Colonialism and the Jews

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Full title: Colonialism and the Jews / edited by Ethan B. Katz, Lisa Moses Leff, and Maud S. Mandel.
Other authors: Katz, Ethan, (Editor)
Leff, Lisa Moses, (Editor)
Mandel, Maud, 1967- (Editor)
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Table of Contents:
  • 1. Introduction: Engaging colonial history and Jewish history / Ethan B. Katz, Lisa Moses Leff, Maud S. Mandel
  • Part 1. Subjects and agents of Empire
  • 2. The "Oriental Jews" of the Maghreb: reinventing the North African Jewish past in the colonial era / Colette Zytnicki
  • 3. The rise of German imperialism and the German Jewish engagement in Islamic studies / Susannah Heschel
  • 4. Not the retiring kind: Jewish colonials in England in the mid-nineteenth century / Adam Mendelsohn
  • 5. Oriental, feminist, orientalist: the new Jewish woman / Frances Malino
  • 6. Jews in the crosshairs of Empire: a Franco-Russian comparison / Israel Bartal
  • Part 2. Jews in colonial politics
  • 7. Crémieux's children: Joseph Reinach, Léon Blum, and René Cassin as Jews of French empire / Ethan B. Katz
  • 8. Zionism, emigration, and East European colonialism / Tara Zahra
  • 9. Zionism and the British Labour Party / David Feldman
  • 10. Vichy in Morocco: the residency, Mohammed V, and his indigenous Jewish subjects / Daniel Schroeter
  • 11. The politics of street riots: anti-Jewish violence in Tunisia before decolonization / Maud S. Mandel
  • Part 3. Zionism and colonialism
  • 12. Is Zionism a colonial movement? / Derek J. Penslar
  • 13. Derek Penslar's "Algebra of modernity": how should we understand the relation between Zionism and colonialism? / Joshua Cole
  • 14. Moving Zionism to Asia: texts and tactics of colonial settlement, 1917-1921 / Elizabeth F. Thompson
  • 15. What we talk about when we talk about colonialism: a response to Joshua Cole and Elizabeth Thompson / Derek J. Penslar.