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How the Soviet Jew Was Made: A new book by Sasha Senderovich

June 3, 2022

Assistant Professor Sasha Senderovich’s new book, “How the Soviet Jew Was Made,” published by Harvard University Press in May, delves into post-revolutionary Russian and Yiddish literary, cinematic, and journalistic sources and recasts the Soviet Jew as a novel cultural figure, not just a minority but an ambivalent character navigating between the Jewish past and Bolshevik modernity.

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