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Preface: Judaism and the culture of memory / Thomas Gergely Introduction: European Jewry and Klal Yisrael / Eliezer Ben-Rafael, Thomas Gergely, and Yosef Gorny Is the French model in decline? / Pierre Birnbaum Case of Belgium / Jean-Philippe Schreiber Identity of Dutch Jews / Ludo Abicht Russian-Jewish immigration to Germany / Julius H. Schoeps, Willi Jasper, and Olaf Glöckner Religiosity, praxis, and tradition in contemporary Hungarian Jewry / András Kovács Being Jewish in Romania after the second world war / Carol Iangu Jewish identity, memory, and anti-Semitism / Maurice Konopnicki Siamese twins: religion and secularism in Jewish national thought / Yosef Gorny Israeli identity and mission in Buber's thought / Shalom Ratzabi Sovereignty, voluntarism, and Jewish identity: Nathan Rotenstreich / Avi Bareli On religious-secular tensions / Avi Sagi Religious-secular cleavage in contemprary Israel / Yochanan Peres On European Jewish Orthodoxy, Sephardic tradition, and the Shas movement / Zvi Zohar Ultra-Orthodox, Orthodox, and secular women in college / Lior Ben-Chaim Rafael Challenge of secularism to Jewish survival in Abba Hillel Silver's thinking / Ofer Shiff Identities of Jewish American women / Suzanne Vromen Jews and secularization: a challenge or a prospect? / Guy Haarscher Submission and subversion before the law / Rivon Krygier Tradition of diaspora and political reality of the state of Israel / David Meyer Diaspora museum and Israeli-Jewish identity / Dina Porat Jewish transnational community and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem / Uri Cohen Contemporary dilemmas of identity: Israel and the diaspora / Eliezer Ben-Rafael Was the Shoah the "sanctification of God"? / Thomas Gergely.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. -312) and indexes.
Learn about over 1,000 camps and ghettos in Volume I and II of this encyclopedia, which are available as a free PDF download. This reference provides text, photographs, charts, maps, and extensive indexes.