Leo Baeck Institute Yearbook LII (2007)

Preface by John Grenville and Raphael Gross

 

I. JEWISH IDENTITY

 

AMY BLAU: Claims of Language: Translation as a Mediation of Jewish
Identity and the Yiddish Reception of Nelly Sachs

 

MANFRED JEHLE: “Relocations” in South Prussia and New East Prussia:
Prussia’s Demographic Policy towards the Jews in Occupied Poland
1772–1806

 

JONATHAN M. HESS: Fiction and the Making of Modern Orthodoxy,
1857–1890: Orthodoxy and the Quest for the German-Jewish Novel

 

DAVID RECHTER: A Nationalism of Small Things: Jewish Autonomy in Late
Habsburg Austria

 

HANNAH-VILLETTE DALBY: German-Jewish Female Intellectuals and the
Recovery of German-Jewish Heritage in the 1940s and 1950s

 

II. OTHER GERMANS AND JEWS
SONJA WEINBERG: Germania and the Anti-Jewish Riots in Germany and
Russia, 1881–1882

 

ERIK GRIMMER-SOLEM: “Every True Friend of the Fatherland”: Gustav
Schmoller and the “Jewish Question”, 1916–1917

 

III. THE SWISS AND THE JEWS

 

JOHN M. EFRON: The Most Cruel Cut of All? The Campaign Against Jewish
Ritual Slaughter in Fin-de-Siècle Switzerland and Germany

 

BEATRIX MESMER: The Banning of Jewish Ritual Slaughter in Switzerland
JONATHAN STEINBERG: The Swiss and the Jews: Two Special Cases?

 

IV. TECHNICAL TRANSFER: A REFUGEE IN ENGLAND

 

GERHARD WOLF: Mac Goldsmith and the Modernisation of British Industry
(1936–1982)

 

V. HOLOCAUST

 

CHRISTINE HARTIG: “Conversations about taking our own lives—oh, a poor
expression for a forced deed in hopeless circumstances!” Suicide among
German Jews 1933–1943

 

STEPHANIE SEUL: The Representation of the Holocaust in the British
Propaganda Campaign directed at the German Public, 1938–1945

 

VI. DISSERTATION ABSTRACTS

 

VII. BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR 2006

 

VIII. LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS

 

IX. INDEX

 

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