A New Jewry? America Since the Second World War. Studies in Contemporary Jewry An Annual VIII 1992.
by Medding, Peter Y., edited by.
Institute of Contemporary Jewry, The hebrew University of Jerusalem, by Oxford University Press
Octavo in dust jacket, xviii, 409 pp., Review Essays, Book Reviews, Recently Completed Doctoral Dissertations
Articles are "A 'Golden Decade' for American Jews: 1945-1955," Arthur A. Green, "American Judiasm: Changing Patterns in Denominational Self-Definition," Arnold Eisen, "State and Real Estate: Territoriality and the Modern Jewish Imagination," Sidra DeKoven Ezrahi, "Value Added: Jews in Postwar American Culture," Stephen J. Whitfield, "The Postwar Economy of American Jews," Barry R. Chiswick, "Jewish Migration in Postwar America: The Case of Miami and Los Angeles," Deborah Dash Moore, "Understanding Jewish Communal Involvement: Theoretical Issues and Policy Implications," Gary A. Tobin and Gabriel Berger, "All in the Family: American Jewish Attachments to Israel," Chaim I. Waxman, "Zionist Policy at the Versailles Peace Conference: Setting the Northern Border of Palestine," Yitzhak Gail-Har, "Ahad Ha'am in Hstorical Perspective," Yossi Goldstein, "Jewish Scholarship and Jewish Identity: Their Historical Relationship in Modern Germany," Michael A. Meyer, "The Impact of Jewish Education and an 'Israel Experience' on the jewish Identity of American Jewish Youth," David Mittelberg, The Question of Jewish Identity," Anthony D. Smith.
Language: English Language
Edition: First Edition
Condition: Very Good
Book Id: 21631