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The Prospect for Russia's Jews » Mosaic

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The occasion was a skeptical review of the museum by Olga Gershenson, a professor at the University of Massachusetts who was born in the former USSR.
According to Gershenson, the Museum "asserts that Jews are part and parcel of the Russian nation, and their triumphal story makes them a model Russian minority. The Moscow-based scholar Oleg Budnitsky dismissed charges of an official political agenda and attacked Gershenson for portraying the museum as a vehicle of a "Kremlin-Chabad conspiracy [Budnitsky's formula, not Gershenson's] . . . to represent the Jews . . . as Russia's 'model minority.'" In justifying the story told by the museum, Budnitsky added:


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Olga Gershenson, Professor of Judaic and Near Eastern Studies, University of Massachusetts Amherst


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Olga Gershenson
In 2009 Olga Gershenson spent six months in Moscow, collecting data for her new book Holocaust in Soviet and Post-Soviet Cinema. Below are her reflections on Jewish life in Moscow. Olga Gershenson Olga Gershenson is Professor of Judaic and Near Eastern Studies at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. She got her BA in Russia, her MA in Israel, and her PhD in the US. Her personal geography parallels her academic path tracking Russian-Jewish culture at home and abroad. For years she followed Russian immigrant cultural production in Israel: she published Gesher: Russian Theater in Israel (2005) about a unique bilingual theater in Tel Aviv, and a series of articles about Russian-Israeli cinema. Then she detoured into studying gender and power relations, and published a collection Ladies and Gents: Public Toilets and Gender (2009). Back on her Russian-Jewish track, she has recently published a book about the unknown, forgotten, or banned Holocaust films in the Soviet Union, The Phantom Holocaust: Soviet Cinema and Jewish Catastrophe (2013). Olga Gershenson teaches courses on Jewish cultural studies, such as Cinema of the Holocaust or Israeli and Palestinian Popular Cultures. She has a lively lecture schedule at universities, film festivals, and other cultural events. To learn more about her work, see http://people.umass.edu/olga


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Olga Gershenson, University of Massachusetts


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Olga Gershenson, Professor of Judaic and Near Eastern Studies, University of Massachusetts Amherst
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