Pogromer i Rusland

Morten Krøier Grützmeier, Ina Skovgaard, Loke Lamhauge Barrett, Tobias Lehmann & Sean Philip Saré

Studenteropgave: Semesterprojekt

Abstrakt

The purpose of this project is a historiographic analysis of the newest research on pogroms in Russia. More specifically, we have focused on the representations of the pogrom in Elizavetgrad 1881 and the pogrom in Kishinev 1903. The applied research is represented by John D. Klier, I. Michael Aronson, Edward H. Judge, Shlomo Lambroza and Monty Noam Penkower, respectively. The analysis is divided into two main parts, which evolve around the research concerning the two individual pogroms. Thus, the first part concerns the representations of the pogrom in 1881, while the second part concerns representations of the pogrom in 1903. The field of research has a common aim in disproving the former dominating perspective in both research and literature, which involves monocausal explanations of the pogroms. In opposition to this view the applied research includes several factors, among these industrialization, the press, ethnic differences and the role of authorities.

UddannelserHistorie, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor el. kandidat
SprogDansk
Udgivelsesdato17 jun. 2014
VejledereHans-Åke Persson

Emneord

  • Slasker
  • Jews
  • Pogroms
  • Rusland
  • Kishinev
  • 1881
  • Jøde
  • Elisavetgrad
  • 1903
  • Russia