Zamenhof & the new Jewish intellectual historiography (3)

Transnationalism and the Jews of the Nineteenth Century | Central European University, 2009/10 course syllabus & bibliography, Carsten L. Wilke, Instructor.

The sections of the bibliography are:

1. Diaspora, transnationalism, cultural transfer: fundamental concepts
2. Diaspora, patriotism and national fragmentation
3. Global economy, capital and consumerism
4. Non-Jewish models of internationalism
5. Religious constructions of ethic universalism in Germany and Italy
6. The intersection of Jewish solidarity and the universal "civilizing mission" in France
7. Beyond nationalisms in Central Europe

Marsha L. Rozenblit, Reconstructing a national identity: The Jews of Habsburg Austria during World War I, New York: Oxford University Press, 2001, p. 14-38. [savepdf]
"A Jew's attitude toward the 'nationality fraud'", in: Wilma Abeles Iggers (ed.), The Jews of Bohemia and Moravia: a historical reader, Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1992, p. 144-145, 220-223. [savepdf]

Ludwik Lazar ZamenhofDr. Esperanto's International Language, Warsaw: Zamenhof, 1889, p. 3-24. [link]
8. Modern "shtadlanut" and global philanthropy
9. The Alliance Israélite Universelle
10. The Jewish vision of East-Western reconciliation
Note: David A. Brenner, Marketing identities: the invention of Jewish ethnicity in 'Ost und West', Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, 1998, p. 22-28, 40-42, 63-71. [savepdf]
11. Extremists in search of the stateless utopia
Note:  Michael Löwy, Redemption and utopia: Jewish libertarian thought in Central Europe. A study in elective affinity, trl. by Hope Heaney, London: The Athlone Press, 1992, p. 14-26; optional reading: p. 47-66. [savepdf]
12. The anti-Semitic myth of Jewish transnationalism

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