||Being Jewish in twenty-first century Germany
||Europäisch-jüdische Studien. Beiträge = European-Jewish studies. Contributions ; volume 16
Europäisch-jüdische Studien. Beiträge ; v. 16. ^A1286821
||Jews in divided Germany (1945-1990) and beyond : scrutinized in retrospect / Michael Wolffsohn -- The making of Holocaust trauma in German memory : some reflection about Robert Thalheim's film And Along Come Tourists / Michael Elm -- Saving the German-Jewish legacy? : On Jewish and non-Jewish attempts of reconstructing a lost world / Julius H. Schoeps -- Germany's Russian-speaking Jews : between original, present and affective homelands / Eliezer Ben-Rafael -- Russian food stores and their meaning for Jewish migrants in Germany and Israel : honor and 'Nostalgia' / Julia Bernstein -- Moving from the present via the past to look toward the future : Jewish life in Germany today / Elke-Vera Kotowski -- Israelis and Germany : a personal perspective / Fania Oz-Salzberger -- Reconceptualization of Jewish identity as reflected in contemporary German Jewish humorist literature / Hanni Mittelmann -- Hava Nagila : a personal reflection on the reception of Jewish music in Germany / Karsten Troyke -- Aliyah Le Berlin : a documentary about the next chapter of Jewish life in Berlin / Zachary Johnston -- Educated anti-semitism in the middle of German society : empirical findings / Monika Schwarz-Friesel -- Anti-semitism within the extreme right and Islamists' circles / Günther Jikeli -- Thrice tied tales : Germany, Israel, and German Muslim youth / H. Julia Eksner -- New structures of Jewish education in Germany / Olaf Glöckner -- A vision come true : Abraham Geiger and the training of rabbis and cantors for Europe / Walter Homolka -- Authors and editors -- Index -- Names index.
|General note||Papers from a 10-12 February 2013 conference by the Kantor Center for the Study of Contemporary European Jewry at Tel Aviv University.|
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and indexes.|
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