East European Jewish Affairs articles

Volume 45 (1)

“Peaceful coexistence?” Jewish and Muslim neighbors on the eve of the Holocaust
Holly Robertson Huffnagle, vol. 45 (1): 42-64
Is Seeing Believing? Photographs, Eyewitness Testimony, and Evidence of the Holocaust
David Shneer, vol. 45 (1): 65-78
Is Seeing Believing? Photographs, Eyewitness Testimony, and Evidence of the Holocaust
David Shneer, vol. 45 (1): 65-78
The reinvention of the Promised Land: utopian space and time in Soviet Jewish exodus literature
Klavdia Smola, vol. 45 (1): 79-108
The reinvention of the Promised Land: utopian space and time in Soviet Jewish exodus literature
Klavdia Smola, vol. 45 (1): 79-108
In search of a liberal polity: the Rukh Council of Nationalities, the Jewish question, and Ukrainian independence
Aleksandr Burakovskiy, vol. 45 (1): 109-131
In search of a liberal polity: the Rukh Council of Nationalities, the Jewish question, and Ukrainian independence
Aleksandr Burakovskiy, vol. 45 (1): 109-131
Our Authors Respond: Shaul Stampfer, review of Jits van Straten, The origin of Ashkenazi Jewry: the controversy unraveled (New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2011), East European Jewish Affairs Volume 44, Issue 1, 2014: 125–126.
Jits van Straten, vol. 45 (1): 132-133
Our Authors Respond: Shaul Stampfer, review of Jits van Straten, The origin of Ashkenazi Jewry: the controversy unraveled (New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2011), East European Jewish Affairs Volume 44, Issue 1, 2014: 125–126.
Jits van Straten, vol. 45 (1): 132-133
City of Rogues and Schnorrers: Russia's Jews and the Myth of Old Odessa
Alexis Hofmeister, vol. 45 (1): 134-136
City of Rogues and Schnorrers: Russia's Jews and the Myth of Old Odessa
Alexis Hofmeister, vol. 45 (1): 134-136
Diaspora Nationalism and Jewish Identity in Habsburg Galicia
Anke Hilbrenner, vol. 45 (1): 136-139
Diaspora Nationalism and Jewish Identity in Habsburg Galicia
Anke Hilbrenner, vol. 45 (1): 136-139
Sytuacja prawna Z˙ydów w Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej 1918–1939 [The legal situation of the Jews in Poland, 1918–1939]
Bartłomiej Majchrzak, vol. 45 (1): 139-141
Sytuacja prawna Z˙ydów w Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej 1918–1939 [The legal situation of the Jews in Poland, 1918–1939]
Bartłomiej Majchrzak, vol. 45 (1): 139-141
Bounded by Mind and Soul: Russia and Israel, 1880–2010
Tobias Brinkmann, vol. 45 (1): 141-142
Bounded by Mind and Soul: Russia and Israel, 1880–2010
Tobias Brinkmann, vol. 45 (1): 141-142
Georg Knepler: Musikwissenschaftler und marxistischer Denker aus Wien
Lars Fischer, vol. 45 (1): 142-145
Georg Knepler: Musikwissenschaftler und marxistischer Denker aus Wien
Lars Fischer, vol. 45 (1): 142-145
LISTINGS
Brendan McGeever, vol. 45 (1): 146-149
LISTINGS
Brendan McGeever, vol. 45 (1): 146-149

Volume 45 (2-3)

Why Jewish Museums?
David Shneer, vol. 45 (2-3): 151-152
New Jewish museums in post-communist Europe
Olga Gershenson, vol. 45 (2-3): 153-157
The Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center in Moscow: Judaism for the masses
Olga Gershenson, vol. 45 (2-3): 158-173
The shtetl in the museum: representing Jews in the eras of Stalin and Putin
Deborah Yalen, vol. 45 (2-3): 174-189
Inside the Museum: Torahs, Tanks, and Tech: Moscow's Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center
Benjamin Nathans, vol. 45 (2-3): 190-199
The Square of Polish Innocence: POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw and its symbolic topography
Elżbieta Janicka, vol. 45 (2-3): 200-214
Inside the Museum: Curating between hope and despair: POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews
Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, vol. 45 (2-3): 215-235
Staging Traumatic Memory: Competing Narratives of State Violence in Post-Communist Hungarian Museums
Anna Manchin, vol. 45 (2-3): 236-251
From Restored Past to Unsettled Present: New Challenges for Jewish Museums in East Central Europe
Katalin Deme, vol. 45 (2-3): 252-260
Inside the Museum: When Orthodox synagogue meets museum: the New Jewish Community Museum in Bratislava
Maroš Borský, vol. 45 (2-3): 261-263
Reportage: Beyond Prague's “Precious Legacy”: post-communist Jewish exhibits and synagogue restorations in the Czech Republic
Ruth Ellen Gruber, vol. 45 (2-3): 264-278
Reportage: Romania and its Jewish museums
Dan-Ionuţ Julean, vol. 45 (2-3): 279-289
Inside the Museum: Nothing is going to change? Adaptation of the Jewish Pre-Burial House in Gliwice
Natalia Romik, vol. 45 (2-3): 290-301
Inside the Museum: Galicia Jewish Museum: Re-defining the role of the Jewish museum in a post-communist Poland
Jakub Nowakowski, vol. 45 (2-3): 302-304
Reportage: The Bukharan-Jewish Museum in Samarkand: memory preservation of a rapidly-diminishing community
Zeev Levin, vol. 45 (2-3): 305-311
Reportage: Small exhibits, major steps: four post-Soviet Jewish museums
Anastasia Felcher, vol. 45 (2-3): 312-320
Insert Inside the Museum: The Jewish Museum of Chișinău (Kishinev)
Irina Shikhova, vol. 45 (2-3): 321-322
Inside the Museum: The Museum of Jewish History in Russia, Moscow
Maria Kaspina, vol. 45 (2-3): 323-325
Inside the Museum: A Museum in a museum—the experience of exhibiting Jewish collections in the Russian Museum of Ethnography, St. Petersburg
Shimon Iakerson, vol. 45 (2-3): 326-329