Emancipation Through Muscles: Jews and Sports in Europe. Michael Brenner, Gideon Reuveni.
Emancipation Through Muscles: Jews and Sports in Europe.

Emancipation Through Muscles: Jews and Sports in Europe.

Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2006. First Edition. Hardbound. Octavo in dust jacket, x, 277 pp., b/w photos, index. Very Good. Item #87270
ISBN: 9780803213555

Articles are "Introduction: Why Jews and Sports," Brenner, "Muscle Jews versus Nervous Jews," Moshe Zimmerman, "Jewish Gymnasts and Their Corporeal Utopias in Imperial Germany," Daniel Waldman, "Sports and the Militarization of Jewish Society," Gideon Reuveni, "Strongman Siegfried Breitbart and Interpretations of the Jewish Body," Sharon Gillerman, "Jews in German Sports during the Weimar Republic," Jacob Borut, "The Politics of Jewish Sports Movements in Interwar Poland," Jack Jacobs, "Hakoah Vienna: Reflections on a Legend," John Bunzl, "Antisemitism in Austrian Sports between the Wars," Michael John, "Jews, Antisemitism, and Sports in Britain, 1900-1939," Tony Collins, "Nazi Ideology and the End of Central European Soccur Professionalism, 1938-1941," Rudolf Oswald, "Soccur and Survival among Jewish Refugees in Shaghai," Albert Lichtblau, "Sports in the DP Camps, 1945-1948," Philip Grammes, "Soccur and Antisemitism in Hungary," Victor Karady and Miklos Hadas, "When is a Yid Not a Yid? The Strange Case of Supporter Identity as Tottenham Hotspur," John Ephron.

Price: $16.00

See all items by ,