Issue 8, Number 2, July 2015

Table of Contents

Special Issue on Jewish Youth in the Global 1960s

Contributors

pp. v-vii
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Articles

Editors’ Introduction: Jewish Youth in the Global 1960s

pp. 1-11
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Zionism, Third Worldism, and Argentine Youth at the Crossroads

pp. 13-32
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Yesh Śmol ba-Ḳampus! The Triumphs and Tribulations of Two Left-Wing Student Union Factions in 1970s Israel

pp. 33-58
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“To Be a Jew on America’s Terms is Not to Be a Jew at All”: The Jewish Counterculture’s Critique of Middle-Class Affluence

pp. 59-84
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“Am I Jewish?” and “What Does it Mean?”: The Jewish Flying University and the Creation of a Polish-Jewish Counterculture in Late 1970s Warsaw

pp. 85-111
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Argentine Sephardi Youth: Between Aliyah and Activism, 1960–1970

pp. 113-135
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Old–New Moralities: British Jewish Youth, the Sexual Revolution, and the Jewish Chronicle

pp. 137-158
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“Where Have All the Cohens Gone?”: Jewish Radicals, Restrictions, and Renewal at the University of Wisconsin, 1964–1972

pp. 159-178
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Young French Jews of 1968: Oral Histories

pp. 179-187
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The Difficult Process of Leaving a Place of Non-Belonging: Maxim D. Shrayer’s Memoir, Leaving Russia: A Jewish Story

pp. 189-208
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Review

Friends from France (Les Interdits, France, 2013) dir. by Anne Weil and Philippe Kotlarski (review)

pp. 209-211
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Muslims and Jews in France: History of a Conflict by Maud Mandel (review)

pp. 211-213
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