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Jesus and his Surroundings

In this short collection Professor Kurt Schubert discusses Jesus’s relationship to the religious parties of the Pharisees, the Essenes and the Sadducees.


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Jewish Art / Mekavel

In this collection Professor Kurt Schubert examines Jewish art in Antiquity and its reception by the Rabbis. Various positions on the issue of representational art in Judaism are also discussed.


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Lecture: History of Salvation and Philosophy of History

In this lecture Professor Kurt Schubert describes the relationship between the history of scholarship and the Bible. He also discusses research methods for biblical texts. The lecture was held on 3 November 1976.


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Lecture: Reasons for not having a ‘Father Josef Deckert Square’

Professor Kurt Schubert speaks about the anti-Semitic priest Josef Deckert. Professor Kurt Schubert gave the lecture in Vienna, 7 November 1989, just when the square was about to be renamed. The author narrates the story of the priest’s life, clearly demonstrating his anti-Semitism. There was a copy of Peter A. Schauer’s article The Deckert Case (Vienna, 1989) attached, as well as a copy of the bibliography Catholic anti-Semitic writings by Josef Deckert.


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Anti-Jewish Polemics against the Talmud and Their refutation

Professor Kurt Schubert’s collection of notes describes the Christian position against the Talmud and explains passages seen as ‘anti-Christian’ from various periods.


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Anti-Semitism as a Reaction to the Enlightenment

Professor Kurt Schubert shows the correlation between anti-Semitism and the Enlightenment in this text. The leitmotiv is Jewish identity in the shadow of anti-Semitic propaganda.


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Apocalypticism

Diese Materialsammlung von Professor Kurt Schubert diskutiert die Apokalypse in Stichwörtern anhand unterschiedliche Perspektiven (z.B. der Pharisäer). Das Thema wird aufgegriffen in einem Artikel von Professor Schubert in Bibel und Lithurgie 50 (1977), S. 104-113.


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Art in Late Antiquity Judaism and its relevance for Early Christian Iconography

This collection contains various examples of Jewish and Christian pictorial art. Professor Kurt Schubert discusses different positions regarding art’s representation among the religious parties.


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Article: Ecumenism between Christians and Jews: the Path of Overcoming Mutual Antagonism

This early version of the article written by Professor Kurt Schubert, still with handwritten corrections, deals with Christian anti-Judaism and anti-Semitism, as well as with the modern development of dialogue between both religions. It was published in 1997 in the Jüdischen Echo.


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Article: Hatred of Jews: the Christians’ Fault?

This article by Professor Kurt Schubert discusses Christian anti-Semitism and anti-Judaism in various periods and texts. It was published in Bibel und Liturgie, Nr. 71. 1998.


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Article: Maimonides and his significance for High Scholasticism

In this text Professor Kurt Schubert gives a detailed account of the life and teaching of the philosopher Maimonides. Topics such as revelation, prophecy and the theory of attributes are addressed. The text has many markings and a more thorough version appeared in Kairos 10, 1968, p. 2-18.


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Article: Why ‘Israel’ and not ‘Palestine’?

This article by Professor Kurt Schubert, published in 1998 for the Jüdisches Echo (Nr. 47) addresses the history of the concept of the word ‘Israel’. Attached are his handwritten corrections.


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Attempt to Grasp the Historical Understanding of Salvation from the New Testament to the High Middle Ages

In these two brief collections of notes Professor Kurt Schubert debates the interpretation of Judaism within Christianity, as well as the relationship between the Catholic Church and the Jewish religion. The relationship between the subjects taught at in Catholic Theology and at the Institute for Jewish Studies are highlighted in this material.


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Austria 1938: Myth and Reality

In keywords Professor Kurt Schubert gives an account of the history of Judaism in Austria, concentrating on the modern age, the present and on Austria’s annexation in 1938.


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Belief in Jesus Binds and Separates Us

In a few keywords Professor Kurt Schubert demonstrates the stance towards Jesus in ancient Judaism and early Christianity. Attached to these papers was an extract from the Kurier newspaper from Monday 9 April 1990: Nr 97, a caricature: ‘The work of angels and its consequences’.


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Biblical Prohibition of Images and Jewish Pictorial Art: Tradition and Reality

In this collection Professor Kurt Schubert deals with various positions regarding Jewish pictorial art and includes Dura Europos, as one example among others.


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Bild: Bernhard Dolna und Katrin Kogman Appel beim Festvortrag für Kurt und Ursula Schubert am 19. Jänner 2016 im Festsaal der österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften

Die Vortragenden Dr. Bernhard Dolna und Professorin Katrin Kogman Appel, welche den Hauptvortrag „Zwischen Jüdischer Tradition und Frühchristlicher Kunst. Die Malereien in der Katakombe der Via Latina in derForschung von Ursula und Kurt Schubert“ hielten.

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Bild: Festvortrag für Kurt und Ursula Schubert am 19. Jänner 2016 im Festsaal der österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften.

Die Leiterin des Kurt und Ursula Schubert Zentrums für Jüdische Studien an der Palacký Universität Olmütz Mag. Ivana Cahová (erste Reihe, links) beim Festvortrag für Kurt und Ursula Schubert am 19. Jänner 2016 im Festsaal der österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften. Neben ihr Dr. Louise Hecht (ebenfalls Olmütz) und Dr. Vladimir Levin, Direktor des Zentrums für Jüdische Kunst an der Hebräischen Universität Jerusalem.

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Bild: Festvortrag für Kurt und Ursula Schubert am 19. Jänner 2016 im Festsaal der österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften.

Dieses Bild zeigt den gut besuchten Großen Festsaal der der österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften anlässlich des Festvortrages für Kurt und Ursula Schubert.

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Bild: Festvortrag für Kurt und Ursula Schubert am 19. Jänner 2016 im Festsaal der österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften.

Dr. Bernhard Dolna, dahinter, von links nach rechts: Prof. Günther Stemberger, Dr. Brigitte Stemberger, Prof. Gerhard Langer

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