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Volume 14, Number 2, Summer 2009

Table of Contents

From: Israel Studies

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Holocaust, History, and Memory

Teaching the Shoah in History Classes in Israeli High Schools

pp. 1-25

In the Name of Six Million Accusers: Gideon Hausner as Attorney-general and His Place in the Eichmann Trial

pp. 26-49

From Exclusion to Inclusion: Jewish WWII Soldiers in the Israeli National Narrative

pp. 50-71

Zionist Dialectics-Partition Debates


pp. 72-73

The Zionist Debates on Partition (1919–1947)

pp. 74-87

Opposing Partition: The Zionist Predicaments After the Shoah

pp. 88-104

Partition and the Arab Palestinian Minority in Israel

pp. 105-119

The Bi-National State Solution

pp. 120-133

Gender Issues

The Lives and Deaths of Female Military Casualties in Israel During the 1950s

pp. 134-157

Women of Valor: The Garin Program and the Israel Defense Forces

pp. 158-177

Inter-Religious Marriages in Israel: Gendered Implications for Conversion, Children, and Citizenship

pp. 178-197

The Evolution of Critical Paradigms in Israeli Feminist Scholarship: A Theoretical Model

pp. 198-221


Above the Death Pits, Beneath the Flag: Youth Voyages to Poland and the Performance of Israeli National Identity, and: Ten Days of Birthright Israel: A Journey in Young Adult Identity (review)

pp. 222-225

Yehuda Amichai: The Making of Israel's National Poet (review)

pp. 226-230



pp. 231-233

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