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Author: Zvi Gitelman
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Now back in print in a new edition! A Century of Ambivalence The Jews of Russia and the Soviet Union, 1881 to the Present Second, Expanded Edition Zvi Gitelman A richly illustrated survey of the Jewish historical experience in the Russian Empire, the Soviet Union, and the post-Soviet era. "Anyone with even a passing interest in the history of Russian Jewry will want to own this splendid... book." —Janet Hadda, Los Angeles Times "... a badly needed historical perspective on Soviet Jewry.... [Gitelman] is evenhanded in his treatment of various periods and themes, as well as in his overall evaluation of the Soviet Jewish experience.... A Century of Ambivalence is illuminated by an extraordinary collection of photographs that vividly reflect the hopes, triumphs and agonies of Russian Jewish life." —David E. Fishman, Hadassah Magazine "Wonderful pictures of famous personalities, unknown villagers, small hamlets, markets and communal structures combine with the text to create an uplifting [book] for a broad and general audience." —Alexander Orbach, Slavic Review "Gitelman’s text provides an important commentary and careful historic explanation.... His portrayal of the promise and disillusionment, hope and despair, intellectual restlessness succeeded by swift repression enlarges the reader’s understanding of the dynamic forces behind some of the most important movements in contemporary Jewish life." —Jane S. Gerber, Bergen Jewish News "... a lucid and reasonably objective popular history that expertly threads its way through the dizzying reversals of the Russian Jewish experience." —Village Voice A century ago the Russian Empire contained the largest Jewish community in the world, numbering about five million people. Today, the Jewish population of the former Soviet Union has dwindled to half a million, but remains probably the world’s third largest Jewish community. In the intervening century the Jews of that area have been at the center of some of the most dramatic events of modern history—two world wars, revolutions, pogroms, political liberation, repression, and the collapse of the USSR. They have gone through tumultuous upward and downward economic and social mobility and experienced great enthusiasms and profound disappointments. In startling photographs from the archives of the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research and with a lively and lucid narrative, A Century of Ambivalence traces the historical experience of Jews in Russia from a period of creativity and repression in the second half of the 19th century through the paradoxes posed by the post-Soviet era. This redesigned edition, which includes more than 200 photographs and two substantial new chapters on the fate of Jews and Judaism in the former Soviet Union, is ideal for general readers and classroom use. Zvi Gitelman is Professor of Political Science and Director of the Jean and Samuel Frankel Center for Judaic Studies at the University of Michigan. He is author of Jewish Nationality and Soviet Politics: The Jewish Sections of the CPSU, 1917–1930 and editor of Bitter Legacy: Confronting the Holocaust in the USSR (Indiana University Press). Published in association with YIVO Institute for Jewish Research Contents Introduction Creativity versus Repression: The Jews in Russia, 1881–1917 Revolution and the Ambiguities of Liberation Reaching for Utopia: Building Socialism and a New Jewish Culture The Holocaust The Black Years and the Gray, 1948–1967 Soviet Jews, 1967–1987: To Reform, Conform, or Leave? The "Other" Jews of the Former USSR: Georgian, Central Asian, and Mountain Jews The Post-Soviet Era: Winding Down or Starting Up Again? The Paradoxes of Post-Soviet Jewry
A CENTURY OF AMBIVALENCE THE JEWS OF RUSSIA AND THE SOVIET
UNION , 1881 TO THE PRESENT SECOND , EXPANDED EDITION ZVI
GITELMAN Published in association with YIVO Institute for Jewish Research ,
New York ...
Author: Zvi Gitelman
Publisher: Indiana University Press
A century ago the Russian Empire contained the largest Jewish community in the world, numbering about five million people. Today, the Jewish population of the former Soviet Union has dwindled to half a million, but remains probably the world's third largest Jewish community. In the intervening century the Jews of that area have been at the center of some of the most dramatic events of modern history -- two world wars, revolutions, pogroms, political liberation, repression, and the collapse of the USSR. They have gone through tumultuous upward and downward economic and social mobility and experienced great enthusiasms and profound disappointments. In startling photographs from the archives of the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research and with a lively and lucid narrative, A Century of Ambivalence traces the historical experience of Jews in Russia from a period of creativity and repression in the second half of the 19th century through the paradoxes posed by the post-Soviet era. This redesigned edition, which includes more than 200 photographs and two substantial new chapters on the fate of Jews and Judaism in the former Soviet Union, is ideal for general readers and classroom use.
