Reemerging Jewish Culture in Germany: Life and Literature Since 1989.
by Gilman, Sander L. & Remmler, Karen.
New York University Press
Octavo, paper covers, xii, 289 pp., index
Articles are "The Contemporary German Fascination for Things Jewish: Toward a Jewish Minor Culture," Jack Zipes, "A Reemergence of German Jewry?" Y. Michal Bodeman, "Becoming Strangers: Jews in Germany's Five New Provinces," Robin Ostow, "What is 'Religion' Among Jews in Contemporary Germany?" Marion Kaplan, "'What Could Be More Fruitful, More Healing, More Purifying?' Representations of Jews in the German Media after 1989," Katherina Ochse, "The 'Ins' and 'Outs' of the New Germany: Jews, Foreigners, Asylum Seekers," Jeffrey M. Peck, "The Persian Gulf War and the Germans' 'Jewish Questions': Transformations on the Left," Kizer Walker, "What Keeps the Jews in Germany Quiet?" Rafael Seligmann, "Engendering Bodies of Memory: Tracing the Genealogy of Identity in the Work of Esther Dischereit, Barbara Honigman, and Irene Dische," Karen Remmler, "Male Sexuality and Contemporary Jewish Literature in German: The Damaged Body as the Image of the Damaged Soul," Sander L. Gilman.
Condition: Very Good
Book Id: 15016