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By Rejwan, Nissim; Foreword by Berg, Nancy E.
Was Israel a Jewish state or a democratic state? Who was a Jew? This title addresses these questions by stating that these issues became more critical and complex in the two decades after the Six-Day War in 1967 as Israel matured into a regional power.
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Edited by Sokoloff, Naomi B.; Berg, Nancy E.
Why Hebrew, here and now? What is its value for contemporary Americans? In What We Talk about When We Talk about Hebrew (and What It Means to Americans) scholars, writers, and translators tackle a series of urgent questions that arise from the changing status of Hebrew in the Uni ...
By Berg, Nancy E.
More and More Equal examines the works of Sami Michael, the most significant Israeli writer who has made the transition from Arabic to Hebrew. Born in Baghdad, Michael fled in to Iran, and later to Israel, to escape imprisonment or execution due to his involvement with the Iraqi ...
The standard histories of Israeli literature limit the canon, virtually ignoring those who came to Israel from Jewish communities in the Middle East. By focusing on the work of Iraqi-born authors, this book offers a fundamental rethinking of the canon and of Israeli literary hist ...
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