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Recent Content

TOC: New issue of Contemporary Jewry (vol. 34, issue 3)

We are pleased to announce the latest issue of Contemporary

Jewry (Vol. 34, Issue 3) is available online. The Table of Contents for this

issue can be found below. The articles are available for download at 

http://link.springer.com/journal/12397/34/3/page/1

Please note that subscribers to CJ are entitled to read the

full-text articles online in SpringerLink. Anyone can access the most

downloaded articles of the journal for free.

TOC: POLIN 27: Jews in the Kingdom of Poland, 1815–1918

Announcing the new issue of POLIN: Studies in Polish Jewry, Volume 27

Jews in the Kingdom of Poland, 1815–1918
Edited by Glenn Dynner, Antony Polonsky & Marcin Wodziński

PART I: Jews in the Kingdom of Poland, 1815–1918

The Kingdom of Poland and her Jews: Introduction
GLENN DYNNER & MARCIN WODZIŃSKI

Jews in the in the Discourses of the Polish Enlightenment
RICHARD BUTTERWICK-PAWLIKOWSKI

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