|Introduction: 1900 to 2000 and Beyond: Taking Nationalism for Granted? Michael Berkowitz (University College London)||1|
|Jewish Identity and the Paradox of Nationalism Aviel Roshwald (Georgetown University)||11|
|Before Hebrew Song Philip Bohlman (University of Chicago)||25|
|Radio and the Shaping of Modern Israel, 1936–1973 Derek Jonathan Penslar (University of Toronto)||61|
|The Archaeology of Memory on Tel-Aviv's Rothschild Boulevard Barbara Mann (Princeton University)||83|
|The Way to a Halachic State: Theocratic Political Extremism in Israel Nachman Ben-Yehuda (Hebrew University)||99|
|Reconsidering Chaim Weizmann and Moses Gaster in the Founding Mythology of Zionism James Renton (University College London)||129|
|Fort mit den Hausjuden! Jewish Nationalists Engage Mass Politics Joshua Shanes (University of Wisconsin-Madison)||153|
|Jewish Nationalism and Libertarian Socialism in the Writings of Bernard Lazare Michael Löwy (Sorbonne)||179|
|The Zionist World of Arnold Zweig John M. Efron (University of California, Berkeley)||191|
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Publication information: Book title: Nationalism, Zionism and Ethnic Mobilization of the Jews in 1900 and Beyond. Contributors: Michael Berkowitz - Editor. Publisher: Brill. Place of publication: Boston. Publication year: 2004. Page number: vii.
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