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The Resource History of East European Jews

History of East European Jews

Label
History of East European Jews
Title
History of East European Jews
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
EBLCP
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Haumann, Heiko
Dewey number
947/.004924
Index
no index present
LC call number
DS135.E8 -- H3813 2002eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Jews
  • Europe, Eastern
  • Europe, Eastern
  • Ethnic relations
  • Jews
  • Europe, Eastern
Label
History of East European Jews
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Title Page; Table of Contents; List of Maps; Author's Preface; Part I. Poland as a Place of Refuge for Jews; The Polish Princes' Offer of Protection from Persecution; The Opponents of the Jews; Economic Success; Social Structure and Self-administration of the Jews; Learning and Culture; The Jews as Intermediaries between Town and Country; A Golden Age for the Jews in Poland?; Part II. East European Jewry as a 'Cultural Pattern of Life' in Eastern Europe; The Catastrophe of 1648; The Consequences of the Catastrophe; The Kabbala; The Messiah in Poland: Shabtai Tsevi and Jacob Frank
  • The Popular Piety of HasidismThe Origins of the Ostjuden; The 'Shtetl'; Contacts between Jews and Non-Jews: Jewish Peddlers and Innkeepers; The Symbiosis Diminishes; Jews in the Partitions of Poland; The Reaction of the Jews to the New Political, Intellectual, and Religious Conditions; The Tsarist Empire and the Jews; East European Jews outside Tsarist Rule; Part III. The Crisis of the Jews in Eastern Europe and a New Identity; Transformation of the Traditional Intermediary Function; 'Expulsion' and 'Restructuring'; Luftmenshn
  • Transformation of the Occupational Structure and New Intermediary ActivitiesCompetition to Oust Rivals from the Market and Anti-Semitism; Haskala: The Jewish Enlightenment; Assimilation and Acculturation; 'Necktied' and 'Kaftaned' Jews; By Way of an Example: Jews in Warsaw and Łódź; The Jewish Family; Men and Women in Jewish Society; Jewish Upbringing; Everyday Religious Customs; Synagogue and Community Organizations; Increasing Conflicts with the Non-Jewish World; Socialism, Zionism, New Jewish Identity; Immigration as an Attempt to Find a New Homeland
  • A Center of East European Jewry: Galicia and BukovinaA Positive Model with Contradictions: Hungary; Different Attitudes to the Emancipation of the Jews in Romania, Serbia, and Bulgaria; A 'Ritual Murder': The Case of Bohemia and Moravia; Part IV. Attempted Annihilation and New Hope; The Jews in the Russian Revolution and in the Soviet Union; East European Jewish Nationality and New Waves of Anti-Semitism: The Jews in Poland between the Two World Wars; A Precarious Situation in Individual East European Countries; The Attempted Extermination of the Jews
  • The Jews in Postwar Poland: New Suffering and New HopeAfterword: The Significance of Memory; Notes; Selected Bibliography; Bibliographies, Lexicons, and other Aids, Periodicals; General Overviews and Comprehensive Works; Bibliography to Part I: Poland as a Place of Refuge for Jews; Bibliography to Part II: The East European Jewry as a 'New Cultural Pattern of Life' in Eastern Europe; Bibliography to Part III: The Crisis of the Jews in Eastern Europe and a New Identity; Bibliography to Part IV: Attempted Annihilation and New Hope; Index
Control code
939263426
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (305 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789639241374
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)939263426
Label
History of East European Jews
Publication
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Title Page; Table of Contents; List of Maps; Author's Preface; Part I. Poland as a Place of Refuge for Jews; The Polish Princes' Offer of Protection from Persecution; The Opponents of the Jews; Economic Success; Social Structure and Self-administration of the Jews; Learning and Culture; The Jews as Intermediaries between Town and Country; A Golden Age for the Jews in Poland?; Part II. East European Jewry as a 'Cultural Pattern of Life' in Eastern Europe; The Catastrophe of 1648; The Consequences of the Catastrophe; The Kabbala; The Messiah in Poland: Shabtai Tsevi and Jacob Frank
  • The Popular Piety of HasidismThe Origins of the Ostjuden; The 'Shtetl'; Contacts between Jews and Non-Jews: Jewish Peddlers and Innkeepers; The Symbiosis Diminishes; Jews in the Partitions of Poland; The Reaction of the Jews to the New Political, Intellectual, and Religious Conditions; The Tsarist Empire and the Jews; East European Jews outside Tsarist Rule; Part III. The Crisis of the Jews in Eastern Europe and a New Identity; Transformation of the Traditional Intermediary Function; 'Expulsion' and 'Restructuring'; Luftmenshn
  • Transformation of the Occupational Structure and New Intermediary ActivitiesCompetition to Oust Rivals from the Market and Anti-Semitism; Haskala: The Jewish Enlightenment; Assimilation and Acculturation; 'Necktied' and 'Kaftaned' Jews; By Way of an Example: Jews in Warsaw and Łódź; The Jewish Family; Men and Women in Jewish Society; Jewish Upbringing; Everyday Religious Customs; Synagogue and Community Organizations; Increasing Conflicts with the Non-Jewish World; Socialism, Zionism, New Jewish Identity; Immigration as an Attempt to Find a New Homeland
  • A Center of East European Jewry: Galicia and BukovinaA Positive Model with Contradictions: Hungary; Different Attitudes to the Emancipation of the Jews in Romania, Serbia, and Bulgaria; A 'Ritual Murder': The Case of Bohemia and Moravia; Part IV. Attempted Annihilation and New Hope; The Jews in the Russian Revolution and in the Soviet Union; East European Jewish Nationality and New Waves of Anti-Semitism: The Jews in Poland between the Two World Wars; A Precarious Situation in Individual East European Countries; The Attempted Extermination of the Jews
  • The Jews in Postwar Poland: New Suffering and New HopeAfterword: The Significance of Memory; Notes; Selected Bibliography; Bibliographies, Lexicons, and other Aids, Periodicals; General Overviews and Comprehensive Works; Bibliography to Part I: Poland as a Place of Refuge for Jews; Bibliography to Part II: The East European Jewry as a 'New Cultural Pattern of Life' in Eastern Europe; Bibliography to Part III: The Crisis of the Jews in Eastern Europe and a New Identity; Bibliography to Part IV: Attempted Annihilation and New Hope; Index
Control code
939263426
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (305 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789639241374
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)939263426

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