Symposium ; Ethnicity and Beyond: Theories and Dilemmas of Jewish Group Demarcation ; Ewa Morawska, Ethnicity as a Primordial-Situational-Constructed Experience: Different Times, Different Places, Different Constellations, ; Tony Michels, Communism and the Problem of Ethnicity in the 1920s: The Case of Moissaye Olgin ; Joel Perlmann, Ethnic Group Strength, Intermarriage, and Group Blending ; Sarah Bunin Benor and Steven M. Cohen, Talking Jewish: The "Ethnic English" of American Jews ; Bethamie Horowitz, Old Casks in New Times: The Reshaping of American Jewish Identity in the 21st Century ; Uzi Rebhun, Jews and the Ethnic Scene: A Multidimensional Theory ; Riv-Ellen Prell, The Utility of the Concept of "Ethnicity" for the Study of Jews ; Jonathan D. Sarna, Ethnicity and Beyond ; Essay ; Hagit Lavsky, German Jewish Interwar Migration in a Comparative Perspective: Mandatory Palestine, the United States, and Great Britain ; Book Reviews ; Contents for Volume XXVI ; Note on Editorial Policy
Eli Lederhendler is Stephen S. Wise Professor of American Jewish History and Institutions at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. His works include Jewish Immigrants and American Capitalism, 1880-1920: From Caste to Class and New York Jews and the Decline of Urban Ethnicity, 1950-1970. The current editors of Studies in Contemporary Jewry are Richard I. Cohen, Anat Helman, Eli Lederhendler, and Uzi Rebhun, all of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
Studies in Contemporary Jewry has quickly established itself as one of the most important yearly publications in the world of Jewish scholarship. * American Jewish Archives *