New directions in the history of the Jews in the Polish lands / edited by Antony Polonsky, Hanna Wegrzynek, and Andrzej Zbikowski. (Text)Call no.: DS134.53 .N49 2018Series: Jews of Poland: Publication: Brighton, Mass. : Academic Studies Press ; POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews, 2018Description: lxviii, 501 p. : illISBN: 9788394426293 (hbk.); 8394426298Subject(s): Jews -- Poland -- History -- CongressesMuseums -- Educational aspects -- Poland -- CongressesPoland -- Ethnic relations -- CongressesLOC classification: DS134.53 | .N49 2018
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Something old, something new: creating the narrative for the Early Modern galleries / Adam Teller -- The nineteenth-century gallery / Sam Kassow -- The interwar gallery / Sam Kassow -- Curatorial and educational challenges in creating the Holocaust gallery / Maria Ferenc-Piotrowska, Kamila Radecka-Mikulicz, Justyna Majewska -- Assumptions behind the postwar gallery of the core exhibition at POLIN / Stanislaw Krajewski -- Polish-Jewish historiography 1970-2015: construction, consensus, controversy / Moshe Rosman -- POLIN, the medieval and Early Modern galleries: a comment / Kenneth Stow -- Modernism and identity: Polish Jews facing change in the nineteenth century / Tomasz Kizwalter -- Hasidism in the museum: the social history perspective / David Assaf -- What's in, what's out: a critique of the interwar gallery / Michael Steinlauf -- The truth and nothing but: the Holocaust gallery of the Warsaw Polin museum in context / Omer Bartov -- Perspectives: a Lithuanian visit to the POLIN museum Holocaust gallery / Saulius Sutiedelis -- POLIN: a bildungsroman / Marci Shore -- A historian's response: comments on the postwar gallery / Andrzej Paczkowski -- Jewish tourism to Poland: the opportunities for new museum narratives to recontextualize Jewish histories / Jonathan Webber -- Jewish museums in Moscow / Victoria Mochalova -- The challenges of new work in history and education about the Holocaust in Poland / Jolanta Ambrosewicz-Jacobs -- Did the Polish nobility take seriously the teaching of the Catholic Church? reflections on the relations between the nobility, the church, and the Jews / Adam Kaimierczyk -- Relations between Jews and Non-Jews in the Polish-Lithuanian commonwealth: perceptions and practices / Jurgen Heyde -- Agreements between towns and kahals and their impact on the legal status of Polish Jews / Hanna Wegrzynek -- The role and significance of the Jews in the economy of the Polish-Lithuanian commonwealth: the state of research and research directions / Jacek Wijaczka -- Reassessment of the Jewish poll-tax assessment lists from eighteenth-century crown of Poland / Judith Kalik -- Frankism: the history of Jacob Frank or of the Frankists / Jan Doktor -- Modern times polish style? orthodoxy, enlightenment, and patriotism /·Israel Bartal -- Jew-hatred and anti-Jewish violence in the former lands of the Polish-Lithuanian commonwealth during the long nineteenth century / Darius Staliunas -- Those who stayed: women and Jewish traditionalism in East Central Europe / Glenn Dynner -- Pauline Wengeroff: between tradition and modernity, east and west / Shulamit Magnus -- One Jewish street? reflections on unity and disunity in Interwar Polish Jewry / Gershon Bacon -- Not just Maly Przeglad: the ideals and educational values expressed in Jewish Polish-language journals for children and young adults / Anna Landau-Czajka -- Legitimizing the revolution: Sarah Schenirer and the rhetoric of Torah study for girls / Naomi Seidman -- Contested Jewish Polishness: language and health as markers for the position of Jews in Polish culture and society in the interwar period / Katrin Steffen -- Historiography on the Holocaust in Poland: an outsider's view of its place within recent general developments in Holocaust historiography / Dan Michman -- The dispute over the status of a witness to the Holocaust: some observations on how research into the destruction of the Polish Jews and into Polish-Jewish relations during the years of Nazi occupation has changed since 1989 / Andrzej Zbikowski -- Beyond national identities: new challenges in writing the history of the Holocaust in Poland and Israel / Daniel Blatman -- Violence against Jews in Poland, 1944-47: the state of research and its presentation / Grzegorz Berendt -- The Jews and the "disavowed soldiers" / August Grabski -- In or out? identities and images of Poland among Polish Jews in the postwar years / Audrey Kichelewski.
"This volume is made up of essays in first presented as papers at the conference held in May 2015 at the POLIN museum of the history of Polish Jews in Warsaw is divided into two sections. The first deals with museological questions--the voices of the curators, comments on the museum and discussions of museums and education. The second examines the current state of the historiography of the Jews on the Polish lands from the first Jewish settlement to the present-day. Making use of the leading scholars in the field from Poland, Western Europe, North America and Israel, the volume provides a definitive overview of the history and culture of one of the most important communities in the long history of the Jewish people"--