Bibliography

Books & articles

Yiddish Cinema and Theatre

Berkowitz, Joel: Shakespeare on the American Yiddish Stage. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2002.

Berkowitz, Joel (ed.): Yiddish Theatre. New Approaches. Oxford and Portland, Oregon: The Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, 2003.

Dalinger, Brigitte: “‘Galizianer’ in Wien – Zur Darstellung ‘östlicher Juden’ im jiddischen Theater und Film”. In: Wallas, Armin A. (ed.): Jüdische Identitäten in Mitteleuropa – Literarische Modelle der Identitätskonstruktion. Tübingen: Max Niemeyer Verlag, 2002, 35-46.

Epstein, Shifra: “Drama on a Table: The Bobover Hasidim Piremshpil”. In: Goldberg, Harvey E. (ed.): Judaism viewed from Within and from Without : Anthropological Studies. Albany, N.Y.: State University of New York Press, 1987, 195-217.

Gelb, Barbara: Great Songs of the Yiddish Theatre. New York: Times Books, 1975.

Goldberg, Judith N.: Laughter Through Tears: the Yiddish Cinema. Rutherford (N.J.), London, Toronto: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press; Associated University Presses, Sara F. Yoseloff memorial publications in Judaism and Jewish affairs, 1983.

Goldman, Eric Arthur: Visions, Images and Dreams. Yiddish films past and present. Michigan: Ann Arbor, 1988.

Goldman, Eric Arthur: “The Yiddish Cinema in America: A Celebration of Jewish Life”. In: Shapiro, Edward S. (ed.): Yiddish in America – Essays on Yiddish Culture in the Golden Land. Scranton und London: University of Scranton Press, 2008, 81-108.

Hoberman, Jim: Bridge of Light – Yiddish Film Between Two Worlds. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1995 (1991).

Hödl, Klaus: “Jüdische Popularkultur im 19. Jahrhundert am Beispiel des jiddischen Theaters”. In: Haug, Christine, Franziska Mayer und Madleen Podewski (ed.): Populäres Judentum – Medien, Debatten, Lesestoffe. Tübingen: Max Niemeyer Verlag, 2009, 47-63.

Kanfer, Stefan: Stardust Lost. The Triumph, Tragedy, and Mishugas oft he Yiddish Theater in America. New York: Vintage Books, 2006

Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, Barbara: “Imagining Europe: The Popular Arts of American Jewish Ethnography”. In: Divergent Centers: Shaping Jewish Cultures in Israel and America. Moore, Deborah Dash and Ilan Troen (eds.), New Haven: Yale University Press, 2001, p. 151-191 (PDF).

Koch, Gertrud: Die Einstellung ist die Einstellung – Visuelle Konstruktionen des Judentums. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, Edition Suhrkamp, Band 674, 1992.

Lensch, Juliane: Klezmer: Von den Wurzeln in Osteuropa zum musikalischen Patchwork in den USA. Hofheim: Wolke Verlagsgesellschaft, 2010.

Loewy, Ronny (ed.): Das jiddische Kino. Frankfurt: Deutsches Filmmuseum, 1982.

Michel, Chantal Catherine: Der Soziale Aufstieg im Jiddischen Kino. Konflikt zwischen jüdischer Identität und Assimilation. Univ. diss., Freie Universität Berlin, 2010.

Michel, Chantal Catherine: “Zwischen Shtetl und ‘goldener Medine’: Das jiddische Kino im Spiegel der Presse”. In: Jiddistik Mitteilungen – Jiddistik in Deutschsprachigen Ländern, no. 35, April 2006, 1-15.

Michel, Chantal Catherine: “Zingendik zum Ruhm: Das Jiddische Kino zwischen Identitätsbewahrung und Assimilation”. In: Kallwies, Nicole und Mariella Schütz (ed.): Mediale Ansichten – Dokumentation des 18. Film- und Fernsehwissenschaftlichen Kolloquiums Universität Mannheim 2005. Marburg: Schüren, 2006, 49-56.

Michel, Chantal Catherine: “Cinéma identitaire ou miroir du regard d’autrui?” Mémoire de Maîtrise d’Etudes cinématographiques et audio-visuelles, Université Paul Valéry, Montpellier III, 1998. Memoire

Paskin, Sylvia (ed.): When Joseph Met Molly – A Reader on Yiddish Film London: Five Leaves Publications, The European Jewish Publication Society, 1999

Sandrow, Nahma: Vagabond Stars: A world History of Yiddish Theater. New York: Limelight, 1986 (1977).

Thissen, Judith: “Jewish Immigrant Audiences in New York City (1905-1914)”. In: Stokes, Melvyn und Richard Maltby (ed.): American Movie Audiences: From the Turn of the Century to the Early Sound Era. London: BFI Publishing, 1999, 15-28.

