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The Jews of Eastern Europe

Author: Leonard J Greenspoon; Ronald Simkins; Brian Horowitz; Philip M. and Ethel Klutznick Chair in Jewish Civilization. Symposium
Publisher: Omaha : Creighton University Press : Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press, ©2005.
Series: Studies in Jewish civilization, 16.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Most American Jews have roots in Eastern Europe. This volume contains essays that identify key features of Jewish life in Eastern Europe, provide insight into its abiding relevance, and comment on  Read more...

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Philip M. and Ethel Klutznick Chair in Jewish Civilization. Symposium (16th : 2003 : Creighton University).
Jews of Eastern Europe.
Omaha : Creighton University Press : Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press, ©2005
(OCoLC)607388008
Online version:
Philip M. and Ethel Klutznick Chair in Jewish Civilization. Symposium (16th : 2003 : Creighton University).
Jews of Eastern Europe.
Omaha : Creighton University Press : Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press, ©2005
(OCoLC)608682776
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Leonard J Greenspoon; Ronald Simkins; Brian Horowitz; Philip M. and Ethel Klutznick Chair in Jewish Civilization. Symposium
ISBN: 1881871479 9781881871477
OCLC Number: 61478789
Notes: "Proceedings of the Sixteenth Annual Symposium of the Klutznick Chair in Jewish Civilization, Harris Center for Judaic Studies, September 14-15, 2003"--Prelim.
Description: xxi, 351 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: The Russian Rabbinate under the Czars / Avraham Greenbaum --
The image of Russian Jews in Russian-Jewish historiography, 1860-1914 / Brian Horowitz --
The Ashkenazic gaze: creating the Jewish art book / Seth L. Wolitz --
Beyond "Jewish luck": the institutional context of early Russian-Jewish art / Alina Orlov --
Karl Emil Franzos and Bertha Papenheim's portraits of the (Eastern European Jewish) artist / Elizabeth Loentz --
The politics and priorities of Jewish music publishing in Eastern Europe / Susan M. Filler --
The radical assimilated: Hungarian "urbanists" and Jewish identity in the 1930s / Richard S. Esbenshade --
The transformation of Jewish Vilna, 1881-1939 / Theodore R. Weeks --
Russian literature and Jewish death / Gary Rosenshield --
" ... even beyond Pinsk": Yizke Bikher [memorial books] and Jewish cultural life in the Shtetl / Jeffery Veidlinger --
New Jews: David Bergelson and Brobidzhan / Harriet Murav --
Nokhem-Meyer Shaykevitsch: another classic of Yiddish theater / Audrey Bredstein --
From "little man" to "milkman": does Jewish art reflect Jewish life? / John D. Klier --
The politics of philanthropy: migration, emigration, and the transformation of Jewish communal governance in Bialystok, 1885-1939 / Rebecca Kobrin --
Enlightened self-interest: the men and women who opened schools for Jewish girls in late imperial Russia / Eliyana R. Adler --
The transformation of Zionist religious rhetoric as seen through its Yiddish-language propaganda: the case of Galicia / Joshua Shanes --
Aristotle & the Ostjuden: philosophical thought among the first generations of Eastern European Maskilim / Abraham P. Socher --
Searching for "Catholic Israel" in Focsani: Soloman Schechter's childhood in Romania / Howard Lupovitch --
Language violence: Auschwitz convent controversy / Zev Garber --
Coming into their inheritance: Jewish-American autobiographies encounter Eastern Europe / Steven Weiland.
Series Title: Studies in Jewish civilization, 16.
Responsibility: editors, Leonard J. Greenspoon, Ronald Simkins, and Brian Horowitz.
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