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Russian-speaking Jews as the Subethnic Group

Euro-Asian Jewish Policy Papers, No 42 (December 2020) The ethnographic term “sub-ethnos” (sub-ethnic group) describes both new and historical groups of the Jewish people that stand out for their sustainable
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The Jewish Communities of Azerbaijan: Identity in the Multicultural Society

Euro-Asian Jewish (EAJ) Policy papers, No 40 Contemporary Azerbaijan Jewry includes three subethnic Jewish groups (Mountain, Georgian and Ashkenazi Jews) and thus demonstrate peculiar collective identity. This identity is a
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New Russian-speaking ole of the COVID-19 times: aspects of picture

Euro-Asian Jewish (EAJ) Policy papers, No 39 (23 August 2020) Dynamics of emigration from the Jewish Diaspora to Israel is the complex phenomenon, including the combination of numerous “pool” and,
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Academic Journals in Jewish Studies in the Post-Soviet Space: the 30 years’ experience

Euro-Asian Jewish (EAJ) Policy Papers, No 38 (23 July 2020) For 30 years there have been academic journals of Jewish studies in the post-Soviet states. Moreover, some of them are
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Jewish Publications in the Former Soviet Union: Sociological Comments

Euro-Asian Jewish Policy Papers, No 34 (21 April 2020) Numerous Jewish periodicals and publishers were an important result of the three decades of the Jewish cultural revival in the late
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Jewish Periodicals and Publishers in the former Soviet State: a State of the Art

EA Jewish Policy Papers (No 33), 20 April 2020 Reсent three decades were a period of almost unlimited development in the post-Soviet Euro-Asia of an impressive system of the Jewish
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Virtualization of the Jewish Communal activities: The Sociological Aspects

EAJ Policy Papers, No 32 (7 April 2020) / Photo: Hillel Case Virtual projects had always been an important part of religious, educational, socializing and other activities of Jewish organizations,
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The Jewish Autonomous Region of the RF – Reality in Research

EAJ Policy Papers, No 31 (3 Feb 2020) The opinion poll conducted in the Jewish Autonomous Province of the Russian Federation in the course of the EAJC comprehensive study of
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Between Europe and Euro-Asia: Jewish Life in Contemporary Latvia

EAJ Policy Papers, No 30 (23 January 2020) The predominantly Russian-speaking (almost 80%) Jewish community in Latvia, which roots go back to the second half of the 16th century, today
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Being Jewish in Birobidzhan: Sociological Aspects

EAJ Policy Papers, No 28 (17 December 2019) Established 85 years ago, the Jewish Autonomous Region of the Russian Federation (JAR) is not only the long-standing symbol of the local
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