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A treasure-trove for scholars of modern Jewry trying to understand how east European Jews saw themselves as they struggled with the concept of national identity. This volume examines the relationship between the writing of Jewish history and of non-Jewish history, while also exposing the tension between the study of the Jewish past in a communal setting and in a wider, regional setting.
|Autor||ed. N. Aleksiun, B. Horowitz, A. Polonsky|