Post-Soviet Aliyah and Jewish Demographic Transformation

By Mark Tolts

2009

In the 1990s most of the second largest Jewish Diaspora population, which resided in the former Soviet Union (FSU), changed their places of residence. Whereas the majority emigrated to Israel, the rest were divided mostly between the USA and Germany. The aims of this paper are to present (post-) Soviet Jewish resettlement, and to study the demographic transformation in the course of this mass migration.

Topic: Migration, Aliyah, Russian Jews, Soviet Jewry, Demography

Name of Publication: Paper presented at the 15th World Congress of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem, August 2-6, 2009

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Genre: Conference Presentation

Coverage: Former Soviet Union (FSU) , Germany , Israel , United States

Language: English

Copyright Holder: Mark Tolts

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Tolts, Mark. Post-Soviet Aliyah and Jewish Demographic Transformation. Paper presented at the 15th World Congress of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem, August 2-6, 2009. 2009: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=11924


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