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Hebrew University of Jerusalem

WASSERSTEIN, Abraham (1921 - 1995), Professor of Greek, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1969–89, then Emeritus

ADLER, Saul (1895 - 1966), Professor of Parasitology, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, since 1928

BEENSTOCK, Michael (born 1946), Pinchas Sapir Professor of Economics, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, since 1996

YOFFEY, Joseph Mendel (1902 - 1994), Visiting Professor, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, since 1969; Professor of Anatomy, University of Bristol, 1942–67, then Professor Emeritus

Steven E. Fassberg and A. Hurvitz, (eds), Biblical Hebrew in its Northwest Semitic Setting: Typological and Historical Perspectives (Publication of the Institute for Advanced Studies 1, The Hebrew University Jerusalem).

BUBER, Martin (1878 - 1965), philosopher and author; Professor Emeritus of Social Philosophy at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, since 1938

ELATH, Eliahu (1903 - 1990), President Emeritus, Hebrew University, Jerusalem; Israeli diplomatist; Chairman, Board of Governors, Israel Afro-Asian Institute

A. Mordechai Rabello (ED.), Aequitas and Equity: Equity in Civil Law and Mixed Jurisdictions, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1997.

The Book of Ezekiel. Edited by Moshe H. Goshen-Gottstein and Shemaryahu Talmon. Pp. lxi/41 + 231. (The Hebrew University Bible.) Jerusalem: The Hebrew University Magnes Press, 2004. isbn 965 493 186 9. $90

AUMANN, Robert John (born 1930), Professor of Mathematics, 1968–2000, now Emeritus, and Member, Center for the Study of Rationality, since 1991, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Alfredo Mordechai Rabello (Ed.), The Principles of UNIDROIT and Modern National Codifications, Jerusalem, Harry and Michael Sacher Institute for Legislative Research and Comparative Law, Faculty of Law, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 2001, pp. 224-58. ISBN 965-7179-04-1.

The Principles of Unidroit (International Institute for the Unification of Private Law) and Modern National Codifications (23 November 1995 – Faculty of Law of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and The Harry and Michael Sacher Institute for Legislative Research and Comparative Law)

SALAMAN, Redcliffe Nathan (1874 - 1955), JP, Herts; late Director of Potato Virus Research Station, University of Cambridge; Vice-President and Hon. Fellow, National Institute of Agricultural Botany; Trustee of Jews’ College; Governor Hebrew University, Jerusalem; late Chairman of Justices, Odsey division of Herts; Commissioner of Taxes; Trustee Barley Parish Charities

BRODETSKY, Selig (1888 - 1954), Emeritus Professor of Applied Mathematics since 1949, University of Leeds; Reader, 1920–24; Professor, 1924–48; President of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Chairman of its Exec. Council, 1949–51; Mem. Board of Governors of the Hebrew University; formerly Member of Executive, Zionist World Organisation and Jewish Agency for Palestine; Hon. President Zionist Federation of Great Britain and Ireland; Hon. Pres. World Maccabi Union; Immediate Past Pres., Bd of Deputies of British Jews

Inventing the Jew: Antisemitic Stereotypes in Romanian and Other Central-East European Cultures, Andrei Oişteanu (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press for the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 2009), xii + 468 pp., cloth $60.00

WEIZMANN, Chaim (1874 - 1952), President of the State of Israel since 1949 (of Provisional Council, 1948–49); Director of Daniel Sieff Research Institute and Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovoth, Israel; Chairman, Board of Governors of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, 1932–50; President: World Zionist Organisation and Jewish Agency for Palestine, 1921–31 and 1935–46

 

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