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304 pages : illustrations, genealogical table ; 25 cm
  • Circle of disquiet
  • Bones in the forest
  • Gin and two
  • In the barrel
  • Château Michel
  • Picnic in a cemetery
  • Patient number 9413
  • Jews in a whisper
  • Madness in the brain
  • The lark sings and falls
  • Death in the Holy Land
  • The ghosts of repetition
  • A single chain.
Award-winning New York Times columnist Roger Cohen turns a compassionate yet discerning eye on the legacy of his own forebears. As he follows them across continents and decades, mapping individual lives that diverge and intertwine, vital patterns of struggle and resilience, valued heritage and evolving loyalties (religious, ethnic, national), converge into a resonant portrait of cultural identity in the modern age. Beginning in the nineteenth century and continuing through to the present day, Cohen tracks his family's story of repeated upheaval, from Lithuania to South Africa, and then to England, the United States, and Israel. It is a tale of otherness marked by overt and latent anti-Semitism, but also otherness as a sense of inheritance. We see Cohen's family members grow roots in each adopted homeland even as they struggle to overcome the loss of what is left behind and to adapt. At the heart of The Girl from Human Street is the powerful and touching relationship between Cohen and his mother, that "girl." Tortured by the upheavals in her life yet stoic in her struggle, she embodies her son's complex inheritance.--From publisher description.
  • Circle of disquiet
  • Bones in the forest
  • Gin and two
  • In the barrel
  • Château Michel
  • Picnic in a cemetery
  • Patient number 9413
  • Jews in a whisper
  • Madness in the brain
  • The lark sings and falls
  • Death in the Holy Land
  • The ghosts of repetition
  • A single chain.
Award-winning New York Times columnist Roger Cohen turns a compassionate yet discerning eye on the legacy of his own forebears. As he follows them across continents and decades, mapping individual lives that diverge and intertwine, vital patterns of struggle and resilience, valued heritage and evolving loyalties (religious, ethnic, national), converge into a resonant portrait of cultural identity in the modern age. Beginning in the nineteenth century and continuing through to the present day, Cohen tracks his family's story of repeated upheaval, from Lithuania to South Africa, and then to England, the United States, and Israel. It is a tale of otherness marked by overt and latent anti-Semitism, but also otherness as a sense of inheritance. We see Cohen's family members grow roots in each adopted homeland even as they struggle to overcome the loss of what is left behind and to adapt. At the heart of The Girl from Human Street is the powerful and touching relationship between Cohen and his mother, that "girl." Tortured by the upheavals in her life yet stoic in her struggle, she embodies her son's complex inheritance.--From publisher description.
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xi, 317 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction 1. Soviet Propaganda and Nationalist Reappropriation 2. Exigencies of Tradition 3. Catholic Enchantment and Discontent 4. Time-Spaces of a Reordered City 5. "Until You Grope the Ground": Food, Drink, and Modern Things Post-Socialist Scriptum Glossary of Frequently Cited Words and Phrases.
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In The Land of Weddings and Rain, Gediminas Lankauskas examines the components of the contemporary urban wedding - religious and civil ceremonies, "traditional" imagery and practices, and the conspicuous consumption of domestic and imported goods - in the context of the Western-style modernization of post-socialist Lithuania. Studying the tensions between "tradition" and "modernity" that surround this important ritual event, Lankauskas highlights the ways in which nationalism serves to negotiate the impact of modernity in the aftermath of state socialism's collapse. His analysis also shows the importance of consumption and commodification to Lithuania's ongoing "Westernization." Based on more than a decade of ethnographic research, The Land of Weddings and Rain is a fascinating account of the tensions - between national and transnational, East and West, and old and new - that shape life in post-socialist Eastern Europe.
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  • Introduction 1. Soviet Propaganda and Nationalist Reappropriation 2. Exigencies of Tradition 3. Catholic Enchantment and Discontent 4. Time-Spaces of a Reordered City 5. "Until You Grope the Ground": Food, Drink, and Modern Things Post-Socialist Scriptum Glossary of Frequently Cited Words and Phrases.
