Jews and Jewish education in Germany today /

"Since their recent dispersion from the former Soviet Union, Russian-speaking Jews (RSJ) have become the vast majority of Germany's longstanding Jewry. An entity marked by permeable boundaries, they show a solidarity and commitment to world Jewry, including Israel, but feeble identificatio...

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Ben Rafael, Eliezer
Other Authors: Glöckner, Olaf, Sternberg, Yitzhak
Format: Book
Published: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2011.
Series:Jewish identities in a changing world ; v. 16.
Table of Contents:
  • Preface (starting p. vii)
  • ch. One General Perspectives (starting p. 1)
  • ch. Two Jewry in Germany: Past and Present (starting p. 19)
  • ch. Three Insertion in Society (starting p. 39)
  • ch. Four The Dynamics of the Community (starting p. 71)
  • ch. Five Collective Identities (starting p. 87)
  • ch. Six Expectations of Jewish Education (starting p. 111)
  • ch. Seven Jewish Education in Germany Today (starting p. 125)
  • ch. Eight General Conclusions
  • An Ethnocultural Syndrome (starting p. 135)
  • Appendix One Leading Figures Discuss the Jewish Agenda in Germany (starting p. 153)
  • Appendix Two Jewish Educational Institutions in Germany (2010) (starting p. 243)
  • Bibliography (starting p. 311)
  • Index (starting p. 319)