Bibliography

Jewish Rights, National Rites

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Bibliography

Only sources that appear in the notes are included in the bibliography. Articles from contemporary periodicals are not cited separately.

Archival Collections

American Joint Distribution Committee (JDC NY), New York

Collection 1914-1918, files 143-1 and 143-2

Central State Archives of the Higher Organs of State Government Administration of Ukraine (TsGAVO/TsDAVO), Kiev 

Fond 3261, Poltava region commission for elections to the Ukrainian Constituent Assembly

Central Archive for the History of the Jewish People (CAHJP), Jerusalem

P1, Dubnov Archives

Central State Archives of Public Organizations of Ukraine (TsGAOO/TsDAHO), Kiev

Fond 41, Jewish Nationalist Parties and Organizations

Central State Archives of St. Petersburg (TsGA SPb)

Fond 75, Commissariat for Nationalities Affairs

Central State Historical Archives of St. Petersburg (TsGIA, SPb)

Fond 2049, M. I. Sheftel’ Papers

Fond 2129, Jewish Historical and Ethnographic Society. Records, 1900-1927

Fond 2130, Petrograd Jewish community assembly, 1916-1918

Fond 2132, Petrograd Organizing Committee for Elections to the All-Russian Jewish Congress, 1917

Fond 2134, Evreiskaia starina

Central State Historical Archive of Ukraine, City of Kiev (TsGIA Ukraine-Kiev)

Fond 992, Bramson Archive

Fond 1010, Fridman Papers

Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Science St. Petersburg (IVRAN, SPb)

Fond 86, Tsinberg archive

Jewish National University Library (JNUL), Archive and Manuscript Division, Jerusalem

Collection 40 1416, Meir Kreinin memoirs

Collection 40 1068, Ahad Ha‘am correspondence

Russian State Historical Archive (RGIA), St. Petersburg

Fond 1565, Central Committee of the Union for the Attainment of Full Rights for the Jews in Russia

State Archives of the Russian Federation (GARF), Moscow

Fond 102, MVD, Department politsii (files of the secret police)

Fond 9528, All-Russian Jewish Congress

YIVO Institute for Jewish Research (YIVO), New York

Record Group 30, Revolutionary Russia and the USSR

Record Group 87, Simon Dubnov Archive (a subsection of Tcherikower archive, Record Groups 80-89)

Record Group 208, Zhitlovsky archive

Record Group 348, Wolf/Mowshowitch archive

Record Group 360, Shmuel Niger (Charney) archive

Record Group 1400, Bund archive


Transcripts and Organizational Publications

(Party Platforms, Organizational Reports, Electoral Rules etc. Party platforms republished by ROSSPEN and other publishers are listed in Other Publications)

80 Years of ORT: Historical Materials, Documents and Reports. Geneva: ORT Union, 1960.

Comité des délégations juives. The Pogroms in the Ukraine under the Ukrainian Governments (1917-1920): Historical Survey with Documents and Photographs. London: Bale, sons & Danielsson, 1927.

Evreiskoe naselenie Rossii po dannym perepisi 1897 g. i po noveishim istochnikam. Petrograd: Evreiskoe Statisticheskoe Obshchestvo, 1917.

Jewish Colonization Association. Recueil de matériaux sur la situation économique des Israélites de Russie. Paris: Alcan, 1906.

_____. Sbornik materialov ob ekonomicheskom polozhenii Evreev v Rossii. St. Petersburg: n.p.; 1904.

_____Séances du Conseil d’administration: proces-verbaux. Vol. 6, 1914. 

The Jews in the Eastern War Zone. New York: American Jewish Committee, 1916.

Konovalov, V. S., V. V. Kriven’kii, A. A. Tverdokhleb, et al. eds. Programmnye dokumenty natsional’nikh politicheskikh partii i organizatsii rossii (konets XIX v. – 1917 g.). Sbornik dokumentov. Moscow: Rossiiskaia Akademiia Nauk institute nauchnoi informatsii po obshchestvennym naukam, 1996.

