restricted access   Volume 106, Number 3, Summer 2016

Table of Contents


Prefatory Verse and the Reception of the Guide of the Perplexed

pp. 257-282

War and Religion; or, How the First World War Changed Hasidism

pp. 283-312

Enlightening and Enlighteners: German Jews and Education in the Maskilic Age and Beyond: Editor’s Introduction

pp. 313-315

Oral Letter and Written Trace: Samson Raphael Hirsch’s Defense of the Bible and Talmud

pp. 316-351

Gaming the System: The Jewish Community Council, the Temple, and the Struggle over the Rabbinate in Mid–Nineteenth-Century Lemberg

pp. 352-382


The Beginning of the End: Jews, Children, and Enlightenment Pedagogy

pp. 383-395

Adam, Eve, and Jewish Children: Rewriting the Creation of Eve for the Jewish Young at the Beginning of Jewish Modernization

pp. 396-411

A Success Story?: Prussia’s Jewish Educational Policy in the Aftermath of the Emancipation Edict (1812–1870)

pp. 412-418

Bildungs Romance: East European Jews and the Desire for Education

pp. 419-426


p. 427

Recent Dissertations in Judaic Studies (Web only)

Recent Dissertations

pp. e1-e3