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Cosmopolitanism, nationalism and the jews of East Central Europe

Author: Michael L Miller; Scott Ury
Publisher: Oxon : Routledge, 2015
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Since ancient times, Jews have had a long and tangled relationship to cosmopolitanism. Torn between a longstanding commitment to other Jews and the pressure to integrate into various host societies, many Jews have sought a third, seemingly neutral option, that of becoming citizens of the world: cosmopolitans. Few regions witnessed such intense debates on these questions as the lands of East Central Europe as they  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael L Miller; Scott Ury
ISBN: 9781138018525 113801852X
OCLC Number: 901035778
Description: 220 p.
Contents: 1. Cosmopolitanism: the end of Jewishness? Michael L. Miller and Scott Ury 2 Sabbatian Charlatans: the first Jewish cosmopolitans Pawel Maciejko 3. From liberal nationalism to cosmopolitan patriotism: Simon Deutsch and 1848ers in exile Michael L. Miller 4. Circulation and representation: Jews, department stores and cosmopolitan consumption in Germany, c.1880s --
1930s Paul Lerner 5 Jan Gottlieb Bloch: Polish cosmopolitism versus Jewish universalism Ela Bauer 6. Jews as cosmopolitans, foreigners, revolutionaries. Three images of the Jew in Polish and Russian nationalist ideology at the end of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries Semion Goldin 7. 'Russia's battle against the foreign': the anti-cosmopolitanism paradigm in Russian and Soviet ideology Frank Gruner 8. The 1919 Central European revolutions and the Judeo-Bolshevik myth Eliza Ablovatski 9. The unexpected cosmopolitans --
Romania's Jewry facin the Communist system Raphael Vago 10. Imagining 'the Jews' in Stalinist Polan nationalists or cosmopolites? Audrey Kichelewski 11. A jagged circle: from ethnicity to internationalism to cosmopolitanism --
and back Zvi Gitelman 12. The other story: Israeli historians and Jewish 'universalism' Israel Bartal

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Since ancient times, Jews have had a long and tangled relationship to cosmopolitanism. Torn between a longstanding commitment to other Jews and the pressure to integrate into various host societies, many Jews have sought a third, seemingly neutral option, that of becoming citizens of the world: cosmopolitans. Few regions witnessed such intense debates on these questions as the lands of East Central Europe as they entered the modern era. From Berlin to Moscow and from Vilna to Bucharest, the Jews of East Central Europe were repeatedly torn ...

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