East European Jewish Affairs

East European Jewish Affairs (formerly Soviet Jewish Affairs) is an interdisciplinary journal which is essential for an understanding of the position and prospects of Jews in the former Soviet Union and the countries of East-Central Europe. It deals with issues in historical perspective and in the context of general, social, economic, political, and cultural developments in the region. The journal includes analytical, in-depth articles; review articles; archival documents; conference notes; and annotated books.

Publishes 3 issues a year.

Publisher: 
Routledge
ISSN (print): 
1350-1674
ISSN (online): 
1743-971X

Latest articles

Jewish Poland Revisited: Heritage Tourism in Unquiet Places: Klezmer's Afterlife: An Ethnography of the Jewish Music Revival in Poland and Germany
Sarah Zarrow, ONLINE EARLY

Volume 45 (1)

Ritual slaughter and animal welfare in interwar Poland
Eva Plach, vol. 45 (1): 1-25
Ritual slaughter and animal welfare in interwar Poland
Eva Plach, vol. 45 (1): 1-25
How to house a child: providing homes for Jewish children in interwar Poland
Sean Martin, vol. 45 (1): 26-41
How to house a child: providing homes for Jewish children in interwar Poland
Sean Martin, vol. 45 (1): 26-41
“Peaceful coexistence?” Jewish and Muslim neighbors on the eve of the Holocaust
Holly Robertson Huffnagle, vol. 45 (1): 42-64
“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
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
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
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
Georg Knepler: Musikwissenschaftler und marxistischer Denker aus Wien
Lars Fischer, vol. 45 (1): 142-145
LISTINGS
Brendan McGeever, vol. 45 (1): 146-149

Volume 44 (2-3)

East European Jewish Affairs: new borders and boundaries
David Shneer, vol. 44 (2-3): 151-153