Cultural Transfers and Translations between Europe and the United States: Schocken Books and the Transnational Dimension of American Jewry
Markus Krah is a lecturer in Jewish Religious and Intellectual History at University Potsdam. His research focuses on the transnational entanglements of American with other Jewries, and is currently examining the transnational Jewish publishing house Schocken Books and its formative role in the post-1945 cultural formation of American Jewry.
Krah received his PhD from the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York. He currently edits PaRDeS, the journal of the German Association for Jewish Studies.
- American Jewry and the Re-Invention of the East European Jewish Past (De Gruyter, 2018)