Archive for the ‘ToC Jewish Social Studies’ Category

Jewish Social Studies 12 (2005/06), Heft 3

Mittwoch, Dezember 13th, 2006

Rebecca Kobrin: Rewriting the Diaspora: Images of Eastern Europe in the Bialystok Landsmanshaft Press, 1921-45 (S. 1)

Gur Alroey: “And I Remained Alone in a Vast Land”: Women in the Jewish Migration from Eastern Europe (S. 39)

Allison Schachter: The Shtetl and the City: The Origins of Nostalgia in Ba-yamin ha-hem and Shloyme reb khayims (S. 73)

Susan A. Glenn: The Vogue of Jewish Self-Hatred in Post-World War II America (S. 95)

Jeffrey S. Gurock: The Late Friday Night Orthodox Service: An Exercise in Religious Accommodation (S. 137)

Marjorie Lamberti: The Reception of Refugee Scholars from Nazi Germany in America: Philanthropy and Social Change in Higher Education (S. 157)

Shaul Magid: In Search of a Critical Voice in the Jewish Diaspora: Homelessness and Home in Edward Said and Shalom Noah Barzofsky’s Netivot Shalom (S. 193)

Contributors (S. 228)

In Forthcoming Issues (S. 229)

Notice to Contributors (S. 230)