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. 19 (Oxford, 2007), 73–77. 33. Zgoda, October 31, 1888; Daily Calumet (Chicago
), February 22, 1896; Dziennik Ludowy (hereafter DzL), May 7, 1907. 34. DzC ...
Author: Dominic A. Pacyga
Every May, a sea of 250,000 people decked out in red and white head to Chicago's Loop to celebrate the Polish Constitution Day Parade. In the city, you can tune in to not one but four different Polish-language radio stations or jam out to the Polkaholics. You can have lunch at pierogi food trucks or pick up pączkis at the grocery store. And if you're lucky, you get to take off work for Casimir Pulaski Day. For more than a century, Chicago has been home to one of the largest Polish populations outside of Poland, and the group has had enormous influence on the city's culture and politics. Yet, until now, there has not been a comprehensive history of the Chicago Polonia. With American Warsaw, award-winning historian and Polish American Dominic A. Pacyga chronicles more than a century of immigration, and later emigration back to Poland, showing how the community has continually redefined what it means to be Polish in Chicago. He takes us from the Civil War era until today, focusing on how three major waves of immigrants, refugees, and fortune seekers shaped and then redefined the Polonia. Pacyga also traces the movement of Polish immigrants from the peasantry to the middle class and from urban working-class districts dominated by major industries to suburbia. He documents Polish Chicago's alignments and divisions: with other Chicago ethnic groups; with the Catholic Church; with unions, politicians, and city hall; and even among its own members. And he explores the ever-shifting sense of Polskość, or "Polishness." Today Chicago is slowly being eclipsed by other Polish immigrant centers, but it remains a vibrant--and sometimes contentious--heart of the Polish American experience. American Warsaw is a sweeping story that expertly depicts a people who are deeply connected to their historical home and, at the same time, fiercely proud of their adopted city. As Pacyga writes, "While we were Americans, we also considered ourselves to be Poles. In that strange Chicago ethnic way, there was no real difference between the two."
Michael Alexeev and Gregory Grossman, “Studies on the Soviet Second
Economy,” Berkeley-Duke Occasional ... 5. Ibid., vol. 3, 6. 6. Ibid., 33. 7. Gennady
Estraikh, “The Soviet Shtetl in the 1920's,” Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry 17 (2004
Author: Kenneth Lipartito
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
Observers see free markets, the relentless pursuit of profit, and the unremitting drive to commodify everything as capitalism's defining characteristics. These most visible economic features, however, obscure a range of other less evident, often unmeasured activities that occur on the margins and in the concealed corners of the formal economy. The range of practices in this large and diverse hidden realm encompasses traders in recycled materials and the architects of junk bonds and shadow banking. It includes the black and semi-licit markets that allow wealthy elites to avoid taxes and the unmeasured domestic and emotional labor of homemakers and home care workers. By some estimates, the unmeasured economic activity that occurs within the household, informal market, and underground economy amounts to a substantial portion of all economic activity in the world, as much as 30 percent in some countries. Capitalism's Hidden Worlds sheds new light on this shadowy economic landscape by reexamining how we think about the market. In particular, it scrutinizes the missed connections between the official, visible realm of exchange and the uncounted and invisible sectors that border it. While some hidden markets emerged in opposition to the formal economy, much of the obscured economy described in this volume operates as the other side of the legitimate, state-sanctioned marketplace. A variety of historical actors—from fortune tellers and forgers to tax lawyers and black market consumers—have constructed this unseen world in tandem with the observable public world of transactions. Others, such as feminist development economists and government regulators, have worked to bring the darkened corners of the economy to light. The essays in Capitalism's Hidden Worlds explore how the capitalist marketplace sustains itself, how it acquires legitimacy and even prestige, and how the marginalized and the dispossessed find ways to make ends meet. Contributors: Bruce Baker, Eileen Boris, Eli Cook, Hannah Frydman, James Hollis, Owen Hyman, Anna Kushkova, Christopher McKenna, Kenneth Mouré, Philip Scranton, Bryan Turo.
between Poles and Jews in Chicago, 1900–1930,” Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry
19 (2007): 117–33, esp. table 1. 2. See F. Niklewicz, Historja Polaków w Stanie
Illinois (Green Bay, WI: n.p., 1938), 4, 33. 3. Kruszka, History of ... 2 (July–
December 1961): 100–106; Sacrum Poloniae Millennium, vol. 6, The
Contribution of the ...
