Contested Memories: Poles and Jews during the Holocaust and Its Aftermath

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HENRY ABRAMSON is an assistant professor at Florida Atlantic University, where he teaches in the history department and the Program in Holocaust and Judaic Studies. He is the author of A Prayer for the Government: Ukrainians and Jews in Revolutionary Times, 19171920 (1999).

NATALIA ALEKSIUN received her doctorate from Warsaw University, where she defended her dissertation on Zionism in postwar Poland. In 1999–2000 she was Fulbright junior fellow at New York University, where she is currently studying for her second Ph.D. She has published articles on Polish Jewry in the immediate aftermath of the Holocaust and serves on the editorial board of the journal of the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw. Her book, Ruch syjonistyczny w Polsce, 19441950 [The Zionist Movement in Poland, 19441950], will appear in 2003.

DANIEL BLATMAN is a lecturer at the Institute of Contemporary Jewry at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and a research fellow at the International Institute of Holocaust Studies at Yad Vashem. He has written widely on the topic of the Jews in Poland during the Second World War. Among his publications is Lema'an herutenu veherutkhem: Ha-bund be-polin, 19391949 (1996), which appeared in English as Jewish Labour Bund in Poland, 19391949: For Our Freedom and Yours (2002).

ANNA CICHOPEK received her M.A. from the Jagiellonian University, where she wrote a prize-winning master's thesis on the Cracow pogrom of 1945. She is currently a doctoral candidate in Cracow as well as at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and has recently published her first book, Pogrom Żydów w Krakowie 11 Sierpnia 1945 r. [The pogrom in Cracow: 11 October 1945] (2000).

DAVID ENGEL is Greenberg Professor of Holocaust Studies, professor of Hebrew and Judaic studies, and professor of history at New York University. He is

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