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Jews and theatre in an intercultural context / edited by Edna Nahshon.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: PN1650.J48 J48 2012

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    Variant Title
    Jews and theater in an intercultural context
    Series
    Brill's series in Jewish studies ; v. 46.
    Format
    Book
    Published
    Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2012
    Contents
    Preface
    Religion and origins. Angel, she-ass, prophet: the play and its set-design / Simon Levy
    From Alexandria to Berlin: the Hellenistic play Exagoge joins the Jewish canon / Sarit Cofman-Simhon
    La Pasion de Jesus en Tafi: the representation of Jews in a contemporary Argentine passion play / Tamara Kohn
    Going against the grain: Jews and passion plays on the American mainstream stage, 1879-1929 / Edna Nahshon
    Plays and playwrights. Conceptions, connotations, and/or actions: the figuration of Jewish characters in Heinar Kipphardt's plays / Matthias Naumann
    Between "I and thou": Buber, expressionism and Ernst Toller's search for community / David Garfinkle
    Holocaust memory in the French-Jewish theater of Jean-Claude Grumberg / Seth L. Wolitz
    Holocaust. Voices from the edge of the abyss: theatrical texts from the Terezin/Theresienstadt Ghetto, 1941-45 / Lisa Peschel
    Apart from the document: Jews and Jewishness in theatre. Of the real / Carol Martin
    Fritz Kortner on the postwar stage: the Jewish actor as a site of memory / Michael Bachman
    Interpretations and reinterpretations. Jews in fashion at the Moscow Art Theater / Laurence Senelick
    Restaging La Juive in a Post-Holocaust context / Hans-Peter Bayerdoerfer
    Contemporary audiences and the infamous 'pound of flesh' in Shakespeare's The merchant of Venice / Melia Bensussan
    The contemporary scene. The joy of breaking taboos: Jews and postwar German theatre / Anat Feinberg
    The relativization of victim and perpetrator in the Hungarian productions of Merchant of Venice and Mein Kampf / Aniko Szucs
    From Purimspiel to Polish masquerade: performing Jewish memory in Tykocin / Brigitte Sion
    Diaspora Disneys: 'Jewface' minstrelsy and 'Jewfacade' display in East-Central Europe and Eurasias / S.I. Salamensky
    From Halakha to Hadassah: queer Jewish performance art / Carol Zemel.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Nahshon, Edna.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Preface -- Religion and origins. Angel, she-ass, prophet: the play and its set-design / Simon Levy -- From Alexandria to Berlin: the Hellenistic play Exagoge joins the Jewish canon / Sarit Cofman-Simhon -- La Pasion de Jesus en Tafi: the representation of Jews in a contemporary Argentine passion play / Tamara Kohn -- Going against the grain: Jews and passion plays on the American mainstream stage, 1879-1929 / Edna Nahshon -- Plays and playwrights. Conceptions, connotations, and/or actions: the figuration of Jewish characters in Heinar Kipphardt's plays / Matthias Naumann -- Between "I and thou": Buber, expressionism and Ernst Toller's search for community / David Garfinkle -- Holocaust memory in the French-Jewish theater of Jean-Claude Grumberg / Seth L. Wolitz -- Holocaust. Voices from the edge of the abyss: theatrical texts from the Terezin/Theresienstadt Ghetto, 1941-45 / Lisa Peschel -- Apart from the document: Jews and Jewishness in theatre. Of the real / Carol Martin -- Fritz Kortner on the postwar stage: the Jewish actor as a site of memory / Michael Bachman -- Interpretations and reinterpretations. Jews in fashion at the Moscow Art Theater / Laurence Senelick -- Restaging La Juive in a Post-Holocaust context / Hans-Peter Bayerdoerfer -- Contemporary audiences and the infamous 'pound of flesh' in Shakespeare's The merchant of Venice / Melia Bensussan -- The contemporary scene. The joy of breaking taboos: Jews and postwar German theatre / Anat Feinberg -- The relativization of victim and perpetrator in the Hungarian productions of Merchant of Venice and Mein Kampf / Aniko Szucs -- From Purimspiel to Polish masquerade: performing Jewish memory in Tykocin / Brigitte Sion -- Diaspora Disneys: 'Jewface' minstrelsy and 'Jewfacade' display in East-Central Europe and Eurasias / S.I. Salamensky -- From Halakha to Hadassah: queer Jewish performance art / Carol Zemel.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    External Link
    Table of contents
    ISBN
    9789004227170
    9004227172 (hardback : alk. paper)
    Physical Description
    xviii, 388 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

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