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Jews and shoes / [edited by] Edna Nahshon.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: GT2130 .J49 2008

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    Overview

    Format
    Book
    Published
    Oxford ; New York : Berg, 2008
    Edition
    English ed
    Contents
    Jews and shoes / Edna Nahshon
    The biblical shoe : eschewing footwear : the call of Moses as biblical archetype / Ora Horn Prouser
    The halitzah shoe : between female subjugation and symbolic emasculation / Catherine Hezser
    The tombstone shoe : shoe-shaped tombstones in Jewish cemeteries in the Ukraine / Rivka Parciack
    The Israeli shoe : "biblical sandals" and native Israeli identity / Orna Ben-Meir
    The shtetl shoe : how to make a shoe / Mayer Kirshenblatt and Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett
    The folkloristic shoe : shoes and shoemakers in Yiddish language and folklore / Robert A. Rothstein
    The Holocaust shoe : untying memory : shoes as Holocaust memorial experience / Jeffrey Feldman
    Wanderer's shoe : the cobbler's penalty : the wandering Jew in search for salvation / Shelly Zer-Zion
    The equalizing shoe : shoes as a symbol of equality in the Jewish society in Palestine during the first half of the twentieth century / Ayala Raz
    The fetishist's shoe : "poems of pedal atrocity" : sexuality, ethnicity, and religion in the art of Bruno Schulz / Andrew Ingall
    The artist's shoe : digging into the Jewish roots of shoe-field / Sonya Rapoport
    The theatrical shoe : the utterance of shoemaking : cobblers on the Israeli stage / Dorit Yerushalmi
    The cinematic shoe : Ernst Lubitsch's East European "touch" in Pinkus's Shoe Palace / Jeanette Malkin.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Nahshon, Edna.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Jews and shoes / Edna Nahshon -- The biblical shoe : eschewing footwear : the call of Moses as biblical archetype / Ora Horn Prouser -- The halitzah shoe : between female subjugation and symbolic emasculation / Catherine Hezser -- The tombstone shoe : shoe-shaped tombstones in Jewish cemeteries in the Ukraine / Rivka Parciack -- The Israeli shoe : "biblical sandals" and native Israeli identity / Orna Ben-Meir -- The shtetl shoe : how to make a shoe / Mayer Kirshenblatt and Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett -- The folkloristic shoe : shoes and shoemakers in Yiddish language and folklore / Robert A. Rothstein -- The Holocaust shoe : untying memory : shoes as Holocaust memorial experience / Jeffrey Feldman -- Wanderer's shoe : the cobbler's penalty : the wandering Jew in search for salvation / Shelly Zer-Zion -- The equalizing shoe : shoes as a symbol of equality in the Jewish society in Palestine during the first half of the twentieth century / Ayala Raz -- The fetishist's shoe : "poems of pedal atrocity" : sexuality, ethnicity, and religion in the art of Bruno Schulz / Andrew Ingall -- The artist's shoe : digging into the Jewish roots of shoe-field / Sonya Rapoport -- The theatrical shoe : the utterance of shoemaking : cobblers on the Israeli stage / Dorit Yerushalmi -- The cinematic shoe : Ernst Lubitsch's East European "touch" in Pinkus's Shoe Palace / Jeanette Malkin.

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    Language
    English
    External Link
    Table of contents only
    ISBN
    9781847880499
    1847880495 (cloth)
    9781847880505 (pbk.)
    1847880509 (pbk.)
    Physical Description
    xii, 226 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.

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