Jews and Europe in the Twenty-first Century: Thinking Jewish
The book explores the interplay between minority and mainstream populations, and religious and civic identities in the West, and is based around more than two hundred hours of interviews with prominent Jewish novelists, playwrights, Chief Rabbis, philosophers, sociologists, historians, psychiatrists, economists and parliamentarians in the Netherlands, Britain and Italy.
Jews and Europe in the Twenty-first Century: Thinking Jewish. . 2007: https://archive.jpr.org.uk/object-eur79