Studia Judaica Special Issue | Revolution, Violence, and the Jews of the Russian Empire, 1904–1907

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We are pleased to anounce the new special issue of 'Studia Judaica':

 

STUDIA JUDAICA VOL. 20 (2017) NO. 1 (39)

REVOLUTION, VIOLENCE, AND THE JEWS OF THE RUSSIAN EMPIRE, 1904–1907

 

Guest Editors:

Artur Markowski, University of Warsaw and

Scott Ury, Tel Aviv University

 

Table of Contents:

Scott Ury: The Jews of the Russian Empire in a Time of Revolution and Violence, 1904–1907:  An Introduction

Piotr Laskowski: Revolution in a Shtetl: Literary Image and Historical Representation

Scott Ury: Fear and Loathing on the Streets of Warsaw: Violence, Revolution, and the Rise of Political Antisemitism (in Polish)

Inna Shtakser: Localized Working-Class Political Violence in Russia’s Pale of Settlement, 1906–1907

Brian Horowitz: Vladimir Jabotinsky: A Zionist Activist on the Rise, 1905–1906

Małgorzata Domagalska: “This Is All Their Fault...”: The Rola Weekly and the Revolution (in Polish) 

 

SOURCES

Artur Markowski: Anti-Pogrom Loyalists, Modernizers or Defenders of the People? An Anonymous Letter to the General-Governor of Vilna from 1903

Ela Bauer: St. Petersburg 1905: The Impressions of a Polish-Jewish Journalist 

 

REVIEWS 

Alex Valdman: Inna Shtakser, The Making of Jewish Revolutionaries in the Pale of Settlement:  Community and Identity during the Russian Revolution and Its Immediate Aftermath, 1905–07

Artur Markowski: Darius Staliūnas, Enemies for a Day: Antisemitism and Anti-Jewish Violence in Lithuania under the Tsars

Inna Shtakser: Robert Weinberg, Blood Libel in Late Imperial Russia: The Ritual Murder Trial of Mendel Beilis

 

Link:  http://www.ejournals.eu/SJ/zakladka/305/#tabs