American Jewish History: A Quarterly Publication of the American Jewish Historical Society, Volume 91, Number 1, March, 2003.

Baltimore, Maryland: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2003. Softbound. Octavo, glossy paper covers, vi, 194 pp. Very Good. Item #86652

Introduction by the Nahshon. Articles are "The Pulpit and the Stage: Rabbi Joseph Silverman and the Actors' Church Alliance," Nahshon, "The Architecture of the Bimah in American Synagogues: Framing the Ritual," Lee Shai Weissbach, "Performing Black-Jewish Symbiosis" The 'Hassidic Chant' of Paul Robeson," Jonathan Karp, "Sinners, Scandals, Scoundrels and Scamps on the American Jewish Stage," Ellen Schiff, "Death of a Salesman: Deracination and Its Discontents," Julius Novick, "'Avalon' and 'Liberty Heights': Toward a better understanding of the American Jewish Experience through Cinema," Eric A. Goldman, "It's the Real World After All - The American-Israel Pavilion - Jordan Pavilion Controversy at the New York World's Fair, 1964-1965 ," Emily Alice Katz.

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