Multiculturalism and the Jews
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Multiculturalism and the Jews / Sander L. Gilman.
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Table of Contents:
- Chapter 1. Can the experience of diaspora Judaism serve as a model for Islam in today's Multicultural Europe?
- Chapter 2. Jews and the culture of decorum in enlightenment and post-enlightenment Germany
- Chapter 3. Jews and the constitution of the multicultural ethnic
- Chapter 4. Jews, multiculturalism, and Israel Zangwill's "melting pot"
- Chapter 5. Franz Kafka's diet: an answer to hybridity
- Chapter 6. Albert Einstein's violin: Jews, music, and the performance of identity
- Chapter 7. Whose body is it any way? hermaphrodites, gays, and Jews in N.O. body's Germany
- Chapter 8. The fanatic: Philip Roth and Hanif Kureishi confront success
- Chapter 9. "We're not Jews": imagining Jewish history and Jewish bodies in contemporary non-Jewish multicultural literature
- Chapter 10. Are Jews multicultural enough? late twentieth- and early twenty-first-century literary multiculturalism as seen from Jewish perspectives
- Chapter 11. Points of conflict : cultural values in "green" and "racial" anti-semitism.