Divergent Jewish Cultures, Israel and America.

Volume 3: Divergent Jewish Cultures, Israel and America.
Edited by Deborah Dash Moore and S. Ilan Troen. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2001.

Contents

Introduction

Deborah Dash Moore

Part I. Establishing New Identities

1. The Construction of a Secular Jewish Identity: European and American Influences in Israeli Education
S. Ilan Troen

2. Producing the Future: The Impresario Culture of American Zionism Before 1948
Jeffrey Shandler

3. Moroccan Jews and the Shaping of Israel's Sacred Geography
Yoram Bilu

4. Identity, Ritual, and Pilgrimage: The Meetings of the Israel Exploration Society
Michael Feige

5. Mirror, Mirror on the Wall: Clothing, Identity, and the Modern Jewish Experience
Jenna Weissman Joselit

6. Sculpting an American Jewish Hero: The Monuments, Myths, and Legends of Haym Salomon
Beth S. Wenger

Part II. Contested Identities

7. Imagining Europe: The Popular Arts of American Jewish Ethnography
Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett

8. The Shoah as Israel's Political Trope
Gulie Ne'eman Arad

9. "I am Other": The Holocaust Survivor's Point of View in Yehudit Hendel's Short Story "They Are Others"
Nurith Gertz

10. "A Drastically Bifurcated Legacy": Homeland and Jewish Identity in Contemporary Jewish American Literature
Tresa Grauer

11. The Impact of Statehood on the Hebrew Literary Imagination: Haim Hazaz and the Zionist Narrative
Arnold J. Band

Part III. Political Cultures

12. Becoming Ethnic, Becoming American: Different Patterns and Configurations of the Assimilation of Eastern European Jews, 1890-1940
Ewa Morawska

13. Strangers No Longer: Jews and Postwar American Political Culture
Ira Katznelson

14. Changing Places, Changing Cultures: Divergent Jewish Political Cultures Daniel J. Elazar Epilogue On Living in Two Cultures
Arthur Aryeh Goren