New Issue of European Judaism: Shakespeare and the Jews (Vol. 51, Issue 2)

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The latest issue of European Judaism, titled "Shakespeare and the Jews," is now online!


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Volume 51, Issue 2: Shakespeare and the Jews



Jonathan Magonet


Introduction: Shakespeare and the Jews

Lily Kahn


Shakespeare's England and the Jews

The Exceptions to the Rule: Jews in Shakespeare's England

Cynthia Seton-Rogers


Elizabethan Orientalia: 'Jews' in Late Tudor England and the Ottoman Jews

José Alberto Rodrigues da Silva Tavim


Aemilia Bassano Lanier's New Perspective on Women in the Poem Salve Deus Rex Judaeorum

Neslihan Ekmekçioğlu


Jewish Renegades and Renegade Jews in Robert Daborne's A Christian Turned Turk

Adriana Streifer


Critical Approaches to Jewish Themes in Shakespeare

'Which is the merchant here, and which the Jew?': Alterity, Sameness and Irony in Venice

Anna Carleton Forrester


Shylock, the Devil and the Meaning of Deception in The Merchant of Venice

Jonathan Elukin


Deproblematizing The Merchant of Venice: Text, and Pretexts for Changing Subtext

Roger Wooster


Triangulation as a Problem in the Plays and Sonnets

Richard H. Weisberg


Shakespeare in Hebrew Translation

The Task of the Hebrew Translation: Reading into Othello's Indian/ Iudean Crux in the First Hebrew Translation

Eran Tzelgov


The Use of Biblicizing Techniques in Isaac Salkinson's Hebrew Translations: Hebrew Literature and Christian Mission

Eran Shuali


The Word of the Lord to Shylock: Biblical Forms in the Translations of Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice to Hebrew

Atar Hadari


Biblical Echoes in Meir Wieseltier's Hebrew Translation of Macbeth

Shiran Avni


?הַאִם אַתָּה דּוֹמֶה לְיוֹם אָבִיב: Anna Herman Translates the Sonnets

Adriana X. Jacobs


Shakespeare and the Jews in the Press

The Merchant of Venice in the Hebrew Press

Gideon Kouts


Shylock in the Cinema: Michael Radford's The Merchant of Venice

Maria-Clara Versiani Galery


Shakespeare and Jewish Education

'Go out and learn': Shakespeare, Bildung and the Jewish Youth Movement in Germany between Integration and Jewish Self-Identification

Rosa Reicher


Redefining Censorship: Lessons Learned from Teaching The Merchant of Venice in Israel

Esther B. Schupak


Teatrum Mundi: Teaching Shakespeare Performance to Israeli Medical Students

Rebecca Gillis


Shylock and the Holocaust

Shylock and the Nazis: Continuation or Reinvention?

Alessandra Bassey


A Hebrew Take on Shylock on the New York Stage : Shylock '47 at the Pargod Theatre (1947)

Edna Nahshon


Shylock in Buchenwald: Hanan Snir's Israeli-German Production (Weimar 1995)

Gad Kaynar-Kissinger


Anglo-Jewish Adaptations of Shakespeare

Wrestling with Shylock: Contemporary British Jewish Theatre and Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice

Jeanette R. Malkin and Eckart Voigts


Arnold Wesker's Rewriting of Shylock in The Merchant (1976) with a Purpose

Thomas Luk


Identity and Gender Politics in Contemporary Shakespearean Rewriting: Julia Pascal's The Yiddish Queen Lear

Özlem Özmen


Global Perspectives on The Merchant of Venice

The Image of Jews as Constructed by Lexical Items: Translations of Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice as a Case in Point

Xiu Gao


Theatre and Ideology: Staging The Merchant of Venice at the Hungarian National Theatre in 1940 and 1986

Zoltán Imre


The Merchant ON Venice [Boulevard, Los Angeles], Chicago, 2007: Universalizing Shakespeare's Play after the Holocaust

Michael Shapiro


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