Moshe Zimmermann

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Moshe Zimmermann
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Moshe Zimmermann (2010).
Born (1943-12-25) 25 December 1943 (age 73)
Jerusalem, Mandatory Palestine
Nationality Israeli
Fields History
Institutions Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Moshe Zimmermann (born 25 December 1943) is an Israeli historian and writer. Since 1986 he has been director of the Richard Koebner Minerva Center for German History at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Work[edit]

His academic research focuses on the social history of Germany in the 18th and 20th centuries, as well as the history of German Jews and antisemitism.

Awards[edit]

He was honoured with the Humboldt Prize in 1993, and the Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm Prize from the German Academic Exchange Service in 1997. He received Dr. Leopold Lucas Prize from the University of Tübingen in 2002, and was awarded the 2006 Theodor Lessing Prize for Criticism.

Works[edit]

  • German Past – Israeli Memory. Tel Aviv 2002.
  • Wilhelm Marr – The Patriarch of Antisemitism, New York, Oxford UP, 1986.
  • Wilhelm Marr – der Patriarch des Antisemitismus, Jerusalem, Shazar, 1982. (Hebr.)
  • Deutsch-jüdische Vergangenheit: Der Judenhass als Herausforderung. Paderborn 2005.
  • Goliaths Falle. Israelis und Palästinenser im Würgegriff 2004
  • Wende in Israel. Zwischen Nation und Religion. 1996, ISBN 3-7466-8501-X
  • Die deutschen Juden 1914–1945. 1997, ISBN 3-486-55082-9
  • Hamburgischer Patriotismus und deutscher Nationalismus. Die Emanzipation der Juden in Hamburg 1830–1865, Hamburg, Hans Christians, 1979.
  • Deutsche gegen Deutsche. Das Schicksal der Juden 1938–1945. Berlin 2008.
  • Die Angst vor dem Frieden. Das israelische Dilemma. Berlin 2010.

External links[edit]

Media related to Moshe Zimmermann at Wikimedia Commons