American Jewish Archives, Volume XL, November, 1988, Number 2. The German-Jewish Legacy in America 1938-1988: From Bildung to th
by Peck, Abraham J., edited and introduced by.
The American Jewish Archives on the Cincinnati Campus of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion
Octavo, paper covers, 257 pp., index
Introduction by Peck. Articles are "The End Is Not Yet: A Personal Memoir of the German-Jewish Legacy in America," George L. Mosse, "The German-Jewish Legacy and I: Some Personal Reflections," Peter Gay, "German Culture, German Ethics," Guy Stern, "An Autobiographical Approach to the German-Jewish Legacy," Georg G. Iggers, "German Jewry as Spirit and as Legacy," Harry Zohn, "The German-Jewish Legacy After Auschwitz," Norbert Wollheim, "A German-Jewish Legacy," Mnafred Joans, "Bildung: Was It Good for the Jews?" Henry L. Feingold, "Bildung and the Dilemma of Hyphenation," Herbert Pierre Secher, "Reflections on the Kristallnacht and the End of German Jewry: Some Transcendent Thoughts," Curt C. Silberman, "The Less Than Total Break," Wolfgang Holdheim, "The German-Jewish Legacy: A Question of Fate," Alfred Gottschalk, "The Elusive German-Jewish Heritage in America," W. Gunther Paut, "A Precious Legacy," Joseph B. Maier, "Emancipation and Post-Emancipation Identities: Reflections on On-Going Research," Herbert A. Strauss, "A Heritage Freighted Across the Abyss," Michael A. Meyer, "Engagement and the German-Jewish Legacy," Aryeh Neier, "The German-Jewish Heritage: A View from 1988," Hans Juergensen, "Le Deracine: Finding New Roots in Exile," Henry R. Huttenbach, "Fifty Years After the Crystal Night and Forty in America," Werner Weinberg, "Thoughts About the German-Jewish Legacy in the United States by a Man from Aufbau," Hans J. Steinitz, "Thoughts About My German-Jewish Legacy," Tom L. Freudenheim, "The German-Jewish Legacy: An Overstated Ideal," Theodore Wiener, "A German-Jewish Past, an American Jewish Future," William W. Hallo, "The German Jewish Legacy: One Man's Dilemma and Solution," Henry Meyer, "The German Jew in America: The Last Wave of Immigrants," Walter Jacob, "The German-Jewish Legacy in America: A Second Generation Perspective," Lucy Y. Steinitz, "The German-Jewish Legacy beyond America: A South American Example," Steven E. Aschheim, "Fragments of a German-Jewish Heritage in Four 'Americans,'" Carols Ascher, Renate Bridenthal, Marion Kaplan, Atina Grossman, "My German-Jewish Legacy and Theirs," Anthony Heilbut, "Bildung: An Agenda of the Soul," Uri D. Herscher, "Reflections on the Germn-Jewish Legacy: North American Style," Frances Henry, "The German-Jewish Legacy in America: A Process of Continuity and Competition," Robert Liberles, "The German-Jewish Legacy: A Past With No Future," Steven Lowenstein, "A Non-Jewish German Looks at the German-Jewish Legacy," Gert Niers, "Fifty Years After Kristallnacht: Another Second Generation Perspective," Diane R. Spielmann and Lee A. Spielmann, "The German-Jewish Experience: Toward A Usable Past," Jack Wertheimer.
Language: English Language
Condition: Very Good
Book Id: 21921