Negotiating Jewish identity in an asemitic age
Jewish identities in early twenty-first century Europe are becoming ever more variegated, post-modern, and eclectic. They flourish across Europe because they are protected by the wider democratic pluralist context. But this pluralism comes at a price. European societies are becoming asemitic. They no longer consider Jewish life as a Holocaust-related responsibility, but simply as one piece of an ever more pluralistic kaleidoscope. As a result, Jewish voices will carry different weight depending on where they speak from: inner Jewish-Jewish community spaces, the new Jewish-friendly neutral spaces of academia, memorials, and museums, or the more universal spaces where Jewish themes must compete with others, in an ever more open pluralist cacophony.
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Negotiating Jewish identity in an asemitic age. 2013: 68-77. https://archive.jpr.org.uk/10.1080/1462169X.2013.805896