Affect and Cultural Change: The Rise of Popular Zionism in the British Jewish Community After the Six Day War (1967)
Hakim, Jamie 2012. Affect and Cultural Change: The Rise of Popular Zionism in the British Jewish Community After the Six Day War (1967). PhD Thesis University of East London School of Arts and Digital Industries
In current Jewish Studies scholarship there is a broad consensus that the Arab-Israeli war of June 1967 caused both an intense emotional response in Britain’s Jewish community and a change in the relationship this community had with the State of Israel. What this scholarship has yet to provide is either a detailed account of the ways that the June 1967 war impacted on this community or a sustained theorisation of how the intensity generated by a world-historical event might bring about change.
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||doi:10.15123/PUB.3897|
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|Deposited||11 Aug 2014|
Appendix 2 is missing from the thesis.
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