Table of contents for Rethinking European Jewish history / edited by Jeremy Cohen and Moshe Rosman.

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Contents
Note on Transliteration
Introduction
Jeremy Cohen
PART I
REORIENTING THE NARRATIVE
1. Jewish History across Borders
Moshe Rosman
2. Away from a Definition of Antisemitism: An Essay in the Semantics of Historical 
Description
David Engel
3. Does Gender Matter? Locating Women in European Jewish History
Paula Hyman
4. Assimilation and Cultural Exchange in Modern Jewish History
Maud Mandel
PART II
FROM THE MIDDLE AGES TO MODERNITY
5. Jewish Culture in Early Modern Europe: An Agenda for Future Study
David B. Ruderman
6. The Reformation and the Jews 
Miriam Bodian
7. Re(de)fining Modernity in Jewish History
Gershon David Hundert
PART III
ON THE EVE OF THE SPANISH EXPULSION
8. Spanish 'Judaism' and 'Christianity' in an Age of Mass Conversion
David Nirenberg
9. The Social Context of Apostasy among Fifteenth-Century Spanish Jewry: Dynamics of a 
New Religious Borderland
Ram Ben-Shalom
PART IV
FROM EUROPE TO AMERICA AND BACK
10. Transnationalism and Mutual Influence: American and East European Jewries in the 
1920s and 1930s
Daniel Soyer
11. Transplanting the Heart Back East: Returning Jewish Musical Culture from the United 
States to Europe
Judah M. Cohen
Contributors
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Jews -- Europe -- History.
Judaism -- Europe -- History.
Europe -- Ethnic relations.