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Adamczyk-Garbowska M., Duda H.

  • Terminy Holokaust, Zagłada, Szoa oraz ich konotacje leksykalno-kulturowe w polszczyźnie potocznej i dyskursie naukowym
    w: Żydzi i judaizm we współczesnych badaniach polskich, t. 3, pod red. K. Pilarczyka, Kraków 2003,

Amir Yehoyada

Adelmann Anette (ICCJ General Secretary)

ADL Anti-Defamation League

AJC Global Jewish Advocacy

Aleksiun Natalia

  • Conscious History: Polish Jewish Historians before the Holocaust The Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, July 1st, 2021, ISBN 978-1-906-76489-0 Wnikliwe studium, w którym autorka omawia badawcze dokonania historyków będące trwałym dziedzictwem międzywojennej społeczności żydowskiej w Polsce, a także analizuje je w kontekście przekazu popularnego, powstałego na potrzeby szerokiej publiczności zarówno żydowskiej, jak i nieżydowskiej.
  • Zmarnowana szansa. O "Miastach śmierci" Mirosława Tryczyka
    w: Kultura liberalna nr. 367 3/2016 19 I 2016
  • Survivor Testimonies and Historical Objectivity: Polish Historiography since Neighbors " In the introduction to his Neighbors, Jan Gross argued for centrality of Jewish accounts from the Holocaust as reliable sources for reconstructing the tragicpast: Jewish testimonies about the Shoah have been deliberately written downin order to provide an exact and comprehensive account of the catastrophe… We should read in these efforts an intuition that one could effectivelyoppose, indeed frustrate, the Nazis’ plan of annihilation of the Jews if onlya record of the Nazis’ evil deeds was preserved."
  • The Cadaver Affair in the Second Polish Republic. A Case Study of Practical Antisemitism.
  • Polish Historiography of theHolocaust—Between Silence and Public Debate. "In the introductory remarks to his essay on the Jewish historiography of theHolocaust of Polish Jewry, Shlomo Netzer states:
    The rewriting of history, which is one of the outstanding characteristics of historiogra-phy, reflects the viewpoint of the contemporary generation as it looks at the past...Furthermore, if historiography is fashioned by an up-to-date, after-the-event perspec-tive, and research both adds to what is known and changes it, then these rules certainlyare valid for the historiography of the Holocaust. The events of the period are close toour generation and have not yet been subjected to the filter of too many historians.
    Indeed, contemporary Holocaust scholarship in Poland confirms Netzer’sobservation."

Alexandria Declaration of the Religious Leaders of the Holy Land January 21, 2002

Ambrosewicz-Jacobs Jolanta (red.)

  • The Holocaust. Voices of Scholars (ed.). Ths book was published thanks to generous support from the Faculty of International and Political Studies and the Institute of European Studies of the Jagiellonian University, and the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Foreword by Piotr M. A. Cywiński, Introduction by Jolanta Ambrosewicz-Jacobs. Cracow 2009. "The book presents the reflections of these scholars and public figures whose work involves the subject of the Holocaust. We asked them to write about difficulties they have faced, and we posed several questions to them: Do the analytical tools of the scholar, the researcher, the philosopher, the sociologist, the artist, prove weak or ineffective in dealing with the Holocaust? More than sixty years after the liberation of Auschwitz, are we intellectually and emotionally baffled by the genocide the Nazis committed there? If so, what are the paths taken to overcome this? How and why continue work on this most perplexing subject?".

Amerykańska konferencja biskupów katolickich

American Jewish Committee:

Amit Nili

Anchimiuk (Jeremiasz) Jan (Abp dr hab. prof. ChAT)

Angel M.,

  • Messiah, Jewish View
    w: A Dictionary of the JewishChristian Dialogue, L. Kliniecki, G. Wigoder (ed.)
    New York-Ramsey 1984, s.130-132

Apfelbaum M.,

  • Dwa sztandary. Rzecz o powstaniu w getcie warszawskim, Kraków 2003.

Apotheker Liliane (ICCJ President from 2021)

Archdiocese of Boston

  • Statement on the Liturgical Proclamation of the Passion Bishops’ Committee for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs, 01/02/2023. The message of the liturgy in proclaiming the passion narratives in full is to enable the assembly to see vividly the love of Christ for each person, despite their sins, a love that even death could not vanquish. The crimes during the Passion of Christ cannot be attributed indiscriminately to all Jews of that time, nor to Jews today. The Jewish people should not be referred to as though rejected or cursed, as if this view followed from Scripture. The Church ever keeps in mind that Jesus, his mother Mary, and the apostles all were Jewish. As the Church has always held, Christ freely suffered his passion and death because of the sins of all, that all might be saved.

Arendt Hannah

Arens M.

  • Flagi nad gettem. Rzecz o powstaniu w getcie warszawskim, Kraków–Budapeszt 2011.

Ariarajah, S. Wesley

Aslan Reza

Assayag Orion

Auron-Górska Joanna

Australian Catholic Bishops Conference

Azar Michael G.

Michael G. Azar, PhD (USA), is Associate Professor of Theology/Religious Studies at the University of Scranton in Pennsylvania (USA) and a deacon in the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America. He currently resides in Jerusalem, where he is writing a book on Orthodox Christian-Jewish relations, with an emphasis on Orthodox Christian hermeneutics and historic presence in the Holy Land.