Thissen, Judith: “Jüdische Einwanderer aus Osteuropa und der frühe Film in New York: Eine kulturelle Brücke über den Atlantik”. In: Kintop, 10, 2001, 61-72.

Thissen, Judith: “Moyshe goes to the Movies: Jewish immigrants, popular entertainment, and ethnic identity in New York City (1880-1914)”. (Univ. Dissertation) University of Utrecht, 2001.

Thissen, Judith: “Film and Vaudeville on New York’s Lower East Side”. In: Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, Barbara und Jonathan Karp (ed.): The Art of Being Jewish in Modern Times: Essays on Jews and Aesthetic Culture. Philadelphia: Universtiy of Pennsylvania Press, 2007, 42-56.

Warnke, Nina: “Reforming the New York Yiddish Theater: The cultural politics of Immigrant Intellectuals and the Yiddish Press, 1887-1910″. (Ph D Dissertation) Columbia University, 2001.

Warnke, Nina: “Going East: The Impact of American Yiddish Plays and Players on the Yiddish Stage in Czarist Russia, 1895-1914″. In: American Jewish History, 90/1, March 2004, 1-29.

Weissenberg, “Das Purimspiel von Ahasverus und Esther”. In: Mitteilungen der Gesellschaft für jüdische Volkskunde, Heft XIII/no. 1, 1904, 1-26.

Newspaper articles and critiques

B.R.C.: “The Screen in Review – At the Continental – Tevya”. In: The New York Times, Vol. LXXXIX, 29917, 22.12.1939, 15.

Bukhvald, G.: “›Tevye der milkhiger‹ in a film”. In: Morgn Frayhayt, Vol. XIX, No. 189-5954, 22.12.1939, 5-6.

Cahan, Abraham: “›A brivele der mamen‹ – a yidishe toki fun yidishen leben in poylen, geshriben fun m. osherovitsh un rezshisirt fun dshosef grin”. In: Forverts, Vol. XLIII, 15263, 22.09.1939, 3.

Conan, Eric: “L’Origine des Protocoles des sages de Sion: Les secrèts d’une manipulation antisémite”. In: L’Express, 16.11.1999.

(http://www.lexpress.fr/culture/livre/les-secrets-d-une-manipulation-antisemite_817525.html)

Entin, Yuard: “Sh. Anski’s ›Dibuk‹ als film”. In: Der Yidisher Kemfer, Vol. XVII, 245, 11.02.1938, 13-15.

Fogelman, I.: “›Tevye der mikhiger‹ in a muvi”. In: Forverts, Vol. Vol. XLIII, 15356, 25.12.1939, 4.

g., yi.: “A neye yidishe toki in skvir teater – ›dem khazn’s zuhndel‹”. In: Forverts, Vol. XLI, 14634, 28.12.1937, 5.

Gelfand, Alexander: “Tango: Not Jewish, But Not 100% Not Jewish”. In: The Jewish Daily Forward, Vol., 10.06.2005.

H.T.S.: “At Clinton and Radio Theatres”. In: The New York Times, Vol. LXXXIX, 29942, 16.01.1940, 19.

Kanievski, Ahron: “a yidishe toki vos hot di vert gezehn tzu veren”. In: Der Tog – Philadelphia Edition, Vol., 18.02.1939 (Molly Picon Scrap Books, AJHS).

Levitin, B.: “›Der Vanderender Yid‹ – a neye yidishe toki in cameo teater “. In: Forverts, Vol. XXXVII, 13114, 23.10.1933, 8.

Levitin, B.: “›Der Purim-shpiler‹ – a muzikalishe yidishe toki in cameo teater – a bild fun yidihsen leben in di kleyne shtetlakh fun galitzien”. In: Forverts, Vol. XLI, 14613, 07.12.1937, 4.

Libin, Z.: “›Yidl mitn Fidl‹ – A neye toki mit mali pikon in der star-role”. In: Forverts, Vol., 07.01.1937, 6.

Maman, Rabbi Pinchas: ‘A Daily Dose of Moshiach & Geula: 2 Tishrei – 6 Mar-Cheshvan. Selected daily pearls of wisdom from the Rebbe MH”M on Moshiach and Geula.’. In: Beis Moshiach, /617 (5768/2007), 6-13.

n.n.: “Der neyer yidisher film ›yidl mitn fidl‹ – a gesprekh mitn direktor und mitrezshiser yiosef grin”. In: Literarishe Bleter, Vol. no. 39 (646), 25.09.1936, 625.

n.n.: “Of Local Origin”. In: New York Times, Vol. LXXXIX, 29871, 06.11.1939a, 20.

n.n: “Tevya”. In: Variety, Vol. Vol. 137, No. 3, 27.12.1939b, 45.

Veyner, Khaym: “Yidl mit’n Fidl”. In: Der Yidisher Kemfer, Vol. XVII, 204, 05.03.1937, 16-17.

