Jews, Catholics, and the Burden of History
Volume XXI of the distinguished annual Studies in Contemporary Jewry marks sixty years since the end of the Second World War and forty years since the Second Vatican Council's efforts to revamp Church relations with the Jewish people and the Jewish faith. Jews, Catholics, and the Burden of History offers a collection of new scholarship on the nature of the Jewish-Catholic encounter between 1945 and 2005, with an emphasis on how this relationship has emerged from the shadow of the Holocaust.
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Holocaust Memory and Judgment
Book Reviews arranged by subject
Contents for Volume XXII
Note on Editorial Policy
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Abraham Sutzkever American Jewish American Jews anti-Jewish antisemitism argued Auschwitz bishops camps Catholic Catholic Church Catholicism century Christian Communist contemporary critical cross culture David debate Democratic dialogue diaries documents Dreyfus economic essay ethnic Europe European Fascism film Franz Boas Gazeta Wyborcza German ghetto Glemp haredi Hebrew historian Holocaust literature Ibid idem ideology immigrants Isaac Israel Israeli issue Jacques Maritain Jewish community Jewish history Jewish identity Jewish-Christians Jewry Jews and Catholics Jews by choice Jews by religion Judaism language leaders liberal Lithuania Maritain modern Jewish Musiał Nazi negotiations non-Jewish spouses one’s Orthodox party percent period Pius XII Poland Poles Polish political Pope pope’s position postwar Protestant public memory published question Rabbi Radio Maryja religious reparations response role secular Sharett social society Soviet survivors Sutzkever synagogue Torah traditional Tygodnik Powszechny University Vatican Warsaw women writing Yad Vashem Yiddish Yishuv York Zionist