2015, Vol. 42, no. 2-3, Historic Jewish Spaces in Central and Eastern European Cities

Thematic issue

Guest editors: Erika Szívós and Michael L. Miller

  • Erika Szívós, Introduction: Revival of Historic Jewish Spaces in Central and Eastern European Cities 
  • Meltem Ö. Altınöz, The Urban History of the Ottoman Empire in the Nineteenth Century: An Exemplary Study on Galata’s Jewish Congregations 
  • János Mazsu, Jewish Settlement in Prohibited Cities: Jewish Immigration into Debrecen in the Period 1790-1870 
  • Börries Kuzmany, The Rise and Limits of Participation: The Political Representation of Galicia’s Urban Jewry fr om the Josephine Era to the 1914 Electoral Reform
  • Lisa Silverman, Leopoldstadt, Judenplatz, and Beyond: Rethinking Vienna’s Jewish Spaces
  • Monika Murzyn-Kupisz, From “Atlantis” to the Familiar? The Past and Present of Jewish Cracow in the Second Decade of the New Millennium 


  • Peter Barrer, From Nowhere to “Partyslava”: Mediated Images of Bratislava since 1989 
  • Zsófia Lóránd, Exhibiting Rape, Silencing Women: Alaine Polcz in the House of Terror in Budapest 


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