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Annette Aronowicz is professor of religious studies and the Robert F. and Patricia G. Ross Weis Chair in Judaic Studies at Franklin & Marshall College. She is the translator of Nine Talmudic Readings by Emmanuel Levinas (1990) and author of Jews and Christians on Time and Eternity: Charles Peguy's Portrait of Bernard Lazare (1998).

Paula Daccarett teaches modern Jewish history in Middle Eastern, European, and Latin American contexts at the University of California, Santa Cruz. She is working on a book exploring the emergence and role of philanthropy, civic culture, and institutional growth in modern Jewish society in late Ottoman Salonica.

Jonathan M. Hess is Moses M. and Hannah L. Malkin Distinguished Professor of Jewish History and Culture at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is the author of Middlebrow Literature and the Making of German-Jewish Identity (2010) and coeditor of Nineteenth-Century Jewish Literature: A Reader (2013).

Zohar Maor teaches modern history at Bar-Ilan University and Herzog College (Israel). He is the author of Torat sod hadashah: Mistikah, yetsirah ve-leumiyut be-'Hug Prag' bi-tehilat ha-meah ha-'esrim (2010) and "Death or Birth: Scholem and Secularization," in Against the Grain: Jewish Intellectuals in Hard Times, ed. E. Mendelsohn, R. Cohen, and S. Hoffman (2013).

Svetlana Natkovich is a Rothschild Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Taube Center for Jewish Studies at Stanford University and at the Simon-Dubnow-Institut in Leipzig, Germany. Her book on the literary work of Vladimir (Ze'ev) Jabotinsky is forthcoming from the Magnes Press. [End Page 151]



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