AJJS, Volume XXV, 2011


Myer Samra: Editorial Introduction (p.3)
Fania Oz-Salzberger: Political Uses of the Hebrew Bible in Current Israeli Discourse: Transcending Right and Left (p.11)
Heather Merle Benbow: The Curious Case of Kafka, His Papers, the Library and the Archive (p.36)
Ya'arit Bokek-Cohen and Nitza Davidovich: Beauty in the Eye of the Matchmaker: How Religious Zionist Matchmakers in Israel Deal with Their Clients' Desire to Find Beautiful Partners (p.56)
Yitzhak Conforti: The 'New Jew' in the Zionist Movement: Ideology and Historiography (p.87)
Isaiah Gruber: Russians, Jews and Hebrew: The Makings of Ambivalence (p.119)
Esther Jilovsky: 'All a Myth? Come and See for Yourself': Place as Holocaust Witness in Survivor and Second Generation Memoirs of Return (p.153)
Ehud Manor: Louis Miller, the Warheit, and the Kehillah of New York, 1908-1909 (p.175)
Andrew Markus: Israel Connectedness: Australian, United States and English Survey Findings Compared (p.201)
Helena Rimon: In the Desert of the Other: Identity and Lucrimax in Modern Hebrew Fiction (p.222)


Book Reviews

Norman A. Stillman on Racheline Barda's Egyptian-Jewish Emigrés in Australia. Amherst, NY: Cambria Press, 2011, pp. 441 (p.246)
Myer Samra on Edwin Black's The Farhud: Roots of the Arab-Nazi Alliance in the Holocaust. Washington, DC: Dialog Press, 2010. pp. xvi+448 (p.250)
Myer Samra on Martin Gilbert's In Ishmael's House: A History of Jews in Muslim Lands. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2010. pp. xxiii+424. ISBN 978-0-300-16715-3. (p.256)
Nick Dyrenfurth on Jamie Glazov's United in Hate: the Left's Romance with Tyranny and Terror. California: WND Books, 2009. pp. xiii+264. ISBN 978-1935071600. (p.263)
Sanford H. Shudnow on Yitzchak Kraus's Ha-Shevi'i - The Seventh: Messianism in the Last Generation of Habad (Hebrew). Tel Aviv, Israel: Miskal-Yedioth Ahronoth Books and Chemed Books, 2007: ISBN 965-511-901-7. (p.266)
Jason Schulman on Norman Podhoretz's Why are Jews Liberal? New York: Doubleday, 2009. pp. 337. (p.271)
Ziva Shavitsky on Michael E. Stone's Selected Poems. Metulla, Israel: Cyclamens and Swords Publishing. 2010. [Available via http://www.cyclamensandswords.com]. (p.277)

Contributors (p.281)