Coping with Life and Death: Jewish Families in the Twentieth Century

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STUDIES IN CONTEMPORARY JEWRY

Editors
Jonathan Frankel
Peter Y. Medding
Ezra Mendelsohn
Eli Lederhendler

Institute Editorial Board

Michel Abitbol, Mordecai Altshuler, Haim Avni, David Bankier, Avraham Bargil, Yehuda Bauer, Daniel Blatman, Sergio DellaPergola, Sidra DeKoven Ezrahi, Allon Gal, Moshe Goodman, Yisrael Gutman, Menahem Kaufman, Israel Kolatt, Hagit Lavsky, Pnina Morag-Talmon, Dalia Ofer, Gideon Shimoni, Geoffrey Wigoder

Managing Editors
Laurie E. Fialkoff
Hannah Levinsky-Koevary

International Advisory and Review Board

Chimen Abramsky (University College, London); Abraham Ascher (City University of New York); Arnold Band (University of California, Los Angeles); Doris Bensimon (Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle); Bernard Blumenkrantz (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique); Solomon Encel (University of New South Wales); Henry Feingold (City University of New York); Martin Gilbert (University College London); Zvi Gitelman (University of Michigan); S. Julius Gould (University of Nottingham); Paula Hyman (Yale University); Lionel Kochan (Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies); David Landes (Harvard University); Seymour Martin Lipset (George Mason University); Heinz-Dietrich Löwe (Albert-LudwigsUniversität); Michael Meyer (Hebrew Union College—Jewish Institute of Religion, Cincinnati); Alan Mintz (Brandeis University); George Mosse (University of Wisconsin); Gerard Nahon (Centre Universitaire d'Études Juives); F. Raphaël (Université des Sciences Humaines de Strasbourg); Jehuda Reinharz (Brandeis University); Monika Richarz (Germania Judaica, Kölner Bibliothek zur Geschichte des deutschen Judentums); Joseph Rothschild (Columbia University); Ismar Schorsch (Jewish Theological Seminary of America); Michael Walzer (Institute for Advanced Study); Bernard Wasserstein (Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies); Ruth Wisse (Harvard University).

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Studies in Contemporary Jewry *
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Symposium - Coping with Life and Death: Jewish Families in the Twentieth Century *
  • The Place of Ethnic Identity in the Development of Personal Identity: A Challenge for the Jewish Family 3
  • Notes *
  • Marriage, Americanization and American Jewish Culture, 1900–1920 27
  • Notes *
  • Making Fragmentation Familiar: Barry Levinson's Avalon 49
  • Notes *
  • The Economics of Contemporary American Jewish Family Life 65
  • Notes *
  • Children of Intermarriage: How “jewish”? 81
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  • What Happened to the Extended Jewish Family? Jewish Homes for the Aged in Eastern Europe 128
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  • Cohesion and Rupture: the Jewish Family in East European Ghettos During the Holocaust 143
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  • The “family-Community” Model in Haredi Society 166
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  • We Are All One Bereaved Family: Personal Loss and Collective Mourning in Israeli Society 178
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  • Essays *
  • Evangelists in a Strange Land: American Missionaries in Israel, 1948–1967 195
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  • Balfour's Mission to Palestine: Science, Strategy and Vision in the Inauguration of the Hebrew University 214
  • Notes 228
  • Review Essays *
  • Vichy and the Jews: A Past That is Not Past 235
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  • Mastering the Middle East: Israel in a Regional Context 250
  • Examining the Oslo Process: A First Cut 256
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  • Book Reviews *
  • Antisemitism, Holocaust and Genocide 265
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  • History and the Social Sciences 281
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  • Language, Literature and the Arts 307
  • Notes 309
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  • Religion, Thought and Education 325
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  • Zionism, Israel and the Middle East 339
  • Notes 349
  • Recently Completed Doctoral Dissertations 351
  • Studies in Comtemporary Jewry XV 360
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