Jews of Russia & Eastern Europe and Their Legacy* (Series)

Series Editor: Maxim D. Shrayer (Boston College)

Editorial Board:

  • Karel Berkhoff (NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies)
  • Jeremy Hicks (Queen Mary University of London)
  • Brian Horowitz (Tulane University)
  • Luba Jurgenson (Universite ParisIV—Sorbonne)
  • Roman Katsman (Bar-Ilan University)
  • Dov-Ber Kerler (Indiana University)
  • Vladimir Khazan (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
  • Alice Nakhimovsky (Colgate University)
  • Antony Polonsky (Brandeis University)
  • Jonathan D. Sarna (Brandeis University)
  • David Shneer (University of Colorado at Boulder) (deceased)
  • Anna Shternshis (University of Toronto)
  • Leona Toker (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
  • Mark Tolts (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

“Jews of Russia & Eastern Europe and Their Legacy” examines the Jewish experience in Russia and Eastern Europe by exploring various intersections of Jewish Studies and Russian/Soviet/East European Studies in literature, history, philosophy, the visual arts, music, cinema, and cultural anthropology. The volumes in “Jews of Russia & Eastern Europe and Their Legacy” include, but are not limited to, studies that focus on an individual or a group of individuals, period, movement, institution, event, or aspect of daily life among Russian/Soviet and East European Jews and their descendants the world over.

The series is published with the support of Boston College.

* Prior to 2013, the series was edited by Harriet Murav and titled “Borderlines: Russian and East European-Jewish Studies”