Progressive Judaism and Eastern Europe
Eastern Europe was until recently, for Jews in the rest of the world, an area of memories of disaster and oppression. It was a region that was wiped from the Jewish world and from which Jews fled. Dramatic developments and rapid change have altered the picture. Eastern Europe now presents us with glimmers of opportunity and challenges that must be met. This brief paper outlines these challenges and opportunities. It does not propose solutions. It is intended to be a starting point and basis for discussion.
Link to article (paywalled), Progressive Judaism and Eastern Europe
Progressive Judaism and Eastern Europe. 2007: 120-125. https://archive.jpr.org.uk/10.3167/ej.2007.400109