The German language holds an ambivalent and controversial place in the modern history of European Jews, representing different—often conflicting—historical currents. It was the language of the German classics, of German Jewish writers and scientists, of Central European Jewish culture, and of Herzl and the Zionist movement. But it was also the language of Hitler, Goebbels, and the German. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Simon, Leon, Studies in Jewish nationalism. Westport, Conn.: Hyperion Press, (OCoLC) The book stands as a major contribution not only to our understanding of ancient Jewish nationalism but to the field of nationalism studies as a whole." - Aviel Roshwald, Georgetown University "It is satisfying to find a scholarly treatment that brings clarity to thorny topics such as ethnicity and nationalism." - Jewish Book WorldCited by: Religion and nationality [pub. in the Menorah journal, June and August,]--Hebraism and HellenismZionism and the Jewish problem [Zionist pamphlets, no. 1, ]--Hebrew education in Palestine [Zionist pamphlets, no. 8, ]--'One of the people' [pt. 1 in the Menorah journal, February ; pt. 2 in the Jewish forum, September ]--Palestine and Jewish nationalism [Round table, Pages:
Book Description. Nationalism, War and Jewish Education explores historical circumstances leading to the emergence of a Jewish religious school system lasting to modern times and the process by which this system was broken down and adapted in secular form as Jewish nationalism grew in the 19th and early 20th centuries. In the Roman period, education became an essential part of rabbinic. The book shows that the Jewish approach to nationalism was already strongly implanted in the Jewish community of Palestine in the ancient period. Mendels divides the concept of nationalism into 4 components that shaped nationalism in the ancient period, each one receiving a separate history from the period of the Maccabees until the Bar Kochba. Jodi Eichler-Levine is the Berman professor of Jewish civilization and an associate professor of religion studies at Lehigh University. She is the . Nationalism, War and Jewish Education explores historical circumstances leading to the emergence of a Jewish religious school system lasting to modern times and the process by which this system was broken down and adapted in secular form as Jewish nationalism grew in the 19th and early 20th centuries. In the Roman period, education became an essential part of rabbinic pacifist .
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Simon, Leon, Studies in Jewish nationalism. London, New York [etc.] Longmans, Green, and Co., Mazel tov to Dr. Devin E. Naar, whose archival work for "Jewish Salonica," his first book, won two National Jewish Book Awards. Jewish Rights, National Rights provides a completely new interpretation of the origins of Jewish nationalism in Russia. It argues that Jewish nationalism, and Jewish politics generally, developed in a changing legal environment where the idea that nations had rights was beginning to take hold, and centered on the demand for Jewish autonomy in. "Simon Rabinovitch's book is the first comprehensive work about Jewish nationalism and the attempts to establish Jewish autonomy in late Imperial and Revolutionary Russia Rabinovitch's innovative work makes a significant contribution in the fields of Russian and Eastern European Jewish History, Jewish nationalism, and minority rights.