Leo Baeck Institute Yearbook L (2005)

 

 

Preface by John Grenville and Raphael Gross

 

I. INTELLECTUAL RESISTANCE IN THERESIENSTADT

 

MIRIAM INTRATOR: The Theresienstadt Ghetto Central Library, Books and Reading: Intellectual Resistance and Escape during the Holocaust

 

II. LITERARY INTERPRETATION AND INTELLECTUAL HISTORY

 

ELIZABETH PETUCHOWSKI: “Ein Wort—du weißt”: Finding a Solution to a Riddle in Paul Celan’s Poem Nächtlich Geschürzt

 

JOEL GOLB: Celan’s “Tones”: A Reading of Huhediblu

 

PAUL MONOD: Reading the Two Bodies of Ernst Kantorowicz

 

III. ANTISEMITSM

 

PETER STAUDENMAIER: Rudolf Steiner and the Jewish Question

 

PETER MELICHAR: Who is a Jew? Antisemitic Defining, Identifying and Counting in pre-1938 Austria

 

IV. JEWS IN GERMAN POLITICS

 

ALEXANDER JOSKOWICZ: Liberal Judaism and Confessional Politics of Difference in the German Kulturkampf

 

JONATHAN WRIGHT AND PETER PULZER: Gustav Stresemann and the Verband Nationaldeutscher Juden. Right-Wing Jews in Weimar Politics

 

V. JEWISH SELF-PERCEPTIONS

 

SANDER L. GILMAN: The Problem with Purim: Jews and Alcohol in the Modern Period

 

JACOB GOLOMB: Jewish Self-hatred: Nietzsche, Freud and the Case of Theodor Lessing

 

VI. RUSSIAN JEWS IN GERMANY

 

YINON COHEN AND IRENA KOGAN: Jewish Immigration from the Former Soviet Union to Germany and Israel in the 1990s

 

SIMON RABINOVITCH: The Dawn of a New Diaspora: Simon Dubnov’s Autonomism, from St. Petersburg to Berlin

 

OLAF TERPITZ: Between Russendisko and the Yid Peninsula: The Concepts of Art and Lebenswelt in the Work of Wladimir Kaminer and Oleg Iur’ev

 

VII. MEMOIR

 

GERTRUD H. THOMPSON: The Dr. Leonore Goldschmidt Schule (1935-1941)

 

VIII. DISSERTATION ABSTRACTS

 

IX. BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR 2004

 

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