Author: John Radzilowski
Category: Chicago (Ill.)
"This short, clear, and comprehensive history of Poles in the state of Illinois from 1818 to the present shows a rich story of diversity and the changing nature of Polish ethnicity in the state over the past 200 years"--
34 Jerzy Holzer , Enlightment , Assimilation , and Modern Identity : The Jewish
Élite in Galicia , in : Israel Bartal / Antony Polonsky ( Hrsg . ) , Polin . Studies in Polish Jewry . Volume 12 , Focusing on Aspects and Experiences of Religion ...
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Alexander B. Rossino, “Polish 'Neighbors' and German Invaders: Anti-Jewish
Violence in the Bialystok District during the Opening Weeks of Operation
Barbarossa,” Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry 16 (2003), pp. 441–42. 158. Polonsky
Author: Saul Friedlander
Publisher: Hachette UK
The second and concluding volume of the definitive two-volume account of the Holocaust With THE YEARS OF EXTERMINATION, Friedlander completes his work on Nazi Germany and the Jews. The book describes and interprets the history of the persecution and murder of the Jews throughout occupied Europe. The implementation of German extermination policies and measures depended on the submissiveness of political authorities, the assistance of local police forces and the passivity or co-operation of the populations, primarily of their political and spiritual elites. The implementation also depended on the readiness of the victimes to submit to orders, often with the hope of modifying them or surviving long enough to escape the German vice. This multifaceted representation - at all levels and in all different places - enhances the perception of the magnitude, complexity and interrelatedness of the multiple components of this history. Based on a vast variety of documents and an overwhelming choir of voices, Friedlander manages to avoid domesticating the memory of unparalleled and horrific events. The convergence of these various aspects gives THE YEARS OF EXTERMINATION its unique aulity. In this work the history of the Holocaust has found its definitive representation.
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Nazi Rule in Poland Under the General Government Martin Winstone. 14. ... of
Ukrainian nationalist movements: John A. Armstrong, Ukrainian Nationalism (
New York, 1963), 18–25, 33–45. 19. Quoted in Andrzej Żbikowski, 'Why did Jews
welcome the Soviet Armies? ... Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry, Volume 13:
Author: Martin Winstone
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
After the German attack on Poland in 1939, vast swathes of Polish territory, including Warsaw and Krakow, were occupied by the Nazis in an administration which became known as the 'General Government'. The region was not directly incorporated into the Third Reich but was ruled by a German regime, headed by the brutal and corrupt Governor General Hans Frank. This was indeed the dark heart of Hitler's empire. As the first genuine Nazi colony, the General Government became the principal 'racial laboratory' of the Third Reich. As such, it was the site, and main source of victims, of Aktion Reinhard, the largest killing operation in human history in which at least 1.7 million Jews were murdered in just 18 months, and of a campaign of terror, exploitation and ultimately ethnic cleansing against the Polish population which was intended to serve as a template for the rest of eastern Europe. It was a place where 42,000 people could be shot in two days, where thousands of children could be abducted from their families, never to see their homeland again, and where guidebooks could invite German tourists to enjoy the culture and nightlife of cities that were 'now free of Jews'. This book provides a thorough history of the Nazi occupation regime and the experiences of the Poles, Jews and others who were trapped in its clutches. Employing sources ranging from diaries and testimony to previously underused material such as travel guides and poetry, Martin Winstone provides a unique insight into the occupation regime which dominated much of Poland during World War II with such disastrous consequences.
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43,51; and Yaakov Mazor, “The Badkhn in Contemporary Hasidic Society: Social,
Historical, and Musical Observations,” Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry 16 (2003).
