. A. Jakubcionis
Dr. S. Jegelevicius
Prof. M. Jucas
Dr. A. Kasperavicius
A. Pacevicius
Dr. A. Vysniauskas
Pedagogical University of Vilnius:
M. Kohrsas (Visiting faculty >from Germany)
V. Mariengolcas
B. Setkus
Prof. L. Truska
Vytautas Magnus University of Kaunas:
Prof. E. Aleksandravicius
Dr. V. Brandisauskas
Dr. A. Kulakauskas
Institute of Culture and Art:
Dr. V. Berenis
Lithuanian Historical Institute:
Dr. A. Bubnys
Dr. V. Jogela
Dr. R. Miknys
Lithuanian Jewish Community:
Ilja Lempertas
Dr. Izraelis Lempertas
ISRAEL
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem:
Prof. M. Altshuler
Prof. I. Bartal
Prof. D. Levin
BELARUS:
Belarus Governmental Committee for Archives:
Dr. E. Savicki
LATVIA:
Latvian Institute for International Affairs:
Prof. A. Stranga
RUSSIA
Moscow Center for University Teaching of Jewish
Civilization - Sefer:
Dr. L. Matzikh
Dr. V. Mochalova
Prof. R. Kaplanov



***********************************************************************


International Center for University Teaching of Jewish
Civilization
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

tel: 02-5619032, 02-5611142
POB 4234, Jerusalem 91042
fax:02-5665556
e-mail: msjewciv@...

***********************************************************************