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The Jewish Question Again

Anti-Semitism is on the rise. How is this still possible? Once again, we are witness to a surge in right-wing authoritarianism, ethnonationalism, and white supremacism, and the racist, xenophobic, and misogynist violence they spread. Like historic newsreels brought back to life, renewed waves of refugees are turned away at borders, placed in cages, or washed up lifeless on the shore.
Such striking similarities between present and past suggest that we are not done with the issues raised by the historical Jewish Question: that is, what is the place of “the Jew”—the minority, the relic, the rootless stranger, the racialized other, the exiled, the displaced, the immigrant, the diasporic? In The Jewish Question Again, leading scholars grapple with our inability to keep these struggles in the past and why we continue to repeat these atrocities. This book explores the haunting recurrence of the Jewish Question today and begs why we find ourselves here yet again.

85 pages | 4 1/4 x 7

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Table of Contents

Introduction: The Jewish Question, Again Joyce Dalsheim and Gregory Starrett The Jewish Question in the Age of Question Holly Case A Jewish Anthropology of the Present, or The History of the Jewish Question as a Nightmare from Which We Will Never Awak

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