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

 

Editorial

Jonathan Magonet

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Introduction: Shakespeare and the Jews

Lily Kahn

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Shakespeare's England and the Jews

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

Cynthia Seton-Rogers

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

José Alberto Rodrigues da Silva Tavim

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

Neslihan Ekmekçioğlu

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

Adriana Streifer

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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

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

Jonathan Elukin

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

Roger Wooster

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Triangulation as a Problem in the Plays and Sonnets

Richard H. Weisberg

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Shakespeare in Hebrew Translation

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

Eran Tzelgov

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

Eran Shuali

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

Atar Hadari

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Biblical Echoes in Meir Wieseltier's Hebrew Translation of Macbeth

Shiran Avni

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

Adriana X. Jacobs

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Shakespeare and the Jews in the Press

The Merchant of Venice in the Hebrew Press

Gideon Kouts

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

Maria-Clara Versiani Galery

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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

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

Esther B. Schupak

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Teatrum Mundi: Teaching Shakespeare Performance to Israeli Medical Students

Rebecca Gillis

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Shylock and the Holocaust

Shylock and the Nazis: Continuation or Reinvention?

Alessandra Bassey

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

Edna Nahshon

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

Gad Kaynar-Kissinger

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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

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

Thomas Luk

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

Özlem Özmen

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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

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

Zoltán Imre

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

Michael Shapiro

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