Polin Studies in Polish Jewry Volume 6: Jews in Lodz, 1820-1939
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 Jews in Lodz, 1820-1939 The Development of the City of Lodz, 1820-1939 WIESLAW PUS The National Structure of the Population in Lodz in the Years 1820-1939 JULIAN K. JANCZAK The Role of the Jewish Community in the Organization of Urban Space in Lodz STANISLAW LISZEWSKI The National Composition of Lodz Industrialists before 1914 STEFAN PYTLAS Great Capitalist Fortunes in the Polish lands before 1939: The Case of the Poznanski Family KAZIMIERZ BADZIAK The Jewish Community in the Political Life of Lodz in the Years 1865-1914 PAWEL SAMUS The Emergence of the Yiddish Press in Lodz, 1904-1918 LESZEK OLEJNIK Sources for the History of the Jewish Community in Lodz in the Years 1918-1939 JACEK WALICKI Aspects of Jewish Self-Government in Lodz, 1914-1939 ROBERT MOSES SHAPIRO The Jewish Electorate of Interwar Lodz in the Light of the Local Government Elections, 1919-1938 BARBARA WACHOWSKA Jews in Lodz in 1913 According to Statistics JERZY TOMASZEWSKI Between Co-existence and Hostility: A Contribution to the Problem of National Antagonisms in Lodz in the Interwar Period JANUSZ WROBEL References to Polish-Jewish Co-existence in the Memoirs of Lodz Workers: A Linguistic Analysis MARIA KAMINSKA The Yung Yiddish (Young Yiddish) Group and Jewish Modern Art in Poland, 1918-1923 JERZY MALINOWSKI Yisroel Rabon and his Novel Di Gas (The Street) CHONE SHMERUK Tuwim as he was TAMARA KARREN Document Lodz Memories YEHIEL YESHAIA TRUNK Reviews REVIEW ESSAYS Shmuel Almog's Zionism and History YOSEF SALMON Requiem for the Jewish People: Polish Literary Judaica in the Years 1987-1989 NATAN GROSS BOOK REVIEWS Contributors
Size: 234 x 156 x 18 mm
1 map, 28 tables, and 4 plates
Publication: April 28, 2005
Series: Polin Studies in Polish Jewry 6