Notes from

By Daniel Feierstein

JDC International Centre for Community Development, October 13, 2006

In a speech given at the Third International Conference of Intellectuals held in 2005, Daniel Feierstein analyzes the challenges that are inherent in reassessing Jewish identity in the twenty-first century. The greatest challenges are to be faced by the most isolated ghetto Jews, and those who are outside of the ghetto but are still connected to the community Concerned about Jewishness turning into a fad in the upcoming years, he articulates a number of propositions to reconcile these challenges and maintain Jewish community and diversity.

Topic: Jewish Identification, Acculturation, Community Relations

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Genre: Speech

Language: English

Copyright Holder: JDC-Europe

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Feierstein, Daniel. Notes from . JDC International Centre for Community Development. 13 October 2006: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=3773


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