vii Monika Adamczyk-Garbowska is Professor of American and Comparative Literature and Head of the Center for Jewish Studies at Maria CurieSklodowska University in Lublin, Poland. Her books include Isaac Bashevis Singer's Poland: Exile and Return (1994, in Polish), Contemporary Jewish Writing in Poland: An Anthology (2001, with Antony Polonsky), Shades of Identity: Jewish Literature as a Multilingual Phenomenon (2004, in Polish), Kazimierz vel Kuzmir: A Shtetl of Various Dreams (2006 in Polish), My Home Used to Be There . . . Memorial Books of Jewish Communities (2009, co-editor, in Polish). She is the recipient of the 2004 Jan Karski and Pola Nireska Award for research in the field of Yiddish. Eleonora Bergman is an architect, an author of books on extant synagogues in Poland (with Jan Jagielski, 1996), on Moorish synagogues in Central Eastern Europe (2004), and on synagogues of Warsaw (2007), and of several dozen articles published in Poland and abroad. From 1991 she has been affiliated with the Jewish Historical Institute and in 2007 became its director. Jan Doktór is Professor of History at the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw. He received his Ph.D from the Institute for Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of
Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies – Purdue University Press
Published: Jun 1, 2011
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