1. “Remarkable Rather for Its Eloquence than Its Truth”: Modern Travelers Encounter the Holy Land—and Each Other’s Accounts Thereof
  2. Elliott Horowitz
  3. pp. 439-464
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  1. The Christian Appropriation of Jerusalem in the Fourth Century: The Case of the Bordeaux Pilgrim
  2. Oded Irshai
  3. pp. 465-486
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  1. Beyond Virtually Jewish: New Authenticities and Real Imaginary Spaces in Europe
  2. Ruth Ellen Gruber
  3. pp. 487-504
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  1. Jews as Postcards, or Postcards as Jews: Mobility in a Modern Genre
  2. Galit Hasan-Rokem
  3. pp. 505-546
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  1. Kitaj’s Napkin Map
  2. David N. Myers
  3. pp. 547-550
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  1. 3 Maccabees and the Jews of Egypt
  2. Uriel Rappaport
  3. pp. 551-557
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  1. Why Aren’t Jewish Women Circumcised?
  2. Mary R. D’Angelo
  3. pp. 558-562
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  1. Aestheticism, Rationalism, and Esotericism: Medieval Scholarship and Contemporary Polemics
  2. Nathaniel Berman
  3. pp. 563-583
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  1. Anti-Semitism in Imperial Germany: Cultural Code or Pervasive Prejudice?
  2. Peter Jelavich
  3. pp. 584-593
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  1. The Mismeasure of the Jew
  2. Alan T. Levenson
  3. pp. 594-602
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  1. U.S.—Israel Relations
  2. Shalom Goldman
  3. pp. 603-608
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  1. Books Received
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  1. Editor’s Introduction: The Condition of Travel
  2. David N. Myers
  3. pp. 437-438
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  1. Contributors
  2. p. 609
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