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Author: Sandra Lustig,Ian Leveson
ISBN: 1845455355
Subcategory: Humanities
Pages 252 pages
Publisher Berghahn Books; 1 edition (March 1, 2008)
Language English
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Perspectives on European Jewry.

Perspectives on European Jewry. He has participated in a number of grassroots initiatives to rebuild "Jewish civil society" in Berlin. Subject: Jewish Studies General Cultural Studies.

Sandra Lustig and Ian Leveson. Being Jewish, in Europe, in Diaspora, as a minority, today: these themes are at the centre ofTurning the Kaleidoscope – Perspectives on European Jewry. The contributions to this book address, more particularly, the following questions

Sandra Lustig and Ian Leveson. The contributions to this book address, more particularly, the following questions.

Sandra Lustig, Ian Leveson

Sandra Lustig, Ian Leveson. Helping us to understand the special and common characteristics of European Jewry, this collection offers a valuable contribution to the continued rebuilding of Jewish life in the postwar era. The daughter of German-Jewish refugees, Sandra Lustig was born in the . and lives in Berlin, Germany.

Published: 1 January 2007. by Indiana University Press. in Nashim: A Journal of Jewish Women's Studies & Gender Issues. Nashim: A Journal of Jewish Women's Studies & Gender Issues ; doi:10.

Sandra Lustig, Ian Leveson, eds. Turning the Kaleidoscope: Perspectives on European Jewry. Its fundamental premise is that European Jewry should form the third pillar of the world Jewish community, alongside Israel and North America

Sandra Lustig, Ian Leveson, eds. New York: Berghahn Books, 2006. Towards a "New European" Jewish Identity. Its fundamental premise is that European Jewry should form the third pillar of the world Jewish community, alongside Israel and North America. But if it is to occupy this position, what is the nature of Jewry and Judaism in Europe? Questions asked by this volume include: is there a distinct European Jewish identity today?

Turning the Kaleidoscope is a collection of essays that seeks to demonstrate that Jewry is alive and well in contemporary Europe

Turning the Kaleidoscope is a collection of essays that seeks to demonstrate that Jewry is alive and well in contemporary Europe.

Europe Ethnic relations. Personal Name: Lustig, Sandra, 1962-. Personal Name: Leveson, Ian, 1959

Europe Ethnic relations. Personal Name: Leveson, Ian, 1959-. Rubrics: Jews Europe Identity History 20th century History 21st century Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Influence. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

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Helping us to understand the special and common characteristics of European Jewry, this collection offers a valuable . Turning the Kaleidoscope. Perspectives on European Jewry. Sandra Lustig, Ian Leveson.

Helping us to understand the special and common characteristics of European Jewry, this collection offers a valuable contribution to the continued rebuilding of Jewish life in the postwar er.

Far from being a blank space on the Jewish map, or a void in the Jewish cultural world, post-Shoah Europe is a place where Jewry has continued to develop, even though it is facing different challenges and opportunities than elsewhere. Living on a continent characterized by highly diverse patterns of culture, language, history, and relations to Jews, European Jewry mirrors that kaleidoscopic diversity. This volume explores such key questions as the new roles for Jews in Europe; models of Jewish community organization in Europe; concepts of diaspora and galut; a European-Jewish way of life in the era of globalization; and European Jews' relationship to Israel and to non-Jews. Some contributions highlight experiences of Jews in Britain, Sweden, Norway, Hungary, Austria, Germany, and the Netherlands. Helping us to understand the special and common characteristics of European Jewry, this collection offers a valuable contribution to the continued rebuilding of Jewish life in the postwar era.