AJJS, Volume XXVIII, 2014

Myer Samra: Editorial Introduction (pp.5-15)
Bernard Wasserstein: The Smile of the Cheshire Cat: Reflections on Jewish Cultural Crossings in the 58th Century (pp.16-27)
Dan Avnon: BDS and the Dynamics of Self-Righteous Moralism (pp.28-46)
Racheline Barda: The Jews of Egypt and the French Language - A Romance (pp.47-58)
Yona Gilead and Leon Perlman: Lost in Translation: Ida Fink's Eugenia (pp.59-86)
Jonathan Ari Lander: The 'Question of Judaism' in a Post-Rabbinic World: Australian Habonim and Hashomer Hatzair, 1940-2012 (pp.87-122)
Colin Tatz: The Politics of Being and Writing Jewish (pp.123-151)
Laura R. Wiseman: Lament in Hebrew Poetry: In Search of an Equitable Calculus of Voices (pp.152-189)

Book Reviews

Y. Tzvi Langermann on Lenn E. Goodman and D. Gregory Caramenico's Coming to Mind: The Soul and its Body. (pp.190-196)
Anna Rosenbaum on Jan Lanicek's Czechs, Slovaks and the Jews, 1938-48: Beyond Idealisation and Condemnation. (pp.196-200)
Stephen M. Cullen on Philip Mendes's Jews and the Left: The Rise and Fall of a Political Alliance. (pp.201-206)
Shalva Weil on Kenneth X. Robbins and Marvin Tokayer's Western Jews in India: From the Fifteenth Century to the Present. (pp.206-209)
Sherene Daniel on Eleanor Saul's The Singapore Connection. (pp.209-214)
Marvin Tokayer on Martin Sugarman's Under the Heel of Bushido: Last Voices of Jewish POWs of the Japanese in the Second World War. (pp.214-217)
Jeffrey Shandler on (ed.) Ghil`ad Zuckermann's International Journal of the Sociology of Linguistics No. 226: Special Issue on Jewish Language Contact. (pp.217-221)

Errata (p.222)
Contributors (p.223)