The Shtetl of Zheludok in Contemporary Cultural Memory / Editor-in-chief Irina Kopchenova. Moscow, 2013. 328 p.
The books contains archival, memoir, ethnographic and epigraphic materials on the Jewish life in the shtetl of Zheludok. The materials for the volume were collected during the field school expedition devoted to Jewish ethnography and epigraphy 22–29 July 2012. It was organized by Sefer Center in cooperation with the Center for Judeo-Slavic Research, Institute of Slavic Studies, RAS, and Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno. The historical description of the Jewish community of Zheludok is supplemented by the oral information received from the local residents of Zheludok and memoirs of Zheludok-born Miron Mordukhovich. The illustrated catalogue covering about 300 tombstone inscriptions from the local Jewish cemetery constitutes a special part of the book. The book also publishes archival documents related to the Jewish history and architecture of Zheludok.
Olga Belova (Institute of Slavic Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow)
Mikhail Vasilyev (Sefer Center for University Teaching of Jewish Civilization)
Motl Gordon (independent researcher)
Irina Kopchenova (Ed.-in-chief, Sefer Center for University Teaching of Jewish Civilization, Institute of Slavic Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow)
Sergey Pivovarchik (Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno)
Tamara Solomatina (independent researcher)
Peer reviewed by Galina Zelenina (Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow), Vladimir Petrukhin (Institute of Slavic Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow)
History of Zheludok in Written and Oral Sources
Catalogue of the Zheludok Jewish Cemetery (Northern side)