This study explores alternative ways to construct the modern Jewish nation. Jewish nationalism emerges from this book as a Diaspora phenomenon much broader than the Zionist movement. The history of this community of Jews in Galicia fills a critical lacuna in existing scholarship while revisiting the broader question of how Jewish nationalism was born. The book challenges the still-dominant Zionist narrative by demonstrating that Jewish nationalism was a part of the rising nationalist movements in Europe.
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