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Jews and Anti-Semitism in the Balkans
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Knjiga prinaša osem prispevkov z mednarodne konference Jews and Anti-semitism in the Balkans (Judje in antisemitizem na Balkanu), ki je potekala na Bledu od 20. do 24. oktobra 2002. Avtorji tematizirajo vrsto socialnih aspektov sodobnega antisemitizma. Večinoma se osredotočajo na detajlne zgodovinske orise in analize aktualne situacije Judov in javnega, državnega in stereotipnega antisemitizma znotraj nacionalnih okvirov držav na Balkanu. Zlasti podrobno je obdelan čas po padcu komunističnih režimov.

Kazalo vsebine

Foreword

Ivo Goldstein (Zagreb): Types of Anti-Semitism on the Territory of Former Yugoslavia (1918–2000)

Oto Luthar and Irena Šumi (Ljubljana): Living in metaphor: Jews and Anti-Semitism in Slovenia

Vladimir Paunovsky (Sofia): Anti-Semitism in Bulgaria – Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

Panayiota Andrianopoulou (Athens): The Existence of Absence. Jewish Presence in Veroia through Memories and Narratives of Christian Inhabitants

Béla Rásky (Budapest): A Story Differently Told, Remembered and Constructed: Jews and Anti-Semitism in 20th century Hungary

Hildrun Glass (München): Romanian Jews in the Early Years of Communist Rule. Notes on the Myth of “Jewish Communism"

Michael Shafir (Prague): Memory, Memorials and Membership: Romanian Utilitarian Anti-Semitism and Marshall Antonescu

Mariana Karadjova (Geneva): Restitution of Jewish Property in Eastern Europe

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Založnika

Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Center for Slavic Languages and Literatures • Založba ZRC

Izdajatelj

Uprava ZRC

ISBN

961-6500-31-7

Specifikacija

trda vezava • 17 × 25 cm • 152 strani

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