East European Jewish Affairs articles

Volume 44 (2-3)

Return of the Jew: Identity Narratives of the Third Post-Holocaust Generation of Jews in Poland
Jannis Panagiotidis, vol. 44 (2-3): 284-285
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Volume 43 (2)

How insulted religious feelings turned into pogroms: Lithuania in 1900
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The Jewish-theme whodunnit in contemporary Poland and Germany
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Brody always on my mind: the mental mapping of a Jewish city
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Jewish tradition faces the Soviet economy: moral dilemma of ‘shadow’ entrepreneurship in the former Pale of Settlement, Ukraine
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The election of Jewish deputies in Vilna in 1818: government projects and Jewish claims
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LETTER TO THE EDITOR
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Jews and Ukrainians in Russia's Literary Borderlands: From the Shtetl Fair to the Petersburg Bookshop
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When Even the Poets Were Silent: A Jewish Hungarian Holocaust Survivor under Nazism and Communism
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Days of Ruin: The Jews of Munkács during the Holocaust
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Evrei v obshchestvenno-politicheskoi zhizni Nizhegorodskoi gubernii (1914–1920 gg.): Dokumenty i materialy
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Volume 43 (1)

Introduction
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Jewish memory and family heirlooms (based on materials from field studies in St Petersburg, 2010–11)
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The return of Menachem Mendel: Sholem Aleichem as a political commentator
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The exhibition “Jews in Tsarist Russia and in the USSR” and the closure of the Jewish Modernisation Project in the Soviet Union, 1937–41
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The origins of anti-Jewish policy in the Cossack regions of the Russian Empire, late nineteenth and early twentieth century
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An essay on the Jewish ethnic economy: the case of Belz, Moldova
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Kiev, Jewish Metropolis: A History, 1859–1914, by Natan M. Meir
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Archiwum Ringelbluma: Konspiracyjne Archiwum Getta Warszawy. Vol. 6: Generalne Gubernatorstwo. Relacje i dokumenty, edited by Aleksandra Bańkowska. Archiwum Ringelbluma: Konspiracyjne Archiwum Getta Warszawy. Vol. 7: Spuścizny, edited by Katarzyna Person.
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Transit und Transformation: Osteuropäisch-jüdische Migranten in Berlin 1918-1939 [“Transit and Transformation: East European Jewish Migrants in Berlin 1918-1939”], edited by Verena Dohrn and Gertrud Pickhan
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Die Formierung des politischen Antisemitismus in den Kronländern Kroatien-Slawonien 1879–1906 [“The Formation of Political Antisemitism in the Crownlands of Croatia-Slavonia, 1879-1906”], by Marija Vulesica
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Volume 42 (3)

Debating, obfuscating and disciplining the Holocaust: post-Soviet historical discourses on the OUN–UPA and other nationalist movements
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Twelve Jewish boys from the class of '47 of a Budapest grammar school – and their families: memories and reminiscences
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Haunting images: stereotypes of Jewishness among Russian Jewish immigrants in Germany
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Ze'ev Jabotinsky Falsified
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The Stranger at Hand: Antisemitic Prejudices in Post-Communist Hungary, by András Kovács
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Jewish Białystok and Its Diaspora, by Rebecca Kobrin
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Editorial Board
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