The Russian-Jewish tradition : intellectuals, historians, revolutionaries / Brian Horowitz ; introduction by William Craft Brumfield.
Brian Horowitz, the well-known scholar of Russian Jewry, argues that Jews were not a people apart but were culturally integrated in Russian society. The book lets us grasp the meaning of secular Judaism and gives models from the past in order to stimulate ideas for the present.
Brighton, MA :
Academic Studies Press,
|Series:||Jews of Russia & Eastern Europe and their legacy.
- The return of the heder among Russian-Jewish education experts, 1840-1917
- 'Building a fragile edifice' : a history of Russian-Jewish historical institutions, 1860-1914
- Myths and counter-myths about Odessa's Jewish intelligentsia during the late Tsarist period
- Saul Borovoi's survival : an Odessa tale about a Jewish historian in Soviet times
- The ideological challenges of S. M. Dubnov in emigration : Autonomism and Zionism, Europe and Palestine
- Semyon An-sky-dialogic writer
- Russian-Jewish writers face pogroms, 1880-1914
- 8. M. O. Gershenzon, Alexander Pushkin, the Bible, and the flaws of Jewish nationalism
- Battling for self-definition in Soviet literature : Boris Eikhenbaum's Jewish question
- Vladimir Jabotinsky and the mystique of 1905
- Vladimir Jabotinsky and violence
- Vladimir Solov'ev and the Jews : a view from today
- Fear and stereotyping : Vasily Rozanov and Jewish menace.