Goldman

Goldman

Goldman is the surname of several people:

* Albert Goldman, American professor and author
* Albert Goldman (politician), American Trotskyist and lawyer
* Alvin Ira Goldman, philosopher
* Charley Goldman, boxing trainer
* Duff Goldman, American Food Network personality
* Edwin Franko Goldman, American band composer, founder of American Bandmasters Association
* Emma Goldman, anarchist writer and speaker
* Francisco Goldman, American novelist
* Fred Goldman, father of Ronald Goldman
* Irving B. Goldman, plastic surgeon
* James Goldman, American playwright and screenwriter
* Jami Goldman, famous athlete competing in paralympics
* Jane Goldman, British writer and television presenter; wife of Jonathan Ross
* Jean-Jacques Goldman, French singer and songwriter
* Lipa Goldman, renown Orthodox rabbi
* Lynn Goldman, American academic
* Marcus Goldman, German-American businessman and entrepreneur
* Marcus J. Goldman, psychiatrist, physician, conservative writer
* Marshall Goldman, economist
* Michael Goldman, American politician
* Mike Goldman, Australian TV personality
* Neil Goldman, television writer
* Oscar Goldman, fictional character
* Phil Goldman, American engineer and entrepreneur
* Pierre Goldman, French left-wing intellectual
* Ronald Goldman, victim in the O.J. Simpson murder case
* Steven Goldman, baseball writer
* Sylvan Goldman, American businessman and inventor
* Todd Goldman, American entrepreneur and artist
* Vivien Goldman, journalist, author and musician
* William Goldman, screenwriter and author
* Yosef Goldman, scholar and author

Other uses:
* Goldman Band, early 20th century band
* Goldman Environmental Prize
* Goldman equation
* Goldman Sachs is a leading investment bank, founded by Marcus Goldman.
* Goldman School of Dental Medicine, Boston University, USA
* Goldman School of Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley

See also

* Goldmann


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  • Goldman — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Alvin Goldman (* 1938), US amerikanischer Philosoph Bo Goldman (* 1932), US amerikanischer Drehbuchautor David Eliot Goldman (1910–1998), US amerikanischer Biophysiker Edward Alphonso Goldman (1873–1946),… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • GOLDMAN — GOLDMAN, family of U.S. investment bankers descended from Bavarian born MARCUS GOLDMAN (1821–1904) and joseph sachs , both of whom arrived in the United States in 1848. Goldman was a peddler in Pennsylvania and a clothing merchant in Philadelphia …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • GOLDMAN (B.) — Berthold GOLDMAN 1913 1993 Berthold Goldman naît le 12 septembre 1913 à Bucarest. Mais c’est la France qu’il choisit pour étudier, d’abord la philosophie, puis le droit. En 1946, il passe sa thèse de doctorat; l’année suivante, il est reçu à… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Goldman — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom.  Pour l’article homophone, voir Goldmann. Plusieurs personnalités portent le nom de Goldman (par ordre alphabétique) : Edward Alphonso Goldman… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Goldman — This is an early medieval English surname which is job descriptive either for a worker in Gold or the servant or friend of Gold , from the Olde English mann and Golda a nickname for one with fair hair. Either way, the name has long been recorded …   Surnames reference

  • Goldman — noun United States anarchist (born in Russia) who opposed conscription; was deported to the Soviet Union in 1919 (1869 1940) • Syn: ↑Emma Goldman • Instance Hypernyms: ↑anarchist, ↑nihilist, ↑syndicalist …   Useful english dictionary

  • Goldman — /gohld meuhn/, n. 1. Edwin Franko /frang koh/, 1878 1956, U.S. composer and bandmaster. 2. Emma, 1869 1940, U.S. anarchist leader, born in Russia. * * * …   Universalium

  • Goldman — David E., U.S. physiologist, *1910. See G. equation, G. Hodgkin Katz equation. Henry M., U.S. periodontist, 1911–1980. See G. Fox knives, under knife …   Medical dictionary

  • Goldman — n. family name …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Goldman — /ˈgoʊldmən/ (say gohldmuhn) noun Emma ( Red Emma ), 1869–1940, US anarchist and political activist, born in Lithuania; author of Living My Life (1931) …   Australian-English dictionary

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