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ISBN: 0253213185
Author: Arthur A. Goren
Language: English
Publisher: Indiana University Press; First Edition edition (July 1, 1999)
Pages: 288
Category: Americas
Subcategory: History
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Arthur A. Goren is Russell and Bettina Knapp Professor of American Jewish History at Columbia University. His books include New York Jews and the Quest for Community, Dissent in Zion: From the Writings of Judah L. Magnes, and The American Jews.

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Culture of American Jews (The Modern Jewish Experience).

Ten case studies focus on Jewish strategies for maintaining a collective identity while participating fully in American society and public life. The Politics and Public Culture of American Jews (The Modern Jewish Experience). 0253213185 (ISBN13: 9780253213181).

By public culture he refers to the large public events such as mass rallies, funerals, parades, and pageants that marked American Jewish life, particularly in New York, in the first half of the twentieth century. Public culture provided an expressive metier for socialist or Zionist politics. It gave expression to the collective identities of Jewish subgroups or, on occasion, to the entire community. The treatment of public culture is reminiscent of George Mosse's work on the role of public rituals in European and Jewish nationalism. Export citation Request permission.

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These strikingly lucid and accessible essays, ranging over nearly a century of Jewish communal life, examine the ways in which immigrant Jews grappled with issues of group survival in an open and accepting American society. Ten case studies focus on Jewish strategies for maintaining a collective identity while participating fully in American society and public life. Readers will find that these essays provide a fresh, provocative, and compelling look at the fundamental question facing American Jewry at the end of the 20th century, as at its start: how to assure Jewish survival in the benign conditions of American freedom.

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