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Illustrations for Ursula Schubert's lecture: Illumination in medieval Germany
Related text material: https://phaidra.univie.ac.at/detail_object/o:472633 This resource was compiled by the Center for Jewish Art at Hebrew University in Jerusalem and is based on the "Ursula and Kurt Schubert Archives for Hebrew Illustrated Manuscripts". It provides links to some of the scenes discussed in the Urusla Schubert material. If relevant images are available in the Archives, the resource contains the corresponding link.

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Illustrations for Ursula Schubert's lecture: Jewish Art in Antiquity (Basel 1983)
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Illustrations for Ursula Schubert's lecture: Art as the Carrier of Tradition and Memory
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Illustrations for Ursula Schubert's lecture: Semester Seminar: Jewish Book Illumination in the Middle Ages I
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Illustrations for Ursula Schubert's lecture: Spanish Book Illumination (Graz 1993)
Related text material: https://phaidra.univie.ac.at/detail_object/o:474398 This resource was compiled by the Center for Jewish Art at Hebrew University in Jerusalem and is based on the "Ursula and Kurt Schubert Archives for Hebrew Illustrated Manuscripts". It provides links to some of the scenes discussed in the Urusla Schubert material. If relevant images are available in the Archives, the resource contains the corresponding link.

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Illustrations for Ursula Schubert's lecture: The Continuity of Ancient Jewish Art in the Middle Ages
Related text material: https://phaidra.univie.ac.at/detail_object/o:475054 This resource was compiled by the Center for Jewish Art at Hebrew University in Jerusalem and is based on the "Ursula and Kurt Schubert Archives for Hebrew Illustrated Manuscripts". It provides links to some of the scenes discussed in the Urusla Schubert material. If relevant images are available in the Archives, the resource contains the corresponding link.

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Illustrations for Ursula Schubert's lecture: The Hebrew Bible in Art
Related text material: https://phaidra.univie.ac.at/detail_object/o:474877 This resource was compiled by the Center for Jewish Art at Hebrew University in Jerusalem and is based on the "Ursula and Kurt Schubert Archives for Hebrew Illustrated Manuscripts". It provides links to some of the scenes discussed in the Urusla Schubert material. If relevant images are available in the Archives, the resource contains the corresponding link.

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Illustrations for Ursula Schubert's lecture: Death and Resurrection in Early Jewish and Early Christian Art
Related text material: https://phaidra.univie.ac.at/detail_object/o:472170 This resource was compiled by the Center for Jewish Art at Hebrew University in Jerusalem and is based on the "Ursula and Kurt Schubert Archives for Hebrew Illustrated Manuscripts". It provides links to some of the scenes discussed in the Urusla Schubert material. If relevant images are available in the Archives, the resource contains the corresponding link.

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Illustrations for Ursula Schubert's lecture: From Antagonism to Ecumenism as seen in art
Related text material: https://phaidra.univie.ac.at/detail_object/o:520649 This resource was compiled by the Center for Jewish Art at Hebrew University in Jerusalem and is based on the "Ursula and Kurt Schubert Archives for Hebrew Illustrated Manuscripts". It provides links to some of the scenes discussed in the Urusla Schubert material. If relevant images are available in the Archives, the resource contains the corresponding link.

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Illustrations for Ursula Schubert's lecture: Illuminated Manuscripts and Jewish Artists (Joseftaler Pastoral Care week, Bavaria 1990)
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Illustrations for Ursula Schubert's lecture: Bible Images in Judaism
Related text material: https://phaidra.univie.ac.at/detail_object/o:472253 This resource was compiled by the Center for Jewish Art at Hebrew University in Jerusalem and is based on the "Ursula and Kurt Schubert Archives for Hebrew Illustrated Manuscripts". It provides links to some of the scenes discussed in the Urusla Schubert material. If relevant images are available in the Archives, the resource contains the corresponding link.

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Broschüre des Kurt und Ursula Schubert Zentrum für Jüdische Studie an der Palacký Universität Olmütz
In dieser Broschüre findet sich die Entstehungsgeschichte des Kurt und Ursula Schubert Zentrum für Jüdische Studien an der Palacky Universität Olmütz. Der Text ist dreisprachig und in Tschechisch, Englisch und Deutsch verfügbar. Des Weiteren findet sich ein kurzer Überblick über das Studium, Forschung und Lehre, sowie die Positionierung des Instituts. Auch findet sich ein Nachruf der beiden Namensgeber des Instituts von Professorin Katrin Kogman-Appel.

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Christian Christology and Jewish Messianism
In these notes Professor Kurt Schubert traces the connection between the Jewish Messiah and Jesus. He also explains the similarities and differences of the concept of the Messiah in both religions, using text samples.

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Christian Self-Image Today
In this collection of materials, Professor Kurt Schubert summarises some of his thoughts on present day Christianity.