Otchet Tsentral’nago Evreiskago Komiteta pomoshchi zhertvam voiny s nachala deiatel’nosti (August 1914 goda po 30-e Iunia 1917 goda. Petrograd: 1918.

“Polozhenie o vyborakh v Uchreditel’noe Sobranie: S Nakaza, raspisaniia chisla chlenov Uchreditel’nogo Sobraniia i postanovlenii Vremennogo Pravitel’stva.” (Izdannie Vserossiiskoi po delam o vyborakh v Uchreditel’noe Sobranie Komissii). Petrograd: Gosudarstennaia Tipografiia, 1917.

Proekt platformy Evreiskogo Demokraticheskogo Ob”edineniia. Petrograd: Organizatsionnogo Komiteta Evreiskogo Demokraticheskogo Ob”edineniia, 1917.

Protokoll über die Verhandlungen des Gesamstparteitages der sozialdemokratischen Arbeiterpartei un Österreich. Vienna: n.p., 1899.

Protokoly tret’ego delegatskogo s”ezda Soiuza dostizheniia. St. Petersburg: Tsentral'nyi komit. obsh. polnopr. Evreisk. Naroda v Rossii.1906.

Rapport sur la Question Juive: Présenté par M. Vinaver Ancien Député à la Douma au nom du Comité Central du Parti Constitutional-Démocrate à la conference des délégués du parti et de son groupe parliamentaire Tenue à Moscou les 19 et 21 Juin 1915. Paris: Ligue pour la defense des Juifs opprimés, n.d. 

Reports Received by the Joint Distribution Committee of Funds for Jewish War Sufferers. New York: 1916.

Soveshchanie evreiskikh obshchestvennykh deiatelei v g. Kovne 19-22 Noiabria 1909 g.: Stenograficheskii otchet. St. Petersburg: Ekaterinogfskoe Pechatnoe Delo, 1910.

 “Volkspartei. ‘Evreiskaia Narodnaia Partiia.’” St. Petersburg: Ts. Kraiz, 1907.

 

Contemporary Periodicals

The American Hebrew (1929)

He-‘Atid (1912)

Byloe (1906)

Delo pomoshchi (1916-1917)

Deutsche Worte (1899)

Evreiskii golos (1907)

Evreiskii izbiratel’ (1906-1907)

Evreiskii mir (1909-1911)

Evreiskii narod (1906)

Evreiskaia nedelia (1910)

Evreiskaia mysl’ (1906-1907)

Evreiskaia starina (1909)

Evreiskaia zhizn’ (1906-1906, 1916-1917)

Dos folk (1917)

Der Fraynd (1907)

Glos zydowski (1906)

Haynt (1915)

Helsingin Sanomat (1906)

Hufvudstadsbladet (1906)

Izvestiia (1917)

Jewish Chronicle (1918)

Khronika evreiskoi zhizni (1906)

Kotimaa (1906)

New York Times (1915-1916)

Novyi put’ (1916)

Novyi voskhod (1915)

Perezhitoe (1908)

Pomoshch (1915)

Rassvet (1907-1919)

Rech’ (1917)

Serp (1907-1908)

Svoboda i ravenstsvo (1906-1907)

Tsayt-fragen (1909-1910)

Di tsukunft (1919)

Vestnik evreiskoi obshchiny (1913-1914)

Vestnik obshchestva rasprostraneniia prosveshcheniia mezhdu evreiami v Rossii (1910)

Vestnik trudovoi pomoshchi sredi evreev (1915)

Voskhod (1887-1905)

Vozrozhdenie (1904)

Die Welt (1901)

Wiipuri (1906)

Dos yidishe folksblat (1917)

Di yidishe velt (1912-1913)

Zionist Review (1917) 

 

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Evreiskaia entsiklopedia 16 vols. St. Petersburg: Brokhaus-Efron, 1906-1913.

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Obshchestvennaia mysl’ Rossii XVIII – nachala XX veka. Entsiklopedia. Moscow: ROSSPEN, 2005.   

