Jews and Jewish education in Germany today / by Eliezer Ben-Rafael, Olaf Glöckner, and Yitzhak Sternberg.

Since their recent dispersion from the former Soviet Union, Russian-speaking Jews (RSJ) have become the vast majority of Germany’s longstanding Jewry. An entity marked by permeable boundaries, they show a solidarity and commitment to world Jewry, including Israel, but feeble identification with thei...

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Superior document:Jewish identities in a changing world, v. 16
Year of Publication:2011
Series:Jewish identities in a changing world ; v. 16.
Physical Description:1 online resource (342 p.)
Notes:Description based upon print version of record.
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Table of Contents:
  • Preliminary Material
  • Chapter One General Perspectives
  • Chapter Two Jewry in Germany: Past and Present
  • Chapter Three Insertion in Society
  • Chapter Four The Dynamics of the Community
  • Chapter Five Collective Identities
  • Chapter Six Expectations of Jewish Education
  • Chapter Seven Jewish Education in Germany Today
  • Chapter Eight General Conclusions—An Ethnocultural Syndrome
  • Appendix One Leading Figures Discuss the Jewish Agenda in Germany
  • Appendix Two Jewish Educational Institutions in Germany (2010)
  • Bibliography
  • Index
  • Jewish Identities in a Changing World.