Midrasz

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Midrasz
Type Monthly magazine
Format Berliner
Founder(s) Konstanty Gebert
Publisher Stowarzyszenie "Midrasz"
Editor-in-chief Piotr Paziński
Founded 1 April 1997; 17 years ago (1997-04-01)
Language Polish
Headquarters Warsaw
Circulation 2500
ISSN 1428-121X
Official website midrasz.pl

Midrasz (Hebrew: מדרש‎) is a Polish language monthly journal founded in 1997 by Konstanty Gebert, a renown Polish journalist, war correspondent and Polish-Jewish activist.[1] The journal is devoted to Polish, Jewish and Polish-Jewish culture, art, literature, history and religion, as well as contemporary matters.[1] Midrasz also publishes book reviews and longer essays on a regular basis.

Regular contributors include Zygmunt Bauman, Wilhelm Dichter, Henryk Grynberg, Eva Hoffman, Hanna Krall, Maria Janion, Krystyna Kersten, Jerzy Tomaszewski and Jan Woleński.

Approximately 80% of the readers of Midrasz are educated people between the age of 20 and 40; roughly 40% of the readers are Catholics, 25% are atheists and 15% are Jews.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c Cisak, pp. 113-115

Bibliography[edit]

  • (Polish) various authors (2004). Wojciech Cisak, ed. Media i dziennikarstwo na przełomie stuleci: wybrane zagadnienia [The Media and Journalism at the Turn of Centuries: selected issues]. Instytut Nauk Politycznych i Dziennikarstwa Uniwersytetu im. Adama Mickiewicza (corporate author). Wydawn. Nauk. INPID UAM. ISBN 9788387704742.