ToC: European Judaism (Vol. 53, Issue 2)

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Dear Colleague,

 

The latest issue of European Judaism: A Journal for the New Europe has published!

 

Please visit the Berghahn website for more information about the journal: www.berghahnjournals.com/european-judaism

 

Volume 53, Issue 2

 

Editorial

Jonathan Magonet

https://bit.ly/2Er73Qy

 

Reading with Albert Friedlander

Out of the Whirlwind Reconsidered: Context and Appreciation

Michael Berkowitz

https://bit.ly/3hUmNJG

 

Speaking of the Holocaust: From Silence to Knowledge and Back Again

Keith Kahn-Harris

https://bit.ly/2RQJT9x

 

Berlin 1927: Intersections with Albert Friedlander

Susanne Kord

https://bit.ly/3kKn1F8

 

Albert H. Friedlander: An American Appreciation

Amy-Jill Levine

https://bit.ly/2ErOpYV

 

Laughter in the Ghetto: Cabarets from a Concentration Camp

Lisa Peschel

https://bit.ly/3613QCH

 

Reading with Albert

Cassy Sachar

https://bit.ly/3kIzyIS

 

The Long Shadow of the Perpetrators

Alexandra Senfft

https://bit.ly/3hXyVcA

 

Ernst Leitz of Wetzlar and Helping the Persecuted: Scope of the Research and Some Reflections

Frank Dabba Smith

https://bit.ly/2G0pCLS

 

Anglo Jewish History

Why Were the Founders of Liberal Judaism in Britain Opposed to Zionism?

Lev Taylor

https://bit.ly/33X6YNa

 

From the Tradition

A Piyyut for Hoshana Rabbah

Iris Ferreira

https://bit.ly/2RRoOvv

 

Why Does God Get It Wrong?: Divine Fallibility in Athens and Jerusalem

Gabriel Kanter Webber

https://bit.ly/3cnMbGk

 

In Memoriam

Evelyn Friedlander, Aviva bat Miriam v’David, 22 June 1940–2 October 2019

Jonathan Magonet

https://bit.ly/32XjdKt

 

Book Reviews and Review Essay

Melissa Raphael, Dorothea Magonet, and Frank Dabba Smith

https://bit.ly/32UXkv7

 

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