Albany: State University of New York Press, 1999. Octavo, paper covers, vi, 325 pp., contributors, index. Very Good. Item #16444
Articles are "Being Jewish and.." Michael A. Meyer, "Jewish Religious, Ethnic, and National Identities: Convergences and Conflicts," Daneil J. Elazar, "Arthur Ruppin Revisited: The Jews of Today, 1904-1994," Sergio DellaPergola, "A Tradition of Invention: Family and Educational Institutions among Contemporary Traditionalizing Jews," Harvey E. Goldberg, "National Contexts. Eastern European Immigrants, and Jewish Identity," Paula E. Hyman, "British Jews or Britons of the Jewish Persuasion? The Religious Constraints of Civic Freedom," Geoffrey Alderman, "Reluctant Cosmoploitans: The Impact of Continentalism, Multiculturalism, and Globalization on Jewish Identity in Canada," Stuart Schoenfeld, "From Commandment to Persuasion: Probing the 'hard'Secularism of american Jewry," Henry L. Feingold, "Family Economy/Family Relations: The Development of american Jewish Ethnicity in the Early Twentieth Century," Riv-Ellen Prell, "Inventing Jewish Identity in California: Shlomo Bardin, Zionism, and the Brandeis Camp Institute," Deborah Dash Moore, "Jewishness in New York: Exception or the Rule?" Bethamie Horowitz, "From Individuality to Identity: Directions in the Thought of J.B. Sooveitchik and Eliezer Schweid, "Patterns of Jewish Identity Among Israeli Youth and Implications for Teaching Jewish Sources," Ahser Shkedi, "A Social Constructivist Approach to Jewish Identity," Gabriel Horencyzk and Zvi Bekerman, "Jewish and Other National and Ethic Identities of Israeli Jews," Stephen Sharot.