The Faith of Fallen Jews
Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi and the Writing of Jewish History
David N. Myers, ed.; Alexander Kaye, ed.

Brandeis University Press



Contents

Introduction: Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi “in the Midst of History”
• PART I: SELF-REFLECTION
• “To the Russian Reader”
• “Words Delivered on the Occasion of Receiving an Honorary Doctorate from the École Pratique des Hautes Études”
• PART II: EARLY PATTERNS
• “Baer’s History, Translated and Revisited”
• “A Jewish Historian in the ‘Age of Aquarius’”
• “The Inquisition and the Jews of France in the Time of Bernard Gui”
• “In Praise of Ladino”
• PART III: IBERIA AND BEYOND
• Sephardic Jewry between Cross and Crescent”
• “The Re-education of Marranos in the Seventeenth Century”
• “Assimilation and Racial Anti-Semitism: The Iberian and the German Models”
• PART IV: JEWS AND POLITICS
• “Spinoza on the Survival of the Jews”
• “‘Servants of Kings and Not Servants of Servants’: Some Aspects of the Political History of the Jews”
• “Israel, the Unexpected State: Messianism, Sectarianism, and the Zionist Revolution”
• PART V: THE YOKE OF MEMORY
• “Toward a History of Jewish Hope”
• “Series Z: An Archival Fantasy”
• “The Purloined Kiddush Cups: Reopening the Case on Freud’s Jewish Identity”
• “Gilgul”
• Index




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