Studies in Contemporary Jewry: Volume XIX: Jews and the State: Dangerous Alliances and the Perils of Privilege
Bringing together contributions from established scholars from multiple disciplines and countries, Volume XIX of Studies in Contemporary Jewry offers a comparative view of alliances between Jewish communities and the state. Together, the volume's contents show the price Jews paid for allying with unpopular regimes. The essays cover the American South, South Africa, Canada, Algeria, Morocco, Poland, Hungary, Romania, and Russia.
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Contents for Volume XX
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20th century activists activities African Algerian Jews Alliance American Jewish American Jews anti-Jewish antisemitism apartheid Arendt authorities became Board of Deputies Budapest Central chief rabbi Committee Communist court Jews critical cultural Czech democratic dhimmi Dubnov economic Eichmann emigrants essay ethnic France Francophones French Canadians German government’s groups Hebrew Hitler Holocaust Hungarian Hungary Ibid ideology immigrants Israel Israeli issue Jerusalem Jewish community Jewish history Jewish identity Jewish institutions Jewish leaders Jewish politics Jewish population Jewry Judaism juifs leadership liberal living major Maroc mellah Montreal Moroccan Morocco movement Muslim Nazi noted official OPE’s organizations Pale of Settlement Palestine Palestinian percent Petersburg Pierre Anctil Poland Polish position postwar Quebec racial reform regime religious role Romanian Rosen rubles Russian sharifian social society South Africa South African Jews southern Jews Soviet status sultan tion traditional University World Yishuv York Zionist