Addresses the complex relationships between American Jews and Germany over the fifty years following the end of World War II.
Focuses on the critical and theoretical implications of adapting the Harry Potter novels to films and media.
An evocative feminist ethnography focused on the rarely documented lives of women at the Israeli periphery.
The first book devoted to the life and work of a contemporary Italian-born American artist Harry Bertoia.
Feminist reading of women’s representation and activism in Israeli cinema.
An ethnographic tapestry of personal and institutional narratives about Jerusalem’s social history.
Biography of a Jewish doctor who survived and triumphed over the horrors of the Holocaust.
Explores popular economic development strategies in midsize Canadian urban areas.
Investigates the work of global filmmaker Raúl Ruiz.
Interdisciplinary overview of American Jewish life post-Holocaust.
Examination of the changing facade of the Argentinean Jewish community from the beginning of mass Jewish immigration in 1890 to its decline in 1930.
Explores the bonds of family, neighbors, lovers, and friends as they are tested in new environments.
The only book-length biography of a major Michigan figure who served as Detroit’s mayor and contributed to the early success of the Ford Motor Company.
A study of the first Jewish magazine to explore ethnic identity in early twentieth-century Germany.
Showcases the bold, innovative, and colorful architectural designs of Alexander Girard.
Comprehensive history of Jewish immigration, segregation, and integration; of Jewry’s cultural exclusiveness and assimilation; of its internal division and indivisible unity; and of its role in the making of America.
Provides a rich harvest of Jewish customs and traditional beliefs, gathered from all over the world and from ancient to modern times.
Detailed analysis of the popular poetry and song of Yiddish-speaking immigrants in London from 1884–1914.
A personal narrative of past and present racial violence and resistance to terror in the United States.
The first book-length study of the survival of Polish Jews in Stalin’s Soviet Union.