- Title Pages
- Note on Transliteration
OneSixteenth-Century Jewish Makers of Printed Books and the Shaping of Late Renaissance Jewish Literacy
TwoSettings of Silver: The Feminization of the Jewish Sabbath, 1920–1945
ThreeSocial Tensions and Cultural Encounters in Contemporary Israeli Midrash
FourThe Jewish Atlantic: Diaspora and Pop Music
FiveThe Hidden Legacies of Jewish Traditions and the Global Allure of Psychotherapy: A Case Study of the Israeli TV series Betipul
SixPropagating Modern Jewish Identity in Madagascar: A Contextual Analysis of One Community’s Discursive Strategies
SevenTelling Jokes: Connecting and Separating Jews in Analogue and Digital Culture
EightGoing Online to go ‘Home’: Yizkor Books, Cyber-Shtetls, and Communities of Location
NineThe Second Life of Judaism: A History of Religious Community and Practice in Virtual Spaces
TenRethinking Jewishness in Networked Publics: The Case of Post-Communist Hungary
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- Simon J. Bronner, Caspar Battegay
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