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The Russian-Jewish Tradition: Intellectuals, Historians, Revolutionaries

Brian Horowitz ; introduction by William Craft Brumfield
Format
Book
Published
Brighton, MA : Academic Studies Press, 2017.
Language
English
Series
Jews of Russia & Eastern Europe and Their Legacy
ISBN
9781618115560, 1618115561, 9781618115577
Contents
  • Part I: Russian-Jewish historians and historiography.
  • 1. The return of the ḥeder among Russian-Jewish education experts, 1840-1917
  • 2. 'Building a fragile edifice': a history of Russian-Jewish historical institutions, 1860-1914
  • 3. Myths and counter-myths about Odessa's Jewish intelligentsia during the late Tsarist period
  • 4. Saul Borovoi's survival: an Odessa tale about a Jewish historian in Soviet times
  • 5. The ideological challenges of S.M. Dubnov in emigration: Autonomism and Zionism, Europe and Palestine
  • Part II: Russian-Jewish intelligentsia's cultural vibrancy
  • 6. Semyon An-sky-dialogic writer
  • 7. Russian-Jewish writers face pogroms, 1880-1914
  • 8. M.O. Gershenzon, Alexander Pushkin, the Bible, and the flaws of Jewish nationalism
  • 9. Battling for self-definition in Soviet literature: Boris Eikhenbaum's Jewish question
  • 10. Vladimir Jabotinsky and the mystique of 1905
  • 11. Vladimir Jabotinsky and violence
  • Part III: Jewish heritage in Russian perception
  • 12. Vladimir Solov'ev and the Jews: a view from today
  • 13. Fear and stereotyping: Vasily Rozanov and Jewish menace.
Description
vii, 282 pages ; 25 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (pages 233-274) and index.
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