|Polonsky, Antony (ed.)|
Polin Volume 6
A Journal of Polish-Jewish Studies
1. Edition March 1992
1992. 360 Pages, Hardcover
ISBN 978-0-631-18167-5 - John Wiley & Sons
Now in its sixth year of publication, Polin is rapidly emerging as a leading forum for authoritative historical and cultural material on Polish and east European Jewry. Each volume contains articles representing original research, often including previously unpublished documents. Each issue also features an extensive review essay section and a forum for the exchange of ideas and views between authors. Polin is essential reading not only for all those working in Jewish studies, but also for those involved in Slavonic and Eastern European studies. This year's volume traces the history of the Jews in Lodz 1820-1939.
From the contents
Jews in Lodz 1820-1939:.
1. The Development of the City of Lodz (1820-1939): Wieslaw Pus.
2. The National Structure of the Population in Lodz in the Years 1820-1939: Julian Janczak.
3. The Role of the Jewish Community in the Organization of Urban Space in Lodz: Stanislaw Liszewski.
4. The National Structure of Industrialists in Lodz before 1914: Stefan Paytlas.
5. A Great Polish Capitalist Fortune: Kazimierz Badziak.
6. The Jewish Community in Lodz: Pawel Sanmus.
7. The Emergence of the Yiddish Press in Lodz (1904-1918): Leszek Olejnik.
8. Sources for the History of the Jews in Lodz in the Years 1918-1939: Jacek Walicki.
9. Aspects of Jewish Self-government in Lodz: Robert Shapiro.
10. The Multi-national Character of Lodz as reflected in Parliamentary and Local Government Elections 1918-1939: Barbara Wachowska.
11. Jews in Lodz in 1931 according to Statistics: Jerzy Tomaszewski.
12. Between Co-existence and Hostility: Janusz Wrobel.
13. Reflections of Polish-Jewish Co-existence in Lodz in Workers Memoirs: Maria Kaminska.
14. The Yung Yiddish Group and Jewish Modern Art in Poland 1918-1923: Jerzy Malinowski.
15. Yisrael Rabon and his novel Di Gas (The Street): Chone Shmeruk.
16. Tuwim as he was: Tamara Karren.
17. In a Brief History of the Jews in Royal Prussia before 1772: Zenon Nowak.
18. Johann Anton Krieger: Emanuel Ringelblum.
19. The Polonization of the Jews in Krakow: Jacek Purchla.
20. From the Ghetto to Modern Culture: The Autobiographies of Salomon Marmon and Jakob Fromer: Ritchie Robertson.
21. Jan Czynski and the Question of Equal Rights for all Religious Denominations in Poland: Adam Galkowski.
22. Adam Mickiewicz's 'Forty and Four' or the Dangers of Playing with Kabbalahs: Joanna Rostropowicz Clark.
23. Gender Differentiation and Education of the Jewish Woman in Nineteenth Century Eastern Europe: Shaul Stampfer.
24. Vox Populi, Vox dei: The Centrality of Peretz in Jewish Folkloritics: Mark W. Kiel.
25. The Linas-Hatsedek Charitable Fraternity in Bialystok 1885-1939: Tomasz Wisniewski.
26. The Jewish Press in Krakow: Czeslaw Brzoza.
27. Ritual Slaughter as a Political Issue: Szymon Rudnicki.
28. Britain and the Jewish Exodus from Poland following the Second World War: Arieh Kochavi.
29. Careers and Visions: Jewish Communists in post-war Poland: Jaff Schatz.
30. Henryck Grynberg calls Poland to Account: Jozef Wrobel.
31. Lodz Memories: Yehiel Yeshaia Trunk.
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32. Three Ghetto Sketches: Marek Gronski.
33. The Alphabetical List of Payers of the Communal Tax in Warsaw in 1912 Joanna Hensel Liwszicowa.
34. The Activities of the Democratic Societies and Democratic Party in Defending Jewish Rights in Poland on the Eve of Hitler's Invasion: Aharon Weiss.
35. A Peaceable Community at Work: The Hevra of Nasielsk: Ross Kessel.