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YIVO Encyclopedia of Jews in Eastern Europe 2 vols. Edited by Gershon Hundert. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 2010. See also www.yivoencyclopedia.org.

 

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Abramson, Henry. A Prayer for the Government: Ukrainians and Jews in Revolutionary Times, 1917-1920. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1999.    

_____. “Jewish Representation in the Independent Ukrainian Governments of 1917-1920.” Slavic Review 50.3 (1991): 542-550.

Altshuler, Mordechai. “The Attitude of the Communist Party of Russia to Jewish National Survival, 1918-1930.” YIVO Annual of Jewish Social Science 14 (1969): 68-86.

_____. “Ha-Nisayon le-argen kinus kelal-Yehudi be-Rusya ahar ha-Mahpekha.” He-‘Avar 12 (May 1969): 75-89.

_____. “Russia and her Jews: The Impact of the 1914 War.” Weiner Library Bulletin 27 (1973-74): 12-16.

An-sky, S. “Der yudisher hurbn fun Poylen Galitsye un Bukovina fun tog bukh 674-677, 1914-1917.” In Gezamelte shriften vols. 4-6. Edited by S. Ansky. Warsaw: Ferlag An-sky, 1925.           

_____ [Ansky]. The Enemy at His Pleasure: A Journey Through the Jewish Pale of Settlement During World War I. Edited and translated by Joachim Neugroschel. New York: Henry Holt and Co., 2002.

Arkush, Allan. “From Diaspora Nationalism to Radical Diasporism,” Modern Judaism vol. 29.3 (2009): 326-350.

Ascher, Abraham. P. A. Stolypin: The Search for Stability in Late Imperial Russia. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2001.

_____. The Revolution of 1905: Authority Restored. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1992. 

_____. The Revolution of 1905: Russia in Disarray. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1988.

Avrutin, Eugene M. Jews and the Imperial State: Identification Politics in Tsarist Russia. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 2010.

_____ and Harriet Murav. “Introduction.” In Photographing the Jewish Nation: Pictures from S. An-Sky's Ethnographic Expeditions. Edited by Eugene M. Avrutin, Valerii Dymshits, Alexander Ivanov, Alexander Lvov, Harriet Murav and Alla Sokolova, 3-25. Waltham, Mass.: Brandeis University Press, 2009.

_____. “Racial Categories and the Politics of (Jewish) Difference in Late Imperial Russia.” Kritika 8.1 (2007): 13-40.

Bacon, Gershon. “Polish Jews and the Minorities Treaties Obligations, 1925: The View from Geneva (Documents from the League of Nations Archives.” Gal-ed 18 (2002): 145-176. 

_____. The Politics of Tradition: Agudat Yisrael in Poland, 1916-1939. Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 1996.

Baron, Salo W. “Ghetto and Emancipation.” Menorah Journal 14 (1928): 515–26.

_____. The Russian Jew under Tsars and Soviets, 2nd revised edition. New York: MacMillan, 1976.    

_____. A Social and Religious History of the Jews. 18 volumes 2nd edition. New York: Columbia University Press, 1952–1983.

Bartal, Israel. “Autonomie, autonomisme, diasporisme.” In Les juifs et le XXe siècle: dictionnaire critique. Edited by Élie Barnavi and Saul Friedländer, 36-46. Paris: Calmann-Lévy, 2000.

_____. “Dubnov’s Image of Medieval Autonomy.” In A Missionary for History: Essays in Honor of Simon Dubnov. Edited by Kristi Groberg and Avraham Greenbaum, 11-18. Minneapolis, Minn.: University of Minnesota Press, 1998.

_____. “From Corporation to Nation: Jewish Autonomy in Eastern Europe, 1772–1881.” Simon Dubnow Institute Yearbook 5 (2006): 17-31.

_____. The Jews of Eastern Europe, 1772–1881. Translated by Chaya Naor. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2005.

