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作者 Shtakser, Inna
書名 The making of Jewish revolutionaries in the pale of settlement [electronic resource] : community and identity during the Russian revolution and its immediate aftermath, 1905-07 / Inna Shtakser
出版項 Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan : [distributor] Not Avail, 2014
國際標準書號 1137430230 (electronic bk.) : £60.00
9781137430229
9781137430236 (electronic bk.) : £60.00
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版本 1st ed
說明 232 p
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系列 Palgrave studies in the history of social movements
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Epublication based on: 9781137430229
Introduction PART I: BECOMING A REVOLUTIONARY 1. The Road to a Revolutionary Identity 2. The Radicalization of Students and Apprentices PART II - BEING A REVOLUTIONARY 3. Identity Forged in Revolution 4. The Emotional Experience of Revolutionary Activism 5. Self-Defense Units as an Emotional Experience Conclusion Appendix - The Sources
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This book examines the emotional aspects of revolutionary experience during a critical turning point in both Russian and Jewish history - the 1905 revolution. Shtakser argues that radicalization involved an emotional transformation, which enabled many young revolutionaries to develop an activist attitude towards reality. This book examines the emotional aspects of revolutionary experience during a critical turning point in both Russian and Jewish history - the Revolution of 1905. Inna Shtakser argues that radicalization involved an emotional transformation that enabled many young Jewish revolutionaries to develop an activist stance towards reality and a prioritization of feelings demanding action over others. Uncovering the links between emotion and activism holds a special significance in the context of modern Jewish history. When pogroms swept through the Jewish communities in the Pale of Settlement during 1905-07, young Jews who had fled their communities years earlier, often after bitter conflicts with their families, returned to protect them. Never expecting to be accepted back, they arrived with new identities, forged in radical study circles and revolutionary experience, as activist, self-assertive Jews. The self-assertion that previously drove them away often made them more effective leaders than the traditional Jewish communal authorities
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Dr Inna Shtakser is currently a Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Cummins Center for Russian and East European Studies at Tel Aviv University, Israel. Previously she taught at the University of Texas at Austin, USA, at Dalhousie University, Canada, and at Apeejay Stya University, India. Her published articles reflect her interest in Late Imperial Russian and Russian-Jewish history as well as her interest in social movements
主題 Jewish radicals -- History -- 20th century -- Russia
Jews -- Cultural assimilation -- History -- 20th century -- Russia
Jews -- History -- 20th century -- Russia
20th century history: c 1900 to c 2000 -- c 1900 - c 1914 -- Russia. bicssc
European history -- c 1900 - c 1914 -- Russia. bicssc
History. ukslc
Jewish studies -- c 1900 - c 1914 -- Russia. bicssc
Russian Revolution -- c 1900 - c 1914 -- Russia. bicssc
Russia -- Ethnic relations
Russia -- History -- Participation, Jewish -- Revolution, 1905-1907
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