Tradition and change in Jewish experience

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Contributors: Jamison, A. Leland 1911-1986.
Format: Book
Published: Syracuse, NY : Dept. of Religion, Syracuse University, 1978, c1977.
Series:B.G. Rudolph lectures in Judaic studies.
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Table of Contents:
  • Jamison, A.L. Introduction
  • Davis, M. The Jewish people in metamorphosis
  • Samuel, M. Race, nation, and people in the Jewish Bible
  • Neusner, J. Politics and theology in Talmudic Babylonia
  • Marcus, J.R. The American colonial Jew
  • Silberman, L.H. American impact : Judaism in the United States in the early nineteenth century
  • Korn, B.W. German-Jewish intellectual influences on American Jewish life, 1824-1972
  • Gordis, R. Jewish tradition in the modern world
  • Plaut, W.G. The Sabbath as protest
  • Schwarz, L.W. Mutations of Jewish values in contemporary American fiction
  • Sandmel. S. After the ghetto
  • Hertzberg, A. Anti-semitism and Jewish uniqueness
  • Fackenheim, E.L. The human condition after Auschwitz
  • Karp, A.J. Jewish perceptions of America
  • Sachar, A.L. At the threshold of the third century.