4 edition of Evolving Jewish identities in German culture found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -200) and index.
|Statement||edited by Linda E. Feldman and Diana Orendi ; foreword by Sander L. Gilman.|
|Contributions||Feldman, Linda E., Orendi, Diana.|
|LC Classifications||PT405 .E83 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 207 p. :|
|Number of Pages||207|
|LC Control Number||97018194|
Jewish Identities in German Popular Entertainment, – At the turn of the twentieth century, German popular entertainment was a realm of unprecedented opportunity for Jewish performers. This study explores the terms of their engagement and pays homage to the many ways in which German Jews were instrumental in the birth of an. Jewish Identity in Modern Times: Leo Baeck and German Protestantism By Walter Homolka; Albert H. Friedlander Berghahn Books, Read preview Overview Shadows of the Shoah: Jewish Identity and Belonging By Victor Jeleniewski Seidler Berg,
Jewish Identities in German Popular Entertainment is a fine piece of work. Readers in many sub-fields of German Studies will find it interesting, well-researched, and clearly argued and will be pleased to use it for their own research as well as in their classes." —Valerie Weinstein, University of Nevada, Reno, German Quarterly Book ReviewPrice: $ The collection of articlesRebirth of a Culture: Jewish Identity and Jewish Writing in Germany and Austria Todayfeatures Germanophone Jewish writing at the turn of the millennium and examines works by authors of different generations as well as larger cultural ent survivors of the Nazi era such as Stefan Heym, George Tabori, Marcel Reich-Ranicki, and Ruth Kluger are discussed.
The book goes on to explain this "Jewish aspect," dismissing any unitary, static model and adopting a historical approach that sees the "Jewishness" of Viennese modern culture as a result of the specific Jewish backgrounds of most of the leading cultural figures and their reactions to being Jewish. Book Review: Jack Kugelmass (ed.), Jews, Sports and the Rites of Citizenship, Urbana, IL, University of Illinois Press, ; viii + pp.; $ pbk; ISBN Marline Otte, Jewish Author: Gideon Reuveni.
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Jewish identity in German culture remains in a critical state of flux. Analyzing its construction and perception in public discourse Evolving Jewish Identities in German Culture: Borders and Crossings: Linda E. Feldman, Diana Orendi: : Books. Free 2-day shipping. Buy Evolving Jewish Identities in German Culture: Borders and Crossings (Hardcover) at Evolving Jewish Identities in German Culture by Linda E.
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Add to basket. Jewish identity in German culture remains in a critical state of flux. Analyzing its construction and perception in public discourse, the contributors of this volume discuss the works of a number of authors-from Kafka to new writers such as Irene Dische and Maxim Biller.
Jewish identity in German culture remains in a critical state of flux. Analyzing its construction and perception in public discourse, the contributors of this volume discuss the works of a number of authors-from Kafka to new writers such as Irene Dische and Maxim : By illustrating the quintessentially different self-perceptions of three German writers of Jewish background, all born in or around in Berlin, this book examines a range of German-Jewish identities in a socio-cultural context in Wilhelmine : Elisabeth Albanis.
By illustrating the quintessentially different self-perceptions of three German writers of Jewish background, all born in or around in Berlin, this book examines a range of German-Jewish identities in a socio-cultural context in Wilhelmine Germany.
show : Elisabeth Albanis. He has published several books including Between Tradition and Culture: The Dialectics of Jewish Religion and Identity in the Modern World.
His newest book, After Emancipation: Jewish Religious Responses to Modernity, published by Hebrew Union College Press, was awarded the Dorot Foundation Award as the most outstanding book in Modern Jewish. Evolving Jewish Identities in German Culture: Borders and Crossings by Feldman Evolving Jewish Identities Identities Evolving and Changing Transatlant Values a There Is Still Still Is Identities Values a Evolving There Changing and Transatlant: $ Not wishing to abandon their Jewish identity yet deeply committed to the values of the German traditions of Bildung the German Jews, Mendes-Flohr argues, were never really able to resolve the tensions caused by their ‘dual identity’, tensions which increased as non-Jewish society became more nationalistic and intolerant.
1 The profound Author: Benjamin Lapp. German-Jewish Cultural Identity from to the Aftermath of the First World War this book examines a range of German-Jewish identities in a socio-cultural context in Wilhelmine Germany. Moritz Goldstein (), the conflict of his dual identity and the interplay between being a German writer and a cultural Zionist is covered first.
Rebirth of a Culture Jewish Identity and Jewish Writing in Germany and Austria today Edited by Hillary Hope Herzog, Todd Herzog and Benjamin Lapp. pages, bibliog., index.
ISBN $/£ Hb Published (August ) eISBN eBookPages: In his new book, Yascha Mounk explores Jewish identity in Modern Germany. Menashe Kadishman's installation, Shalekhet (Fallen Leaves), in the Jewish Museum Berlin. Before discussing German culture it is necessary to define the term culture.
In Essays on Culture and Society in Modern Germany culture is described as "both intellectual production and the milieu, or climate of opinion, in which it takes place.".
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Reverberations of the Holocaust are visible in almost every aspect of. - Jewish identities in German popular entertainment, - by Marline Otte Excerpt. Introduction. Past and Present. A study of Jewish identities in German popular entertainment seems particularly timely given the recent attention paid to German artists and performers working both in Germany and abroad.A change of status in the late Renaissance Era, combined with the Jewish Enlightenment, the Haskalah, meant that by the s Germany had one of the most integrated Jewish populations in Europe, contributing prominently to German culture and society.
The following is a list of some famous Jews (by religion or descent) from Germany proper.Book Description: How can there by a Jewish culture in today's Germany?
Since the fall of the Wall, there has been a substantial increase in the visibility of Jews in German culture, not only an increase in the number of Jews living there, but, more importantly, an explosion of cultural activity.