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Книга
Budnitskii O. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012.

Расширенная аннотация при подаче на академическую надбавку.

Russian Jews between the Reds and the Whites - перевод моей монографии «Российские евреи между красными и белыми (1917-1920)» (М.: РОССПЭН, 2005). Книга вышла в издательстве University of Pennsylvania Press, одном из наиболее авторитетных научных издательств США.

Монография включена в индекс Web of Science (c 2012 WoS индексирует книги, вышедшие в научных издательствах), ее полный текст размещен в базе WoS.

О том, что книга вносит в науку, в частности в изучение истории российского еврейства, русской революции и Гражданской войны сказано в рецензиях на англоязычное издание монографии, уже появившихся на страницах американской научной периодики, в том числе в самом цитируемом историческом журнале в мире - American Historical Review и специализированном издании для научных библиотек - Choice. Поэтому лучше процитирую рецензентов:

This is a pathbreaking monograph. Some historians have characterized the devastation inflicted on the Jews of Russia's western borders from 1917 to 1920 as a precursor to the Holocaust. But Budnitskii (National Research Univ. Higher School of Economics, Moscow) sets his sights higher, aiming to write a history of the Jews during the civil war that does not focus exclusively on their suffering. Acknowledging that Russia’s Jews were far from monolithic, Budnitskii casts a broad geographic net and examines multiple social levels. He argues that the Jewish experience was not unique in that Jews, like their neighbors of various ethnicities, were primarily just trying to survive intermittent warfare, political volatility, and widespread banditry; moreover, some Jews were among the perpetrators as well as the victims of violence. Not all Jews responded to the Bolsheviks' ideology of liberation, though many did. To some Jews, the Whites were the rightful caretakers of the revolution--the February Revolution, that is, with its promise of parliamentary democracy. Ironically, Jewish institutions received greater protections under the Whites, despite the virulent anti-Semitic attitudes of some White leaders. (Choice: Current Review for Academic Libraries. August 2012. Vol. 49. No. 11).

Budnitskii provides the most comprehensive account so far of the experiences of Russia’s Jews during the revolution and civil war, and he analyzes the role of the “Jewish Question” across this period. In doing so, he makes a major contribution to the study of Russia’s Jews and of the Russian Revolution more generally...The coverage is exhaustive, with numerous examples based on extensive use of archives in Russia, the United States, the United Kingdom, and France, and shows a firm grasp of the secondary literature in English and Russian. (The American Historical Review. 2013. Vol. 118. No.1)

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Книга
Boykoff J., Brownell S., Burke R. et al. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2019.
Добавлено: 18 октября 2018