Reading List: Jewish History-Soviet, and in East Asia

Soviet Jewry

They Did Not Dwell Alone: Jewish Immigration from the Soviet Union, 1967-1990 (Woodrow Wilson Center Press) by Petrus Buwalda

The Soviet Jewish Americans (Brandeis Series in American Jewish History, Culture, and Life) by Annelise Orleck

The Soviet Government and the Jews 1948-1967: A Documented Study by Benjamin Pinkus

The Jewish Movement in the Soviet Union by Yaacov Ro’i

The Soviet Union and the June 1967 Six Day War (Cold War International History Project) by Yaacov Ro’i

Soviet and Kosher: Jewish Popular Culture in the Soviet Union, 1923-1939 by Anna Shternshis

Jewish History in East Asia

Chinese and Jews: Encounters Between Cultures by Irene Eber

Wartime Shanghai and the Jewish Refugees From Central Europe: Survival, Co-Existence, and Identity in a Multi-Ethnic City (New Perspectives on Modern Jewish History, 1) by Irene Eber

Shanghai Sanctuary: Chinese and Japanese Policy toward European Jewish Refugees during World War II by Bei Gao

Jews in the Japanese Mind: The History and Uses of a Cultural Stereotype (Studies of Modern Japan) by David G. Goodman and Masanori Miyazawa

Japanese, Nazis & Jews: The Jewish refugee community of Shanghai, 1938-1945 by David Kranzler

Port of Last Resort: The Diaspora Communities of Shanghai by Marcia Ristaino

Japanese Diplomats and Jewish Refugees: A World War II Dilemma by Pamela R. Sakamoto

Bridge Across Broken Time: Chinese and Jewish Cultural Memory by Vera Schwarcz

Jews in Old China: Studies by Chinese Scholars by Sidney Shapiro

The Jews of Kaifeng, China: History, Culture, and Religion by Xin Xu

 

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