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Further Reading

Astashkevich, Irina. Gendered Violence: Jewish Women in the Pogroms of 1917 to 1921 (Boston: Academic Studies Press, 2018),

Abramson, Henry. A Prayer for the Government: Ukrainians and Jews in Revolutionary Times, 1917–1920 (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Ukrainian Research Institute and Center for Jewish Studies, 1999).

Bemporad, Elissa, with Efim Melamed, Jeffrey Veidlinger, and Eric Weitzy. ‘A Forgotten Genocide: The Pogroms in Ukraine, 1918–1919, and their Impact on Memory and Politics’, Video of discussion co-presented by the Center for Jewish History,

Chamberlin, William Henry. The Russian Revolution 1917–1921 (New York: Macmillan, 1954).

Dekel-Chen, Jonathan L. Anti-Jewish Violence: Rethinking the Pogrom in East European History (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2011).

Dontsov, Dmytro. ‘Symon Petliura’, Literaturno Naukoyi Vistnyk 7–8:5 (1926), 326–28.

Estraikh, Gennady. In Harness: Yiddish Writers’ Romance with Communism (Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 2005).

Estraikh, Gennady. Soviet Yiddish: Language Planning and Linguistic Development (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1999).

Fishman, David E. The Rise of Modern Yiddish Culture (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2005).

Gilley, Christopher. ‘Beyond Petliura: The Ukrainian National Movement and the 1919 Pogroms’, East European Jewish Affairs 47:1 (2017), 45–61.

Gergel, Nokhem. ‘The Pogroms in Ukraine in the Years 1918–1921’ [English translation], YIVO Annual of Jewish Social Science 6 (1951), 237–52.

Gitelman, Zvi Y. Jewish Nationality and Soviet Politics (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1972).

Gottesman, Itzik Nakhmen. Defining the Yiddish Nation: the Jewish Folklorists of Poland (Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2003).

Greenbaum, Alfred Abraham. Jewish Scholarship and Scholarly Institutions in Soviet Russia 1918–1953 (Jerusalem: The Hebrew University, 1978).

Gusev-Orenburgsky, Sergei. Kniga o evreiskikh pogromakh na Ukraine v 1919 g. [Book About Jewish Pogroms in Ukraine in 1919] (Petrograd: n.d.)

Hagen, William W. ‘The Moral Economy of Ethnic Violence: The Pogrom in Lwow, November 1918’, Geschichte und Gesellschaft 31:2 (2005), 203–26.

Taras Hunczak, ‘A Reappraisal of Symon Petliura and Ukrainian-Jewish Relations, 1917–1921’, Jewish Social Studies 31:3 (1969), 163–83.

Iekelchyk, Serhii. ‘Trahichna storinka Ukrains’koi revoliutsii: Symon Petliura ta Ievreis’ki pogrom v Ukraini (1917–1920)’, in Vasyl Mykhal’chuk (ed.), Symon Petliura ta ukrains’ka natsional’na revoliutsiia (Kyiv: Rada, 1995), pp. 165–217.

Jokusch, Laura. Collect and Record: Jewish Holocaust Documentation in Early Postwar Europe (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015).

Karlip, Joshua. The Tragedy of a Generation: The Rise and Fall of Jewish Nationalism in Eastern Europe (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2013).

Kenez, Peter. ‘Pogroms and White Ideology in the Russian Civil War’, in John D. Klier and Shlomo Lambroza (eds.), Pogroms: Anti-Jewish Violence in Modern Russian History (Cambridge: Cambridge University, 1992), pp. 293–313.

Kenez, Peter. Civil War in South Russia, 1919–1920 (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1977).

Kerler, Dov-Ber (ed.). The Politics of Yiddish: Studies in Language, Literature, and Society (Walnut Creek: Altamira, 1998).

Klier, John and Shlomo Lambroza. Pogroms: Anti-Jewish Violence in Modern Russian History (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992).

Krutikov, Mikhail. From Kabbalah to Class Struggle: Expressionism, Marxism, and Yiddish Literature in the Life and Work of Meir Weiner (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2010).

Kuznitz, Cecile E. YIVO and the Making of Modern Jewish Culture: Scholarship for the Yiddish Nation (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2014).

Laqueur, Walter. Black Hundred: The Rise of the Extreme Right in Russia (New York: HarperCollins, 1993).

Magocsi, Paul Robert. History of Ukraine: the Land and its Peoples (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2010).

Miljakova, L. V. (ed.). Kniga Pogromov: Pogromy na Ukraine, v Belorussii i Evropejskoi Chasti Rossii v Period Grazhdanskoi Voiny 1918–1922 gg.; Sbornik Dokumentov (Moscow: ROSSPEN, 2007).

Motta, Giuseppe. The Great War Against European Jewry 1914–1920 (Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars, 2017).

Peltz, Rakhmiel. ‘The Undoing of Language Planning From the Vantage of Cultural History: Two Twentieth-Century Yiddish Examples’, in Michael G. Clyne (ed.), Undoing and Redoing Corpus Planning: Contributions to the Sociology of Language (Berlin and New York: de Gruyter, 1997), pp. 327–56.

Polonsky, Antony. The Jews in Poland and Russia, 1914‒2008 (Oxford: The Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, 2010), III, pp. 32–43.

Schechtman, Joseph B. Pogromy Dobrovolcheskoi Armii na Ukraine [The Pogroms of the Volunteer Army in Ukraine] (Berlin: Ostjüdisches Historisches Archiv, 1932).

Shtif, Nokhem. Di sotsyale diferentsyatsye in yidish: di hebreyishe elementn in der shprakh [Social Differentiation in Yiddish: The Hebrew Elements of the Language], Di yidishe shprakh 17–18 (1929), 1–22.

Shtif, Nokhem. Oytobiografye fun nokhem shtif [The Autobiography of Nokhem Shtif] in YIVO bleter 5 (1933), 195–225.

Tcherikover, Elias [Tsherikover, Elye]. Antisemitizm un pogromen in Ukrayne, 1917–1918 [Anti-Semitism and the Pogroms in Ukraine, 1917–1918] (Berlin: Yidisher literarisher ferlag, 1923).

Tcherikower, Elias. Di Ukrainer pogromen in 1919 (New York: Yivo, 1965).

Trachtenberg, Barry. The Revolutionary Roots of Modern Yiddish (Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 2008).

Weinreich, Max. ‘Nokhem Shtif’, Di tsukunft (New York) 38 (1933), 345–48.

Weinreich, Max. ‘Vos volt yidish geven on hebreyish?’ [What Would Yiddish Be Without Hebrew?], Di tsukunft (New York) 36 (1931), 194–205.

Weiser, Kalman. Jewish People, Yiddish Nation: Noah Prylucki and the Folkists in Poland (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2011).