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100 1  Haumann, Heiko,|d1945- 
240 10 Geschichte der Ostjuden.|lEnglish 
245 12 A history of East European Jews /|cby Heiko Haumann. 
260    Budapest ;|aNew York :|bCentral European University Press,
       |c2002. 
300    1 online resource (xvi, 281 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 251-270) and 
       index. 
505 00 |gPART I. POLAND AS A PLACE OF REFUGE FOR JEWS --|tPolish 
       Princes' offer of protection from persectution --
       |tOpponents of the Jews --|tEconomic success --|tSocial 
       structure and self-administration of the Jews --|tLearning
       and culture --|tJews as intermediaries between town and 
       country --|tGolden age for the Jews in Poland? --|gPART 
       II. EAST EUROPEAN JEWRY AS A 'CULTURAL PATTERN OF LIFE' IN
       EASTERN EUROPE --|tCatastrophe of 1648 --|tConsequences of
       the catastrophe --|tKabbala --|tMessiah in Poland: Shabtai
       Tsevi and Jacob Frank --|tPopular piety of Hasidism --
       |tOrigins of the Ostjuden --|t'Shtetl' --|tContacts 
       between Jews and non-Jews: Jewish peddlers and innkeepers 
       --|tSymbiosis diminishes --|tJews in the partitions of 
       Poland --|tReaction of the Jews to the new political, 
       intellectual, and religious conditions --|tTsarist empire 
       and the Jews --|tEast European Jews outside Tsarist rule -
       -|gPART III. THE CRISIS OF THE JEWS IN EASTERN EUROPE A 
       NEW IDENTITY --|tTransformation of the traditional 
       intermediary function --|t'Expulsion' and 'restructuring' 
       --|tLuftmenshn --|tTransformation of the occupational 
       structure and new intermediary activities --|tCompetition 
       to oust rivals from the market and anti-Semitism --
       |tHaskala: the Jewish enlightenment --|tAssimilation and 
       acculturation --|t'Necktied' and 'kaftaned' Jews --|tBy 
       way of an example: Jews in Warsaw and Łódź --|tJewish 
       family --|tMen and women in Jewish society --|tJewish 
       upbringing --|tEveryday religious customs --|tSynagogue 
       and community organizations --|tIncreasing conflicts with 
       the non-Jewish world --|tSocialism, Zionism, new Jewish 
       identity --|tImmigration as an attempt to find a new 
       homeland --|tCenter of East European Jewry: Galicia and 
       Bukovina --|tPositive model with contradictions: Hungary -
       -|tDifferent attitudes to the emancipation of the Jews in 
       Romania, Serbia, and Bulgaria --|t'Ritual murder': the 
       case of Bohemia and Moravia --|gPART IV. ATTEMPTED 
       ANNIHILATION AND NEW HOPE --|tJews in the Russian 
       Revolution and in the Soviet Union --|tEast European 
       Jewish nationality and new waves of anti-Semitism: the 
       Jews in Poland between the two world wars --|tPrecarious 
       situation in individual East European countries --
       |tAttempted extermination of the Jews --|tJews in postwar 
       Poland: new suffering and new hope --|tAFTERWORD: THE 
       SIGNIFICANCE OF MEMORY. 
520 8  Presents a history of East European Jewry from its 
       beginnings to the period after the Holocaust. It gives an 
       overview of the demographic, political, socio-economic, 
       religious and cultural conditions of Jewish communities in
       Poland, Russia, Bohemia and Moravia. Interesting themes 
       include the story of early settlers, the 'Golden Age', the
       influence of the Kabbalah and Hasidism. Vivid portraits of
       Jewish family life and religious customs make the book 
       enjoyable to read. 
588 0  Print version record. 
590    eBooks on EBSCOhost|bEBSCO eBook Subscription Academic 
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650  0 Jews|zEurope, Eastern|xHistory. 
651  0 Europe, Eastern|xHistory. 
651  0 Europe, Eastern|xEthnic relations. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
655  7 History|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01411628 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aHaumann, Heiko, 1945-|sGeschichte der 
       Ostjuden. English.|tHistory of East European Jews.
       |dBudapest ; New York : Central European University Press,
       2002|z9639241377|z9639241261|w(DLC)  2002000999
       |w(OCoLC)48920927 
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