In order to highlight the work of particularly productive and influential researchers on contemporary European Jewry, the European Jewish Research Archive is compiling a series of 'author collections', available on this page. Each author collection showcases a small number of items that demonstrate the depth and breadth of a particular author's body of wok on contemporary European Jewry.
New author collections will be added to this page over time and collections will be amended in the future to reflect new wok by the selected authors - so please do check this page regularly.
András Kovács is professor at the Nationalism Studies Program and the academic director of Jewish Studies at the Central European University in Budapest. He has led several large scale research projects on Jews and on antisemitism in post-Holocaust Hungary and collaborated as principal investigator in others
David J Graham is Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Jewish Policy Research (JPR) in the UK, Honorary Associate at the Department of Hebrew, Biblical and Jewish Studies, University of Sydney, and Honorary Research Associate at the University of Cape Town. Dr Graham has been instrumental in the development and success of numerous national Jewish community studies in three different continents.
Dr Helena Miller is the Senior Lecturer in Jewish Education Studies at the London School of Jewish Studies (LSJS). Dr Miller is the senior editor of the two volume International Handbook of Jewish Education (2011 Springer). She is the senior editor of the Journal of Jewish Education, and leads the Jewish Lives longitudinal research study of Jewish families in the UK.
Olaf Glöckner is a researcher at the Moses Mendelssohn Centre for European-Jewish Studies in Potsdam (MMZ), Germany. He is also Lecturer at the Historical Institute and at the Department of Jewish Studies at Potsdam University. His research focuses on transnational Jewish migration, German-Israeli relations, modern antisemitism and strategies of prevention, genocide studies and European-Jewish developments after 1989/90.