Edited by Michael L. Miller, associate professor in the Nationalism Studies Program, and Scott Ury, senior lecturer in the Department of Jewish History of Tel Aviv University, this volume addresses questions including: What lies at the roots of the longstanding connection between Jews and cosmopolitanism? How has this relationship changed over time? What can different cultural, economic and political developments teach us about the ongoing attraction and tension between Jews and cosmopolitanism? And, what can these test cases tell us about the future of Jews and cosmopolitanism in the twenty-first century?
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