Talking Back: Images of Jewish Women in American Popular Culture.
by Antler, Joyce, editor.
Brandeis University Press, published by the University Press of New England
Octavo, paper covers, xiv, 301 pp., notes, index
Articles are "Translating Immigrant Women: Surfacing the Manifold Self," Janet Burstein, "Projected Images: Portraits of Jewish Women in Early American Film," Sharon Puvker Rivo, "The 'Me' of Me: Voices of Jewish Girls in Adolescent Diaries of the 1920s and 1950s," Joan Jacobs Brumberg, "From Sophie Tucker to Barbara Streisand: Jewish Women Entertainers as Reformers," June Sochen "The Jewish-American World of Gertrude Berg: The Goldbergs on Radio and Television, 1930-1950," Donald Weber, "Sweet Natalie: Herman Wouk's Messenger to the Gentiles," Susanne Klingenstein, "Cinderellas Who (Almost) Never Become Princesses: Subversive Representations of Jewish Women in Postwar Popular Novels," Riv-Ellen Prell, "Faith and Puttermesser: Contrasting Images of Two Jewish Feminists," Bonnie Lyons, "Our Mothers and Our Sisters and Our Cousins and Our Aunts: Dialogues and Dynamics in Literature and Film<' Sylvia Barack Fishman, "The Way She Really Is: Images of Jews and Women in the Films of Barbara Streisand," Felicia Herman, "From Critic to Playwright: Fleshing Out Jewish Women in Contemporary Drama," Srah Blecher Cohen, "Eschewing Esther/ Embracing Esther: The Changing Representation of Biblical Heroines," Gail Twersky Reimer, "Claiming Our Questions: Feminism and Judaism in Women's Haggadot," Maida E. Solomon, "Epilogue: Jewish Women on Television: Too Jewish or Not Enough?" Joyce Antler.
Language: English Language
Edition: First Edition
Condition: Very Good
Book Id: 15053