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In The Land of Weddings and Rain, Gediminas Lankauskas examines the components of the contemporary urban wedding - religious and civil ceremonies, "traditional" imagery and practices, and the conspicuous consumption of domestic and imported goods - in the context of the Western-style modernization of post-socialist Lithuania. Studying the tensions between "tradition" and "modernity" that surround this important ritual event, Lankauskas highlights the ways in which nationalism serves to negotiate the impact of modernity in the aftermath of state socialism's collapse. His analysis also shows the importance of consumption and commodification to Lithuania's ongoing "Westernization." Based on more than a decade of ethnographic research, The Land of Weddings and Rain is a fascinating account of the tensions - between national and transnational, East and West, and old and new - that shape life in post-socialist Eastern Europe.
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260 pages : ill. ; 25 cm.
Born into a leading Lithuanian-Jewish rabbinic family, Moshe Aron Reguer initially followed the path of traditional yeshiva education. His adolescence coincided with World War I and its upheavals, pandemics, and pogroms, as well as with new ideas of Haskala, Zionism, and socialism. His memoir, recently discovered and here translated and published for the first time, discusses his internal struggles and describes the world around him and the people who influenced him. Moshe Aron Reguer wrote his memoir at the age of 23, on the eve of his departure for Eretz Israel in 1926. However, his story did not end there, but continued in British Mandated Palestine and the United States. He kept in touch with the family in Brest-Litovsk until the Nazis destroyed Jewish Lithuania, and some of their correspondence is included within this volume.
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Born into a leading Lithuanian-Jewish rabbinic family, Moshe Aron Reguer initially followed the path of traditional yeshiva education. His adolescence coincided with World War I and its upheavals, pandemics, and pogroms, as well as with new ideas of Haskala, Zionism, and socialism. His memoir, recently discovered and here translated and published for the first time, discusses his internal struggles and describes the world around him and the people who influenced him. Moshe Aron Reguer wrote his memoir at the age of 23, on the eve of his departure for Eretz Israel in 1926. However, his story did not end there, but continued in British Mandated Palestine and the United States. He kept in touch with the family in Brest-Litovsk until the Nazis destroyed Jewish Lithuania, and some of their correspondence is included within this volume.
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2 videodiscs (129 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in + 2 booklets (23; 23 pages : color illustrations ; 18 cm). Sound: digital; optical; stereo mono; Dolby. Video: PAL. Digital: video file; DVD video; region.
Everyone knows Magic Johnson, Michael Jordan of the 1992 American Olympic Dream Team. This is the story of the Other Dream Team. They didn't bring their country the gold medal, they brought something much more valuable. After leading the USSR to a gold medal (and victory over the USA) at the 1988 Olympics in Seoul, Sarunas Marciulionis and Arvydas Sabonis were poster boys for the Soviet sports machine. Four years later, after the fall of the Soviet Union, they emerged as symbols of democracy.
Everyone knows Magic Johnson, Michael Jordan of the 1992 American Olympic Dream Team. This is the story of the Other Dream Team. They didn't bring their country the gold medal, they brought something much more valuable. After leading the USSR to a gold medal (and victory over the USA) at the 1988 Olympics in Seoul, Sarunas Marciulionis and Arvydas Sabonis were poster boys for the Soviet sports machine. Four years later, after the fall of the Soviet Union, they emerged as symbols of democracy.
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319 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.
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412 pages ; 22 cm
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193 pages ; 21 cm
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281 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
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469 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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xvii, 389 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
  • Preface intro 1. Introduction 2. The Prehistory of the Kovno Ghetto 3. The Gruesome Period from the Beginning of the Ghetto to the Large "Action" 4. Ghetto Situation After the Large "Action" 5. The Elder Council, the Ghetto Institutions, the Police and the Ghetto Population. (Mutual Inter-relationships) 6. Development of the Administrative Apparatus and of the Police after the "Action" 7. The Ghetto Guard and the Jewish Police 8. The Ghetto during the Time of the N.S.K.K., Wiedmann and Hermann (Spring and Summer 1942) 9. The Police in the Spring and Summer of 1942 (The Caspi Period) 10. The Ghetto in the Times of Koeppen, Miller and the Vienna Protective Police (Schutz Polizei) 11. The Police in the Last Quarter of 1942 append author bio.