_____. Kozak ve-Bedvi: “Am” ve-“erets” ba-le’umiyut ha-Yehudit. Tel Aviv: Am oved, 2007.

_____. “Responses to Modernity: Haskalah, Orthodoxy, and Nationalism in Eastern Europe.” In Zionism and Religion. Edited by Shmuel Almog, Jehuda Reinharz, and Anita Shapira, 13-24 Hanover, N.H.: University Press of New England, 1998.

Bauer, Otto. The Question of Nationalities and Social Democracy. Translated by Joseph O’Donnell. Minneapolis, Minn.: University of Minnesota Press, 2000.

_____. Natsional’nyi vopros i sotsialdemokratiia. Translated by M. S. Panina. St. Petersburg: SERP, 1909.

Beizer, Mikhail. Evrei Leningrada, 1917-1939: Natsional’naia zhizn i sovetizatsiia. Moscow: Mosty kul’tury, 1999.

_____. “The Petrograd Jewish Obshchina (Kehilla) in 1917.” Jews and Jewish Topics in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe 10 (winter 1989): 5-29.

_____. “Simon Dubnov’s Theory of Autonomism and Its Practicability in the CIS.” In Safra ve-saifa: Shimon Dubnov, historyon ve-ish tsibur. Edited by Avraham Greenbaum, Yisrael Bartal, and Dan Haruv, 87-102 (English side). Jerusalem: Merkaz Zalman Shazar, 2010.

Biale, David. Power and Powerlessness in Jewish History. New York: Random House, 1986.

Biemann, Asher D. “Aesthetic Education in Martin Buber: Jewish Renaissance and the Artist.” In New Perspectives on Martin Buber. Edited by Michael Zank, 85-110. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2006.

Birnbaum, Pierre and Ira Katznelson eds. Paths of Emancipation: Jews, States, and Citizenship. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1995.

Black, Eugene C. “Lucien Wolf and the Making of Poland: Paris, 1919.” Polin 2 (1987): 5-36.

_____. The Social Politics of Anglo-Jewry, 1880-1920. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1988.

Bradley, Joseph. “Voluntary Associations, Civic Culture, and Obshchestvennost' in Moscow.” In Between Tsar and People: Educated Society and the Quest for Public Identity in Late Imperial Russia. Edited by Samuel D. Kassow, James L. West, and Edith W. Clowes, 131-48. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1991. 

Bramson, L. M. K istorii Trudovoi Partii. Trudovaia gruppa pervoi gosudarstvennoi Dumy, 2nd edition. Petrograd: Edinenie, 1917.

Brenner, Michael. Prophets of the Past: Interpreters of Jewish History. Translated by Steven Rendall. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 2010.

Browder, Robert Paul and Alexander F. Kerensky eds. The Russian Provisional Government 1917: Documents vols. 1-3. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1961.

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Brunn, Gerhard, Miroslav Hroch, and Andreas Kappeler. “Introduction.” In The Formation of National Elites. Edited by Andreas Kappeler in collaboration with Firket Adanir and Alan O’Day, 1-12. New York: New York University Press, 1992.

Budnitskii, Oleg. Rossiiskie evrei mezhdu krasnymi i belymi (1917-1920). Moscow: ROSSPEN, 2005. 

_____. “Russian Liberalism in War and Revolution,” Kritika 5.1 (2004): 149-168.

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Chabon, Michael. The Yiddish Policemen’s Union: A Novel. New York: HarperCollins, 2007.

Charnyi, Semen Aleksandrovich. “Evreiskie religioznyie obshchiny i vlast’ v Rossii v period grazdanskoi voiny (1918-1920).” In Mirovoi krizis 1914-1920 godov sud’ba vostochnoevropeiskogo evreistva. Edited by O. V. Budnitskii, 231-38. Moscow: ROSSPEN, 2005.

Cherniavsky, Michael. Prologue to Revolution: Notes of A. N. Iakhontov on the Secret Meeting of the Council of Ministers, 1915. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1967.

