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Триумфът на Ахил • Дивият ирис • "Медоулендс"
The Jews of Karnobat 
Автор: Zvi Keren
Раздел: Световна културология, етнология и фолклор, Българска културология, етнология и фолклор
Издателство: The American Research Center in Sofia
Народност: американска
ISBN: 9789549257151
първо издание, 2014 год.
твърди корици, 191 стр.
Цена: 20,00 лв  
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Dr. Zvi Keren was born in Sofia, Bulgaria, and is a member of Kibbutz Kfar Menahem. For over 20 years, Zvi has been studying Bulgaria's Jews, including photographing, mapping and documenting the old cemeteries there. He led the documentation and photographing over 200,000 documents from the main archives in Sofia and other cities. Dr. Keren is responsible for the editing and complementing the "electronic sheets" of 34 communities in Bulgaria in the Jewish Diaspora Museum (Beth Hatefutsoth) in Tel Aviv.
Since 2004 he has been head of the Bulgarian Section the Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People in Givat Ram, Jerusalem, where thousands of documents, photographs, newspapers, cassettes and DVDs with recorded stories are stored, in addition to over 600 books in many languages, about the Bulgarian Jews.
Dr. Zvi Keren is married with three children and nine grandchildren.
zvi 1 keren@ gmail.com

"Zvi Keren's book is the first study of the Karnobat Jewish community and its cemetery, in fact, it is the first study of a Jewish cemetery in Bulgaria. This alone should constitute an immense contribution to Jewish Studies. In addition, Dr. Keren's study, despite its brevity, covers every important aspect of Jewish life in Bulgaria between the 1610s and 1950 and adds a vast new source on the history of Bulgarian Jewry. Keren's superb analysis of the tombstones of the oldest Jewish cemetery in Bulgaria is put into a larger context of Ottoman and Bulgarian history which makes it relevant for scholars in other fields. This study sheds new light on the social stratification, language behavior, and physical health of Krnobat Jews, as well as their relations with the other communities in the city."
Olga Borovaya, Stanford University, Mediterranean Studies Forum, author of Modern Ladino Culture

"The Jewish Community of Krnobat is by far the one which left us with the oldest and best physical evidence of its existence.
The cemetery, dating from the 17th century, is unique in both age and level of preservation. It gives us an opportunity to investigate the inner life and values of a Jewish community in Bulgaria in a period which had not drawn the attention of scholars until Dr. Zvi Keren started his scholarly work in the mid-1990s.
Dr. Keren's work is an important contribution not only in its matchless subject matter, but also in the detailed and deep scientific work done by the author."
Minna Rozen, Department of Jewish History, University of Haifa, Israel, author of Hasköy Cemetery: Typology of Stones and The Jews in Turkey and the Balkans, I880-1945
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