Jews and Cinema

Buhle, Paul: From the Lower East Side to Hollywood. London, New York: Verso, 2004.

Gabler, Neal: The Empire of Their Own: How the Jews Invented Hollywood. New York: Anchor, 1988.

Yiddish and Jewish Music

Borchard, Beatrix. “Zur Rolle der Instrumentalmusik im Jüdischen Akkulturationsprozeß”. In: Menora – Jahrbuch für Deutsch-Jüdische Geschichte 2005/2006, Herausgegeben von Julius H. Schoeps, Karl E. Grötzinger und Gert Mattenklott, 16, 2006, 171-202.

Czackis, Lloica. “Tangele: The History of the Yiddish Tango”. In: The Jewish Quarterly, 50/1 (189), Spring 2003, 44-52.

Heskes, Irene: “Introduction”. In: Heskes, Irene (ed.): The music of Abraham Goldfaden : father of the yiddish theatre. Cedarhurst, NY: Tara Publications, 1990, III-IX.

Lilienfeld, François: Die Musik der Juden Osteuropas: lomir ale singn. Zürich Chronos-Verlag, 2002.

Metzger, Eva. “The Lullaby in Yiddish Folk Song”. In: Jewish Social Studies, 46/3/4, Summer/Fall 1984, 253-262.

Mlotek, Eleanor Gordon und Joseph Mlotek: Pearls of Yiddish song: Favorite Folk, Art and Theatre Songs. New York, NY: Education Department of the Workmen’s Circle, 1988 (1988).

Netsky, Hankus: “Breaking the Silence on American Yiddish Popular Music”. In: Shaprio, Edward S. (ed.): Yiddish in America – Essays on Yiddish Culture in the Golden Land. Scanton and London: University of Scranton Press, 2008, 189-204.

Rubin, Ruth: Voices of a People – The Story of Yiddish Folksong. Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society of America, 1979.

Salmen, Walter: Jüdische Musikanten und Tänzer – Vom 13. bis 20. Jahrhundert. Innsbruck: Edition Helbling, 1991.

Sapoznik, Henry: Klezmer! Jewish Musik from Old World to Our World. New York: Schirmer Books, 1999.

Shiloah, Amnon: Jewish Musical Traditions. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1992.

Slobin, Mark: Tenement Songs – The Popular Music of the Jewish Immigrants. Urbana, u.a.: University of Illinois Press, 1996.

Slobin, Mark und Ruth Rubin: Voices of a People: The Story of Yiddish Folksong. Il.: University of Illinois Press, 2000.

Slobin, Mark: Chosen Voices – The Story of the American Cantorate. Urbana, Chicago (Ill.): University of Illinois Press, 2002 (1989).

Tahir-Ul-Haq, Ilona: Das Lied der Juden im osteuropäischen Raum. Seine Funktionen im Prozeß der Erhaltung und Veränderung des sozialen und kulturellen Normensystems und in der Bewältigung aktueller Lebenssituation. Frankfurt am Main, Bern, Las Vegas: Peter Lang, Europäische Hochschulschriften, Reihe I: Deutsche Literatur und Germanistik, 38, 1978.

Winkler, Georg: Klezmer – Merkmale, Strukturen und Tendenzen eines musikkulturellen Phänomens. Bern: Peter Lang, Salzburger Beiträge zu Musik- und Tanzforschung, Band 1, 2003.

Jewish history, sociology, and culture

Arendt, Hannah: “Jewish History, Revised”. In: Feldman, Ron H. (ed.): Hannah Arendt: The Jew as Pariah – Jewish identity and politics in the modern age. New York: Groove Press, 1978, 96-105.

Dubnow, Simon M.: History of the Jews. trans. Spiegel, Moshe. New York, South Brundswick (NJ), London: Thomas Yoseloff, Forth Definitive Revised Edition, 5 Bände, 1967-1973. Vol. II – From the Roman Empire to the Early Medieval Period, 1968. Vol. IV – From Cromwell’s Commonwealth to the Napoleonic Era, 1971.

Heilman, Samuel C.: The People of the Book – Drama, Fellowship, and Religion. Chicago, London: University of Chicago Press, 1987 (1983).

Herman, Simon N.: Jewish Identity – A Social Psychological Perspective. Beverly Hills, London: Sage Publications, Sage Library of Social Resesearch, 48, 1977.

Herweg, Rachel Monika: Die jüdische Mutter: Das verborgene Matriarchat. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1994.

Herzig, Arno, Hans Otto Horch und Robert Jütte (ed.): Judentum und Aufklärung – Jüdisches Selbstverständnis in der bürgerlichen Öffentlichkeit. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2002.

Hödl, Klaus: “Looking Beyond Borders: Performative Approaches to Jewish Historiography”. In: Journal of Jewish Identities, Vol. 1/1, 2008a, 51-66.