Cherikover [Tcherikower], I. M. Istoriia Obshchestva dlia rasprostraneniia prosveshcheniia mezhdu evriami v Rossii1863-1913. St. Petersburg: n.p., 1913.

Conroy, Mary Schaeffer. Peter Arkad’evich Stolypin: Practical Politics in Late Tsarist Russia. Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, 1976.

_____. “Stolypin’s Attitude Toward Local Self-Government,”  Slavonic and East European Review 46.107 (1968): 446-61.

Crews, Robert D. For Prophet and Tsar: Islam and Empire in Russia and Central Asia. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2006.

Dando, William A. “A Map of the Election to the Russian Constituent Assembly of 1917.” Slavic Review 25.2 (June 1966): 314-319.

Dazerson, M. “Dukhovnii oblik O. O. Gruzenberga (1866-1941).” In Evreiskii Mir: Sbornik 1944 goda. New York: Union of Russian Jews, 1944. Reprint, Jerusalem: Gesharim/Mosty kultury, 2001.

Dekel-Chen, Jonathan. Farming the Red Land: Jewish Agricultural Colonization and Local Soviet Power, 1924-1941. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 2005.

Deutsch, Nathaniel. The Jewish Dark Continent: Life and Death in the Russian Pale of Settlement. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2011.

_____. “When Culture Became the New Torah: Late Imperial Russia and the Discovery of Jewish Culture.” Jewish Quarterly Review 102.3 (summer 2012): 455-73.

Dinur, Benzion. Be-mifne ha-dorot: mehkarim ve-'iyunim be-reshitam shel ha-zemanim ha-hadashim be-toldot Yisrael. Jerusalem: Mosad Bialik, 1955.

Doctorow, Gilbert S. “The Government Program of 17 October 1905.” Russian Review 34.2 (April 1975): 123-36.

Dohrn, Verena. “State and Minorities. The First Lithuanian Republic and S. M. Dubnov’s Concept of Cultural Autonomy.” In The Vanished World of Lithuanian Jews, 155-173. Edited by Alvydas Nikžentaitis, Stefan Schreiner, and Darius Staliūnas. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2004.

Donald, Moira. Marxism and Revolution: Karl Kautsky and the Russian Marxists, 1900-1924. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1993.

Drahomanov, Mykhalo. “Free Union: Draft of a Ukrainian Political and Social Program.” In The Annals of the Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the U.S. vol. 2, “Mykhaylo Drahomanov: A Symposium and Selected Writings.” Edited by Ivan L. Rudnytsky, 193-205. New York, 1952.

Dubnov, Simon. “Autonomismus.” Jüdisches Lexikon (Berlin, 1927), 1:615-617.

_____. Chego khotiat evrei. Petrograd: Muravei, 1917.

_____. Fun “zhargon” tsu Yidish un andere artiklen: literarish zikhroynes. Vilna: B. Kletskin, 1929.   

_____ [Dubnow]. History of the JewsFrom Cromwell’s Commonwealth to the Napoleonic Era vol. 3. Translated by Moshe Spiegel. South Brunswick, N.J.: A. S. Barnes, 1973.

_____ [Dubnow]. History of the Jews: From the Congress of Vienna to the Emergence of Hitler  vol. 5. Translated by Moshe Spiegel. South Brunswick, N.J.: A. S. Barnes, 1973.

_____ [Dubnow]. History of the Jews in Russia and Poland, vol 1. From the Earliest Times until the Present Day. Translated by Israel Friedlaender. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1916.

_____ [Dubnow]. Jewish History: An Essay in the Philosophy of History. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1903. 

_____. Kniga zhizni: Vospominaniia i razmyshleniia, materialy dlia istorii moego vremeni. St. Petersburg: Peterburgskoe Vostokovedenie. Jewish University in Moscow/Russian National Library, 1998.

_____ [Doubnov]. Lettres sur le judaïsme ancien et nouveau. Translated, edited, and annotated by Renée Poznanski. Paris: Editions du cerf, 1989.

