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Jewish Dimensions in Modern Visual Culture
Antisemitism, Assimilation, Affirmation
Rose-Carol Washton Long, ed.; Matthew Baigell, ed.; Milly Heyd, ed.

Brandeis University Press



Contents

• List of Illustrations
• Acknowledgments
• Introduction
• CRITICAL RESPONSES TO MODERNISM AND JUDAISM
• The Jew as Anti-Artist:
Georges Sorel, Antisemitism, and the Aesthetics of Class Consciousness – Mark Antliff
• German Antisemitism and the Historiography of Modern Art:
The Case of Julius Meier-Graefe, 1894–1905 – Janne Gallen-Kallela-Siren
• The Ecole Française versus the Ecole de Paris:
The Debate about the Status of Jewish Artists in Paris between the Wars – Romy Golan
• Dada’s Dark Secret – Albert Boime
• “Ihr müsst sein, auch wenn ihr nicht mehr seid”:
The Jewish Central Museum in Prague and Historical Memory in the Third Reich – Dirk Rupnow
• CODED REPRESENTATIONS
• Identity and Interpretation:
Reception of Toulouse-Lautrec’s Reine de joie Poster in the 1890s – Ruth Iskin
• George Grosz, Otto Dix, and the Philistines:
The German-Jewish Question in the Weimar Republic – Rose-Carol Washton Long
• Tristan Tzara / Shmuel Rosenstock:
The Hidden/Overt Jewish Agenda – Milly Heyd
• Models of Freedom:
The Young Yiddish Group from Lodz, 1919–1921 – Marek Bartelik
• Soviet Artists, Jewish Images – Matthew Baigell
• AFFIRMATION
• Between Response and Responsiveness:
On Michael Sgan-Cohen’s Hinneni – David Heyd
• Postwar Jewish Architecture and the Memory of the Holocaust – Gavriel D. Rosenfeld
• Readymade Redux:
Once More the Jewish Museum – Lisa Saltzman
• Contributors
• Index

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