Antisemitism in an era of transition : genealogies and impact in post-communist Poland and Hungary (Book, 2014) [WorldCat.org]
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Antisemitism in an era of transition : genealogies and impact in post-communist Poland and Hungary

Author: François Guesnet; Gwen Jones
Publisher: New York : Peter Lang, 2014.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Edition 1View all editions and formats
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By contrasting Poland and Hungary, this volume assesses the impact of rightwing political traditions, religion and Communist rule, of historical consciousness and social stratification on  Read more...

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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: (GyWOH)har140162559
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: François Guesnet; Gwen Jones
ISBN: 9783631646298 3631646291
OCLC Number: 862929185
Description: 301 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Contents: Francois Guesnet/Gwen Jones: Antisemitism in Poland and Hungary after 1989: Determinants of social impact - Brian Porter-Szucs: Why Do Polish Catholics Hate the Jews? A reasoned answer to a stupid question - Janos Desi: An Old-New Story: The continued existence of the Tiszaeszlar blood libel - Grzegorz Krzywiec: Between Realpolitik and Redemption: Roman Dmowski's solution to the "Jewish question" - Laszlo Karsai: Miklos Horthy (1868-1957) and the "Jewish Question" in Hungary, 1920-1945 - Victor Karady: Jews and the Communist Commitment in Hungary and Eastern Central Europe after 1945 - Andras Kovacs: Antisemitic Elements in Communist Discourse: A continuity factor in post-war Hungarian antisemitism - Adam Ostolski: Public Memory in Transition: Antisemitism and the memory of World War II in Poland, 1980-2010 - Gwen Jones: The work of Antisemitic Art in the Age of Digital Reproduction: Hungarianpublishing revivals since 1989 - Mikolaj Winiewski/Michal Bilewicz: The Emergence of Antisemitism in Times of Rapid Social Change: Survey results from Poland - Pal Tamas: The Indicators of Hungarian National Populism: What does antisemitism show? - Hanna Kwiatkowska: Old and New Fora for Antisemitic Discourse: Reflections on Poland since the 1990s. - Claude Cahn: Divida et Impera: (Re)Creating the Hungarian National Gypsy.
Responsibility: Guesnet, François, Jones, Gwen (eds.).

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