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The Musical Worlds of Polish Jews, 1920-1960: Identity, Politics, and Culture

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This international research conference at Arizona State University focuses on the richness of Polish-Jewish music from World War I to the decades after World War II and its relationship to the complex problem of Polish Jewish identity.

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November 17-18, 2013 University Club on the ASU Tempe campus 425 East University Drive, Tempe, Arizona

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conference sponsored by: The Center for Jewish Studies, a research unit of the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences with support from: Robert & Shoshana Tancer The Melikian Center: Russian, Eurasian & East European Studies, a research unit of the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences School of Historical, Philosophical & Religious Studies, an academic unit of the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Herberger Institute for Design & the Arts: School of Music The OREL Foundation