Hödl, Klaus: “Performanz in der jüdischen Historiographie. Zu den Vor- und Nachteilen eines methodischen Konzeptes”. In: Hödl, Klaus (ed.): Kulturelle Grenzräume im jüdischen Kontext. Innsbruck, Wien, Bozen: StudienVerlag, Schriften des Centrums für Jüdische Studien, Band 14, 2008b, 175-189.

Neher, André: L’identité juive. Paris: Petite Bibliothèque Payot, no. 198, 1994 (1977).

Landmann, Salcia: Als sie noch lachten – Das war der jüdische Witz. München: Herbrig, 1997.

Landmann, Salcia: Der jüdische Witz. Düsseldorf: Patmos Verlag, 13. vollst. üb. Aufl., 1999 (1960).

Sacks, Jonathan: A Letter in the Scroll – Understanding Our Jewish Identity and Exploring the Legacy of the World’s Oldest Religion. New York, [u.a.]: The Free Press, 2000.

Sand, Shlomo: Comment le peuple juif fut inventé – De la Bible au sionisme. trans. Cohen-Wiesenfeld, Sivan und Levana Frenk. Paris: Fayard, 2008.

Sartre, Jean-Paul: Réflexions sur la question juive. Paris: Gallimard, Folio essais, 1996 (1946).

Sungolowsky, Joseph. “Criticism of Anti-Semite and Jew”. In: Yale French Studies, 30: Jean-Paul Sartre, 1963, 68-72.

Telushkin, Joseph: Jewish Literacy – The Most Important Things to know about the Jewish Religion, Its People, and its History. New York: William Morrow, 2001 (1991).

Trachtenberg, Joshua: Jewish Magic and Superstition: A Study in Folk Religion. New York: Atheneum, 1987.

Roth, Cecil und I. H. Levine (ed.): The World History of the Jewish People – Second Series: Medieval Period. London: W.H. Allen, 1966.

(Eastern) Europe

Altman, Alexander: “Moses Mendelssohn as the archetypal German Jew”. In: Reinharz, Jehuda und Walter Schatzberg (ed.): The Jewish response to German culture. From the Enlightenment to the Second World War. Hanover, NH: University Press of New England, 1985, 17-31.

Baron, Salo Wittmayer: The Russian Jew under Tsars and Soviets. New York: Schocken Books, 1987 (1964).

Butzer, Evi: Die Anfänge der jiddischen purim shpiln in ihrem literarischen und kulturgeschichtlichen Kontext. Hamburg: Helmut Buske Verlag, Jidishe Schtudies – Beiträge zur Geschichte der Sprache und Literatur der aschkenasischen Juden, 10, 2003.

Dubnow, Simon M.: Geschichte des Chassidismus in zwei Bänden. trans. Steinberg, A. Berlin: Jüdischer Verlag, 1931.

Dubnow, Simon M.: History of the Jews in Russia and Poland – From the Earliest Times until the Present Day. trans. Friedlaender, I. Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society of America. Zwei Bände, 1916-1918. Vol. 1: From the Beginning until the Death of Alexander I (1825), 1916. Vol. 2: From the Death of Alexander I. until the Death of Alexander III. (1825-1894), 1918.

Estraikh, Gennady und Mikhail Krutikov (ed.): The Shtetl: Image and Reality – Papers of the Second Mendel Friedman International Conference on Yiddish. Oxford: European Humanities Research Centre, University of Oxford, 2000.

Helzel, Florence B.: Shtetl Life – The Nathan and Faye Huruvitz Collection. Berkeley, CA: Judath L. Magnes Museum, 1993.

Hödl, Klaus: “Vom Shtetl an die Lower East Side” Galizische Juden in New York. Wien, Köln, Weimar: Böhlau Verlag, Böhlaus Zeitgeschichtliche Bibliothek, Band 19, 1991.

Hödl, Klaus: Wiener Juden – jüdische Wiener. Identität, Gedächtnis und Performanz im 19. Jahrhundert. Innsbruck, Wien, Bozen: Studienverlag, Schriften des Centrums für Jüdische Studien, Band 19, 2006.

Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, Barbara: “Introduction”. In: Zborowski, Mark und Elisabeth Herzog (ed.): Life is with People. New York: Schocken Books, 1995, ix-xlviii (online)

Klier, John D.: “What Exactly Was a Shtetl?”. In: Estraikh, Gennady und Mikhail Krutikov (ed.): The Shtetl: Image and Reality. Papers of the Second Mendel Friedman International Conference on Yiddish. Oxford: Legenda (European Humanities Research Centre), University of Oxford, Studies in Yiddish, 2, 2000, 23-35.

Miron, Dan: Der imazh fun shtetl. Dray literarishe shtudies. Tel Aviv: Peretz farlag, 1981.

