Jews and their neighbours in Eastern Europe since 1750

Israel Bartal (Editor), Antony Polonsky (Editor), Scott Ury (Editor)

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Relations between Jews and their neighbours in eastern Europe have long been perceived, both in the popular mind and in conventional scholarship, as being in a permanent state of conflict. This volume counters that image by exploring long-neglected aspects of inter-group interaction and exchange. In so doing it broadens our understanding of Jewish history and culture, as well as that of eastern Europe.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationOxford ; Portland, Or.
PublisherThe Littman Library of Jewish Civilization
Number of pages450
ISBN (Print)9781904113911, 9781904113928
StatePublished - 2012

Publication series

NamePolin : studies in Polish Jewry
PublisherLittman Library of Jewish Civilization
Volumev. 24


  • Jews -- Europe
  • Eastern -- History -- 20th century
  • Eastern -- History -- 19th century
  • Jewish way of life -- History
  • Eastern -- Social life and customs
  • יהודים -- אירופה המזרחית -- הווי ומנהגים
  • אורחות חיים יהודיים -- היסטוריה
  • יהודים -- אירופה המזרחית -- היסטוריה -- המאה ה-19
  • יהודים -- אירופה המזרחית -- היסטוריה -- המאה ה-20

ULI Keywords

  • uli
  • Jews -- Civilization
  • Jews -- Europe, Eastern
  • Jews -- Poland
  • Civilization, Jewish
  • Jewish civilization


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