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As a force that had to serve two masters, both the Jewish population of the Kovno ghetto in Lithuania and its German occupiers, the Kovno Jewish ghetto police walked a fine line between helping Jews survive and meeting Nazi orders. In 1942 and 1943 some of its members secretly composed this history and buried it in tin boxes. The book offers a rare glimpse into the complex situation faced by the ghetto leadership and the Jewish policemen, caught between carrying out the demands of the Germans and mollifying the anger and frustration of their own people. It details the creation and organization of the ghetto, the violent German attacks on the population in the summer of 1941, the periodic selections of Jews to be deported and killed, the labor required of the surviving Jewish population, and the efforts of the police to provide a semblance of stability. The secret history tells a dramatic and complicated story, defending the actions of the police force on one page and berating its leadership on the next. A substantial introduction by distinguished historian Samuel D. Kassow places this powerful work within the context of the history of the Kovno Jewish community and its experience and fate at the hands of the Nazis.
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  • Preface intro 1. Introduction 2. The Prehistory of the Kovno Ghetto 3. The Gruesome Period from the Beginning of the Ghetto to the Large "Action" 4. Ghetto Situation After the Large "Action" 5. The Elder Council, the Ghetto Institutions, the Police and the Ghetto Population. (Mutual Inter-relationships) 6. Development of the Administrative Apparatus and of the Police after the "Action" 7. The Ghetto Guard and the Jewish Police 8. The Ghetto during the Time of the N.S.K.K., Wiedmann and Hermann (Spring and Summer 1942) 9. The Police in the Spring and Summer of 1942 (The Caspi Period) 10. The Ghetto in the Times of Koeppen, Miller and the Vienna Protective Police (Schutz Polizei) 11. The Police in the Last Quarter of 1942 append author bio.
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As a force that had to serve two masters, both the Jewish population of the Kovno ghetto in Lithuania and its German occupiers, the Kovno Jewish ghetto police walked a fine line between helping Jews survive and meeting Nazi orders. In 1942 and 1943 some of its members secretly composed this history and buried it in tin boxes. The book offers a rare glimpse into the complex situation faced by the ghetto leadership and the Jewish policemen, caught between carrying out the demands of the Germans and mollifying the anger and frustration of their own people. It details the creation and organization of the ghetto, the violent German attacks on the population in the summer of 1941, the periodic selections of Jews to be deported and killed, the labor required of the surviving Jewish population, and the efforts of the police to provide a semblance of stability. The secret history tells a dramatic and complicated story, defending the actions of the police force on one page and berating its leadership on the next. A substantial introduction by distinguished historian Samuel D. Kassow places this powerful work within the context of the history of the Kovno Jewish community and its experience and fate at the hands of the Nazis.
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655 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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249 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
  • République des Lettres et République des Deux Nations -- Aspects politiques : projets francophones de réforme pour la République des Deux Nations -- Considérations de Jean-Jacques Rousseau sur le gouvernement de la République Polono-Lituanienne -- Élie Bertrand et l'affaire polonaise: transfert d'idées juridiques et politiques dans une correspondance inconnue -- Autour de l'émigration polonaise -- Correspondances d'Astolphe-Louis de Custine avec les intellectuels polonais -- L'impossible carrière d'un orientaliste à travers la correspondance d'Aleksander Chodiko -- La correspondance française de J. Lelewel, présente en Lituanie -- Les arts et les lettres -- Les sources ésotériques d'Adam Mickiewicz vues par le prisme de sa correspondance -- Charles-Edmond Chojecki et les Goncourt : "il y aura toujours une patrie commune où nos esprits se serreront la main" -- Romain Rolland et M. K. Ciurlionis -- Correspondances de naturalistes -- De Guettard à Bory Saint-Vincent : la Lituanie et la Pologne dans la correspondance et les notes des naturalistes français -- Cuvier et Bojanus: à la recherche de la correspondance de deux grands naturalistes entre Paris et Vilnius -- À la recherche de la correspondance savante du comte Michal Jan Borch -- La France et les Français, vus par le monde académique vilnois -- La correspondance en français des savants de l'université de Vilnius de la fin du XVIIIe siècle au début du XIXe -- Les motifs français dans les lettres de Georg Adam Forster écrites à Vilnius -- De l'érudition à l'agrément : correspondances d'amour et d'aventure -- Correspondance bilingue de Franciszka Urszula Radziwillowa : entre le coeur et la raison -- Les voyages de Joseph Maximilien Cajetan, Baron de Wiklinsky (1769-1783).
