Jewishness


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Jew·ish

 (jo͞o′ĭsh)
adj.
Of or relating to the Jews or their culture or religion.

Jew′ish·ly adv.
Jew′ish·ness n.
Translations

Jewishness

[ˈdʒuːɪʃnɪs] Ncarácter m judaico

Jewishness

[ˈdʒuːɪʃnəs] njudéité f
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All of this is to contextualize my focus on Barr as the central figure behind the show's creative energy, alongside a suggestion that multiple figures involved in the show likely had some investment in the show's depictions of Jewishness, or part Jewishness.
The Politics of Jewishness in Contemporary World Literature: The Holocaust, Zionism and Colonialism
Indeed, even assumptions about the self-evidential authenticity of Ashkenazi Jews in the United States (over and against skepticism of non-European declarations of Jewish identity) are further examples of how difficult it can be to talk about Jewishness in the context of debates about race, religion, and belonging more generally.
Rabbinical court judges have confirmed the Jewishness of a Russian immigrant woman according to her facial features.
This essay argues that it is Schwartz's Jewishness that marked him a celebrity of his literary generation, and that his poetry had little, if anything, to do with it.
He discusses such aspects as the search for new modes of Jewishness in postwar America, religious culture as an antidote to liberal Judaism and secular Jewishness, from East European radicalism to postwar American progressivism, presenting a rich Jewish culture: The Eternal Light and Life Is with People, and re-inventing Jewishness out of memory.
Situating the diversity of these Weimar passing narratives within rich historical detail, Wallach shows how such representations of variable Jewish visibility reflect complex and often contradictory understandings of Jewishness and reveal competing historical impulses both to make Jewishness visible and to conceal it.
Both books discuss Zionism, Jewish ethnicity, activism, the Argentine nation and Jewishness.
Yay for depictions of Jews as a) not all white and Ashkenazi, and b) enmeshed in and part of a multicultural world in which Jewishness is only one of a character's multiple identities.
To this question the musical not only provides one of various competing answers that were discussed among postwar American Jews; set in the fictitious Russian shtetl Anatevka, Fiddler also spoke to a phenomenon that is common to the otherwise very different answers: American Jews turned to their Eastern European past, as they looked for the meaning of their Jewishness in their American present.
Focusing particularly on work that has been broadcast on the popular radio shows/podcasts This American Life (1995-) and WireTap with Jonathan Goldstein (2004-15), this essay surveys the representational strategies through which these performers invoke Jewishness and Canadianness over hundreds of hours of scripted and improvised audio performances.
Jewishness is not something he is oft accused of, but Lebanon's As-Safir ran an article by Sami Kleib Tuesday entitled "Putin's Jewishness, does it benefit the Arabs and Syria?