Abstract

Recent works by Jonathan Freedman, Julian Levinson, and Anita Norich sketch a blueprint of the liminal field of American Jewish Literary Studies. These three authors provide different answers to the oft-asked question of what specifically is "Jewish" about Jewish American literature. Nonetheless, each author provides a meditation on the politics and power of Jewish difference in America and points to the future(s) of their field.

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Additional Information

ISSN
1086-3311
Print ISSN
0272-9601
Pages
pp. 474-484
Launched on MUSE
2010-06-17
Open Access
No
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