חזרה לתוצאות החיפוש

The archive is divided up into 16 series as follows: 1. biographical material; 2. general & philosophical writings; 3. writings on the Bible; 4. writings on Hasidism; 5. writings on Judaic themes; 6. Judaism, Zionism, the Jewish-Arab problem; 7. social and ideological activities; 8. correspondence; 9. the Hebrew University, Jerusalem and adult education; 10. foreign universities; 11. manuscripts sent to Buber by others; 12. biographical lists; 13. newspaper cuttings; 14. varia; 15. cultural manifestations in his memory & projects after his death; 16. art books prepared using Buber's texts. There are also video tapes of Buber, material used in Buber exhibition marking the 100th anniversary of his birth, his prizes and honorary certificates, his journal articles, pictures of Buber. Copies of Buber's books and books on Buber stand next to the archive, including 3 journals that he edited: "Der Jude", "die Gesellschaft" and "die Kreatur". Card catalogue next to the archive.

כותר Martin Buber archive.:
כותרים נוספים Archive of Martin Buber.
ארכיון מרטין בובר
שנה 1878-2008
הערת ציטוט ARC. Ms. Var. 350, Martin Buber archive, Archives Department, The National Library of Israel, Jerusalem.
הערות Fonds Record
Martin Buber was a Jewish existentialist philosopher, translator and educator who was born in Vienna in 1878. In 1898 he joined the Zionist movement together with Haim Weitzmann and Berthold Feiwel, but they were opposed to Herzl's political Zionism and emphasized cultural activity instead. Buber began his lifelong study of Hasidism in 1904. Buber was active in Jewish adult education in Germany and Israel. In 1925 Buber began translating the Bible into German together with Franz Rosenzweig. After the death of Rosenzweig in 1929 and a long break, the translation was finished in 1961. In 1938 he emigrated to Palestine, where he was appointed Prof. of social philosopy at the Hebrew University. He was a member of Ihud, formerly Brit Shalom, which advocated a joint Arab-Jewish state. One of the founders of the College for Adult Education Teachers, he was also first president of the Israel Academy of Sciences, one of the founders of Mossad Bialik, editor of various political, philosophical and Zionist periodicals and active in many other cultural institutions.
Copies/עותקים: There are microfiche copies of all the correspondence.
Language note/הערת שפה: The material is in German, English, Hebrew and French.
Exhibition in Berman Hall, JNUL in 1978 to mark 100 years of Buber's birth. Catalogue available.
היסטורית בעלים The archive was permanently deposited at the JNUL by Martin Buber's family after his death.
תיאור 279 numbered boxes + 40 other boxes & folders, 50 meters..
שפה עברית
אנגלית
גרמנית
צרפתית
מספר מדף/סרט/תיק ARC. Ms. Var. 350
מספר מערכת 990026183870205171
תצוגת MARC

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