DYBBUK OR THE JEWISH (NON)PRESENCE IN UMAN.

Alina Molisak
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In this article, I describe the functioning of memory and Jewish (non)presence within the space of contemporary Humań. In my analysis, I focus on both Krzysztof Kopczyński’s film “Dybbuk. A Tale of Wandering Souls” and the book by Kopczyński and Sajewich entitled “Dybbuk. A story about the world’s insignificance”. While at it, I analyze different formulas of memory and various kinds of identity articulations by both chasidic Jews as well as Ukrainians.


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