Table of contents for Defining the Yiddish nation : the Jewish folklorists of Poland / Itzik Nakhmen Gottesman.


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Contents
Acknowledgments     000
A Note on Yiddish Language Use and Translation    000
Abbreviations  000
Introduction   Defining the Yiddish Nation: The Roots of
Yiddishist Folklore in Poland 000
PART I    Zamlers of Warsaw
Chapter 1 Almi, Vanvild, and Lehman     000
Chapter 2 Graubard and Prilutski   000
Chapter 3 Hershele, Kipnis, Elzet, and Zlotnik    000
PART II   An Ethnographic Vision Emerges
Chapter 4 S. Ansky Vilne Jewish Historical-Ethnographic Society
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PART III  The Culmination: YIVO Ethnographic Commission
Chapter 5 The 1920s 000
Chapter 6 The 1930s 000
Conclusion: The Jewish Folklorist and the Yiddish Nation    000
Notes     000
Bibliography   000
Index     000
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Jewish folklorists Poland Warsaw History 20th century, Jewish folklorists Lithuania Vilna History 20th century, Jewish nationalism Europe, Eastern History 20th century, Yiddish language Political aspects Europe, Eastern, Yidisher ˛visnshaf˛tlekher ins˛ti˛tu˛t History, Yiddish imprints Collectors and collecting Europe,Eastern, Folk literature, Yiddish Publishing Europe, Eastern