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The Karaites of Galicia : an ethnoreligious minority among the Ashkenazim, the Turks, and the Slavs, 1772-1945 / by Mikhail Kizilov.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: BM185.K3 .K55 2009

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    Overview

    Series
    Studia Judaeoslavica, v. 1
    Studia Judaeoslavica ; v. 1.
    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Kizilov, Mikhail, 1974-
    Published
    Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2009
    Locale
    Galicia (Poland and Ukraine)
    Contents
    The topicality of studying the Galician Karaites as a vanishing ethnic minority
    Literature survey
    Methodological difficulties, sources, and objectives of the study
    The system of transliteration
    Outline of the history of the Galician Karaite community prior to 1772
    The Karaites and Toleranzpolitik
    The Karaites as the "exemplary Jews" of Austria
    The Karaites and the royal family of Austria
    Halicz
    Kukizów
    Lwów-Lemberg and its role in the life of the Galician Karaites from 1772 to 1918
    Religio-ethnographic customs and traditions
    Karaim, a Turko-Judeo-Slavic language: history, literature, and folklore
    The Crimean Karaites and their impact on the religious and everyday life of the Galician community
    The Karaites and the Slavic population (Poles and Ruthenians)
    The Karaites and the Talmudic Jews
    General state of the community after World War I
    Interwar ..azzanim, Isaac Abrahamowicz, and the conflicts of the 1920s and early 1930s
    The Karaites and their ethnic neighbours
    Seraja Szapszal's visit to Halicz in 1929
    Seraja Szapszal's reformist activity of the 1930s The visit of Corrado Gini's anthropological expedition and its impact on the development of Szapszal's Turkic theory
    Implementation of Szapszal's Turkic doctrine in Halicz and its outcome
    The Karaites of Halicz during the Second World War and the Holocaust
    Decline of the Galician community after the Second World War
    The collapse of the Soviet Union and the last of the Galician Mohicans
    The Galician Karaite community and its cultural heritage today.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references.
    The topicality of studying the Galician Karaites as a vanishing ethnic minority -- Literature survey -- Methodological difficulties, sources, and objectives of the study -- The system of transliteration -- Outline of the history of the Galician Karaite community prior to 1772 -- The Karaites and Toleranzpolitik -- The Karaites as the "exemplary Jews" of Austria -- The Karaites and the royal family of Austria -- Halicz -- Kukizów -- Lwów-Lemberg and its role in the life of the Galician Karaites from 1772 to 1918 -- Religio-ethnographic customs and traditions -- Karaim, a Turko-Judeo-Slavic language: history, literature, and folklore -- The Crimean Karaites and their impact on the religious and everyday life of the Galician community -- The Karaites and the Slavic population (Poles and Ruthenians) -- The Karaites and the Talmudic Jews -- General state of the community after World War I -- Interwar ..azzanim, Isaac Abrahamowicz, and the conflicts of the 1920s and early 1930s -- The Karaites and their ethnic neighbours -- Seraja Szapszal's visit to Halicz in 1929 -- Seraja Szapszal's reformist activity of the 1930s The visit of Corrado Gini's anthropological expedition and its impact on the development of Szapszal's Turkic theory -- Implementation of Szapszal's Turkic doctrine in Halicz and its outcome -- The Karaites of Halicz during the Second World War and the Holocaust -- Decline of the Galician community after the Second World War -- The collapse of the Soviet Union and the last of the Galician Mohicans -- The Galician Karaite community and its cultural heritage today.

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    Language
    English
    External Link
    Table of contents only
    ISBN
    9789004166028
    9004166025 (alk. paper)
    Physical Description
    xvii, 461 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.

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