Hirsch (deer in German and Yiddish) may refer to:
- Hirsch, Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Hirsch, Saskatchewan, Canada
- Hirsch Observatory, an astronomical observatory in Troy, New York
- August Hirsch, German physician and medical historian.
- Corey Hirsch, Canadian ice hockey goaltender
- David Philip Hirsch, British Army officer
- Edward Hirsch, American poet and academic
- E. D. Hirsch Jr., American educator and literary critic.
- Elroy Hirsch, American football player
- Emanuel Hirsch, Protestant theologian
- Emil G. Hirsch, American rabbi
- Emile Hirsch, American actor
- Helmut Hirsch, German Jew and victim of the Nazis
- Joe Hirsch, American horse racing columnist
- John Stephen Hirsch, Hungarian-Canadian theater director
- Jorge E. Hirsch, professor of physics
- Judd Hirsch, American actor
- Julius Hirsch, German footballer
- Kurt Hirsch, German mathematician
- Lou Hirsch, American actor
- Maurice Hirsch, US Brigadier General
- Maurice de Hirsch, Baron, German-Jewish businessman and philanthropist
- Max Hirsch, German political economist
- Moshe Hirsch, Israeli politician
- Moshe Hillel Hirsch American/Israeli Rabbi
- Paul Hirsch (politician), German politician
- Paul Hirsch (film editor), American film editor
- Samson Raphael Hirsch, German rabbi
- Samuel Hirsch, German rabbi
- Robert L. Hirsch, energy research scientist
- Steven Hirsch, co-chairman of Vivid Entertainment
- Tomás Hirsch, Chilean politician and businessman
- Vladimír Hirsch, composer of classical and industrial music
- Edward Hirsch Levi, Politician US Attorney General
- Baron de Hirsch Cemetery (disambiguation), cemeteries named after Moritz Hirsch
- Joe Hirsch Turf Classic Invitational, named after Joe Hirsch
- Hirsch conjecture, a disproved statement in mathematics, concerning polytopes
Other articles related to "hirsch":
... Rose, Etta, another sister who died in infancy, and Hirsch (Harry) ... Upon being introduced to show business in 1895 by entertainer Al Reeves, Asa and Hirsch became fascinated by the industry, and by 1897 the brothers were singing for coins on local street corners ... Asa and Hirsch spent most of their days working different jobs as a team ...
... Sherre Hirsch received her Rabbinic ordination and Master's degree from the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York ... Additionally, Hirsch serves as a Spiritual Commentator for The Today Show and has been a guest on Thirty Good Minutes and The Tyra Banks Show ...
... Hirsch was motivated to create the Core Knowledge curriculum upon working in a community college class in 1978 ... “Hirsch's awakening began one day in 1978 in a community college English class in Richmond, Virginia ... On this day, however, Hirsch was testing reading assignments at the community college ...
... Siegfried Hirsch (5 November 1816 – 11 September 1860) was a German historian who was a native of Berlin ... He was a cousin to historian Theodor Hirsch (1806-1881) ... In 1842 Hirsch received his habilitation at Berlin, and in 1844 was appointed associate professor ...
... Hirsch, born March 30, 1937, is an American forensic pathologist who has been the Chief Medical Examiner of New York City since 1989 ... Hirsch graduated with a B.S ... Hirsch was recognized with the Distinguished Alumnus Award by his medical school, delivering the commencement address at the school's 2003 graduation ceremonies ...
Famous quotes containing the word hirsch:
“A hook shot kisses the rim and
hangs there, helplessly, but doesnt drop
and for once our gangly starting center
boxes out his man and times his jump
perfectly, gathering the orange leather
from the air like a cherished possession”
—Edward Hirsch (b. 1950)