Jewish Life in Southeast Europe: Diverse Perspectives on the Holocaust and Beyond by Kateřina Králová - PDF and EPUB eBook

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Exact title of the book
Jewish Life in Southeast Europe: Diverse Perspectives on the Holocaust and Beyond
Book author
Kateřina Králová
Book edition
Hardcover
Number of pages
158 pages
File size (in PDF)
632 kB
Jewish Life in Southeast Europe: Diverse Perspectives on the Holocaust and Beyond

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This anthology brings together eight insights into the life of Jews in Southeast Europe through political, social and cultural lenses. Even though the Holocaust put an end to many communities in the region, this book chronicles how some Holocaust survivors nevertheless tried to restore their previous lives. Focusing on the once flourishing and colorful Jewish communities throughout the Balkans - many of which were organized according to the Ottoman millet system - this book provides a diverse range of insights into Jewish life and Jewish-Gentile relations in what became Greece, Yugoslavia, Romania and Bulgaria after World War II.

Further, the contributors conceptualize the issues in focus from a historical perspective. In these diachronic case studies, virtually the whole 20th century is covered, with a special focus paid to the shifting identities, the changing communities and the memory of the Holocaust, thereby providing a very useful parallel to today's post-war and divided societies. Drawing on relevant contemporary approaches in historical research, this book complements the field with topics that, until now in Jewish studies and beyond, remained on the edge of the general research focus.

This book was originally published as a special issue of Southeast European and Black Sea Studies.