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Talking Back
Images of Jewish Women in American Popular Culture
Joyce Antler, ed.

Brandeis University Press



Contents

Acknowledgments
• Introduction
• BETWEEN TWO WORLDS: CHANGING IMAGES OF IMMIGRANT WOMEN
• Translating Immigrant Women: Surfacing the Manifold Self — Janet Burstein
• Projected Images: Jewish Women in Early American and Yiddish Film — Sharon Pucker Rivo
• ASSIMILATING IMAGES: REPRESENTATIONS OF THE “LOST GENERATION”
• The “Me” of Me: Voices of American Jewish Girls in Adolescent Diaries — Joan Jacobs Brumberg
• Jewish Women Entertainers as Reformers — June Sochen
• The Jewish-American World of Gertrude Berg: The Goldbergs on Radio and Television, 1930-1950 — Donald Weber
• CHANGING STEREOTYPES: JEWISH WOMEN IN POSTWAR AMERICA
• "Sweet Natalie": Herman Wouk's Message to the Gentiles — Susanne Klingenstein
• Cinderellas Who (Almost) Never Became Princesses: Jewish Women in Postwar Popular Novels — Riv-Ellen Prell
• Faith and Puttermesser: Contrasting Images of Two Jewish Feminists — Bonnie Lyons
• CONTEMPORARY JEWISH FEMINISTS AS IMAGE MAKERS
• Our Mothers and Our Sisters and Our Cousins and Our Aunts: Dialogues and Dynamics in Literature and Film — Sylvia Fishman
• The Way She Really Is: Images of Jews and Women in the Films of Barbra Streisand — Felicia Herman
• Fleshing Out Jewish Women in Contemporary Drama — Sarah B. Cohen
• RECOVERING RELIGIOUS ROLD MODELS: NEW IMAGES OF WOMEN IN STORIES AND SONG
• Eschewing Esther/Embracing Esther: The Changing Representation of Biblical Heroines — Gail Reimer
• Feminism and Judaism in Women's Hagaddot — Maida Solomon
• The Missing Piece: Jewish Women on Television, Too Jewish or Not Enough? — Joyce Antler
• Notes
• Notes on Contributors
• Index

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