ToC: European Judaism (Vol. 54, Issue 1)

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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 54, Issue 1

 

Editorial

Jonathan Magonet

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The Synagogue and the Legacies of the Holocaust: The German Refugee Rabbis and Cantors

Introduction

Cornelia Wilhelm

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German Refugee Rabbis in the United States and the Formation of ‘the Last Generation of the German Rabbinate’

Cornelia Wilhelm

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‘We Were Refugees and Carried a Special Burden’: Emotions, Brazilian Politics and the German Jewish Émigré Circle in São Paulo, 1933–1957

Björn Siegel

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Starting Anew: German Rabbis and Their Experiences in Britain 1939–1956

Astrid Zajdband

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‘Fate Leads the Willing, and Drags the Unwilling’: Eric Werner, Wissenschaft des Judenthums, and the Postwar Reconstruction of Jewish Music Study

Judah M. Cohen

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Texts in Dialogue

Texts in Dialogue: Introduction

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Jesus Ben Sira 24: On Wisdom, Who Has Found an Earthly Dwelling Place

Veronika Bachmann

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Streams to the Ocean of Wisdom: Reflections on Ben Sira 24

Mark L. Solomon

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From the Tradition

The Voice in Women: Subjected and Rejected

Barbara Borts

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What Can Rabbinic Depictions of Ruth’s Conversion Teach Us about the Importance of Belief in Judaism?

Maciej ‘Mati’ Kirschenbaum

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Contemporary Thought

Isaiah Berlin and the Animal Instinct

Paul Delany

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In Memoriam

Dr Eric L. Friedland z’l (20 January 1940–16 January 2020)

Andrew Goldstein

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Rabbi Neil Kraft z’l (13 September 1950–27 March 2020)

Daniel Smith

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Rabbi Andre Ungar z’l (21 July 1929–5 May 2020)

Jonathan Magonet

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Book Reviews

Ursula Rudnick, Marc Saperstein, and Jonathan Magonet

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Books Received but Not Reviewed

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