Book Reviews

in Israel Studies Review

Alon Tal, The Land Is Full: Addressing Overpopulation in Israel (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2016), 377 pp., $40 (hardback).

Orit Rozin, A Home for All Jews: Citizenship, Rights, and National Identity in the New Israeli State (Waltham, MA: Brandeis University Press, 2016), 231 pp., $40 (paperback).

Marek Cejka and Roman Koran, Rabbis of Our Time: Authorities of Judaism in the Religious and Political Ferment of Modern Times (New York: Routledge, 2016), 232 pp., $148 (hardback).

Galia Golan, Israeli Peacemaking Since 1967: Factors Behind the Breakthroughs and Failures (London: Routledge, 2015), 235 pp., $155 (hardback), $52.95 (paperback).

Oren Meyers, Eyal Zandberg, and Motti Neiger, Communicating Awe: Media Memory and Holocaust Commemoration (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014), 185 pp., $100 (hardback), $95 (paperback).

Ranen Omer-Sherman, Imagining the Kibbutz: Visions of Utopia in Literature and Film (University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2015), 352 pp., $84.95 (hardback).

Nissim Leon, The Turban and the Flag: Nationalism versus Mizrahi Ultra- Orthodoxy (in Hebrew) (Jerusalem and Tel Aviv: Van Leer Institute Press and Ha-kibbutz Ha-me’ukhad Press, 2016), 156 pp., $21 (paperback).

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