Miron, Dan: The Image of the Shtetl and other Studies of Modern Jewish Literary Imagination. Syracuse, N.Y.: Syracuse University Press, Judaic traditions in literature, music, and art, 2000.

Pinchuk, Ben-Cion: “The East European Shtetl and its Place in Jewish History”. In: Revue des études juives, tome 164/fascicule 1-2, janvier-juin 2005, 187-212.

Roskies, Diane K. und David G. Roskies: The Shtetl book. New York: Ktav Pub. House, 1975.

Schwara, Desanka: “‘Luftmenschen’ – Leidtragende des Verarmungsprozesses in Osteuropa im 19. Jahrhundert”. In: Jersch-Wenzel, Stefi, u. a. (ed.): Juden und Armut in Mittel- und Osteuropa. Köln, Weimar, Wien: Böhlau Verlag, 2000, 149-165.

Sokolova, Alla: “The Podolian Shtetl as Architectural Phenomenon”. In: Estraikh, Gennady und Mikhail Krutikov (ed.): The Shtetl: Image and Reality. Papers of the Second Mendel Friedman International Conference on Yiddish. Oxford: Legenda (European Humanities Research Centre), University of Oxford, Studies in Yiddish, 2, 2000, 36-79.

Somogyi, Tamar: Die Schejnen und die Prosten : Untersuchung zum Schönheitsideal der Ostjuden in Bezug auf Körper und Kleidung unter besonderer Berücksichtigung des Chassidismus. Berlin: Reimer, Kölner ethnologische Studien, 2, 1982.

Zborowski, Mark und Elisabeth Herzog: Das Schtetl. Die untergegangene Welt der osteuropäischen Juden. trans. Richard, Hans. München: C. H. Beck, 1992.

America

Aviv, Caryn und David Shneer: New Jews – The End of the Jewish Diaspora. New York, London: New York University Press, 2005.

Brandes, Joseph. “From Sweatshop to Stability: Jewish Labour between Two World Wars”. In: YIVO Annual, 16, 1976, 1-149.

Cohen, Naomi Wiener: Not Free to Desist – The American Jewish Committee, 1906-1966. Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society, XIII, 1972.

Cohen, Steven M.: American Modernity & Jewish Identity. New York, London: Travistock Publications, 1983.

Cohen, Steven M.: American assimilation or Jewish revival? Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, Jewish Political and Social Studies, 1988.

Cowan, Neil M. und Ruth Schwartz Cowan: Our Parent’s Lives – Jewish Assimilation and Everyday Life. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1989.

Dashesfsky, Arnold und Howard M. Shapiro: Ethnic Identification among American Jews – Socialization and Social Structure. Lexington (Mass), Toronto, London: Lexington Books, 1974.

Dershowitz, Alan M.: The Vanishing American Jew – In Search of Jewish Identity for the next Century. Boston, New York, Toronto, London: Little, Brown and Company, 1997.

Dimont, Max I.: The Jews in America – The Roots, History and Destiny of American Jews. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1978.

Diner, Hasia R.: A Time for Gathering – The Second Migration 1820-1880. Baltimore, London: Johns Hopkins University Press, The Jewish People in America, Vol. II, 1992.

Diner, Hasia R.: Lower East Side Memories – A Jewish Place in America. Princeton, Oxford (MA): Princeton University Press, 2000.

Farber, Eli: A Time for Planting – The First Migration, 1654-1820. Baltimore, London: The John Hopkins University Press, The Jewish People in America, Vol. I, 1992.

Fishman, Sylvia Barack: Jewish Life and American Culture. Albany: SUNY Press, 2000.

Fishman, Sylvia Barack: Jewish and Something Else: A Study of Mixed-Married Families. New York: American Jewish Committee, 2001.

Fishman, Sylvia Barack: Double or Nothing: Jewish Families and Mixed Marriage. Hanover: Brandeis University Press, 2004.

Franck, Phyllis: “The Hasidic Poor in New York City”. In: Levine, Naomi und Martin Hochbaum (ed.): Poor Jews – An American Awakening. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Books, 1974, 59-69.

Gerber, David A.: “Anti-Semitism and Jewish-Gentile Relations in American Historiography and the American Past”. In: Gerber, David A. (ed.): Anti-Semitism in American History. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1986, 3-54.

Glazer, Nathan: “The American Jew and the Attainment of Middle-Class Rank: Some Trends and Explanations”. In: Sklare, Marshall (ed.): The Jews – Social Patterns of an American Group. Westport, Conneticut: Greenwood Press, 1958, 138-146.

Glazer, Nathan: “The Jews”. In: Higham, John (ed.): Ethnic Leadership in America. Baltimore, London: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1978, 19-35.

Goldscheider, Calvin: Jewish Continuity and Change – Emerging Patterns in America. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, Jewish Policical and Social Studies, 1986.

