Polin Studies in Polish Jewry Volume 5: New Research, New Views
Edited by Antony Polonsky
Antony Polonsky was born in Johannesburg, and studied history and political science at the University of the Witwatersrand. He went to Oxford on a Rhodes Scholarship in 1961 and read modern history at Worcester College and St Antony's College. He taught at the London School of Economics and Political Science from 1970 to 1992. Since then he has been at Brandeis University, where in 1999 he was appointed Albert Abramson Professor of Holocaust Studies, an appointment held jointly at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and Brandeis University. He has also been a visiting professor at the University of Warsaw, the Institute for the Human Sciences, Vienna, and the University of Cape Town; Skirball visiting fellow at the Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies; and Senior Associate Member of St Antony's College, Oxford.
Statement from the Editors Art and Architecture Gora Kalwaria: The Impact of a Hasidic Cult on the Urban Landscape of a Small Polish Town ELEONORA BERGMAN Jewish Districts in the Spatial Structure of Polish Towns MARIA and KAZIMIERZ PIECHOTKA The Function of Synagogues in the PPR, 1988 ELEONORA BERGMAN and JAN JAGIELSKI MEMORY: The New Monuments commemorating the Struggle and Martyrdom of the Jews of Warsaw STANISLAW JANKOWSKI Polish Jews in Germany The Expulsion of Jews with Polish Citizenship from Bavaria in 1923 JOZEF ADELSON Reichskristallnacht 9 November 1938 and the Ostjuden Perspective to the Nazi Search for a 'Solution' to the Jewish Question JOHN P. FOX The Atrocities against the Jews in the Third Reich as seen by the ENDECJA (1933-1939) KAROL GRUNBERG Zionism in Poland The Beginnings of the Zionist Movement in Congress Poland: The Victory of the Hasidim over the Zionists? JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN The Ideological Background to the Hehaluts Movement in Russia and Poland in the 1920s: Parallels and Divergences ISRAEL OPPENHEIM Jabotinsky and the Poles LAURENCE WEINBAUM Articles Yiddish Literature and Collective Memory: The Case of the Chmielnicki Massacres CHONE SHMERUK The Omission of Jewish Topics in Mickiewicz Scholarship JADWIGA MAURER The Polish Interfaith Alliance ARTUR EISENBACH The Reassessment of Haskala Ideology in the Aftermath of the 1863 Polish Revolt MARK BAKER Polish Socialism and the Jewish Question on the Eve of the Establishment of the Polish Socialist Party (PPR) and Social Democracy of the Kingdom of Poland MOSHE MISHKINSKY A Voice from the Diaspora: Julian Stryjkowski LAURA QUERCIOLI-MINCER Poles and Poland in I. B. Singer's Fiction MONIKA ADAMCZYK-GARBOWSKA Exchange Letter from JEDRZEJ GIERTYCH to the Editor of Polin The Dmowski-Namier Feud: A Reply to Giertych Notes International Symposium on the Bibliography of Polish Judaic Documents, Krakow, 1998 KRZYSZTOF PILARCZYK The Conference 'Studies on the History of the Jewish Inhabitance of Silesia', Wroclaw, 1998 KRYSTYN MATWIJOWSKI Reviews REVIEW ESSAYS The History of Towns and Burghers in Pre-Partition Poland TOMASZ POLANSKI The 'Genealogical Sketches' of Kazimierz Reychman ANDRZEJ S. CIECHANOWIECKI German Photographic Documentation of Jewish Ghettos in Poland WLADYSLAW T. BARTOSZEWSKI Four Jewish Memoirs from Occupied Poland WLADYSLAW T. BARTOSZEWSKI BOOK REVIEWS Letters to the Editors Contributors Obituary
Size: 234 x 156 x 27 mm
1 table, 20 maps, and 20 plates
Publication: January 1, 2008
Series: Polin Studies in Polish Jewry 5