Publications & Sources

 

Amsel-Arieli, Melody. Between Galicia and Hungary: The Jews of Stropkov. Bergenfield, NJ: Avotaynu, 2002

Barkany, Eugen and Ludovit Dojc. Židovské náboženské obce na Slovensku, Bratislava, 1991

Borsky, Maros. Jewish Monuments of Western Slovakia. Bratislava: Menorah, 2011.

First in a planned new series of detailed regional guides to Jewish sites in Slovakia.

Borský, Maroš. Synagogue Architecture in Slovakia: A Memorial Landscape of a Lost Community. Bratislava: Jewish Heritage Foundation – Menorah, 2007

Borský, Maroš. Synagogue Architecture in Slovakia: A Memorial Landscape of a Lost Community.  Online text of Borsky’s PhD dissertation, Hochschule für Jüdische Studien, Heidelberg, 2005

Borksy, Maros; Jana Svantnerova, and others. The Jews of Bratislava and Their Heritage (Židia v Bratislave a ich kulturne dedičstvo). Bratislava: Synagoga Bratislava, 2012. Catalogue of the Jewish community museum.

Dorfman, Rivka and Ben-Zion. Synagogues Without Jews and the communities that built and used them. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society, 2000

Encyclopaedia of Jewish Communities: Slovakia. Viewable online at: http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/pinkas_slovakia/pinkas_Slovakia.html

Gruber, Ruth Ellen. Jewish Heritage Travel: A Guide to Eastern Europe. Washington: National Geographic, 2007

Tanaka, Satoko. Wilhelm Stiassny (1842–1910) Synagogenbau, Orientalismus und jüdische Identität (PhD dissertation, University of Vienna, 2009). Viewable online at http://othes.univie.ac.at/6524/1/2009-08-02_0203702.pdf

Vitti, Vanda. “Jewish Culture and its Heritage in Slovakia after 1989: Urban sites of remembrance in Košice and their meanings.” Cultural Analysis. Vol 10, 2011