Gordon, Albert I.: Jews in Transition. Mineapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1949.

Goren, Arthur A.: “Jews”. In: Thernstrom, Stephan, Ann Orlov und Oscar Handlin (ed.): Harvard Encyclopedia of American Ethnic Groups. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press 1980, 571-598.

—: “The Jewish Press”. In: Miller, Sally M. (ed.): The Ethnic Press in the United States – A Historical Analysis and Handbook. New York, Westport, Conn, London: Greenwood Press, 1987, 203-228.

Guttmann, Allen: The Jewish Writer in America – Assimilation and the Crisis of Identity. New York, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1971.

Heinze, Andrew R.: Adapting to Abundance – Jewish Immigrants, Mass Consumption, and the Search for American Identity. New York: Columbia University Press, 1990.

Himmelfarb, Harold “The Study of American Jewish Identification: How it is Defined, Measured, Obtained, Sustained, and Lost”. In: Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 19/1, March 1980, 48-60.

Himmelfarb, Harold: “Patterns of Assimilation: Identification among American Jews”. In: Ethnicity, 6/3, Sept. 1979, 249-267.

Howe, Irving: The World of our Fathers – The Journey of the East European Jews to America and the Life They Found and Made. New York, London: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1976.

Kaganoff, Nathan M. “The Jewish Landsmanshaftn in New York City in the Period Preceding World War I”. In: American Jewish History, 76/1: Jewish Landsmanshaftn in America Sept. 1986, 56-66.

Karp, Abraham J.: Golden Door to America – The Jewish Immigrant Experience. New York: Viking Press, 1976.

Kessner, Thomas: The Golden Door: Italian and Jewish Immigrant Mobility in New York City, 1880-1915. New York: Oxford University Press, 1977.

Konner, Melvin: Unsettled – An Anthropology of the Jews. New York: Viking Compass, 2003.

Kuznets, Simon: “Immigration of Russian Jews to the United States: Background and Structure”. In: Pozzetta, George E. (ed.): American Immigration & Ethnicity. A 20-Volume Series of Distinguished Essays. New York, London: Garland Publishing, Inc., Vol. 2: Emigration and Immigration – The Old World Confronts the New, 1991 (1975), 247-338. First published in: Perspectives in American History, IX, 33-124.

Leventman, Seymour: “From Shtetl to Suburb”. In: Rose, Peter I. (ed.): The Ghetto and Beyond. New York: Random House, 1969, 33-56.

Levine, Naomi und Martin Hochbaum: “Introduction”. In: Levine, Naomi und Martin Hochbaum (ed.): Poor Jews – An American Awakening. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Books, 1974, 1-5.

Liebkind, Karmela: The Ambivalent American Jew – Politics, Religion, and Family in American Jewish Life. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1973.

Liebman, Charles S. “Orthodoxy in American Jewish Life”. In: American Jewish Year Book, 66, 1965, 21-97.

Liebman, Charles S.: “Reconstructionism in American Jewish Life”. In: American Jewish Year Book, 71, 1970, 3-99.

Liebman, Seymour B.: “The Jews as an Ethnic Group in the Americas During the sixteenth and seventeenth Centuries”. In: Misra, Bhabagrahi und James Preston (ed.): Community, Self, and Identity. The Hague, Paris: Mouton Publishers,Tax, Sol, World Anthropology, 1978, 95-114.

Morawska, Ewa: “Changing Images of the Old Country in the Development of Ethnic Identity among East European Immigrants, 1880s-1930s: A Comparison of Jewish and Slavic Representations”. In: Kugelmass, Jack (ed.): YIVO Annual. Evanston, Ill.: Northwestern University Press and the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research, Volume 21: Going Home, 1993, 273-341.

Rischin, Moses: The Promised City: New York City’s Jews, 1870-1914. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1962.

Roskies, David G.: The Jewish Search for a Usable Past. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1999.

Rubin, Barry M.: Assimilation and its discontents : Jew. New York, NY: Times Books, 1995.

Sarna, Jonathan D.: American Judaism – A History. New Haven, London: Yale University Press, 2004.

Sarna, Jonathan D.: “The Cult of Synthesis in American Jewish Culture”. In: Jewish Social Studies – history, culture and society, 5/1 & 2, Fall-Winter 1999, 52-79.

Schwartz, Anita: “The Secular Seder: Continuity and Change among Left-Wing Jews”. In: Kugelmass, Jack (ed.): Between Two Worlds – Ethnographic Essays on American Jewry. Ithaca, London: Cornell University Press, 1988, 105-127.

Seltzer, Robert M. und Norman J. Cohen: The Americanization of the Jews. New York, London: New York University Press, 1995.

Silberman, Charles E.: A Certain People: American Jews and Their Lives Today. New York: Summit Books, 1985.

