A leading cultural historian explores the complex interactions of Jewish and American cultures.
ISBN10 : 9781584651710 , ISBN13 : 1584651717
Page Number : 307
Traces the history of Jews in the United States, providing demographics and information on their influence on and participation in American culture, leading figures, organizations, and communities.
ISBN10 : 1851096388 , ISBN13 : 9781851096381
Page Number : 775
"This work starts with the first Jewish silent films and continues by historical era, focusing on representative and important films. One of the aspects of American Jewish life brought out by the film
ISBN10 : 0786469625 , ISBN13 : 9780786469628
Page Number : 224
The first full-scale biography of a major Jewish leader and financier.
ISBN10 : 9780874519488 , ISBN13 : 0874519489
Page Number : 320
In this urgent book, Alan M. Dershowitz shows why American Jews are in danger of disappearing - and what must be done now to create a renewed sense of Jewish identity for the next century. In previous
ISBN10 : 9780446930505 , ISBN13 : 0446930504
Page Number : 416
Many of us belong to communities that have been scarred by terrible calamities. And many of us come from families that have suffered grievous losses. How we reflect on these legacies of loss and the w
ISBN10 : 9780814752319 , ISBN13 : 0814752314
Page Number : 312
This book addresses the distinctiveness of Jewish life in the United States, and assesses the contributions that Jews have made to American high and popular culture and to American liberalism and radi
ISBN10 : 9781563249327 , ISBN13 : 1563249324
Page Number : 227
The book presents a range of the liveliest, most informative writing on Jews in America from colonial times to the present. this revised and expanded edition of the popular reader contains nine new se
ISBN10 : , ISBN13 : STANFORD:36105019339113
Page Number : 375
Looks at the ways American Jews created a collective heritage that combined their Jewish roots with American society.
ISBN10 : 0691147523 , ISBN13 : 9780691147529
Page Number : 282
In this book, Laurence Roth argues that the popular genre of Jewish detective stories offers new insights into the construction of ethnic and religious identity. Roth frames his study with the concept
ISBN10 : 9780813533698 , ISBN13 : 0813533694
Page Number : 287