Gitelman , Zvi 2001 : A century of Ambivalence . The Jews of Russia and the
Soviet Union , 1881 to the Present . Second , expanded edition , Bloomington ,
Indianapolis . Grüner , Frank 2006 : Die Tragödie von Babij Jar im sowjetischen ...
Author: Hans-Christian Petersen
Publisher: Peter Lang
Europe is expanding - and therewith remembers its historical basis, which was hidden beneath the shadow of the Cold War for a long time. This return of a common history which is mostly narrated as a history of success today, however contains the perception of transnational traditions at the same time which by contrast should give reason for a critical self-reflection. This volume gives an impulse through a comparative examination of the still highly actual forms of antisemitism in Europe. The focus will be on the developments in the countries from the Baltic States to South Eastern Europe, which usually are little known in Western Europe. At the same time, the specifities of antisemitism in Eastern Europe are incorporated in the theoretical insights of antisemitism research, thus filling a gap that has existed until now.
Zvi Gitelman , A Century of Ambivalence . The Jews of Russia and the Soviet
Union , 1881 to the Present , Second , Expanded Edition , Bloomington , Indiana
University Press , 2001 , pp 297 . Reviewed by Rouben Azizian . Zvi Gitelman ' s
... A Centuryof Ambivalence. The Jewsof Russiaandthe SovietUnion, 1881 tothe
Present, second expanded edition. Bloomington and ... (1976)Architects of
Yiddishism atthe Beginning ofthe Twentieth Century.AStudy in Jewish Cultural
Author: D. Katz
Category: Social Science
Yiddish and Power surveys the social, linguistic and intellectual history of the Yiddish language within the traditional civilisation of Jewish Ashkenaz in central, and then in eastern Europe, and its interaction with the surrounding non-Jewish culture. It explores the various ways in which Yiddish has empowered masses and served political agendas.
CHAPTER I Moral Opposition to Philip II in Pre - Lopean Drama As the Spanish
Empire expanded in the second half of the sixteenth century , King Philip II ' s
imperial policies began to change in a manner deemed by many to be immoral
Author: Aaron M. Kahn
Publisher: Peter Lang
Category: Literary Criticism
A new reading of Miguel de Cervantes' play 'La Destrucción de Numancia' (c. 1583), analysing the work in relation to theories of empire in 16th century Spain, in the context of plays written immediately before the rise in popularity of Lope de Vega and the comedia nueva, and the playwright's innovative use of dramatic techniques.
Although Second , Expanded Edition Deploying analytical tools drawn from in
1956 political prisoners began to be reZvi ... habilitated , their writings were
repressed Katerina Clark ' s pathbreaking study ex - A century ago the Russian
RUSSIA A Century of Ambivalence ( December 2000 , new expanded edition )
Zvi Gitelman A richly illustrated survey of the Jewish historical experience in the
Russian Empire , the Soviet Union , and the post - Soviet era . Life Has Become ...
A Raisin in the Sun ( Expanded Twenty - fifth Anniversary Edition ) and The Sign
in Sidney Brustein ' s Window . ... she was reading and thinking about Africa at a
young age ; second , early in her life she recognized that the image of Africa ... Ambivalence is the controlling force of Africanist discourse ” ( Miller 248 ) .
Author: Gale Research Company
Category: Literature, Modern
Excerpts from criticism of the works of novelists, poets, playwrights, and other creative writers, 1900-1960.
... times: Wherever the light of [true] Christianity suddenly went dim, the
metaphysical principles of the Christian faith followed. In the second half of the
nineteenth century, streams of [pagan] heresy expanded within [Christian]
nations of Europe ...
Author: Kevin P. Spicer
Examines the history of antisemitism in the European Christian churches
Author: Jeffrey C. AlexanderPublish On: 2004-09-20
Chapter 1 Mastering Ambivalence Neil Smelser as a Sociologist of Synthesis
Jeffrey C. Alexander , Gary T. Marx , and Christine L. Williams Future historians
will write about Neil Smelser as an iconic figure in twentieth - century sociology's second half . ... Smelser expanded his areas of research to include sociology ,
psychology , economics , and history at the same time that newly synthetic cross
Author: Jeffrey C. Alexander
Publisher: Univ of California Press
This is an exploration of the creative work done by leading sociologists who were inspired by the scholarship of Neil Smelser.
Second Edition , revised and enlarged with a new preface by the author .
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The New Representation : A Second Republic ? If ambivalence toward
government power is ... ambivalence . With each significant expansion of
government during the past century , there has been a crisis of public authority .
