Das Wichtigste zur „Koscheren Melange“, dem Blog des Österreichischen Jüdischen Museums in Eisenstadt


Why and what we blog?

The blog "Kosher Melange" complements the Online offer our museum. Unlike our (static) Website it offers the possibility for active participation (comments, picture of the week, the school offers etc.).

The blog portrays Judaism as a religious and culturally diverse size in the past and present; Austrian, especially the Burgenland (Western Hungary) Judaism experiencing this special consideration, including in the form of a digital processing of the Jewish cemeteries of Burgenland.

The blog is not directed exclusively at a specialist audience (though professional Jargon z.T. will not be avoided), but wants to give all interested parties a better insight into the daily work of our museum.
As subsidized by the public institution we have also a concern to be transparent to the public and make them look behind the scenes museum.

Who blogs?

The blog rises like the Website an idea and initiative of employees and is also designed by this. There are again no extra budget, that is: First comes the work - and if there is time, a blog post. but we try, of course, in a relaxed regularity Posts online deliver.

, Commutes almost constantly between the gym - to the heavy fallen grave stones up ;-) Jewish cemeteries – vor allem solchen mit hebräischen Inschriften, und PC oder Laptop, um die Fotos und Inschriften der Grabsteine online stellen zu können.

, Chronic Israel traveler who listens more willingly Dylan als Klesmer, betritt das Museum prinzipiell nicht ohne Dosenkaffee, cineastisch von A(lles über meine Mutter) bis Z(eugin der Anklage), versitzt seine freie Zeit gerne auf Stadtplätzen (vom Kikar haChurva bis zum Campo de‘ Fiori) …


(Volunteer), leidenschaftliche Pensionistin, Tante-Jolesch-Fan und Genealogin – Reihenfolge austauschbar ;-), durchsucht akribisch jüdische Matriken aus der k. u. k.-Monarchie.


Gastautorinnen /-autoren

, geboren 1964 in Wien, lebt seit 1985 in der orthodox-jüdisch geprägten Stadt Bnei-Brak in Israel. Sie ist verheiratet und hat 6 Kinder. Sie ist Forschungsassistentin am Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirsch-Lehrstuhl im Department of Jewish History an der Bar-Ilan Universität, Ramat-Gan, Israel.
Übrigens: Das Bildchen zeigt Claudia unter einem Eukalyptusbaum ;)


, 1941 in Eisenstadt geboren, ist Historiker und Publizist. Er war mehr als 30 Jahre Kultur-Chef im ORF-Burgenland, hat unzählige Radio- und Fernsehsendungen gestaltet, darunter TV-Filme zu historischen Themen, aber auch über bildende Künstler wie Wander Bertoni, Walter Pichler oder Adolf Frohner sowie über politische Persönlichkeiten wie Fred Sinowatz oder Norbert Leser. Von 1978 bis 1996 gab er die Literaturzeitschrift WORTMÜHLE heraus. Selber hat er Gedichte, Hörspiele, Erzählungen, ein Theaterstück sowie Bücher über bildende Kunst geschrieben und veröffentlicht.


Außerdem steuerten folgende Gastautoren einen Beitrag bei:

Mag. Gert cushionBorn in 1975 in Oberwart, studied history and journalism u. Communication Studies in Vienna, member of the Institute for Austrian Historical Research, a historian with a focus on modern times and history of the Burgenland-western Hungarian space, publications on the history of the Batthyány family, the spa industry in Bad Tatzmannsdorf and to the Jewish communities of southern Burgenland.
Post: Jewish Life in Southern Burgenland: Güssing, Rechnitz, Stadtschlaining


Dr. Klaus-Jürgen BauerBorn in 1963 in Vienna, architect, architectural theorist, lecturer, curator, juror, author, writer, artist.
Moves through the Pannonian region; www.bauer-arch.at.
Post: The Wertheimer House


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Eisenstadt, August 18, 2009 Update 14 January 2018