Israël et le sionisme

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Stuttgart: Ibidem/New York: Columbia University Press, 2018

Rabkin, Yakov M. and Minakov, Mikhail, eds., Demodernization : A Future in the Past

Medical doctors driving taxis, architects selling beer on street corners, scientific institutes closed down amid rusting carcasses of industrial plants—these images became common at the turn of the twenty-first century in many once modern “civilized” countries. In quite a few of them, longtime neighbors came to kill each other, apparently motivated by the newly discovered […]

London: Pluto Press/Chicago University Press, 2016

What is Modern Israel?

Few countries provoke as much passion and controversy as Israel. What is Modern Israel? convincingly demonstrates that its founding ideology – Zionism – is anything but a simple reaction to antisemitism. Dispelling the notion that every Jew is a Zionist and therefore a natural advocate for the state of Israel, Yakov Rabkin points to the […]

London: Zedbooks/New York: Palgrave-Macmillan, 2006

A Threat From Within: A Century of Jewish Opposition to Zionism

A Threat from Within presents a history of Jewish opposition to Zionism, and challenges the myths that lie at the very root of contemporary or ‘new’ anti-Semitism. A principled and enduring opposition to Zionism has come from spiritual leaders of Judaism and has not died away despite the State of Israel existence as an imposing […]

Dodrecht: Kluwer, 1997

Rabkin, Yakov M., ed., Diffusion of New Technologies in Post-Communist World

The end of this century has witnessed dramatic changes in morality, history and geography. These changes were felt throughout the world, and also across the entire gamut of professional concerns. Even relatively remote and seemingly insulated activities such as science and technology have experienced, and up to a point contributed to, these dramatic changes. This […]

New York: Edwin Mellen Press, 1995

Rabkin Yakov M. & Robinson, I., eds., Interaction of Scientific and Jewish Cultures in Modern Times

This volume looks at the impact of science on the Jewish community, in terms of two broad topics: the impact of science on traditional Jewish cultures; and the role of Jews in the scientific professions in the 19th and 20th centuries.

New York: Priority Press, 1988

Science between Superpowers CB

Science between Superpowers CB



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