1. Poland, 1980s 2. Columbia, 1960s 3. Seattle, first half of the 1970s 4. Brighton Beach, 1950s 5. Brandeis, 1979-88 6. Bondage to the Dead, first time around 7. Bondage to the Dead, second time around 8. Moses, Moyshe, Michal, Marys, Michel, Michael first time around 9. Moses, Moyshe, Michal, Marys, Michel, Michael second time around 10. PostscriptsAcknowledgements
Michael Steinlauf is the author of Bondage to the Dead: Poland and the Memory of the Holocaust as well as numerous studies of Jewish culture in prewar Poland. He was one of the founders of the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews. Currently he is completing studies of the Polish Jewish dramatist Mark Arnshteyn and the Yiddish culture hero Y. L. Peretz.Elzbieta Janicka is a literary scholar and visual artist. She is the author of Sztuka czy Narod? [Art or Nation?] and Festung Warschau, exposing violence and exclusion embedded in Polish dominant culture, as well as numerous studies of Polish antisemitism. Most recently she co-authored Philosemitic Violence. Poland's Jewish Past in New Polish Narratives (Rowman & Littlefield, 2021).