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Investigates The Significance, Contribution, And Role Played By The State Of Israel - Ideologically And Practically - In The Identity Of Diaspora Jews. This Work Explores The Extent And Way Israel Features In Diaspora Identity Through A Range Of Issues Including: Anti-Semitism And Anti-Zionism, Jewish Continuity And Israel Visits, And Others.
Książki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie>Humanities>History>Specific events & topics>Social & cultural history
The First Ever Comprehensive History Of Anti-Semitism In England, From Medieval Murder And Expulsion Through To Contemporary Forms Of Anti-Zionism In The 21st Century.
Elsewhere HARPER COLLINS (AUSTRALIA)
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On one level Elsewhere is a satire that takes aim at a number of sacred cows: identity, nationalism, Holocaust commemoration and the moral obligation to remember, collective guilt and amnesia, victimhood, Israel and Zionism, and anti-Semitism. But it's also a heart-wrenching family drama and a very funny novel. Ethan Rosen is a brilliant, opinionated academic, as is his rival, Rudi Klausinger. Klausinger catches Ethan Rosen out in one of his many self-contradictory pronouncements and an ugly public spat ensues, soon complicated by a web of family revelations. 'Truth' in Doron Rabinovici's novel, everyday experience - especially politics - is relative and inscrutable. It changes depending on who speaks it and where and when it's spoken.
Divided Self the Jewish Psyche Today I.B. TAURIS
How should Jews respond to an age of militant Zionism and resurgent anti-Semitism? Is insisting on a separate sense of identity anachronistic and dangerous, or is it the only way of preserving the Jewish cultural heritage? Rabbi David Goldberg, one of today's most respected and outspoken Jewish leaders, grapples with the dilemmas of contemporary Jewishness with characteristic candour, and sketches the emerging faultlines in the Jewish sense of identity. He offers up a completely fresh reading of Jewish history, arguing that the narrative of relentless woe and suffering popularised by nineteenth-century writers, such as George Eliot was based on a highly selective reading of the past. Goldberg retraces the history of the Jews, and rejects the mythology of eternal victimhood. Instead, he focuses on the survival strategies that have been pursued throughout the centuries. He contrasts the pragmatic flexibility of the Jewish Diaspora with the military assertiveness of modern Israel. With wit, insight and compassion he highlights the growing gulf between Israeli and Diaspora Jewishness. Following G.B. Shaw's quip about Britain and America, Goldberg argues that Israeli and Diaspora Jews are in danger of becoming divided by a common heritage. This book will stimulate, engage and provoke readers of all beliefs and cultures.
In The 19th Century, Mass Migration To America Coincided With The Rise Of Zionism. This Is An In-depth History Of The Jewish Faith That Explores How Jews Have Lived Under Christianity And Islamic Rule, Survived Centuries Of Anti-Semitism, Life In The Diaspora, The Holocaust And The Revival Of Judaism Today.
Jewish History in Modern Times GAZELLE BOOK SERVICES
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This volume is an enquiry into the central process and events that changed the course of Jewish history in the modern era. Five central historical processes in modern Jewish history are described: emigration, emancipation, secularization, anti-Semitism and Zionism.
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