The Resource Jews and their foodways, edited by Anat Helman

Jews and their foodways, edited by Anat Helman

Jews and their foodways
Jews and their foodways
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edited by Anat Helman
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Avraham Harman Institute of Contemporary Jewry, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Bringing together contributions from a diverse group of scholars, this volume presents a multifaceted view of the subtle and intricate relations between Jews and their foodways
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.S75 v. 28
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Studies in contemporary Jewry, an annual
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Jews and their foodways, edited by Anat Helman
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Includes bibliographical references
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  • Ofra Tene
  • Craving meat during Israel's austerity period, 1947-1953
  • Orit Rozin
  • Longing for the aromas of Baghdad: food, emigration, and transformation in the lives of Iraqi Jews in Israel in the 1950s
  • Esther Meir-Glitzenstein
  • Cutting into the flesh of the community: ritual slaughter, meat consumption, and the transition form Ethiopia to Israel
  • Hagar Salamon
  • Two narratives of Israeli food: "Jewish" versus "ethnic"
  • Liora Gvion
  • Size matters: Israeli chefs cooking up a nation
  • Symposium: Jews and Their Foodways.
  • Nir Avieli
  • A tapestry of tastes: Jewish women of Syrian descent and their cooking in Mexico and Israel
  • Paulette Kershenovich Schuster
  • Bagel and falafel: two iconic Jewish foods and one modern Jewish identity
  • Shaul Stampfer
  • The contemporary Jewish food movement in North America: a report from the field(s)
  • Andrea Most
  • Jews and fat: thoughts toward a history of an image in the second age of biology
  • Sander L. Gilman
  • Paradoxes of Jews and their foods
  • Introduction
  • Richard Wilk
  • Review essays.
  • Exploring the universe of camps and ghettos: classifications and interpretations of the Nazi topography of terror: Geoffrey P. Megargee (ed.), The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Encyclopedia of camps and ghettos, 1933-1945, vol. 1, Early camps, youth camps, and concentration camps and subcamps under the SS-Business and administratin Main Office (WVHA) ; Dan Michman, The emergence of Jewish ghettos during the Holocaust ; Guy Miron and Shlomit Shulhani (eds.), The Yad Vashem encyclopedia of the ghettos during the Holocaust
  • Kim Wünschmann
  • The literary character of the Haskalah: Olga Litvak, Haskalah: the romantic movement in Judaism
  • Amir Banbaji
  • Book reviews.
  • Antisemitism, Holocaust, and genocide.
  • Evan Burr Bukey, Jews and intermarriage in Nazi Austria
  • Barbara F. Okun
  • Sidney Mintz
  • Biography, history, and the social sciences.
  • Pierre Birnbaum, La répulique et le cochon
  • David Weinberg
  • Yossi Goldstein, Golda: biografiyah
  • Matthew Silver
  • Sebastian Hoepfner, Jewish organizations in transatlantic perspective: patterns of contemporary Jewish politics in Germany and the United States
  • Tobias Brinkmann
  • Alice Kessler-Harris, A difficult woman: the challenging life and times of Lillian Hellman
  • Nancy Sinkoff
  • Guy Miron, The waning of emancipation: Jewish history, memory and the rise of fascism in Germany, France and Hungary
  • Salo on challah: Soviet Jews' experience of food in the 1920s-1950s
  • Pierre Birnbaum
  • Stephen Sharot, Comparative perspectives on Judaism and Jewish identities
  • Eliezer Ben-Rafael
  • Azriel Shohet, The Jews of Pinsk, 1881 to 1941
  • Antony Polonsky
  • Gerald Sorin, Howard Fast: life and literature in the left lane
  • Stephen J. Whitfield
  • Scott Ury, Barricades and banners: the Revolution of 1905 and the transformation of Warsaw Jewry
  • Brian Horowitz
  • Kalman Weiser, Jewish people, Yiddish nation: Noah Prylucki and the folkists in Poland
  • Anna Shternshis
  • Gali Drucker Bar-Am
  • Religion, thought, and culture.
  • Nathan Abrams, The new Jew in film: exploring Jewishness and Judaism in contemorary cinema
  • Aharon Feuerstein
  • Hamutal Bar-Yosef, Mysticism in twentieth century Hebrew literature
  • Galili Shahar
  • Aliza Cohen-Mushlin et al., Synagogues in Lithuania: a catalogue
  • Sharman Kadish
  • David Ellenson and Daniel Gordis, Pledges of Jewish allegiance: conversion, law, and policymaking in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Orthodox responsa
  • Shmuel Shilo
  • In the wake of starvation: Jewish desplaced persons and food in post-Holocaust Germany
  • Sharman Kadish, The synagogues of Britain and Ireland: an architectural and social history
  • Vladimir Levin
  • Zionism, Israel, and the Middle East.
  • Yoel Cohen, God, Jews and the media: religion and Israel's media
  • Kimmy Caplan
  • Beverly Mizrachi, Paths to middle-class mobility among second-generation Moroccan immigrant women in Israel
  • Henriette Dahan Kaley
  • Anita Shapira, Israel: a history
  • Ari Shavit, My promised land: the triumph and tragedy of Israel
  • Gideon Shimoni
  • Hagit Lavsky
  • "The new immigrant must not only learn, he must also forget": the making of Eretz Israeli Ashkenazi cuisine
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  • (OCoLC)944039581
  • oso0190461934

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