TOC: Jewish Social Studies 23.1

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The editors of Jewish Social Studies are pleased to announce the publication of issue 23.1, with the following articles:

 

Petah Tikva, 1886: Gender, Anonymity, and the Making of Zionist Memory

            Liora Halperin

 

Writing Hunger in a Modernist Key in the Warsaw Ghetto: Leyb Goldin’s “Chronicle of a Single Day”

            Sven-Erik Rose

 

Our Most Beautiful Children: Communist Contests and Poetry for Immigrant Jewish Youth in Popular Front France

            Nick Underwood

 

The Architecture of Jewish Trade in Postwar Germany: Jewish Shops and Shopkeepers between Provisionality and Permanence

            Anna Holian

 

Traditional Judaism: The Conceptualization of Jewishness in the Lives of American Jewish Post-Boomers

            Ari Y. Kelman, Tobin Belzer, Ilana Horwitz, Ziva Hassenfeld, and Matt Williams

 

The journal is available online through JSTOR (https://www.jstor.org/journal/jewisocistud) and Project Muse (https://muse.jhu.edu/journal/105).

 

For information on submissions, please visit http://jewishstudies.stanford.edu/jewish-social-studies.