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Polin

POLIN. Studies in Polish Jewry has been published since 1986. POLIN is a volume of scholarly papers under the general editorship of Professor Antony Polonsky of Brandeis University. Since 1994 the series has been published on its behalf by the Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, and since 1998 the publication has been linked with the American Association for Polish-Jewish Studies. In March 2000 the series was honoured with a National Jewish Book Award for the Jewish POLIN: Studies in Polish Jewry has been published since 1986. Each volume of POLIN contains scholarly papers under the general editorship of Professor Antony Polonsky of Brandeis University. Since 1994 the series has been published on the Institute’s behalf by the Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, and since 1998 has been linked with the American Association for Polish-Jewish Studies. In March 2000 Polin was honoured with a National Jewish Book Award by the Jewish Book Council in the United States.

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Polin. Vol. 28

Polin. Vol. 28.
Jewish Writing in Poland

Polin. Vol. 27

Polin. Vol. 27.
Jews in the Kingdom of Poland, 1815–1918

Polin. Vol. 26

Polin. Vol. 26.
Jews and Ukrainians

Polin. Vol. 25

Polin. Vol. 25.
Jews in the former Grand Duchy of Lithuania since 1772


Polin. Vol. 24

Polin. Vol. 24.
Jews and their Neighbours in Eastern Europe since 1750

Polin. Vol. 23

Polin. Vol. 23.
Jews in Kraków

Polin. Vol. 22

Polin. Vol. 22.
Social and Cultural Boundaries in Pre-Modern Poland

Polin. Vol. 21

Polin. Vol. 21.
1968: Forty Years After

Polin. Vol. 20

Polin. Vol. 20.
Making Holocaust Memory

Polin. Vol. 19

Polin. Vol. 19.
Polish-Jewish Relations in North America

Polin. Vol. 18

Polin. Vol. 18.
Jewish Women in Eastern Europe

Polin. Vol. 17

Polin. Vol. 17.
The Shtetl: Myth and Reality in Pre-Modern Poland

Polin. Vol. 16

Polin. Vol. 16.
Jewish Popular Culture in Poland and its Afterlife

Polin. Vol. 15

Polin. Vol. 15.
Jewish Religious Life, 1500-1900

Polin. Vol. 14

Polin. Vol. 14.
Jews in the Polish Borderlands

Polin. Vol. 13

Polin. Vol. 13.
The Holocaust and its Aftermath

Index to Volumes 1-12

Index to Volumes 1-12.

Polin. Vol. 12

Polin. Vol. 12.
Galicia: Jews, Poles, and Ukrainians, 1772-1918

Polin. Vol. 11

Polin. Vol. 11.
Aspects and Experiences of Religion

Polin. Vol. 10

Polin. Vol. 10.
Jews in Early Modern Poland

Polin. Vol. 9

Polin. Vol. 9.
Jews, Poles, Socialists: The Failure of an Idea

Polin. Vol. 8

Polin. Vol. 8.
Jews in Independent Poland 1918-1939

From Shtetl to Socialism

From Shtetl to Socialism.
Studies from Polin

Polin. Vol. 7

Polin. Vol. 7.
Jewish Life in Nazi-Occupied Warsaw

Polin. Vol. 6

Polin. Vol. 6.
Jews in Łódź

Polin. Vol. 5

Polin. Vol. 5.
New Research, New Views

Polin. Vol. 4

Polin. Vol. 4.
Poles and Jews: Perceptions and Misperceptions

Polin. Vol. 3

Polin. Vol. 3.
The Jews of Warsaw

Polin. Vol. 2

Polin. Vol. 2.
Jews and the Emerging Polish State

Polin. Vol. 1

Polin. Vol. 1.
Poles and Jews: Renewing the Dialogue

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