New Perspectives on Modern Jewish History
Ed. by Wilhelm, Cornelia
- Vol. 7: The World Jewish Congress during the Holocaust (2014)
- Vol. 6: Jewish Identities in East and Southeast Asia (2014)
- Vol. 6: Familiar Strangers – German-Jewish relations in 19th Century America (2015)
- Vol. 5: East European Jews in Switzerland (2013) Ed. by Lewinsky, Tamar / Mayoraz, Sandrine
- Vol. 4: Jewish Identity in the Reconstruction South (2013)
- Vol. 3: Nazi Crimes against Jews and German Post-War Justice (2014)
- Vol. 2: Jewish Integration in the German Army in the First World War (2012)
- Vol. 1: Wartime Shanghai and the Jewish Refugees from Central Europe (2012)
Essential issues of Modern Jewish History are presented in new and focused perspectives to provide orientation in a time when the Jewish Studies are expanding to an unprecedented range of topics, periods, and approaches. The intention of the series is to provide fresh outlooks and major reference tools for a Jewish Studies community searching for essential readings and innovative approaches in the 21st century.
Aims and Scope
The peer-reviewed series seeks to provide an international platform for new approaches to the study of modern Jewish history. Covering the period from the Enlightenment to the 21st century, the series focuses on cutting-edge work in social, cultural, economic, and political history. It seeks to explore new avenues in the understanding of modern Jewries in their historical contexts, encouraging a multi-layered exploration of topics which transcend the analytical boundaries of ethnicity, nation, and religion. The series embraces monographs and challenging research-oriented anthologies dedicated to a deeper understanding of essential themes in the main fields of Jewish studies, such as Jewish thought, migration, biography, Israel and the Middle East, Holocaust studies, the history of memory, and identity.