Volume 37, Number 2, Summer 2012

Table of Contents

Articles

Guest Editors' Introduction Finding Home: The Future of Jewish American Literary Studies

pp. 5-18
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Do American and Ethnic American Studies Have a Jewish Problem; or, When Is an Ethnic Not an Ethnic, and What Should We Do about It?

pp. 19-40
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Response to Jonathan Freedman

pp. 41-43
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Response to Jonathan Freedman

pp. 45-46
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"Who Put the Shma in Shmattas?": Multilingual Jewish American Writing

pp. 47-58
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Sephardism and Marranism in Native American Fiction of the Quincentenary

pp. 59-81
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Writing Immigrant Aid: The Settlement House and the Problem of Representation

pp. 83-107
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The Holocaust for Beginners: Yankev Glatshteyn's Emil un Karl and Other Wartime Works for Young American Yiddish Readers

pp. 109-130
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Innovation and Orthodox Comic Books: The Case of Mahrwood Press

pp. 131-156
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Russian Jews as American Writers: A New Paradigm for Jewish Multiculturalism?

pp. 157-176
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Pedagogical Approaches

Symposium: Jewishness, Pedagogy, and Multi-Ethnic Literature

p. 177
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Vitalizing the Still New World

pp. 177-179
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Not Just "White Folks": Teaching Jewish American Literature as Multi-Ethnic and Multiracial

pp. 180-182
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Teaching Jewish American Literature as Global Ethnic American Literature

pp. 183-184
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Reading Jewishness as a Marker of Ethno-Racial and Cultural History

pp. 185-186
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Teaching Jewish Literature in the South: A Conversation

pp. 187-200
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Performing Jewishness In and Out of the Classroom

pp. 201-215
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Reviews

American Hebrew Literature: Writing Jewish National Identity in the United States, and: Red, Black, and Jew: New Frontiers in Hebrew Literature, and: Sanctuary in the Wilderness: A Critical Introduction to American Hebrew Poetry (review)

pp. 216-219
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Members of the Tribe: Native America in the Jewish Imagination (review)

pp. 220-223
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The Un-Americans: Jews, the Blacklist, and Stoolpigeon Culture, and: The Passing Game: Queering Jewish American Culture (review)

pp. 224-227
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 228-233
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