By Erica T. Lehrer,Michael Meng
In a time of nationwide introspection in regards to the country’s involvement within the persecution of Jews, Poland has began to reimagine areas of and for Jewishness within the Polish panorama, no longer as a kind of nostalgia yet on the way to inspire the pluralization of up to date society. The essays during this e-book discover problems with the recovery, restitution, memorializing, and tourism that experience introduced current population into touch with projects to restore Jewish websites. They exhibit that an emergent Jewish presence in either city and rural landscapes exists in clash and collaboration with different remembered minorities, accomplishing complicated negotiations with neighborhood, neighborhood, nationwide, and overseas teams and pursuits. With its emphasis on areas and equipped environments, this quantity illuminates the position of the cloth global within the advanced stumble upon with the Jewish prior in modern Poland.
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Jewish Space in Contemporary Poland by Erica T. Lehrer,Michael Meng