Author: Kambiz GhaneaBassiri
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
All Religion Is Inter-Religion analyses the ways inter-religious relations have contributed both historically and philosophically to the constructions of the category of “religion” as a distinct subject of study. Regarded as contemporary classics, Steven M. Wasserstrom's Religion after Religion (1999) and Between Muslim and Jew (1995) provided a theoretical reorientation for the study of religion away from hierophanies and ultimacy, and toward lived history and deep pluralism. This book distills and systematizes this reorientation into nine theses on the study of religion. Drawing on these theses--and Wasserstrom's opus more generally--a distinguished group of his colleagues and former students demonstrate that religions can, and must, be understood through encounters in real time and space, through the complex relations they create and maintain between people, and between people and their pasts. The book also features an afterword by Wasserstrom himself, which poses nine riddles to students of religion based on his personal experiences working on religion at the turn of the twenty-first century.
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Author: Associate Curator for Jewish History Sean Martin, StdPublish On: 2004
Death of the Ideal of Assimilation in the Kingdom of Poland ' , in Polin : Studies in Polish Jewry , Focusing on Galicia : Jews ... the Two World Wars , eds , Yisrael
Gutman et al . , Hanover , NH : University of New England Press , 312 – 33 .
Author: Associate Curator for Jewish History Sean Martin, Std
Category: Social Science
Re-evaluates the way Jews lived among Poles without abandoning their Jewish heritage. By focusing on the history of the Jewish press, schools and other cultural institutions, the book examines how Jews in the same community created varying ethnic and national identities in order to cope with the demands of living in the majority Polish society. Being based on sources in Yiddish, Polish and Hebrew makes the book a thorough study of one of Poland's largest Jewish communities.
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200 families ; and 33 pages of photographs . ... The sequel and companion volume to The Book of Destiny ( reviewed in Dorot , Fall 1996 ) , this book
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The goal of this volume is to investigate examples of transcultural communication processes in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania as well as in the eastern territories of the Polish Crown in the late Middle Ages and early modern period.
Author: Stefan Rohdewald
Publisher: Otto Harrassowitz Verlag
Der Band setzt sich zum Ziel, exemplarisch transkulturelle Kommunikationsprozesse im Grossfurstentum Litauen sowie in den ostlichen Gebieten der polnischen Krone im spaten Mittelalter und in der fruhen Neuzeit zu untersuchen. Die Beitrage richten das Augenmerk auf interkonfessionelle Vorgange, auf trans- oder uberkonfessionelle Interaktion und hybride, heterogene Entwicklungen. Auch Bereiche der ostslavischen bzw. ruthenischen, polnischen, litauischen, armenischen sowie der orthodoxen, unierten, katholischen, judischen und frankistischen Geschichte, die sich auf den ersten Blick von zwischenethnischen oder interkonfessionellen Interaktionsfeldern isoliert hielten, werden neu beleuchtet. Der Band fuhrt internationale Spezialisten zu Adel, Stadt, Kirche und Klerus, Kult, Gesang sowie Malerei zusammen und gibt Einblicke in die jeweiligen Forschungswerkstatten. The goal of this volume is to investigate examples of transcultural communication processes in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania as well as in the eastern territories of the Polish Crown in the late Middle Ages and early modern period. The essays focus on interconfessional contacts, trans- and supraconfessional interactions, and hybrid, heterogenous developments. In addition, fi elds of east Slavic, Ruthenian, Polish, Lithuanian, Armenian, as well as Orthodox, Uniate, Catholic, Jewish, and Frankist history, which might seem at fi rst glance isolated from interethnic or interconfessional fields of interaction, will be examined anew. The volume presents the work of international specialists on nobility, city, Church and clergy, liturgy, hymnography, as well as painting, and it offers insight into the respective research workshops.
Gringauz, Samuel, “Jewish National Autonomy in Lithuania (1918–1925)”, Jewish Social Studies, Vol. ... A British Jew, and Jewish Relations with the New Poland: The Making of the Polish Minorities Treaty of 1919", Polin, Vol.8 (1994),