Leo Baeck Institute Year Book (2012)

 

I.THE GERMAN – JEWISH LITERARY CANON

 

MARK H.GELBER: Autobiography and History: StefanZweig,TheodorHerzl and Die

 

Welt von Gestern

 

CAROLINE JESSEN: ‘‘Vergangenheiten haben ihr eigenes Beharrungsvermo«gen . . .’’

 

Josef Kastein and theTroublesome Persistence of a Canon of German Literature in

 

Palestine/Israel

 

SANDER L. GILMAN: ‘Jewish Humour’and the Terms byWhich Jews andMuslims

 

JoinWestern

 

II. THE GERMAN RABBINATE ABROAD

 

CORNELIAWILHELM ANDTOBIASGRILL: Introduction

 

CHAYA BRASZ: Dutch Jewry and itsUndesired German Rabbinate

 

MICHAEL A.MEYER:The Refugee Rabbis:Trials and Transmissions

 

ROBERT JU≪ TTE: NotWelcomed with Open Arms. German Rabbis in Eretz Yisrael,

 

1933-1948

 

III. GERMAN – JEWISH PHILOSOPHYAND THOUGHT

 

IRA BEDZOW: Minhag Israel TorahHe (The Customof Israel isTorah):TheRole

 

of Custom in the Formation of Orthodoxy

 

MATTHEW HANDELMAN: Franz Rosenzweig’sModernMathematics

 

JUDAHLEVINE: ‘‘TheHoly Spark’’:Martin Buber andNew Jewish Learning

 

ELIAS SACKS: Finden Sie mich sehramerikanisch? JacobTaubes,Hermann Cohen, and

 

the Return to German-Jewish Liberalism

 

IV. JEWISH POLITICS

 

ADAM SUTCLIFFE: Ludwig Bo«rne, JewishMessianism, and the Politics ofMoney

 

ROBERT S. WISTRICH: Rosa Luxemburg:The Polish-German-Jewish Identities of a

 

Revolutionary Internationalist

 

STEFAN VOGT:The FirstWorldWar, GermanNationalism, and theTransformation of

 

German Zionism

 

V. CONTEMPORARY LITERATURE AND FILM

 

JUDITHKEILBACH: Houses,Vases, Bicycles and RockingHorses: ‘Aryanised’Objects in

 

theDocumentaries DieAkte Joel andMariannesHeimkehr

 

RACHEL RAMSAY: Eine verwandtschaftliche Verbindung (A Connection

 

of Kinship)? Jewish-Turkish Alliances in Contemporary JewishWriting in

 

German

 

VI. LISTOF CONTRIBUTORS

 

VII. BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

VIII. BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEX 2011

 

VIII. INDEX