"Grands voyageurs, aristocrates éclairés, hommes de science, les témoins souvent malheureux des changements géopolitiques de ce qui fut ta République des Deux Nations n'ont pas démérité des Belles-Lettres, même si leurs écrits dorment encore le plus souvent dans les archives. Les correspondances d'érudits entre la Pologne, la Lituanie et la France à l'heure des partages de la fin du XVIIIe siècle, et jusqu'à la brève indépendance du début du XXe, apportent de précieux témoignages sur les découvertes scientifiques, les échanges culturels, ou encore le milieu académique des grandes universités telle celle de Vilnius. Encore fallait-il retrouver et dépouiller ces lettres et ces journaux intimes inédits. Des chercheurs biélorusses, français, lituaniens, polonais et russes se sont attelés à cette tâche, et ce recueil témoigne des orientations fécondes de leurs travaux. Les champs sont divers au sein de ces correspondances publiques et privées ; il y est question de voyages Iperegrinatio academica oblige), de considérations politiques et juridiques, de l'émigration polonaise à Paris, de découvertes de naturalistes. On y explore le monde universitaire, mais aussi celui des lettres et des arts, de Mickiewicz à Ciurlionis en passant par Chojecki. La richesse de ces échanges épistolaires soulève également la question de la langue présidant à cette circulation du savoir : ces écritures, à mi-chemin entre écrits intimes et exposés académiques, supposent-elles une koinè ? un bi- voire tri-linguisme ? Juristes, historiens, économistes, naturalistes, littéraires, historiens de l'art, linguistes soulèvent ces questions et bien d'autres, conférant ainsi à la pluridisciplinarité ses lettres de noblesse..."--P. [4] of cover.
  • République des Lettres et République des Deux Nations -- Aspects politiques : projets francophones de réforme pour la République des Deux Nations -- Considérations de Jean-Jacques Rousseau sur le gouvernement de la République Polono-Lituanienne -- Élie Bertrand et l'affaire polonaise: transfert d'idées juridiques et politiques dans une correspondance inconnue -- Autour de l'émigration polonaise -- Correspondances d'Astolphe-Louis de Custine avec les intellectuels polonais -- L'impossible carrière d'un orientaliste à travers la correspondance d'Aleksander Chodiko -- La correspondance française de J. Lelewel, présente en Lituanie -- Les arts et les lettres -- Les sources ésotériques d'Adam Mickiewicz vues par le prisme de sa correspondance -- Charles-Edmond Chojecki et les Goncourt : "il y aura toujours une patrie commune où nos esprits se serreront la main" -- Romain Rolland et M. K. Ciurlionis -- Correspondances de naturalistes -- De Guettard à Bory Saint-Vincent : la Lituanie et la Pologne dans la correspondance et les notes des naturalistes français -- Cuvier et Bojanus: à la recherche de la correspondance de deux grands naturalistes entre Paris et Vilnius -- À la recherche de la correspondance savante du comte Michal Jan Borch -- La France et les Français, vus par le monde académique vilnois -- La correspondance en français des savants de l'université de Vilnius de la fin du XVIIIe siècle au début du XIXe -- Les motifs français dans les lettres de Georg Adam Forster écrites à Vilnius -- De l'érudition à l'agrément : correspondances d'amour et d'aventure -- Correspondance bilingue de Franciszka Urszula Radziwillowa : entre le coeur et la raison -- Les voyages de Joseph Maximilien Cajetan, Baron de Wiklinsky (1769-1783).
