7 edition of Jewish Politics in Eastern Europe found in the catalog.
January 1, 2001
by New York University Press
Written in English
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“Stern’s Jewish Materialism is a brilliant and deeply learned book In Jewish Materialism, Stern makes major contributions to theories of Jewish modernization that, in turn, shed light on parallel developments around the globe.”—Nathaniel Deutsch, Journal of Interdisciplinary History. Timothy Snyder is the Richard C. Levin Professor of History at Yale University and a permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna. He speaks five and reads ten European languages. His chief books are Nationalism, Marxism, and Modern Central Europe: A Biography of Kazimierz Kelles-Krauz (); The Reconstruction of Nations: Poland, Ukraine, Lithuania, Belarus, (
The map above shows the Jewish population of Europe in both and by country. Most countries still had much lower Jewish populations in compared to This is largely due to the long lasting effects of The Holocaust, when over six million European Jews were systematically murdered by Hitler and the Nazis. Jewish Women, Jewish History: Jewish Women’s Archive: Judaism Judaism, Jewish Studies: Tracey R. Rich: YIVO Encyclopedia of Jews in Eastern Europe: Jews in Eastern Europe, Yiddish language, literature and culture: YIVO Institute for Jewish Research.
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Jewish Politics in Eastern Europe makes use of previously unexamined source materials to offer a range of new perspectives on the significance of the Bund and its ideas. Its fresh and insightful approaches will be of interest to all those concerned with Eastern European Jewry, Russian, Polish, and Ukranian history, and the history of socialist 5/5(1).
About this book. Introduction. A collection of new, scholarly articles on the Jewish Workers' Bund - the first modern Jewish political party in Eastern Europe - written by prominent academics from eight countries.
This work represents a broad range of perspectives, Jewish and non-Jewish, sympathetic to the Bund and critical of its work. A collection of new, scholarly articles on the Jewish Workers' Bund - the first modern Jewish political party in Eastern Europe - written by prominent academics from eight countries.
This work represents a broad range of perspectives, Jewish and non-Jewish, sympathetic to the Bund and critical of its work. The expression 'Eastern European Jewry' has two meanings. The first meaning refers to the current political spheres of the Eastern European countries and the second refers to the Jewish kibbutzim in Russia and Poland.
The phrase 'Eastern European Jews' or 'Jews of the East' (from German: Ostjuden) was established during the 19th century in the German Empire and in the western provinces of the. Jewish Politics in Eastern Europe makes use of previously unexamined source materials to offer a range of new perspectives on the significance of the Bund and its ideas.
Its fresh and insightful approaches will be of interest to all those concerned with Eastern European Jewry, Russian, Polish, and Ukranian history, and the history of socialist.
The Emergence of Modern Jewish Politics examines the political, social, and cultural dimensions of Zionism and Bundism, the two major political movements among East European Jews during the first half of the twentieth century. While Zionism achieved its primary aim—the founding of a Jewish state—the Jewish Labor Bund has not only practically disappeared, but its ideals of socialism and.
The Jewish population of Europe in was estimated to be approximately million (% of European population) or 10% of the world’s Jewish population. In the 21st century, France has the largest Jewish population in Europe, followed by the United Kingdom, Germany, Russia and Ukraine.
17 hours ago Thanks to him, thousands upon thousands of Jewish children in central and eastern Europe have received an education; the fight against continued and renewed antisemitism remains front and.
The Emergence of Modern Jewish Politics analyzes the changes in Jewish political life wrought by Zionism and Bundism, and explores the relationship between politics, culture, and society among the Jews of Eastern Europe in the first half of the twentieth century.
The essays collected by Zvi Gitelman view modern Jewish politics through wide and varying lenses/5(3). Daniel Heller joins us to discuss his book Jabotinsky’s Children: Polish Jews and the Rise of Right-Wing Zionism and the big issues it brings up: The rise of the Revisionist Zionist movement in interwar Europe and its relationship with right-wing politics and fascism; Jabotinsky and his ideological and political legacy, particularly in Israel; the importance of youth and youth movements in.
The interwar period was the heyday of Jewish and Zionist politics in Eastern Europe. With radically redrawn borders and increasingly exclusive concepts of Polishness, interwar Poland provided ideal conditions for the growth of Zionist schools, youth groups, political parties, and cultural activities.
Jewish Politics in Eastern Europe: The Bund at By Zuckerman, Marvin. Read preview. Article excerpt. edited by Jack Jacobs, foreword by Feliks Tych. New York: New York University Press in association with the Jewish Historical Institute (Warsaw), pp.
$ This book is not a history of the Bund. It is a compilation of. New Books in Eastern European Studies New Books in Genocide Studies New Books in History New Books in Jewish Studies New Books in Peoples & Places New Books in Politics & Society New Books in Religion & Faith New Books in Russian and Eurasian Studies New Books Network June 8.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vii, pages): illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: The legacy of the Bund and the Zionist movement / Zvi Gitelman The other modern Jewish politics: integration and modernity in fin de sïcle Russia / Benjamin Nathans The new Jewish politics and its discontents / Antony Polonsky Memoirs of Jewish life in the east European shtetl often recall the hekdesh (town poorhouse) and its residents: beggars, madmen and madwomen, disabled people, and poor orphans.
Stepchildren of the Shtetl tells the story of these marginalized figures from the dawn of modernity to the eve of the Holocaust. Combining archival research with analysis of literary, cultural, and religious texts. After serving as a turret gunner for the RAF during World War II, he worked as a writer and researcher for the BBC and Reuters, specializing in Eastern European affairs.
He was the author of two critically acclaimed studies on the Jewish Resistance: Jewish Resistance in Nazi-Occupied Eastern Europe and The Warsaw Ghetto Revolt. Synopsis During the Holocaust, in Poland alone, three million were killed - 99 per cent of Polish Jews.
This history of East European Jewry, from its beginnings to the period after the Holocaust, gives an overview of the demographic, political, socio-economic, religious and cultural conditions Reviews: 2.
Even today the majority of Jewish immigrants to North America arrive from Eastern Europe. Engaging, wide-ranging, and authoritative, this work is a rich and essential reference for readers with interests in Jewish studies and Eastern European history and culture.
Historian Jeffrey Shandler describes Jewish life in Poland before World War II. Until Polish Jews were not concerned by Europe’s changing political or social climate. Polish Jews believed they lived in post-war, not pre-war, Poland. This book explores the relationship between Christian faith and Jewish identity from the perspective of three Jewish believers in Jesus living in eastern and central Europe before World War 1: Rudolf Hermann (Chaim) Gurland, Christian Theophilus Lucky (Chaim Jedidjah Pollak).Polin | Historiography formed an unusually important component of the popular culture and heritage of east European Jewry in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
This was a period of social, economic, and political upheaval, and for the emerging class of educated Jews the writing and reading of Jewish history provided not only intellectual but also emotional and moral sustenance. While the scholars of the Wissenschaft des Judentums in 19th-century Germany focused on the study of Jewish intellectual history, Jewish historians in eastern Europe had a stronger interest in social and partly economic history, though often from a national, Zionist, or Marxist point of view.
The Jews’ specific role as a minority within the.