Silverstein, Alan: Alternatives to assimilation: the response of Reform Judaism to American culture, 1840-1930. Hanover: Brandeis University Press, 1994.

Sklare, Marshall und Joseph Greenblum: Jewish Identity on the Suburbian Frontier – A Study of Group Survival in the Open Society. New York: Basic Books, 1967.

Sklare, Marshall: America’s Jews. New York: Random House, 1972a (1971).

Sklare, Marshall: Conservative Judaism – An American Religious Movement. New York: Schocken, 1972b.

Sklare, Marshall: Observing America’s Jews. Hanover, London: University Press of New England, Brandeis University Press, 1993.

Slotkin, J. S. “Adjustment in Jewish-Gentile Intermarriages”. In: Social Forces, 21/2, Dec 1942, 226-230.

Soltes, Mordecai: The Yiddish press – An Americanizing agency. New York, N.Y.: Teachers College, Columbia University, 1925.

Sorin, Gerald: A Time for Building – The Third Migration 1880-1920. Baltimore, London: The John Hopkins University Press, The Jewish People in America, Vol. III, 1992.

Soyer, Daniel: Jewish Immigrant Associations and American Identity in New York, 1880-1939. Cambridge, Mass., London: Harvard University Press, 1997.

Soyer, Daniel: “Between Two Worlds: The Jewish Landsmanshaftn and Questions of Immigrant Identity”. In: American Jewish History, 76/1: Jewish Landsmanshaftn in America Sept. 1986, 5-25.

Starkman, Moishe: “vikhtikste momentn in der geshikhte fun der yidisher prese in amerike”. In: Glatstein, Jankev, Samuel Niger und Hillel Rogoff (ed.): finf un zibetzik jor jidishe prese in Amerike 1870-1945 – 75 Years of the Yiddish Press in America 1870-1945. New York: J.L. Peretz Shrayber Farein, The Yiddish Writers Union, 1945, 9-54.

Steinberg, Stephen: “The Rise of the Jewish Professional: Case Studies of Intergenerational Mobility”. In: Pozzetta, George E. (ed.): American Immigration & Ethnicity. A 20-Volume Series of Distinguished Essays. New York, London: Garland Publishing, Vol. 13: Assimilation, Acculturation, and Social Mobility, 1991, 280-91. First published in: Ethnic and Racial Studies 9/4, 502-513.

Waxman, Chaim Isaac: America’s Jews in transition. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1983.

Waxman, Chaim Isaac: “Is the Cup Half-Full or Half-Empty? Perspectives on the Future of the American Jewish Community”. In: Lipset, Seymour Martin (ed.): American Pluralism and the Jewish Community. New Brunswick, London: Transaction Publishers, 1990, 71-86.

Wertheimer, Jack: A People Divided – Judaism in Contemporary America. New York: Basic Books, 1993.

Weissman Joselit, Jenna. “Telling Tales: Or, How a Slum became a Shrine”. In: Jewish Social Studies, 2/2, Winter 1996, 54-63.

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Judaism

Aiken, Lisa: To be a Jewish Woman. Northvale, New Jersey, London: Jason Aronson, 1992.

Asheri, Michael: Living Jewish – The Lore and Law of Being a Practicing Jew. New York: Everest House, 1980 (1978).

Blumenthal, David Reuben: Understanding Jewish Mysticism: A soucre Reader. New York: KTAV Publishing House, Vol. 2: The Philosophic-mystical tradition and the hasidic tradition, 1982.

Donin, Hayim Halevy: To Pray as a Jew – a guide to the prayer book and the synagogue service. New York: Basic Books, 1980.

Donin, Hayim Halevy: To Be A Jew – A Guide to Jewish Observance in Contemporary Life. Selected and Compiled from the Shulhan Arukh and Responsa Literature providing a rationale for the Laws and Traditions. New York: Basic Books, Inc., 2001 (1972).

Forst, Rabbi Binyamin und Rabbi Aaron D. Twerski: The Laws of B’rachos – A comprehensive exposition of the background and laws of blessings. Brooklyn, NY: Mesorah Publications, 1990.

Gal-Ed, Efrat: Das Buch der jüdischen Jahresfeste. Frankfurt am Main: Insel Verlag, 2001.

Ganzfried, Rabbi Salomon: Code of Jewish Law – Kitzur Shulhan Arukh. A Compilation of Jewish Laws and Customs. trans. Goldin, Hyman E. New York: Hebrew Publishing Company, 1998.

Ganzfried, Schelomo: Kizzur Schulchan Aruch. trans. Selig. Basel: Victor Goldschmidt Verlag, o.J.

Gertoux, Gérard: The name of God Y.eH.oW.aH which is pronounced as it is written I_Eh_oU_Ah: its story. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 2002.