"Grands voyageurs, aristocrates éclairés, hommes de science, les témoins souvent malheureux des changements géopolitiques de ce qui fut ta République des Deux Nations n'ont pas démérité des Belles-Lettres, même si leurs écrits dorment encore le plus souvent dans les archives. Les correspondances d'érudits entre la Pologne, la Lituanie et la France à l'heure des partages de la fin du XVIIIe siècle, et jusqu'à la brève indépendance du début du XXe, apportent de précieux témoignages sur les découvertes scientifiques, les échanges culturels, ou encore le milieu académique des grandes universités telle celle de Vilnius. Encore fallait-il retrouver et dépouiller ces lettres et ces journaux intimes inédits. Des chercheurs biélorusses, français, lituaniens, polonais et russes se sont attelés à cette tâche, et ce recueil témoigne des orientations fécondes de leurs travaux. Les champs sont divers au sein de ces correspondances publiques et privées ; il y est question de voyages Iperegrinatio academica oblige), de considérations politiques et juridiques, de l'émigration polonaise à Paris, de découvertes de naturalistes. On y explore le monde universitaire, mais aussi celui des lettres et des arts, de Mickiewicz à Ciurlionis en passant par Chojecki. La richesse de ces échanges épistolaires soulève également la question de la langue présidant à cette circulation du savoir : ces écritures, à mi-chemin entre écrits intimes et exposés académiques, supposent-elles une koinè ? un bi- voire tri-linguisme ? Juristes, historiens, économistes, naturalistes, littéraires, historiens de l'art, linguistes soulèvent ces questions et bien d'autres, conférant ainsi à la pluridisciplinarité ses lettres de noblesse..."--P. [4] of cover.
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DC55 .C718 2014 Unavailable At bindery Request
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146 pages ; 25 cm.
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398 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.
  • Einführung
  • Thema und Fragestellung
  • Die Autoren und ihr Werk
  • Autobiographische und belletristische Literatur als historische Quelle
  • Forschungsstand
  • Erläuterungen zur Übersetzung und zur jiddischen Schreibweise
  • Methodische Überlegungen
  • Die Erinnerung an verschwundene Lebenswelten
  • Räumliche Aspekte des jüdischen Vilne
  • Die Vilner Topografie
  • Die Lebensverhältnisse der Vilner Juden
  • Das jüdische Viertel : äußere Bestandsaufnahme
  • Architektonische Besonderheiten
  • Eine Welt aus Stein
  • Ein Blick über das jüdische Viertel hinaus
  • Das jüdische Viertel als Wohnort der Vilner Juden
  • Vilner Hinterhöfe
  • Die bauliche Substanz des jüdischen Viertels
  • Einblicke ins Innere der Wohnungen
  • Kontraste : bürgerliches Wohnen
  • Die Erwerbssituation im jüdischen Viertel
  • Die Welt des Handels
  • Das jüdische Handwerk
  • Weitere Berufe
  • Armut im jüdischen Viertel
  • Mittellosigkeit
  • Geldzuschüsse und Kredite
  • Kontraste : Bürgerlicher Wohlstand
  • Wohltätigkeit und Umgang mit der Not
  • Die Almosengeber
  • Die Almosenempfänger
  • Die geisteskranken Bettler
  • Die Lebenswelt der Vilner Bettler
  • Vilne, das Yerushalayim d'Lite, als Ort traditioneller Jüdischkeit
  • Vilnes religiöses Erbe
  • Der vilner Goen und die Chassidim
  • Die Welt der Synagogen : der shulboyf
  • Ein Leben für die Tora : die Prushim der Goens kloyz
  • Das tägliche Lernen : traditionelle Gelehrsamkeit im jüdischen Viertel
  • Orte des Lernens : Chedarim und Yeshivot
  • Religiöse Vorbilder
  • Religiöse Gelehrsamkeit der einfachen Juden
  • Die jüdischen Feiertage : Höhepunkte des religiösen Lebens
  • Der Sabbat
  • Jom Kippur, Simchat Tora, Pessach
  • Die Missachtung religiöser Werte und Normen
  • Leerstehende Gebetshäuser
  • Nichteinhaltung des Sabbats
  • Äußere Anzeichen des Glaubenszerfalls
  • Rückgang der Frömmigkeit als Generationenkonflikt
  • Das traditionelle Judentum Vilnes in der Kritik
