Ab Imperio (2003), 4

Title
Ab Imperio (2003), 4.
Other Titles
The Limits Of Marginality: Jews As Inorodtsy Of Continental Empires


Ed.
Russland/GUS: Dr. Ilja Gerasimov ai@bancorp.ru Dr. Marina Mogilner ai@bancorp.ru USA und Kanada: Sergej Glebov glebov@eden.rutgers.edu Westeuropa: Dr. Alexander Kaplunovski akapluno@yahoo.de Osteuropa: Alexander Semjonov hphsem95@phd.ceu.hu
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Kazan', Russland 2003: Selbstverlag des Herausgebers
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Russia and CIS: Dr. Ilya Gerasimov, Dr. Marina Mogilner, Kazan State University e-mails: office@abimperio.net, marina@abimperio.net USA and Canada: Dr. Serguei Glebov, Rutgers University e-mail: glebov@abimperio.net Western Europe: Dr. Alexander Kaplunovski, Giessen University e-mail: akaplunovski@abimperio.net Eastern Europe: Alexander Semyonov, Central European University e-mail: semyonov@abimperio.net Reviews and Bibliography Editor: Igor Martyniuk, Central European University e-mail: igor.martynyuk@abimperio.net
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Ab Imperio editors are pleased to announce the release of the forth issue of AI in 2003. Ab Imperio is a bilingual (English-Russian) quarterly dedicated to studies of New Imperial History and Nationalism in the post Soviet Space. Materials of this issue written from different disciplinary perspectives (theory, history, sociology, political science, anthropology) address the theme of "THE LIMITS OF MARGINALITY: JEWS AS INORODTSY OF CONTINENTAL EMPIRES" (see below the Table of Contents). International group of contributors of this issue explore various aspects of history of Russian and East European Jewry in the context of multinational empires, suggest new interpretations of Jewish historical and present day experience, and review intellectual debates and historiographic trends in studies of Jewish and imperial history. This issue of the journal is already available online: http://www.abimperio.net
Ab Imperio announces the program of publications for 2004, and new possibilities for ordering AI on line or through authorized distributors, which may be found at the journal's website: http://www.abimperio.net/order
For any inquires, please, contact the editors at: office@abimperio.net, akaplunovski@abimperio.net,
semyonov@abimperio.net or glebov@abimperio.net

(The language of publication is indicated in brackets)

I. Methodology and Theory

From the Editors Jews as an “Imperial Nation”? (RUS/ENG)

Benjamin Nathans The Russian-Jewish Encounter (RUS)

John D. Klier Why Were Russian Jews Not Kaisertreu?(ENG)

Trude Maurer Western Jews? Eastern Jews? Acculturation as a Paradigm of Comparative Jewish History in Germany and Eastern Europe (RUS)

II. History

IMAGINING THE "IMPERIAL JEW"

Zita Medišauskiene“Repulsive, Yet Indispensable:” The Jew as an Alter Ego of the Lithuanian Nobleman in the Mid-Nineteenth Century (RUS)

Vladimir Rabinovich Jewish or Siberian? (RUS)
Anke Hilbrenner Simon Dubnov’s Master Narrative and the Construction of Jewish Collective Memory in the Russian Empire (ENG)

Jeffrey Veidlinger The Historical and Ethnographic Construction of Russian Jewry (ENG)

THE IMPERIAL CITY AS A LOCUS OF JEWISH HISTORY

Natan Meir Varieties of Jewish Philanthropy Among Kiev Jewry, 1859-1914 (RUS)

Gerald Surh The Jews of Ekaterinoslav in 1905 as Seen from Town Hall: Ethnic Relations on an Imperial Frontier (ENG)

David Wolff The Jews of Manchuria: Harbin, 1903-1914 (RUS)

THE EMPIRE GOVERNS ITS JEWS: PARADOXES OF IMPERIAL JEWISH POLITICS

Eugene M. Avrutin The Power of Documentation: Vital Statistics and Jewish Accommodation in Tsarist Russia (ENG)

Albert Kaganovich Russia “Absorbs” its Jews: Imperial Colonization, Jewish Politics, and the Bukhara Jews (RUS)

JEWISH POLITICS, IMPERIAL LEGACIES, AND THE NATION-STATE IDEAL

Ziva Galili The Soviet Experience of Zionism: Importing Soviet Political Culture to Palestine (RUS)

David Shneer Having It Both Ways: Jewish Nation Building and Jewish Assimilation in the Soviet Empire (ENG)

III. Archive

Irina Sergeeva “Going to the Jewish People”: The Ethnographic Expeditions of Semen An-skii in Documents (RUS)

The Correspondence between Baron Gintsburg and S. An-skii on the Ethnographic Expeditions in the Pale of Jewish Settlement (RUS)

IV. Sociology, Ethnology, Political Science

Natalia Iukhneva Russian Jews as a New Subethnos (RUS)

Elena Nosenko “Russian Jews”: A “Real” or “Invented” Community? (RUS)

V. ABC: Empire & Nationalism Studies

Yohanan Petrovsky-Shtern Reconceptualizing the Alien: Jews in Modern Ukrainian Thought (ENG)

VI. Book Reviews Historiography

Historiography

Dennis Eoffe The Jewry and Rus’ in a Rendez Vous of Interethnic Polytheism: Some Peculiar Examples of the Contemporary Historiography of the “Jewish Question” (RUS)

Alexander Pereswetoff-Morath “Simulacra of Hatred”: On the Occasion of an Historiographical Essay by Mr. Dennis Eoffe (on the Material of Early Medieval Russia) (ENG)

Dennis Eoffe A Postscript to the Discussion (RUS)
Vladimir Petrukhin On the Discussion about the Jews in Ancient Russia: National Romanticism and “the Cheshire Cat’s Grin” (RUS)

Reviews

Yohanan Petrovsky-Shtern. Evrei v russkoy armii: 1827-1914 gg. Moskva, Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie, 2003. 555 S. Predmetniy, geograficheskiy, imennoy ukazatel. ISBN: 5-86793-202-8.

Jewish Life in Lithuania. Exhibition catalogue (The Vilna Gaon Jewish State Museum; The Lithuanian Institute of History; The Center for Civic Initiatives; The Textbook Research and Information Centre for Baltic Countries; The Verein Gedenkdienst, Vienna/Vilnius; The Anna Frank House, Amsterdam) / Compiled: Ruta Puisite, Darius Staliunas. Kaunas, 2001. 222 p. Photographs; in English, Lithuanian. ISBN:9986-34-090-X.
Alla Myzelev (ENG)

Robert H. Wiebe, Who We Are, A History of Popular Nationalism (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2002). 268 pp. Bibliography, Index. ISBN: 0-691-09023-8.
Robert Stacy (ENG)

List of Contributors

Miscellaneous

Ab Imperio 2004: Call for Papers

Books for Reviews

Citation
Ab Imperio (2003), 4. in: H-Soz-Kult, 23.02.2004, <www.hsozkult.de/journal/id/zeitschriftenausgaben-1335>.
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