Yeshayahu Jelinek papers
Collection consists of research notes on Eastern European immigrants, lecture and course notes, and documents concerning Hungarian, Slovak, and Greek Catholic immigrants.
- Jelinek, Yeshayahu (Person)
Language of Materials
English, Hebrew, Hungarian, Slovak, German
Open for use in the Elmer L. Andersen Library reading room.
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Yeshayahu Jelinek was born on July 16, 1933 in Czechoslovakia. His family emigrated to Israel in 1949. He studied at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and received his Ph.D. from Indiana University. He began teaching in 1966 as a visiting assistant professor at the University of Denver and the University of Minnesota Twin Cities. He continued to teach at various universities including the University of Haifa, Columbia University in New York, and Denison University in Ohio. He taught courses in history regarding eastern Europe, Russia, Germany, contemporary Israel, modern Jewish history, and the Holocaust. Jelinek conducted research on immigrants from Eastern Europe.
5 linear inches
Collection acquired from Robert Perlman of Newton, Massachusetts in 1991. The collection was processed in February 2015 by Katie McCormick.
- Carpatho Rusin Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- College teachers Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Hungarian Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Religious life Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Slovak Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Inventory of the Yeshayahu Jelinek papers.
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Collecting Area Details
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