  • Falsche und fanatische Frömmigkeit
  • Kritik an religiösen Hierarchien
  • Hinterfragung rabbinischer Autorität
  • Vilne, ein Ort moderner jüdischer Kultur
  • Vilne, die Wiege der Jiddischkeit
  • Die jiddische Sprache
  • Dasyidisher visnshaftlekher Institut als Symbol jiddischer Kultur
  • Spuren jiddischer Kultur im Alltag der Vilner Juden
  • Die jiddisch-weltliche Schule
  • Das jiddische Theater
  • Die jiddische Presse
  • Politische Ideologien und Bewegungen : Aufruhr auf der "jüdischen Straße"
  • Zionisten
  • Bundisten und jüdische Kommunisten
  • Momentaufnahmen jüdischer Lebenswelten
  • Das eheliche Zusammenleben
  • Auf dem Weg zur Chuppe
  • Lustige Witwen unter der Chuppe : Zweitehen
  • Ehealltag im jüdischen Viertel
  • Getrennte Wege
  • Agunot : die "verlassenen" Ehefrauen
  • Die Vilner jüdische Unterwelt
  • Diebe, Gauner und Ganoven
  • Vilner Straßenmädchen
  • Beziehungen zur nichtjüdischen Bevölkerung Vilnes
  • Antisemitismus auf der "jüdischen Straße"
  • Polizist, Bauer, Hausmeister : Nichtjuden im jüdischen Vilne
  • Yidn und Goyim : eine problematische Beziehung
  • Miteinander statt gegeneinander
  • Schluss
  • Portrait der Vilner Lebenswelten
  • Zwei unterschiedliche Perspektiven auf das jüdische Vilne
  • Literaturverzeichnis
  • Quellen
  • Belletristische Texte von Chaim Grade und Abraham Karpinovitsh
  • Erinnerungen, Memoiren und zeitgenössische Publikationen mit Quellencharakter
  • Lexika und Nachschlagewerke
  • Sekundärliteratur
  • Anhang
  • Transkriptionstabelle
  • Abbildungsverzeichnis
  • Register.
  • Einführung
  • Thema und Fragestellung
  • Die Autoren und ihr Werk
  • Autobiographische und belletristische Literatur als historische Quelle
  • Forschungsstand
  • Erläuterungen zur Übersetzung und zur jiddischen Schreibweise
  • Methodische Überlegungen
  • Die Erinnerung an verschwundene Lebenswelten
  • Räumliche Aspekte des jüdischen Vilne
  • Die Vilner Topografie
  • Die Lebensverhältnisse der Vilner Juden
  • Das jüdische Viertel : äußere Bestandsaufnahme
  • Architektonische Besonderheiten
  • Eine Welt aus Stein
  • Ein Blick über das jüdische Viertel hinaus
  • Das jüdische Viertel als Wohnort der Vilner Juden
  • Vilner Hinterhöfe
  • Die bauliche Substanz des jüdischen Viertels
  • Einblicke ins Innere der Wohnungen
  • Kontraste : bürgerliches Wohnen
  • Die Erwerbssituation im jüdischen Viertel
  • Die Welt des Handels
  • Das jüdische Handwerk
  • Weitere Berufe
  • Armut im jüdischen Viertel
  • Mittellosigkeit
  • Geldzuschüsse und Kredite
  • Kontraste : Bürgerlicher Wohlstand
  • Wohltätigkeit und Umgang mit der Not
  • Die Almosengeber
  • Die Almosenempfänger
  • Die geisteskranken Bettler
  • Die Lebenswelt der Vilner Bettler
  • Vilne, das Yerushalayim d'Lite, als Ort traditioneller Jüdischkeit
  • Vilnes religiöses Erbe
  • Der vilner Goen und die Chassidim
  • Die Welt der Synagogen : der shulboyf
  • Ein Leben für die Tora : die Prushim der Goens kloyz
  • Das tägliche Lernen : traditionelle Gelehrsamkeit im jüdischen Viertel
  • Orte des Lernens : Chedarim und Yeshivot
  • Religiöse Vorbilder
  • Religiöse Gelehrsamkeit der einfachen Juden
  • Die jüdischen Feiertage : Höhepunkte des religiösen Lebens
  • Der Sabbat
  • Jom Kippur, Simchat Tora, Pessach
  • Die Missachtung religiöser Werte und Normen
  • Leerstehende Gebetshäuser
  • Nichteinhaltung des Sabbats
  • Äußere Anzeichen des Glaubenszerfalls
  • Rückgang der Frömmigkeit als Generationenkonflikt
  • Das traditionelle Judentum Vilnes in der Kritik
  • Falsche und fanatische Frömmigkeit
  • Kritik an religiösen Hierarchien
  • Hinterfragung rabbinischer Autorität
  • Vilne, ein Ort moderner jüdischer Kultur
  • Vilne, die Wiege der Jiddischkeit
  • Die jiddische Sprache
  • Dasyidisher visnshaftlekher Institut als Symbol jiddischer Kultur
  • Spuren jiddischer Kultur im Alltag der Vilner Juden
  • Die jiddisch-weltliche Schule
  • Das jiddische Theater