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Christian-Jewish and Jewish-Christian Polemics in the Middle Ages
Mit diesen Notizen zeichnet Professor Kurt Schubert die Beziehung zwischen Judentum und Christentum im Mittelalter nach. Behandelt werden antijüdische Ereignisse wie die Talmudprozesse, aber auch theologische Positionen. Des Weiteren werden auch Beispiele für die jüdische Polemik gegen das Christentum genannt.

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Christian-Jewish encounters in art (Eisenstadt)
Begins with the observation that in earliest Christian art the Old Testament is more dominant than the New Testament. Assumes that even before early Christian art there was Jewish Biblical iconography, in the Jewish centres of the Middle East (Pächt). This Jewish art not only refers back to the Biblical text, but also draws on apocryphal writing, and Jewish interpretative literature (Midrash). Later Christian art draws on this Jewish iconography, as seen in the various echoes of the Jewish Midrash and apocryphal literature, which found their visual expression in later Christian art. Refers to the Biblical prohibition of pictures. This must be seen in the context of pagan practices of the specific surroundings. If a practice of worship can be excluded, or if it did not exist at all in the region, there was nothing to interfere with the practice of art, especially when it had to do with two dimensional painting. Schubert therefore assumes that there must already have been Jewish picture cycles in the 2nd century AD. The frescoes of the Dura Europos Synagogue in Eastern Syria (year 244) provide irrefutable proof of this assumption. Deals with the Biblical iconography in the Dura Europos within the context of the canonical Bible text and Midrash literature: the anointing of David, the sacrifice of the Baal priest. The methodology of using Midrash literature can also be applied to Christian art. There are image themes in which the canonical bible text does not allow a satisfactory interpretation. When Midrash literature leads to an understanding of the iconography, then one can assume that there is an older Jewish model. Yet there are traditions in which both Midrashic literature and Patristic sources can be seen. In such the use of a Jewish model is not likely. Nevertheless, earlier research also indicates iconographic parallels between paintings in the synagogue of Dura Europos and later Christian examples. As the painting in the synagogue only existed for eleven years before being destroyed by a Sassanian attack, they could have had an influence on Christian art. Schubert therefore assumes that there are common Jewish models, for instance the conversation between the Pharaoh and the Israelite midwife in the Ashburnham Pentateuch, the Old English Heptateuch and the Bury St. Edmunds Psalter. The daughter of the Pharaoh finding the infant Moses in the so-called Pamplona Bibles, Navarra, around 1300). During various periods of the fourth century the scenes painted on the catacombs of the Via Latina were mainly from the Old Testament. These contain Midrash elements, which according to Schubert also indicate Jewish origins of the models used (examples: Abraham meeting the three angels in Mamre, Pinhas punishing Zimri and Kosbi). The same phenomenon of Midrash element in iconography can also be observed in the Vienna Genesis, as well as in the Ashburnham Pentateuch. In the Vienna Genesis it is most of all the Joseph iconography which plays an important role, from which one can perhaps deduce that there had been a narrative of the story of Joseph in Jewish picture cycles (examples in the Vienna Genesis: the story of Asnat, Joseph’s wife; Joseph’s seduction by Potiphar’s wife; in the Ashburnham Pentateuch: Isaac and Ismael fight over the first born’s claim; Rebecca in Sem’s school). Similar themes later re-appeared in Hebrew manuscript illustrations (conversation between Pharaoh and the Israelite midwife in the Golden Haggadah, the Kaufmann Haggadah or the Picture Bible of the Venetian woodcutter Moses dal Castellazzo Such element, which can indicate a meeting of Jewish and Christian art then lost significance in the course of the centuries. This topic was then discussed in detail in Kurt Schubert (publisher) Spätantikes Judentum und frühchristliche Kunst (Studia Judaica Austriaca II), Late Antiquity Judaism and Early Christian Art, Vienna 1974 (Translator: Joan Avery) The Corresponding illustrations, selected by the Center of Jewish Art (Hebrew University, Jerusalem), can be found here: http://phaidra.univie.ac.at/detail_object/o:521471

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Christmas Celebration at the Institute for Jewish Studies 1967
Kurt and Ursula Schubert right, at table

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Christmas Celebration at the Institute for Jewish Studies 1967
Ursula Schubert at the table

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Co-Operation between Christians and Jews in Austria since 1945
In this text Professor Kurt Schubert presents Jewish-Christian dialogue in Austria since 1945, whilst referring to the historical background and the Nazi period. He also addresses contemporary Austria and the role of Jewish Studies in the process of the emerging co-operation. He uses a copy of his own article: Austria, Country of Jewish Museums in David-Jüdische Kulturzeitschrift, 6. Jahrgang, (6th year of the David Jewish cultural review), Nr. 21, June/July 1994, which has not been uploaded here however.

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Collection from the Ceremonial Address
This speech was held by the Vice Chancellor of the University on the occasion of the ceremonial address to the academic couple Kurt and Ursula Schubert, in which their career and their relationship to the University of Vienna were described. The event took place on 19 January 2016 in the grand hall of the Austrian Academy of Sciences.

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