Being Jewish in 21st-century Germany /

The unexpected immigration wave from the former Soviet Union has stabilized and enlarged Jewish life in Germany up from the 1990ies. No doubt: Jews will continue to live in Germany. But what does it mean to live a Jewish life in present Germany? How is it reflected in culture? Who are the new Jewish...

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Fireberg, Haim (Editor), Glöckner, Olaf (Editor)
Format: Book
Published: Berlin [Germany] ; Boston [Massachusetts] : De Gruyter Oldenbourg, 2015.
Series:Europäisch-jüdische Studien. Beiträge ; Volume 16.
Table of Contents:
  • Frontmatter
  • Table of Contents
  • Preface
  • Jews in Divided Germany (1945-1990) and Beyond / Wolffsohn, Michael
  • The Making of Holocaust Trauma in German Memory / Elm, Michael
  • Saving the German-Jewish Legacy? / Schoeps, Julius H.
  • Germany's Russian-speaking Jews / Ben-Rafael, Eliezer
  • Russian Food Stores and their Meaning for Jewish Migrants in Germany and Israel / Bernstein, Julia
  • Moving from the Present via the Past to Look toward the Future / Kotowski, Elke-Vera
  • Israelis and Germany / Oz-Salzberger, Fania
  • Reconceptualization of Jewish Identity as Reflected in Contemporary German-Jewish Humorist Literature / Mittelmann, Hanni
  • Hava Nagila / Troyke, Karsten
  • Aliyah Le Berlin / Johnston, Zachary
  • Educated Anti-Semitism in the Middle of German Society / Schwarz-Friesel, Monika
  • Anti-Semitism within the Extreme Right and Islamists' Circles / Jikeli, Günther
  • Thrice Tied Tales / Eksner, H. Julia
  • New Structures of Jewish Education in Germany / Glöckner, Olaf
  • A Vision Come True / Homolka, Walter
  • Authors and Editors
  • Index
  • Names Index.