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Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry, vol. 18, Jewish Women in Eastern Europe.

1874774935

Polin; studies in Polish Jewry; v.18: Jewish women in Eastern Europe.

Ed. by Chaeran Freeze et al.

Littman Libr./Jewish Civiliz.

2005

470 pages

$29.95

Paperback

The Littman Library of Jewish Civilization

DS135

In a major contribution to this developing field, Freeze (East European Jewish history, Brandeis U.) presents a historiographical survey of the study of the place of women in early modern eastern Europe. The volume includes 16 essays presenting diverse views and new research plus an annotated bibliography, book reviews, obituaries, and a glossary of Hebrew and Polish terms. Published for the Institute for Polish-Jewish Studies (Oxford) and the American Association for Polish-Jewish Studies (Brandeis).

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