_____ and G. Ia. Krasnyi-Admoni. Materialy dlia istorii antievreiskikh pogromov v Rossii. 2 vols. Petrograd: Jewish Historical-Ethnographic Society, 1919-1923.

_____. Mikhtavim ‘al ha-Yahadut ha-yeshana veha-khadasha. Translated by Avraham Levinson. Tel Aviv: Hotsa’at ha-Hoker, 1937.

_____ [Dubnow]. Nationalism and History: Essays on Old and New Judaism. Edited by Koppel S. Pinson. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1958. Reprint, New York: Atheneum Books, 1970.    

_____. Ob izuchenii istorii russkikh evreev i ob uchrezhdenii russko-evreiskogo istoricheskogo obshchestva. St. Petersburg: A. E. Landau, 1891.

_____. Pis’ma o starom i novom evreistvie (1897-1907). St. Petersburg: Obshchestvennaia Pol’za, 1907.

_____. Toldot ha-Hasidut. Tel Aviv: Devir, 1930.

_____. “Zhitlovskis avtonomizm.” Zshitlovski-zamlbukh: gevidmet Dr. Hayim Zshitlovski zu zayn zekhtsiktsn geburstog. Warsaw: Fraynt, Haveryim, Talmidim, 1929.

Dubnov-Erlich, Sophie. The Life and Work of S. M. Dubnov: Diaspora Nationalism and Jewish History. Translated by Judith Vowles, edited by Jeffrey Shandler. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1991.

Dymshits, Valerii. “The First Jewish Museum.” In Photographing the Jewish Nation: Pictures from S. An-Sky's Ethnographic Expeditions. Edited by Eugene M. Avrutin, Valerii Dymshits, Alexander Ivanov, Alexander Lvov, Harriet Murav and Alla Sokolova, 191-97. Waltham, Mass.: Brandeis University Press, 2009.

Elon, Amos. The Pity of It All: A Portrait of the German-Jewish Epoch, 1743-1933. New York: Picador, 2002.

Emmons, Terence. The Formation of Political Parties and the First National Elections in Russia. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1983.

_____ and Wayne S. Vucinich eds. The Zemstvo in Russia: An Experiment in Local Self-Government. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1982.

Engel, Iuly (Yoel). “Jewish Folksongs: The Ethnographic Expedition.” In The Upward Flight: The Musical World of S. An-sky. Addendum to The Worlds of S. An-sky: A Russian Jewish Intellectual at the Turn of the Century. Edited by Gabriella Safran and Steven J. Zipperstein, 4-6. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2006. 

Engelstein, Laura. Moscow 1905: Working-Class Organization and Political Conflict. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1982.

_____. Slavophile Empire: Imperial Russia's Illiberal Path. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 2009. 

Estraikh, Gennady. “Building a Jewish Economy: The Last Decade of the Russian Empire.” In Educating for Life: New Chapters in the History of ORT. Edited by Rachel Bracha, Adi Drori-Avraham, and Geoffrey Yantian, 51-65. London: World ORT, 2010. 

_____. “A Quest for Integration: Nikolai Bakst and ‘His’ ORT, 1880-1904.” In Educating for Life: New Chapters in the History of ORT. Edited by Rachel Bracha et al., 26-39. London: World ORT, 2010.

Etkes, Immanuel. “The Study of Hasidism: Past Trends and New Directions.” In Hasidism Reappraised. Edited by Ada Rapoport-Albert, 447-64. London: Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, 1996.

Ettinger, Shmuel. “Hasidism and the Kahal in Eastern Europe.” In Hasidism Reappraised. Edited by Ada Rapoport-Albert, 64–75. London: Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, 1996.

_____. “The Jews in Russia at the Outbreak of the Revolution.” In The Jews in Soviet Russia Since 1917, 3rd editionEdited by Lionel Kochan, 14-28. Oxford: Published for the Institute of Jewish Affairs by Oxford University Press, 1978.

