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Deutsch-jüdische Jugendliche im "Zeitalter der Jugend"

Author: Yotam Hotam; Universiṭah ha-ʻIvrit bi-Yerushalayim. Merkaz Ḳobner le-hisṭoryah Germanit.; Sonderforschungsbereich Erinnerungskulturen.
Publisher: Göttingen : V & R unipress, 2009.
Series: Formen der Erinnerung, Bd. 43.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : German : 1. AuflView all editions and formats
Summary:
This groundbreaking collection of essays discusses from a variety of historical, philosophical, and cultural perspectives the appearance of the Jewish Youth Movements and youth organizations, within the context of the early twentieth century cultural atmosphere in central Europe. The essays, written by leading Israeli and German scholars in the field of modern German and German-Jewish history, cover a wide bend of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Kongress
Conference papers and proceedings
History
Congresses
Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Yotam Hotam; Universiṭah ha-ʻIvrit bi-Yerushalayim. Merkaz Ḳobner le-hisṭoryah Germanit.; Sonderforschungsbereich Erinnerungskulturen.
ISBN: 9783899715576 3899715578
OCLC Number: 489086880
Language Note: In German; includes texts translated from the Hebrew.
Notes: Papers presented at a conference at Hebrew University Jerusalem held May 16-18, 2004 sponsored by the Richard Koebner Minerva Centre for German History and the Giessener Sonderforschungsbereich Erinnerungskulturen.
Description: 276 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: "Strategie Jugend" --
Politische Theologie, Zionismus und Zeit / Yotam Hotam --
Das Projekt zur Rettung der Moderne : Erich Gutkind und Emmanuel Levinas zu Jugend, Alter und Tod / Sharon Gordon --
Die anarchistische Ästhetik der Jugendbewegung "HaShomer HaZa'ir" in den 1920er Jahren und das Tragische in ihrer Weltanschauung / Ofer Nordheimer-Nur --
Gemeinschaft : jüdische Jugendfotografie 1924 bis 1938 / Ulrike Pilarczyk --
Zur Geschichte der deutschen Jugendbewegung seit 1900 : einige einführende Bemerkungen / Jürgen Reulecke --
Identitätssuche und Erinnerungsikonographie : deutsch-jüdische Jugendbewegung 1912-1933 / Daniela Neuser --
Jugendbewegung und Realitätserfahrung : von der deutsch-jüdischen Jugendbewegung zur Kibbuzgesellschaft / Irmgard Klönne --
Auf der Suche nach der zentraleuropäisch-jüdischen Generation des Ersten Weltkrieges : "Weltbühne" und "Brith Shalom" / Adi Gordon --
"Dazugehören" : Junge Jüdische Kommunisten in der Weimarer Republik / Stefanie Schüler-Springorum --
Lenin oder Jabotinsky? Jüdische Identitätssuche in Salzburg nach dem Ersten Weltkrieg / Helga Embacher --
Das Bild der Jugend : der Prager Kreis zu Beginn des 20. Jahrhunderts / Zohar Maor --
Die Jugendbewegung "HaShomer HaZa'ir" in Palästina : vom nietzscheschen Individualismus zum leninistisch-stalinistischen Kollektivismus / Rina Peled --
Genealogien des Nationalismus: die Erde von Eretz Israel / Boaz Neumann.
Series Title: Formen der Erinnerung, Bd. 43.
Responsibility: Yotam Hotam (Hg.).

Abstract:

This groundbreaking collection of essays discusses from a variety of historical, philosophical, and cultural perspectives the appearance of the Jewish Youth Movements and youth organizations, within the context of the early twentieth century cultural atmosphere in central Europe. The essays, written by leading Israeli and German scholars in the field of modern German and German-Jewish history, cover a wide bend of phenomena such as the Jewish Youth in Salzburg and Prague, The Jewish Youth Movements "Blau-Weiss" and "Ha'shomer Hatz'air," the youth pioneers in Palestine, as well as the unique visual culture and radical philosophy of "being young" which characterized the Jewish youth--in an intense dialogue with the contemporaneous German model. "The Age of Youth," referring both to the "being young" and to the specific European context of the turn of the nineteenth and early twentieth century in which a new model of youth was introduced, encloses new and pivotal perspectives of youth movements and organizations which deeply influenced the emerging Jewish identity, culture and political understandings of that era. This collection of essays will be of value to scholars who are interested in German and Jewish history, Political Studies, Culture Studies, Continental Philosophy, Pedagogy, and Theology.--Publisher's website.

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