Professor Sasha Senderovich's new translation of David Bergelson's Yiddish novel sheds light on "the death of the shtetl" during the 1920 Russian Civil War.
Galya Diment on the scene in Vitebsk, Marc Chagall's favorite town.
Overview and full schedule of the May 2 research showcase for our five fantastic Graduate Fellows.
How Graduate Fellow Cyrus Rodgers found his way from a Midwest childhood to the complex work of Jewish-Soviet writers like Isaac Babel.
What can the career of a Russian theater legend teach us about Soviet Jewish identity in the period of Israel's establishment?
Grad student Veronica Muskheli muses on museums and their role in Jewish cultural continuity.
How grad student Veronica Muskheli found her way to the White Sea and Russian-Jewish ethnography.
Lenin and Stalin believed that national, cultural consciousness was a necessary part of the Marxist historical timeline