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Anti-Jewish violence : rethinking the pogrom in East European history / edited by Jonathan Dekel-Chen ... [et al.].

Publication | Digitized | Library Call Number: DS135.E83 A68 2011

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    Format
    Book
    Published
    Bloomington, Ind. : Indiana University Press, c2011
    Locale
    Europe, Eastern
    Russia
    Soviet Union
    Contents
    What's in a pogrom? European Jews in the age of violence / David Engel
    1915 and the war pogrom paradigm in the Russian empire / Eric Lohr
    The role of personality in the first (1914-1915) Russian occupation of Galicia and Bukovina / Peter Holquist
    Freedom, shortages, violence: the origins of the "revolutionary anti-Jewish pogrom" in Russia, 1917-1918 / Vladimir P. Buldakov
    Preventing pogroms: patterns in Jewish politics in early twentieth-century Russia / Vladimir Levin
    The sword hanging over their heads: the significance of pogrom for Russian Jewish everyday life and self-understanding (the case of Kiev) / Natan M. Meir
    The possibility of the impossible: pogroms in Eastern Siberia / Lilia Kalmina
    Was Lithuania a pogrom-free zone? (1881-1940) / Vladas Sirutavičius and Darius Staliūnas
    The missing pogroms of Belorussia, 1881-1882: conditions and motives of an absence of violence / Claire Le Foll
    Ethnic conflict and modernization in the interwar period: the case of Soviet Belorussia / Arkadi Zeltser
    Defusing the ethnic bomb: resolving local conflict through philanthropy in the interwar USSR / Jonathan Dekel-Chen.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Dekel-Chen, Jonathan L.
    Notes
    "The idea for this book originated at an international academic conference held in Stockholm in May 2005, titled "Anti-Jewish violence: reconceptualizing the pogrom in European history, 17th-20th century."--Introduction.
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    What's in a pogrom? European Jews in the age of violence / David Engel -- 1915 and the war pogrom paradigm in the Russian empire / Eric Lohr -- The role of personality in the first (1914-1915) Russian occupation of Galicia and Bukovina / Peter Holquist -- Freedom, shortages, violence: the origins of the "revolutionary anti-Jewish pogrom" in Russia, 1917-1918 / Vladimir P. Buldakov -- Preventing pogroms: patterns in Jewish politics in early twentieth-century Russia / Vladimir Levin -- The sword hanging over their heads: the significance of pogrom for Russian Jewish everyday life and self-understanding (the case of Kiev) / Natan M. Meir -- The possibility of the impossible: pogroms in Eastern Siberia / Lilia Kalmina -- Was Lithuania a pogrom-free zone? (1881-1940) / Vladas Sirutavičius and Darius Staliūnas -- The missing pogroms of Belorussia, 1881-1882: conditions and motives of an absence of violence / Claire Le Foll -- Ethnic conflict and modernization in the interwar period: the case of Soviet Belorussia / Arkadi Zeltser -- Defusing the ethnic bomb: resolving local conflict through philanthropy in the interwar USSR / Jonathan Dekel-Chen.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9780253355201
    0253355206 (cl : alk. paper)
    Additional Form
    Electronic version(s) available internally at USHMM.
    Physical Description
    xvi, 220 p. : map ; 24 cm.

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