1. Introduction: the Return of the European Jewish Diaspora
Y. Michal Bodemann
Part I. A European Jewish Space?
2. Can One Reconcile the Jewish World and Europe?
3. Residues of Empire: the Paradigmatic Meaning of Jewish Trans-territorial Experience for an Integrated European History
Part II. The New Diasporic Field
4. Can the Experience of Diaspora Judaism Serve as a Model for Islam in Today’s Multicultural Europe?
5. Learning Diaspora: German Turks and the Jewish Narrative
Y. Michal Bodemann, Gökçe Yurdakul
Part III. German-Jewish Liminalities
6. Jewish Studies or Gentile Studies? A Discipline in Search of its Subject
7. How Jewish is it? W. G. Sebald and the Question of ‘Jewish’ Writing in Germany Today
Part IV. Russian-Speaking Jews and Transnationalism
8. Homo Sovieticus in Disneyland: the Jewish Communities in Germany Today
9. Fifteen Years of Russian-Jewish Immigration to Germany: Successes and Setbacks
Julius H. Schoeps, Olaf Glöckner
10. In the Ethnic Twilight: the Paths of Russian Jews in Germany
Y. Michal Bodemann, Olena Bagno
Jeffrey M. Peck