A History of East European Jews

A History of East European Jews

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Table of Contents

        List of Maps                               xi
Author's Preface xiii
PART I. POLAND AS A PLACE OF REFUGE FOR JEWS 1 (32)
The Polish Princes' Offer of Protection from 3 (30)
Persecution
The Opponents of the Jews 11 (4)
Economic Success 15 (3)
Social Structure and Self-administration of 18 (4)
the Jews
Learning and Culture 22 (5)
The Jews as Intermediaries between Town and 27 (3)
Country
A Golden Age for the Jews in Poland? 30 (3)
PART II. EAST EUROPEAN JEWRY AS A `CULTURAL 33 (66)
PATTERN OF LIFE' IN EASTERN EUROPE
The Catastrophe of 1648 35 (64)
The Consequences of the Catastrophe 39 (3)
The Kabbala 42 (5)
The Messiah in Poland: Shabtai Tsevi and 47 (4)
Jacob Frank
The Popular Piety of Hasidism 51 (5)
The Origins of the Ostjuden 56 (2)
The `Shtetl' 58 (3)
Contacts between Jews and Non-Jews: Jewish 61 (2)
Peddlers and Innkeepers
The Symbiosis Diminishes 63 (5)
Jews in the Partitions of Poland 68 (6)
The Reaction of the Jews to the New 74 (4)
Political, Intellectual, and Religious
Conditions
The Tsarist Empire and the Jews 78 (13)
East European Jews outside Tsarist Rule 91 (8)
PART III. THE CRISIS OF THE JEWS IN EASTERN 99 (106)
EUROPE A NEW IDENTITY
Transformation of the Traditional 101 (104)
Intermediary Function
`Expulsion' and `Restructuring' 106 (3)
Luftmenshn 109 (2)
Transformation of the Occupational 111 (6)
Structure and New Intermediary Activities
Competition to Oust Rivals from the Market 117 (2)
and Anti-Semitism
Haskala: The Jewish Enlightenment 119 (3)
Assimilation and Acculturation 122 (1)
`Necktied' and `Kaftaned' Jews 123 (2)
By Way of an Example: Jews in Warsaw and 125 (8)
Lodz
The Jewish Family 133 (2)
Men and Women in Jewish Society 135 (8)
Jewish Upbringing 143 (3)
Everyday Religious Customs 146 (10)
Synagogue and Community Organizations 156 (5)
Increasing Conflicts with the Non-Jewish 161 (1)
World
Socialism, Zionism, New Jewish Identity 162 (13)
Immigration as an Attempt to Find a New 175 (6)
Homeland
A Center of East European Jewry: Galicia 181 (9)
and Bukovina
A Positive Model with Contradictions: 190 (4)
Hungary
Different Attitudes to the Emancipation of 194 (4)
the Jews in Romania, Serbia, and Bulgaria
A `Ritual Murder': The Case of Bohemia and 198 (7)
Moravia
PART IV. ATTEMPTED ANNIHILATION AND NEW HOPE 205 (40)
The Jews in the Russian Revolution and in the 207 (38)
Soviet Union
East European Jewish Nationality and New 214 (14)
Waves of Anti-Semitism: The Jews in Poland
between the Two World Wars
A Precarious Situation in Individual East 228 (5)
European Countries
The Attempted Extermination of the Jews 233 (6)
The Jews in Postwar Poland: New Suffering 239 (6)
and New Hope
AFTERWORD: THE SIGNIFICANCE OF MEMORY 245 (6)
NOTES 251 (12)
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY 263 (8)
Bibliographies, Lexicons, and other Aids, 263 (1)
Periodicals
General Overviews and Comprehensive Works 264 (2)
Bibliography to Part I: Poland as a Place 266 (1)
of Refuge for Jews
Bibliography to Part II: The East European 266 (1)
Jewry as a `New Culture Pattern of Life' in
Eastern Europe
Bibliography to Part III: The Crisis of the 267 (2)
Jews in Eastern Europe a New Identity
Bibliography to Part IV: Attempted 269 (2)
Annihilation and New Hope
Index 271