Studies in Contemporary Jewry
An Annual

  Editors: Jonathan Frankel, Eli Lederhendler,
Peter Y. Medding, Ezra Mendelsohn
Managing Editors: Laurie E. Fialkoff, Hannah Levinsky-Koevary

Published for the Institute by
Oxford  University  Press
New York  -  Oxford

The publication of Studies in Contemporary Jewry has been made possible
though the generous assistance of the
Samuel and Althea Stroum Philanthropic Fund, Seattle, Washington.

Volume

Editor

Symposium


I

Jonathan Frankel

Ostjuden in Central and Western Europe

II

Peter Medding

The Challenge of Modernity and Jewish Orthodoxy

III

Ezra Mendelsohn

Jews and Other Ethnic Groups in a Multi-ethnic World

IV

Jonathan Frankel

The Jews and the European Crisis, 1914-21

V

Peter Medding

Israel - State and Society, 1948-1988

VI

Ezra Mendelsohn

Art and its Uses: The Visual Image and Modern Jewish Society (guest editor Richard I. Cohen)

VII

Jonathan Frankel

Jews and Messianism in the Modern Era

VIII

Peter Medding

A New Jewry? America Since the Second World War

IX

Ezra Mendelsohn

Modern Jews and Their Musical Agendas

X

Jonathan Frankel

Reshaping the Past: Jewish History and the Historians

XI

Peter Medding

Values, Interests and Identity: Jews and Politics in a Changing World

XII

Ezra Mendelsohn

Literary Strategies: Jewish Texts and Contexts

XIII

Jonathan Frankel

The Fate of the European Jews, 1939-1945: Continuity or Contingency?

XIV

Peter Medding

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

XV

Ezra Mendelsohn

People of the City: Jews and the Urban Challenge

XVI
Jonathan Frankel Jews and Gender: The Challenge to Hierarchy
XVII
Eli Lederhendler Who Owns Judaism?: Public Religion and Private Faith in America and Israel
XVIII
Peter Medding Jews and Violence: Images, Ideologies, Realities