Everett, Leila P. “The Rise of Jewish National Politics in Galicia, 1905-1907.” In Nationbuilding and the Politics of Nationalism: Essays on Austrian Galicia. Edited by Andrei S. Markovits and Frank E. Sysyn, 149-177. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1982.

Evreiskii Mir: Sbornik 1944 goda. New York: Union of Russian Jews, 1944. Reprint, Jerusalem: Gesharim/Mosty kultury, 2001.

Fallows, Thomas. “Politics and the War Effort in Russia: The Union of Zemstvos and the Organization of the Food Supply, 1914–1916.” Slavic Review 37.1 (March 1978): 70-90.

Feinberg, Nathan. La question des minorités à la conférence de la paix de 1919-1920 et l'action juive en faveur de la protection internationale des minorités. Paris: Rousseau, 1929.

Feiner, Shmuel. Haskalah and History: The Emergence of a Modern Jewish Historical Consciousness. Oxford: Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, 2002.

Fink, Carole. Defending the Rights of Others: The Great Powers, the Jews, and International Minority Protection, 1878-1938. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2004.

Finkel, Stuart. On the Ideological Front: The Russian Intelligentsia and the Making of the Public Sphere. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 2007.

Finkelstein, Louis. Jewish Self-Government in the Middle Ages. New York: Jewish Theological Seminary of America, 1924.

Fishman, David E. The Rise of Modern Yiddish Culture. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2005.

_____. “The Bund and Modern Yiddish Culture.” In The Emergence of Modern Jewish Politics: Bundism and Zionism in Eastern Europe. Edited by Zvi Gitelman, 107-119. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2003. 

_____. “The Politics of Yiddish in Tsarist Russia.” In From Ancient Israel to Modern Judaism: Essays in Honor of Marvin Fox vol. 4. Edited by Jacob Neusner, Ernest Freichs, and Nahum M. Sarna, 155-171. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1989. 

_____. Russia’s First Modern Jews: The Jews of Shklov. New York: New York University Press, 1995. 

Fishman, Joshua A. “Attracting a Following to High-Culture Functions for a Language of Everyday Life: The Role of the Tshernovits Language Conference in the ‘Rise of Yiddish.’” In Never Say Die! A Thousand Years of Yiddish in Jewish Life. Edited by Joshua Fishman, 369-94. The Hague: Walter de Gruyter, 1981.

Frankel, Jonathan. “The Dilemmas of Jewish National Autonomism: the Case of Ukraine 1917-1920.” In Ukrainian-Jewish Relations in Historical Perspective 2nd ed. Edited by Howard Aster and Peter J. Potichnyj, 263-79. Edmonton, Can.: Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, University of Alberta, 1990.

_____. “The Paradoxical Politics of Marginality: Thoughts on the Jewish Situation During the Years 1914-21.” Studies in Contemporary Jewry (1988): 3-21.

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Doctoral Dissertations and Unpublished Papers

Engelstein, Laura. “Against the Grain: Russian Intellectuals in Defense of the Jews.” Paper presented at the AAASS Annual Conference. Boston, 2009.

Gol’din, Semion. “Russkoe evreistvo pod kontrolem tsarskikh voennykh vlastei v gody Pervoi mirovoi voiny.” Ph.D. diss., Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 2005.

Guesnet, François. “De-Corporating the Jews of Europe.” Paper presented at the conference Jewish Politics in Eastern Europe: From Shtadlanut to Mass Parties, at the Center for Studies of the History and Culture of East European Jews. Vilnius, 2007. 

Harcave, Sidney. “Jewish Political Parties and Groups and the Russian State Dumas from 1905-1907.” Ph.D. diss., University of Chicago, 1943.

Karlip, Joshua. “The Center That Could Not Hold: Afn Sheydveg and the Crisis of Diaspora Nationalism.” PhD diss., Jewish Theological Seminary, 2006.

Levin, Vladimir. “Common Problems, Different Solutions: Jewish and Muslim Politics in Late Imperial Russia.” Paper presented at the conference Jews and Muslims in the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union. Munich, 2013.

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