Russian Jews on three continents: migration and resettlement

Noah Lewin-Epstein (Editor), Yaacov Ro'i (Editor), Paul Ritterband (Editor)

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Abstract

In the past twenty years almost three quarters of a million Russian Jews have emigrated to the West. Their presence in Israel, Europe and North America and their absence from Russia have left an indelible imprint on these societies. The emigrants themselves as well as those who stayed behind, are in a struggle to establish their own identities and to achieve social and economic security
In this volume an international assembly of experts historians, sociologists, demographers and politicians join forces in order to assess the nature and magnitude of the impact created by this emigration and to examine the fate of those Jews who left and those who remained. Their wide-ranging perspectives contribute to creating a variegated and complex picture of the recent Russian Jewish Emigration.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherF. Cass
Number of pages557
ISBN (Print)0714642762, 0714647268
StatePublished - 1997

Publication series

NameCummings Center series
PublisherF. Cass
ISSN (Print)1365-3733

ULI Keywords

  • uli
  • Immigrants -- Israel -- Social conditions
  • Jews -- Former Soviet republics -- Migrations
  • Jews -- Soviet Union -- Migrations
  • Jews, Russian -- Israel -- Social conditions
  • Jews, Russian -- United States -- Social conditions
  • Soviet Union -- Emigration and immigration
  • Soviet Union -- Ethnic relations

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