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Submissions from 2021

A Virtual Conversation on Writing Jewish History, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Conscious History: Jewish Historians before the Holocaust, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Conscious History: Jewish Historians before the Holocaust, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Family Affairs: Writing Parents’ Stories, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

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Historiography from the Margins? Writing Polish Jewish History before the Holocaust, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Holocaust Historians on Trial in Poland: What is At Stake, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

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Intimate Violence: Jewish Testimonies about the Holocaust in Eastern Europe, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

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Jewish Ruptures, Mourning and Belonging, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Polish Jewish Historians before the Holocaust, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Respondant to “Jewish Female Students’ Resistance Against Ghetto Benches and Silencing Their Voices at the Stafan Batory University in Wilno”, Natalia Aleksiun (Response or Comment)

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Talking Memory - Defending Holocaust Scholarship, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Talking Memory - Defending Holocaust Scholarship, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

The Anatomy of Antisemitism Jews, Cadavers and the Politics of Medical Discourse in East Central Europe, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

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The Jews of Italy during the Holocaust, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

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Uneasy Bonds: Jews in Hiding and the Making of Surrogate Families, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

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The Jewish Intellectual Tradition: A History of Learning and Achievement, Alan H. Kadish, Michael A. Shmidman, and Simcha Fishbane (Book)

Submissions from 2020

anna Tokarska-Bakir:Terror in Przedborz, The night of May 26-27, 1945, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

A Search for Family Members and Jewish identity after the Holocaust, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Concept, Introduction and Moderation of the Series “Family Affairs.”, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Conscious History: Polish Jewish Historians before the Holocaust– the first discussion in a series “What's new, what's next?”: Debates on Newly Published Books in the Field of Jewish Studies, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

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Conscious Jewish History, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Dissecting Antisemitism, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

ewish Women’s History and Gender: Sources, Methods, and Approaches, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

German Jews in Nazi Germany, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Grzegorz Gauden’s Lwów - kres iluzji. Opowieść o pogromie listopadowym 1918, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Imagined Motherland. Zionism in Poland after the Holocaust, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Jewish Responses to Numerus Clausus in Interwar Poland, Anti-Jewish Quotas in Central Europe, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Jews in Galicia Imagine Independent Poland, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

New Approaches to the Jewish Family in the Twentieth Century: Between Nation, State and Empire, Natalia Aleksiun (Response or Comment)

Polish Jewish History as Women’s History, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Roundtable on the book “Jewish and Romani Families in the Holocaust and its Aftermath” ed Eliyana R. Adler and Katerna Capkova, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Search for Jewish Family in Eastern Europe, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Students Carrying the Sticks– the November Pogrom in Wilno, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Suddenly Orphaned. Jewish Children in Hiding during the Holocaust., Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Testimony as Activism: Archives of Displacement, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

The Search for Surviving Family in Eastern Europe, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

When Fajga Left Tadeusz. The Afterlife of a War Relationship, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Friendship: The Ties That Bind, Judith Bleich (Presentation)

Rebuilding the Temple in Medieval Western Europe, Dana W. Fishkin (Presentation)

Submissions from 2019

Coming of Age During the Holocaust, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Conflicting Ethno-Spaces in Multi-Ethnic Cities. The Example of Lwów, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Crossing the Line - Violence Against Jewish Women and the New Model of Antisemitism in Poland in the 1930s, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Girls Coming of Age during the Holocaust: Gender, Class, and the Struggle for Survival in Eastern Europe, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Girls Coming of Age during the Holocaust: Gender, Class, and the Struggle for Survival in Eastern Europe, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Holocaust Research: Memory and Politics, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

In Extremis: Family Networks in the Holocaust, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Intimate Violence: Jewish Testimonies on Victims and Perpetrators in Eastern Galicia, Natalia Aleksiun (Article)

Jewish Daily Life in Nazi Germany, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Jewish Families in the Holocaust: Prewar Life Shaping Wartime Experiences, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Jewish Responses to the Holocaust, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Kristallnacht: History and Significance, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Microhistory of Emotions: The Afterlife of Wartime Relationships in Lwów., Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

New Historiography of the Holocaust, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Nowy Model Antysemityzmu: Przemoc Wobec Dtudentek Zydowskich w Polsce w Latach Trzydziestych., Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

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On Humanizing Victims and Perpetrators of the Holocaust in Eastern Europe, Natalia Aleksiun (Article)

