Prof. Mordechai (Motti) Zalkin is a full professor of modern Jewish history and the chair of the Jewish History department at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Israel. His special fields of interest are the cultural, social and economic history of the Jews in Lithuania, and the history of Jewish education in Eastern Europe.
Among his books are:
A New Dawn: The Jewish Enlightenment in the Russian Empire – Social Aspects (2000);
From the Hidden Treasures of Jewish Vilna: Historical Documents from the Annals of Lithuanian Jewry (2001);
The City of Vilna (2002);
Modernizing Jewish Education in Nineteenth Century Eastern Europe (2016)
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