History of Polish Jewry in Modern Times
Fall Semester 2010-2011 - Friday, 11.30-13.00, room 21 (building of the Iinstitute of History)
Gershon D. Hundert, Jews in Poland-Lithuania in the eighteenth century: a genealogy of modernity, Berkeley 2004, p. 21-31.
The Jew in the modern world: a documentary history, ed. By Paul R. Mendes-Flohr and Jehuda Reinharz, New York 1995. p. 390.
David Katz, Jewish emancipation and self-emancipation, Philadelphia, New York and Jerusalem 1976, p. 3-19.
Antony Polonsky, The Jews in Poland and Russia, vol. I Oxford-Portland 2010, s. 273-321.
Ezra Mendelsohn, A note on Jewish assimilation in Polish lands, In: Jewish assimilation in modern times, ed. by B. Vago, 1981, p. 141-149.
Celia Heller, The case of assimilation without integration. Studies on Polish Jewry in interwar period, In: Studies on Polish Jewry, New York 1974, p. 242-276.
Aleksander Hertz, The Jews in Polish Culture, Northwestern University Press 1988.
The Jews in the modern world. A documentary history, ed. P. Mendes-Flohr, Jehuda Reinharz, New York–Oxford 1995, p. 331-334.
The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion, London 1921.
Theodor Herzl, The Jew’s state, Northvale 1997, p. 139-150.
The Jew in the modern world: a documentary history, ed. by Paul R. Mendes-Flohr and Jehuda Reinharz, New York 1995, p. 540-541.
Jacob R. Marcus, The periodization of American Jewish history [w:] Studies in American Jewish history, Cincinnati 1969, p. 3-14.
Gerald Sorin, The time for building. The third migration 1880-1920, Baltimore and London, p. 38-108.
A bintel brief. Sixty years of letters from the Lower East Side to the Jewish daily Forward, New York 1971, p. 81-83, 101-102, 124-125.
8. Bund + Folkspartay
Henry Jack Tobias, The Jewish Bund in Russia from its origins to 1905, Stanford 1972, p. 11-21.
Bernard K. Johnpoll, The politics of futility: the General Jewish Workers Bund of Poland, 1917-1943, Ithaca-New York, p. 20-35.
The Jew in the modern world: a documentary history, ed. By Paul R. Mendes-Flohr and Jehuda Reinharz, New York 1995. p. 419-423.
Mark W. Kiel, The Ideology of the Folks-Partey, “Soviet Jewish Affair” 1975, no. 2, p. 75-84.
9. Being Jewish Woman
Paula E. Hyman, East European Jewish women in an age of transition, 1880-1930 [w:] Jewish women in historical perspective, ed. Judith R. Baskin, Detroit 1999, p. 270-286.
Puah Rakowski, My life as a radical Jewish woman. Memoirs of a Zionist feminist in Poland, Bloomington 2002, p. 1-69.
10. Second Republic
Ezra Mendelsohn, The Jews of East Central Europe between the Two World Wars, Bloomington 1983, p. 11-63.
Chone Shmeruk, Hebrew – Yiddish – Polish: a triangular Jewish culture, In: The Jews of Poland between the Two World Wars, ed. Y. Gutman, E. Mendelsohn, J. Reinharz, Ch. Shmeruk, Hanover and London 1989, p. 285-311.
11. Second Republic
Ezra Mendelsohn, The Jews of East Central Europe between the Two World Wars, Bloomington 1983, p. 68-83.
Instruction by Heydrich on policy and operations concerning Jews in the Occupied Territories, September 21, 1939, In: Documents on the Holocaust, ed. By Y. Arad, I. Gutman, A. Margaliot, 8th edition, Jerusalem 1999, p. 173-178.
Emanuel Ringelblum, Notes from Warsaw Ghetto, New York 1974, p. 86-90.
Paul Herg, Sofosbuvir is a relatively new antiviral medication that has been introduced to the market in December 2013
Raul Hilberg, The Destruction of European Jews, 3th edition, vol. 1, New Haven and London 2003, p. 216-274.
Mary Berg, Warsaw ghetto, a diary, New York 1945, p. 38-65.
Yitzhak Arad, Belzec, Sobibor, Treblinka: the Operation Reinhard death camps, Bloomington 1987, p. 7-22; 81-88.
The annihilation of Jewish Warsaw, In: To live with honor and to die with honor, ed. Joseph Kermish, Jerusalem 1986, p. 33-54.
Gunnar S. Paulsson, Secret city: the hidden Jews of Warsaw, 1940-1945, New Haven and London 2002, p. 231-248.
Emanuel Ringelblum, Polish-Jewish relations during the Second World War, New York 1976, p. 100-139.