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Democratic Culture in Israel and in the World, Volume XI

Volume XI of Democratic Culture in Israel and in the World contains a collection of articles on assorted topics, including remembrance of the Holocaust in religious and secular Israeli society, representations of war in Israeli culture, exclusion of fallen Irgun and Lehi members from the “narrative” of statehood, liminal thresholds in A. B. Yehoshua’s ethical geography, post-Zionism in the national-religious camp, and voting for Shas.

A joint publication of IDI and Bar-Ilan University Press and Law School, Democratic Culture in Israel and the World is a trailblazing academic journal that serves as a platform for research and scholarly debate on both the universal aspects of democratic culture, as well as on questions related exclusively to Israeli democracy, with a focus on the relationship between the institutions and substance of democracy and the unique characteristics of Judaism and Zionism.

Volume XI contains a collection of articles on assorted topics, including remembrance of the Holocaust in religious and secular Israeli society, representations of war in Israeli culture, exclusion of fallen Irgun and Lehi members from the "narrative" of statehood, liminal thresholds in A. B. Yehoshua's ethical geography, post-Zionism in the national-religious camp, and voting for Shas.

Arye Edrei
Continuity or Rebirth: The Role of Memory in Post-Holocaust Religious Thought

Dalia Gavriely-Nuri
The Beautiful War - Representations of War in Israeli Culture, 1967-73

Motti Inbari
Post-Zionism in the Religious-Zionist Camp: The "Jewish Leadership" Movement

Udi Lebel
Shall We Remember Them All? The Exclusion of the Etzel (National Military Organization) and Lehi (Fighters for the Freedom of Israel) Fallen from the "Narrative" of Statehood: On Bereavement Memory and the Theory of De-legitimization against Herut

Avidov Lipsker
Barriers: Liminal Thresholds in A.B Yehoshua's Ethical Geography

Avi Picard
Voting for Shas - The Rational Answer to Emotional Distress