Goldberg, Harvey E.: Jewish Passages – Cycles of Jewish Life. Berkeley, Los Angeles, London: University of California Press, 2003.

Kaufman, Michael: Love, marriage, and family in Jewish law and tradition. Northvale, NJ [u.a.]: Aronson, 1996.

Klein, Isaac: A Guide to Jewish Religious Practice. New York, Jerusalem: The Jewish Theological Seminary of America, KTAV Publishing House, 1992 (1979).

Lau, Israel M.: Wie Juden leben : Glaube, Alltag, Feste. trans. Magall, Miriam. Gütersloh: Gütersloher Verlagshaus, 7. Auflage, 2008 (1978).

Millgram, Abraham E.: Sabbath – The Day of Delight. Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society of America, 1965 (1944).

Neusner, Jacob: The Torah and the halakhah : the four relationships. Lanham, Md. [u.a.]: University Press of America, 2003.

Neuwirth, Rabbi Yehoshua Y.: Shemirath Shabbath – a guide to the practical observance of the Sabbath. trans. Grangewood, W. Jerusalem, New York: Feldheim, Vol. III, 1997.

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Petruchowski, J. J.:”The magnification of Channukah”. In: Commentary, 24, Jan 1960, 38-43.

Rabinowicz, Rabbi Tzvi: A Guide to Life – Jewish Laws and Customs of Mourning. Northvale, N.J., London, 1989.

Routtenberg, Lilly S. und Ruth R. Seldin: The Jewish Wedding Book: A Practical Guide to the Traditions and Social Customs of the Jewish Wedding. New York: Schocken, 1987 (1967).

Trepp, Leo: Der jüdische Gottesdienst – Gestalt und Entwicklung. Stuttgart, Berlin, Köln: Kohlhammer, 2004.

Weiss, Abner: Death and Bereavement – A Halakhic Guide. New York: Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, 1991.

Yiddish Linguistics

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Bin-Nun, Jechiel: Jiddisch und die deutschen Mundarten. Unter besonderer Berücksichtigung des ostgalizischen Jiddisch. Tübingen: Niemeyer, 1973.

Bunin Benor, Sarah. “Do American Jews Speak a ‘Jewish Language’? A Model of Jewish Linguistic Distinctiveness”. In: The Jewish Quarterly Review, Vol. 99/No. 2, Spring 2009, 230-269.

Fishman, Joshua A: (ed.): Readings in the Sociology of Jewish Languages. Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1985.

Fishman, Joshua A.: Yiddish in America: Socio-Linguistic Description and Analysis. Bloomington, The Hague: Indiana University; Mouton & Co., 1965.

Fishman, Joshua A: “The Sociology of Jewish Languages from a General Sociolinguistic Point of View”. In: Fishman, Joshua A. (ed.): Readings in the Sociology of Jewish Languages. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1985, 3-21.

Joffe, Judah A.: “The Development of Yiddish in the United States”. In: Landman, Isaac (ed.): Universal Jewish Encyclopedia. New York: Universal Jewish Encyclopedia Co., Vol. 10, 1948, 598-602.

Katz, Dovid: “Zur Dialektologie des Jiddischen”. In: Bensch, Werner, u. a. (ed.): Dialektologie. Ein Handbuch zur deutschen und allgemeinen Dialektforschung. Berlin, New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2, 1983, 1018-1041.

Klamnovitsh, Z. “der shuresh fun daytshermish”. In: yidish far ale, I, 1938, 209-216.

Prilutski, Noyakh. “Di yidishe bineshprakh”. In: Yidish teater, 2, 1927, 129-144.

Prilutski, Noyakh: “metodologishe bamerkungen tzum problem daytshmerish”. In: yidish far ale, I, 1938, 201-209.

Rosten, Leo: The Joys of Yiddish. New York [u.a.]: McGraw-Hill, 1968.

Rosten, Leo: Jiddisch – Eine kleine Enzyklopädie. München: Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag, 2002.

Steinmetz, Sol: Yiddish and English – A Century of Yiddish in America. Alabama: The University of Alabama Press, 1986.

Weinreich, Max: History of the Yiddish Language. trans. Noble, Shlomo und Joshua A. Fishman. Chicago, London: University of Chicago Press, 1980 (1973).

Weinreich, Max: “daytshmerish toyg nit”. In: yidish far ale, I, 1938, 97-106.

Weinreich, Max: “yidish”. In: Abramovitsh, R., u. a. (ed.): algemeyne entziklopedie. Paris: Dubnow-Fond, yidn (Bd. 2), 1940, 23-90.

Weinreich, Max: “Yidishkayt and Yiddish: On the Impact of Religion on Language in Ashkenazic Jewry”. In: Fishman, Joshua A. (ed.): Readings in the Sociology of Language. The Hague, Paris, New York: Mouton Publishers, 1977, 382-413.