German Jewish Cultures

This series provides a forum for cutting-edge scholarship at the intersections of Jewish and German studies. In recognition of the diversification and increasingly interdisciplinary nature of Jewish studies, this new series seeks to expand the traditional purview of German-Jewish studies by welcoming contributions from across the full range of disciplines and methodologies, including postcolonial and gender studies, medieval and early modern history, the history of the family, Yiddish studies, folklore, animal studies, media studies, and film and visual culture. It will also publish cutting-edge studies of German-Jewish cultural, social, and intellectual history from the medieval to the modern period. Contact: Dee Mortensen, Editorial Director, mortense@indiana.edu

Editorial Board:

Matthew Handelman, Michigan State University
Iris Idelson, Goethe Universitat Frankfurt am Main
Samuel Spinner, Johns Hopkins University
Joshua Teplitsky, Stony Brook University
Kerry Wallach, Gettysburg College

Sponsored by the Leo Baeck Institute London
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The Emergence of Early Yiddish Literature

Cultural Translation in Ashkenaz

Jerold C. Frakes

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 $60.00 
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Modernism without Jews?

German-Jewish Subjects and Histories

Scott Spector

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 $25.00