Cultural Zionism and Binationalism Among American Liberal Protestants

@article{Robins2018CulturalZA,
  title={Cultural Zionism and Binationalism Among American Liberal Protestants},
  author={Walker Robins},
  journal={Israel Studies},
  year={2018},
  volume={23},
  pages={142 - 167}
}
ABSTRACT:The article examines the influence of cultural Zionism, as represented by Ahad Ha'am and Judah Magnes, on three leading American liberal Protestants in the Mandate era—Harry Emerson Fosdick, William Ernest Hocking, and John Haynes Holmes. While all three claimed to support cultural Zionism, each interpreted and appropriated it in different ways. Fosdick favored it as a functional moral alternative to political Zionism—he came to equate it with Judah Magnes's binational solution to the… Expand
The liminality of Palestinian refugees: betwixt and between global politics and international law
  • V. Mason
  • Sociology
  • Journal of Sociology
  • 2019
Numbering over 5 million people, Palestinians comprise one of the longest-standing refugee populations in modern history. This article argues that the ongoing dispossession of Palestinian refugees isExpand

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 16 REFERENCES
Between Zionism and Judaism: The Radical Circle in Brith Shalom 1925-1933
A discussion of the aspirations and cultural sources of the men from Central Europe who met in Palestine in the first half of the 20th century as members of the Brith Shalom Society. The work usesExpand
Zionism and the Arabs : an American Jewish dilemma, 1898-1948
The Day Nathan Straus Went to Church The Arabs of Palestine: What Early American Zionist Leaders Believed Delaying Democracy for the Sake of Zionism Playgrounds and Universities: Early AmericanExpand
Bi-Nationalist Visions for the Construction and Dissolution of the State of Israel
The article examines the bi-nationalistic framework devised by early Zionists and its immediate and long-term implications. Various constituencies including Zionist theoreticians; Arab leaders; andExpand
The Americanization of Zionism, 1897-1948
The author demonstrates the uniqueness of American Zionism through a 50-year historical overview of the Jewish community in the United States and its relationship to its own government, to EuropeanExpand
The Zionist Ideology
...
1
2
...