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The Jews of Eastern Europe
Edited by Leonard J. Greenspoon, Ronald A. Simkins, and Brian J. Horowitz. Omaha: Creighton University Press, 2005.
Abraham Greenbaum: "The Russian Rabbinate under the Czars"
Brian Horowitz: "The Image of Russian Jews in Russian-Jewish Historiography, 1860-1914"
Seth L. Wolitz: "The Ashkenazic Gaze: Creating the Jewish Art Book"
Alina Orlov: "Beyond 'Jewish Luck': The Institutional Context of Early Russian-Jewish Art"
Elizabeth Loentz: "Karl Emil Franzos and Bertha Papenheim's Portraits of the (Eastern European Jewish) Artists"
Susan M. Filler: "The Politics and Priorities of Jewish Music Publishing in Eastern Europe"
Richard S. Esbenshade: "The Radical Assimilated: Hungarian 'Urbanists' and Jewish Identity in the 1930s"
Theodore R. Weeks: "The Transformation of Jewish Vilna, 1881-1939"
Gary Rosenshield: "Russian Literature and Jewish Death"
Jeffrey Veidlinger: "'...even beyond Pinsk': Yizke Bikher [Memorial Books] and Jewish Cultural Life in the Shtetl"
Harriet Murav: "New Jews: David Bergelson and Birobidzhan"
Andrey Bredstein: "Nokhem-Meyer Shaykevitsch: Another Classic of Yiddish Theater"
John D. Klier: "From 'Little Man' to 'Milkman': Does Jewish Art Reflect Jewish Life?"
Rebecca Kobrin: "The Politics of Philanthropy: Migration, Emigration, and the Transformation of Jewish Communal Governance in Bialystok, 1885-1939"
Eliyana R. Adler: "Enlightened Self-Interest: The Men and Women Who Opened Schools for Jewish Girls in Late Imperial Russia"
Joshua Shanes: "The Transformation of Zionist Religious Rhetoric as Seen Through Its Yiddish-Language Propaganda: The Case of Galicia"
Abraham P. Socher: "Aristotle & the Ostjuden: Philosophical Thought Among the first Generations of Eastern European Maskilim"
Howard Lupovitch: "Searching for 'Catholic Israel' in Focsani: Solomon Schechter's Childhood in Romania"
Zev Garber: "Language Violence: Auschwitz Convent Controversy"
Steven Weiland: "Coming into Their Inheritance: Jewish-American Autobiographers Encounter Eastern Europe"