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Hidden in plain sight : Jews and Jewishness in British film, television, and popular culture / edited by Nathan Abrams.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: PN1995.9.J46 H53 2016

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    Series
    Cultural expressions of World War II
    Cultural expressions of World War II.
    Format
    Book
    Published
    Evanston, Illinois : Northwestern University Press, 2016
    Locale
    Great Britain
    Contents
    Introduction / Nathan Abrams
    "Awaiting, with some anxiety" : the Jewish response to Jew Suss (1934) in 1930s Britain / Gil Toffell
    An anti-Nazi special relationship : British writing, Hollywood filmmaking, and The mortal storm (1940) / Phyllis Lassner and Alexis Pogorelskin
    Mr. Emmanuel (1944) : a belated British film about Nazi antisemitism / Lawrence Baron
    Jewish questions lurking in Peeping Tom (1960) / Michael Berkowitz
    "You don't cure a problem by sweeping it under the carpet" : Jews, sitcoms, and race relations in 1960s Britain / Gavin Schaffer
    From the evacuees to Grandma's house : class, sexuality, and Jewish identity on British television, 1975-2012 / Rachel Garfield
    Peckhlach : Mike Leigh's British Jewish soul / Donald Weber
    From pig farmer to infidel : hidden identities, diasporic infertility, and transethnic kinship in contemporary British Jewish cinema / Claudia Sternberg
    On the threshold : British Jewish femininity in Suzie Gold (2004) / Michele Byers
    Christmas trees and Hanukkah bushes : the "emancipation contract" in the contemporary British television dramas Hebburn and Friday night dinner / Sue Vice
    Love and betrayal : politicized romance in Peter Kosminsky's The promise (2011) / Nir Cohen.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Abrams, Nathan, editor.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Introduction / Nathan Abrams -- "Awaiting, with some anxiety" : the Jewish response to Jew Suss (1934) in 1930s Britain / Gil Toffell -- An anti-Nazi special relationship : British writing, Hollywood filmmaking, and The mortal storm (1940) / Phyllis Lassner and Alexis Pogorelskin -- Mr. Emmanuel (1944) : a belated British film about Nazi antisemitism / Lawrence Baron -- Jewish questions lurking in Peeping Tom (1960) / Michael Berkowitz -- "You don't cure a problem by sweeping it under the carpet" : Jews, sitcoms, and race relations in 1960s Britain / Gavin Schaffer -- From the evacuees to Grandma's house : class, sexuality, and Jewish identity on British television, 1975-2012 / Rachel Garfield -- Peckhlach : Mike Leigh's British Jewish soul / Donald Weber -- From pig farmer to infidel : hidden identities, diasporic infertility, and transethnic kinship in contemporary British Jewish cinema / Claudia Sternberg -- On the threshold : British Jewish femininity in Suzie Gold (2004) / Michele Byers -- Christmas trees and Hanukkah bushes : the "emancipation contract" in the contemporary British television dramas Hebburn and Friday night dinner / Sue Vice -- Love and betrayal : politicized romance in Peter Kosminsky's The promise (2011) / Nir Cohen.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9780810132825
    0810132826
    9780810132832
    0810132834
    Physical Description
    vii, 284 pages ; 23 cm.

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