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anti jewish violence rethinking the pogrom in east - anti jewish violence rethinking the pogrom in east european history jonathan dekel chen david gaunt natan m meir israel bartal on amazon com free shipping on qualifying offers although overshadowed in historical memory by the holocaust the anti jewish pogroms of the late 19th and early 20th centuries were at the time unrivaled episodes of ethnic violence, anti jewish violence rethinking the pogrom in east - incorporating newly available primary sources this collection of groundbreaking essays by researchers from europe the united states and israel investigates the phenomenon of anti jewish violence the local and transnational responses to pogroms and instances where violence was averted, anti jewish violence rethinking the pogrom in east - what s in a pogrom european jews in the age of violence engel explicitly discusses the pogrom not as a preexisting natural category but as a category of analysis p 21 4 pogroms anti jewish violence in modern russian history ed john d klier and shlomo lambroza, anti jewish violence rethinking the pogrom in east - incorporating newly available primary sources this collection of groundbreaking essays by researchers from europe the united states and israel investigates the phenomenon of anti jewish violence the local and transnational responses to pogroms and instances where violence was averted, anti jewish violence rethinking the pogrom in east - klier inspired many scholars to question the prevailing assumptions about the connection between the russian regime and pogroms thereby challenging the dominant national narratives of eastern european jewish culture and memory on the issue of russian anti jewish violence, anti jewish violence indiana university press - 2 1915 and the war pogrom paradigm in the russian empire eric lohr 3 the role of personality in the first 1914 n 1915 russian occupation of galicia and bukovina peter holquist 4 freedom shortages violence the origins of the revolutionary anti jewish pogrom in russia 1917 n 1918 vladimir p buldakov part 2 responses to pogroms 5, anti jewish violence rethinking the pogrom in east - anti jewish violence rethinking the pogrom in east european history edited by jonathan dekel chen david gaunt natan m meir israel bartal indiana university press bloomington and indianapolis, anti jewish violence rethinking the pogrom in east - rethinking the pogrom in east european history aims at revisiting the older historiographic orthodoxy of the pogrom paradigm that treated pogroms of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries