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In this presentation, I briefly provide a broad overview of the work I did in my paper for the History Capstone Class. In this paper, I discuss global Jewish history with respect to migration and identity formation. I focus within the 20th Century to look at Serbia, Poland, Ukraine, and the wider USSR as cases to explore the formation of Jewish identity. In each case, I discuss how global connections, either personal or institutionalized, between Jewish diasporas influenced migration and thus how one forms identity. The presentation will outline the work I have done and provide an overview of important concepts and cases that I am working with.
Ross, Jacob, "Global Jewish Migration: Organized Aid and Group Identity" (2021). History Presentations. 12.
Available to Ursinus community only.
Presented as part of the Ursinus College Celebration of Student Achievement (CoSA) held April 22, 2021.
The downloadable .mp4 video file is a poster presentation with audio commentary with a run time of 21:38.