On the Edge of Destruction? Polish Jewry before the Holocaust., Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Robert Marzano’s 10 Elements of Student Engagement: Making the Context of Teaching Matter, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Roundtable discussion on the book From Cotton to Smoke: Industrial City and Discourses of Asynchronous Modernity 1897-1994, by Agata Zysiak, Kamil Smiechowski, Kamil Piskała, Wiktor Marzec, Kaja Kazmierska, and Jacek Burski, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Scholar for the study seminar to Poland, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Sexual Barter and Love in Eastern Europe, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Shattered Homes: Gender and Material Culture of Hiding, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Survivors and Witnesses – Early Jewish Testimonies at Collaboration Trials in Poland, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Survivors and Witnesses: Early Jewish Testimonies at Collaboration Trials in Poland., Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

The Anatomy of Antisemitism: Jews, Cadavers, and the Politics of Medical Discourse in East Central Europe, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

The Challenges of Surviving in Hiding, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

The Galician Paradigm? Exploring German-Speaking Polish Jews., Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

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The Galician Paradigm? Post-War Voices of German-Speaking Polish Jewish Survivors, Natalia Aleksiun (Article)

Uneasy Bonds: Jews in Hiding during the Holocaust and the Making of Surrogate Families, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Uneasy Bonds: Jews in Hiding during the Holocaust and the Making of Surrogate Families, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

When Your Subject Goes Underground: Methodological Challenges in Writing About Jews in Hiding During the Holocaust in Eastern Europe, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

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Review: A Specter Haunting Europe: The Myth of Judeo-Bolshevism, Natalia Aleksiun and Paul Hanebrink (Book Review)

Nihil novi? Historiografia pogromów z lat 1921–1939, Natalia Aleksiun, Kamil Kijek, Artur Markowski, and Konrad Zieliński (Book Chapter)

Studenci z pałkami: rozruchy antyżydowskie na Uniwersytecie Stefana Batorego w Wilnie, Natalia Aleksiun, Kamil Kijek, Artur Markowski, and Konrad Zieliński (Book Chapter)

Antisemitism and Amalek, Judith Bleich (Presentation)

Freud’s Moses and Monotheism, Judith Bleich (Presentation)

The Shofar: Music vs. Muse, Judith Bleich (Presentation)

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The Foundations of American Jewish Liberalism. By Kenneth D. Wald, Zev Eleff (Article)

Mamzer, Simcha Fishbane (Book Chapter)

Mihnag in The Haye Adam—The Case of Kitniyot on Passover, Simcha Fishbane (Article)

Women's Literacy in Eastern Europe During the 18th and Early 19th Centuries: The Case of Haye Adam, Simcha Fishbane and Julie Joseph (Book)

Can Halakhic Texts Talk Magic?, Simcha Fishbane, Daniel Maoz, Harry Fox, and Tirzah Meacham (Book Chapter)

An 1899 Postal Card Offers a Unique Insight Into American Jewish History, Edward C. Halperin, Simcha Fishbane, and Kevin Alter (Article)

The Aftermath of Separation: Restructuring French Jewry, 1905-1910, Zvi Jonathan Kaplan (Presentation)

Review Essay: Chief Rabbi Hertz: The Wars of the Lord by Derek Taylor, Moshe Y. Miller and Derek Taylor (Article)

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Prologue, Mordecai Paldiel, Arnold Douwes, Bob Moore, and Johannes Houwink ten Cate (Book Chapter)

Historical Causation in Medieval Approaches to the Reasons for Biblical Commandments, Michael Shmidman (Presentation)

Maimonides and Nahmanides on the Utilization of Historical Causation in Interpretation of Biblical Commandments, Michael Shmidman (Presentation)

Maimonides on Free Will, Michael Shmidman (Presentation)

Maimonides on Free Will, Michael Shmidman (Presentation)

Maimonides on Messianism, Michael Shmidman (Presentation)

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"In Hebreo": The Victorine Exegesis of the Bible in the Light of Its Northern-French Jewish Sources., Michael A. Shmidman and Montse Leyra Curiá (Article)

Submissions from 2018

1918 in the Biographies of Lviv Jews, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Beyond Food: What Jews in Hiding Took with Them, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Documentation, Self-Censorship and Early Holocaust Testimonies in Poland, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Encountering Genocide: The Legacy of Civil Resistance against the Nazis, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Family Networks and Surviving the Holocaust in Eastern Europe, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

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Food, Money and Barter in the Lvov Ghetto, Eastern Galicia, Natalia Aleksiun (Book Chapter)

Gender and the Daily Lives of Jews Hiding in Nazi Occupied Eastern Europe During the Holocaust, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Gender Turn in Jewish Studies, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)

Growing up Jewish in Eastern Europe, Natalia Aleksiun (Presentation)