MIRIAM GILLIS-CARLEBACH - RESEARCH ARCHIVE
Prof. Dr. Miriam Gillis-Carlebach [1.2.1922 - 30.1.2020]
Dates: 1922 - 2017
Languages: German, English, Hebrew
Miriam was born in Hamburg, the third daughter of the Chief Rabbi Dr. Joseph Zvi Carlebach and Lotte Carlebach nee Preuß.
Immigrated to Israel at the age of 16, in November 1938.
She was educated in the Religious Youth Village under the direction of Dr. Eugen Michaelis.
In 1944, she married Ernest Moshe Gillis, and the family settled in Kfar Avraham near Petah Tikva. At the beginning of her educational career, she worked as a remedial teacher at the Amishav crossings.
In 1985 she was awarded a Doctor of Philosophy degree (PhD) in the fields of Special education and Hebrew Reading instruction.
Prof. Dr. Miriam Gillis-Carlebach
was an honorary senator of the University of Hamburg , founder of the Hadad Center for Dyslexia Research  and the Joseph Carlebach-Institute for Jewish Thought and Education .
The Carlebach-Institute was established in collaboration with the University of Hamburg to carry out joint projects in the field of Hamburg Jewish heritage, in memory of Chief Rabbi Joseph Zvi Carlebach [1883-1942], his family and community members who perished in the Holocaust. During her approximately 40 years of work, she engaged in academic research and teaching, authored and edited dozens of books and articles in her fields of activity.
Subjects / Research Areas
International conferences and public events
Research projects and publications
RABBI DR. JOSEPH CARLEBACH AND THE FAMILY HISTORY
Joseph Carlebach Archive
Personal and Family papers
Publications about Joseph Carlebach
Publications about Lotte Carlebach (Preuss)
Dr. Julius Preuss and Marta Preuss (Halberstadt)
Joel-Adler-Carlebach Family Book
Letters from Shlomo (Peter) Carlebach
Letters from Julius (Buli) Carlebach
JEWISH HISTORY / HOLOCAUST RESEARCH
Children in the Holocaust
SPECIAL EDUCATION / HEBREW READING INSTRUCTION
PERSONAL DOCUMENTS AND PAPERS
Certificates and Awards
Personal and family photos
Academic and public events
CORRESPONDENCE WITH PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS AND AUTHORITIES
Embassy of Germany
Senat of Hamburg
Carlebach Arbeitskreis and University of Hamburg
University of Magdeburg
Prof. Gerhard Paul, University of Flensburg
Leo Baeck Institute, New York / Jerusalem
Dölling and Galitz Publ. House, Hamburg
CORRESPONDENCE WITH PRIVATE PERSONS
Letters by Shlomo Marcus
Letters by Senta Meyer-Gerstein
Family correspondence and papers
Private correspondence in Hebrew
Private correspondence in English / German
The Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People, Jerusalem
Joseph Carlebach - Institute, Bar-Ilan University
Finding aid:  Collection Guide
CV and Publications