Titelbild Osteuropa Migration, Identity, Politics/2020

Aus Special Issue

Familiar with being foreign
Russian-speaking Israelis in Berlin

Liza Rozovsky


They were born in the Soviet Union, emigrated as children, teenagers or young adults to Israel and have been living for many years in Berlin. Ten Russian-speaking Israelis tell us about feeling foreign in their homeland, feeling at home in a foreign land, and their relationship to Israel and Germany. They have little in common, but they do share one thing: the Russian language.

(Special Issue, S. 17–31)