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

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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Listings
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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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