  • Die jiddische Presse
  • Politische Ideologien und Bewegungen : Aufruhr auf der "jüdischen Straße"
  • Zionisten
  • Bundisten und jüdische Kommunisten
  • Momentaufnahmen jüdischer Lebenswelten
  • Das eheliche Zusammenleben
  • Auf dem Weg zur Chuppe
  • Lustige Witwen unter der Chuppe : Zweitehen
  • Ehealltag im jüdischen Viertel
  • Getrennte Wege
  • Agunot : die "verlassenen" Ehefrauen
  • Die Vilner jüdische Unterwelt
  • Diebe, Gauner und Ganoven
  • Vilner Straßenmädchen
  • Beziehungen zur nichtjüdischen Bevölkerung Vilnes
  • Antisemitismus auf der "jüdischen Straße"
  • Polizist, Bauer, Hausmeister : Nichtjuden im jüdischen Vilne
  • Yidn und Goyim : eine problematische Beziehung
  • Miteinander statt gegeneinander
  • Schluss
  • Portrait der Vilner Lebenswelten
  • Zwei unterschiedliche Perspektiven auf das jüdische Vilne
  • Literaturverzeichnis
  • Quellen
  • Belletristische Texte von Chaim Grade und Abraham Karpinovitsh
  • Erinnerungen, Memoiren und zeitgenössische Publikationen mit Quellencharakter
  • Lexika und Nachschlagewerke
  • Sekundärliteratur
  • Anhang
  • Transkriptionstabelle
  • Abbildungsverzeichnis
  • Register.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Status of items at SAL3 (off-campus storage)
SAL3 (off-campus storage) Status
Stacks Request
PJ5129 .G68 Z877 2014 Available
Book
xix, 216 pages : illustrations (some color), color maps ; 25 cm.
  • Estonia: the land and its people
  • The Estonian economy
  • Estonian government and society
  • Estonian cultural life
  • Estonia: past and present
  • Latvia: the land and its people
  • The Latvian economy
  • Latvian government and society
  • Latvian cultural life
  • Latvia: past and present
  • Lithuania: the land and its people
  • The Lithuanian economy
  • Lithuanian government and society
  • Lithuanian cultural life
  • Lithuania: past and present
  • Poland: the land and its people
  • The Polish economy
  • Polish government and society
  • Polish cultural life
  • Beginnings of the Polish state to the Jagiellonians
  • The Polish-Lithuanian state of the commonwealth
  • Partitioned Poland
  • Poland in the 20th century and beyond.
Describes the geography, demographics, culture, government, history, and economy of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Poland.
  • Estonia: the land and its people
  • The Estonian economy
  • Estonian government and society
  • Estonian cultural life
  • Estonia: past and present
  • Latvia: the land and its people
  • The Latvian economy
  • Latvian government and society
  • Latvian cultural life
  • Latvia: past and present
  • Lithuania: the land and its people
  • The Lithuanian economy
  • Lithuanian government and society
  • Lithuanian cultural life
  • Lithuania: past and present
  • Poland: the land and its people
  • The Polish economy
  • Polish government and society
  • Polish cultural life
  • Beginnings of the Polish state to the Jagiellonians
  • The Polish-Lithuanian state of the commonwealth
  • Partitioned Poland
  • Poland in the 20th century and beyond.
Describes the geography, demographics, culture, government, history, and economy of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Poland.
Green Library
Status of items at Green Library
Green Library Status
Stacks Find it
DK502.35 .E87 2014 Unknown
Book
239 pages
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
Status of items at SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving) Status
Stacks Request
UA829 .L78 M38 2014 Unavailable In process
Book
259 p., [12] p. of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 22 cm
  • I. Apie save be nutylėjimų
  • II. Enciklopedinė publicistika.
  • I. Apie save be nutylėjimų
  • II. Enciklopedinė publicistika.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Status of items at SAL3 (off-campus storage)
SAL3 (off-campus storage) Status
Stacks Request
PN5355 .L52 S45 2014 Available

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