Tabachnikova, Olga (2012) Russian Jewish Diaspora and European Culture (1917-1937). BRILL. ISBN 9789004227149
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The Jewish emigration from Russia after the Revolution of 1917 changed the face of Jewish culture in Western Europe. Russian Jews brought with them the visions of a national Jewish literature in Hebrew, Yiddish or Russian, and new concepts of secular Jewish music and art. Often they acted as intermediaries between Jewish centres in Europe, which resulted in the creation of a single sphere of Jewish culture common to all parts of the European diaspora. Although some stayed in Western Europe for only a few years before moving on to Palestine, the budding Hebrew culture in Palestine would not have been the same without this relatively short period of intense contact between Russian Jewish and Western European cultures.
|Subjects:||European languages, literature & related subjects > Slovak studies|
Eastern, Asiatic, African, American & Australasian languages, literature & related subjects > Modern Middle Eastern studies not elsewhere classified
Linguistics, classics & related subjects > Literature in its original language
Linguistics, classics & related subjects > English literature by period
|Schools:||Faculty of Culture & the Creative Industries > School of Languages and Global Studies|
|Deposited By:||Olga Tabachnikova|
|Deposited On:||03 Feb 2015 11:43|
|Last Modified:||17 May 2016 12:51|
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