Sociopolitical and historical aspects of developing the modern jewish community in Ukraine: the european context
Sociopolitical and historical aspects of developing the modern Jewish community in Ukraine: European context : monograph. Authors team: Podolskyi A. (head of the authors team), Hon M., Zhuravel P., Ivchyk N., Kozerod O., Levitas F., Popova K., Ramazanov Sh., Tуaglyy M., Turov I. Kyiv : Kuras Institute of Political and Ethnic Studies of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, 2022. 376 p.
Суспільно-політичні та історичні аспекти розвитку сучасної єврейської громади України: європейський контекст : монографія. Київ : ІПіЕнД ім. І. Ф. Кураса НАН України, 2022. 376 с. Авторський колектив: Подольський А. Ю. (керівник), Гон М. М., Журавель П. О., Івчик Н. С., Козерод О. В., Левітас Ф. Л., Попова К. В., Рамазанов Ш. Ш., Тяглий М. І., Туров І. В.
The proposed scientific work is an attempt to identify and analyze the main sociopolitical and historical aspects of the development of the modern Jewish community in Ukraine, as well as to highlight the main prospects for its development in the nearest future in the context of Ukraine’s European path of progress. The study was conducted by the Center of Jewish History and Culture of Kuras Institute of Political and Ethnic Studies of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and was supported by scientists from other scientific institutions. The monograph reveals the development of Hasidism at the present stage, the historical fate of Krymchaks, the peculiarities of the complex memorialization of Babyn Yar, the relationship between Jewish communities in European Union countries and national governments, the possibility of borrowing this experience and applying it in Ukrainian realities and others. The collective monograph is intended for political scientists, historians, humanities students, and anyone interested in research in the field of Ukrainian Judaic studies.
Foreword (A. Yu. Podolskyi, O. V. Kozerod)
Chapter 1. Socio-political activity of the Jewish community of Europe and peculiarities of the policies of the governments of the continent on the “Jewish question”: 2014–2021 (Kozerod O. V.)
Chapter 2. Concepts of the revolutionary transformation of the Jewish community of the leading leaders of the movements of Orthodox Judaism of the new time: Hasidic tzaddik Chaim Elazar Shapira and Rabbi Avraham Cook (I. V. Turov)
Chapter 3. Self-identification and ethnology of the Krymchaks (on the example of the personal letters of Evsei Isaakovich Peysakh, as a historical source) (Zhuravel P. O.)
Chapter 4. Away from Jewish Heritage? Survival strategies of the Krymchaks during the Holocaust and its influence on the formation of group identity in the post-war USSR (M. I. Tyaglyy)
Chapter 5. Memory of the Other as an imperative for the formation of general cultural competence of the individual (Hon M.M., Popova K.V.)
Chapter 6. The other in the memory disposition “We”/”They” (Rivne case) (Hon M. M., Ivchyk N. S.)
Chapter 7. Comprehensive studies on the history of the Holocaust in Ukraine and commemorative discussions and practices: the problem of mutual influence, trends and perspectives (A. Yu. Podolskyi)
Chapter 8. 80 years of the Babyn Yar tragedy: anthology, diaries, memory (F. L. Levitas, Sh. Sh. Ramazanov)
Chapter 9. Gender-motivated violence during the Holocaust (N. Ivchyk)
Chapter 10. On the issue of the concept of complex memorialization of Babyn Yar: historical contexts and political challenges (A. Yu. Podolskyi)
Afterword (A. Yu. Podolskyi)