And each crisis ...
Author: Allyn and Bacon
Publisher: Pearson College Division
Category: Political Science
We asked American Government instructors across the country to vote for the ten things beyond the text that they believed every student should read. The top vote-getter in each category was put into this unique reader edited by Karen O'Connor. Free when v
In the 15th century, in the texts adopted by the various city councils, occurrences
of the word “Rialto” were not uncommon. Yet when designating the capital city,
that term tended to be supplanted by another, “Venice,” a word that, in the
singular, lost its ambivalence, captured as it were ... First on a local scale, and second on an expanded scale which in some cases saw the union of their history
with that of ...
The Companion to Venetian History, 1400-1797 provides a single volume overview of the most recent developments. It is organized thematically and covers a range of topics including political culture, economy, religion, gender, art, literature, music, and the environment. Each chapter provides a broad but comprehensive historical and historiographical overview of the current state and future directions of research.
The Ambivalence of History : Nostalgia Films Understood in the Post - Colonial
Context . ” Hong Kong Cultural Studies ... In Perspectives on Chinese Cinema , second and expanded edition , edited by Chris Berry . London : British Film ...
Routes : Travel and Translation in the Late Twentieth Century . Cambridge , Mass
Author: Yingjin Zhang
Publisher: University of Michigan Center for chinese
Category: Performing Arts
Yingjin Zhang guides the reader through the development of Chinese film criticism, pointing out that Western critics have studied a comparatively small number of films from a much larger body of work, often with a unidirectional Eurocentric bias. The result has been that the few have influenced the many, perpetuating a cycle of production of films from China that bow to the Western notion of "Chineseness." As a corrective, the author introduces readers to a much larger canon of film and proposes a multidirectional model of film studies, one that allows for a Western reading of Chinese film yet also recognizes Chinese cinema's own voice. Yingjin Zhang is Professor of Chinese Literature and Film, Comparative Literature, and Cultural Studies at University of California, San Diego.
Author: William Henry LazarethPublish On: 2001-01-01
The second is the more specialized theological focus of Rudolf Ohlig in Die Zwei-
Reiche.Lehre Luthers in der ... Jahrhundert (The Ambivalence of the Doctrine of
the Two Kingdoms in Lutheran Churches of the Twentieth Century, 1976), and
further internationally expanded in scope in Ulrich Duchrow, ed., Zwei Reiche
und Regimente: Ideologie oder Evangelische Orientierung? (Lutheran Churches:
Author: William Henry Lazareth
Publisher: Fortress Press
"This user-friendly, informative historical theology also challenges contemporary Christians at affirm common biblical ground for theological ethics and to facilitate more public social witness."--BOOK JACKET.
in Egypt by the second half of the eighteenth century, the Greek community there
developed after the third decade of the nineteenth century, when ... Similarly, the
networks of Greek diaspora in the eighteenth and the nineteenth centuries expanded in the Russian Empire. ... forms of political legitimacy generated crucial
questions and points of ambivalence that haunted political debates for many
Author: Melvin Ember
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Category: Social Science
Immigration is a topic that is as important among anthropologists as it is the general public. Almost every culture has experienced adaptation and assimilation when immigrating to a new country and culture; usually leaving for what is perceived as a "better life". Not only does this diaspora change the country of adoption, but also the country of origin. Many large nations in the world have absorbed, and continue to absorb, large numbers of immigrants. The foreseeable future will see a continuation of large-scale immigration, as many countries experience civil war and secessionist pressures. Currently, there is no reference work that describes the impact upon the immigrants and the immigrant societies relevant to the world's cultures and provides an overview of important topics in the world's diasporas. The encyclopedia consists of two volumes covering three main sections: Diaspora Overviews covers over 20 ethnic groups that have experienced voluntary or forced immigration. These essays discuss the history behind the social, economic, and political reasons for leaving the original countries, and the cultures in the new places; Topics discusses the impact and assimilation that the immigrant cultures experience in their adopted cultures, including the arts they bring, the struggles they face, and some of the cities that are in the forefront of receiving immigrant cultures; Diaspora Communities include over 60 portraits of specific diaspora communities. Each portrait follows a standard outline to facilitate comparisons. The Encyclopedia of Diasporas can be used both to gain a general understanding of immigration and immigrants, and to find out about particular cultures, topics and communities. It will prove of great value to researchers and students, curriculum developers, teachers, and government officials. It brings together the disciplines of anthropology, social studies, political studies, international studies, and immigrant and immigration studies.