|Author:||David N. Myers|
|Title:||Re-inventing the Jewish Past: European Jewish Intellectuals and the Zionist Return to History (Studies in Jewish History)|
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|Publisher:||Oxford University Press (November 30, 1995)|
David Myers' book explores a fascinating and untold chapter in modern Jewish intellectual history: the role of the first generation of Jewish scholars at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem in establishing Jewish studies within the framework of a Jewish national university. Committed to rewriting Jewish history according to Zionist standards. In his facility with the world of the Yishuv-the pre-state Jewish settlement in Palestine-as well as European Jewry in both primary and secondary sources, Myers is virtually in a class of his own. This study is a singular and stunning contribution to Jewish and general scholarship. -The Historian a very good book, and it fits squarely into the concerns of those historians who are increasingly attracted to the broader question of the contrast between critical history and collective popular memory. -Central European History, Vo. 0, N., 1997.
David N. Myers (born November 2, 1960) is the President & CEO of the Center for Jewish History in New York. He is a professor of history at the University of California, Los Angeles, where he holds the Sady and Ludwig Kahn Chair in Jewish History. Myers was the president and CEO of the Center for Jewish History from July 2017 to August 2018. A native of Scranton, Pennsylvania, Myers received his . cum laude from Yale College in 1982.
Studies in Jewish History. New York: Oxford University Press, 1995. Socialism Goes Global: Decolonization and the Making of a New Culture of Internationalism in Socialist Hungary, 1956–1989. Mark et al. Specters of Fascism: The Rhetoric of Historical Analogy in 1968. 1427 East 60th Street, Chicago, IL 60637.
Committed to rewriting Jewish history according to Zionist standards, these "Jerusalem scholars" richly reflect the tensions that attended their dual allegiances, to both Zionism and the discipline of history. He has authored Re-Inventing the Jewish Past: European Jew David N. Myers received his . from Yale College in 1982, and undertook graduate studies at Tel-Aviv and Harvard Universities before completing his doctorate at Columbia in 1991. He has written extensively in the fields of modern Jewish intellectual and cultural history, with a particular interest in the history of Jewish historiography
Article in Central European History 30(01):132 · March 2008 with 36 Reads. Cite this publication. Reinventing the Jewish Past: European Jewish Intellectuals and the Zionist Return to History. New York: Oxford University Press. Pp. viii + 278. £4. 5. Volume 30 Issue 1 - Irwin M. Wall. Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text. January 2012 · Journal of British Studies. A History of the Liberal Party in the Twentieth Century. Hampshire and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.
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European Jewish Intellectuals and the Zionist Return to History David . yers. Between D I g n I t y and despair. Jewish Life in Nazi Germany Marion A. Kaplan. I wrote a dissertation on the Jewish feminist movement in Germany, as well as a later book on Jewish middle-class life in Imperial Germany. Until this project, I avoided the genocide of the Jews. Writing this book brought me to the greatest tragedy of modern Jewish history and one of the central defining milestones of the twentieth century. Moreover, it brought me face-to-face with the very personal nature of this catastrophe. I cried as I finished reading many memoirs.
Re-inventing the Jewish past. European Jewish intellectuals and the Zionist return to history. Published 1995 by Oxford University Press in New York Studies in Jewish history.
Re-Inventing the Jewish Past: European Jewish Intellectuals and the Zionist Return to History. Resisting History: Historicism and its Discontents in German-Jewish Thought. David N. Myers and William V. Rowe, eds. From Ghetto to Emancipation: Historical and Contemporary Reconsiderations of the Jewish Community, introduction by D. N. Myers. Scranton, PA: University of Scranton Press, 1997. Myers and David B. Ruderman, eds. The Jewish Past Revisited: Reflections on Modern Jewish Historians, introduction by D. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1998. Elisheva Carlebach, John M. Efron, and David N. Myers, eds.