Preface by John Grenville and Raphael Gross
I. THE PERCEPTION OF JEWS IN GERMAN SOCIETY
AYA ELYADA: Yiddish – Language of Conversion? Linguistic Adaptation and its Limits in Early Modern Judenmission
CHRISTIAN STUART DAVIS: Colonialism and Antisemitism during the Kaiserreich: Bernhard Dernburg and the Antisemites
MICHAH GOTTLIEB: Publishing the Moses Mendelssohn Jubiläumsausgabe in Weimar and Nazi Germany
DAVID HEREDIA: Der Spiegel and the Image of Jews in Germany: The Early Years, 1947-1956
II. IMMIGRATION AND CULTURAL EXCHANGE
SIBYLLE QUACK: Immigration and Change: German Jewish Presences in the United States and Germany, 25-27 March 2007, New York. A Conference Report
PETER GAY: Reflections on Hitler’s Refugees in the United States. Keynote Speech.
MARION A. KAPLAN: “A Very Modest Experiment” – The Jewish Refugee Settlement in Sosúa, 1940-1945
ATINA GROSSMANN: German Jews as Provincial Cosmopolitans: Reflections from the Upper West Side
MICHAEL REISCH: The Democratic Promise: The Impact of German-Jewish Immigration on Social Work in the United States
KATHARINA RAUSCHENBERGER: The Restitution of Jewish Cultural Objects and the Activities of Jewish Cultural Reconstruction Inc.
WILFRIED WEINKE: “… what the word liberty means to me now.” Harry Lipstadt’s Imprisonment and Escape from Hamburg
V. BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR 2007
VI. LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS