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Adj.1.Anglo-Jewish - of English-speaking Jews and their cultureAnglo-Jewish - of English-speaking Jews and their culture; "Anglo-Jewish papers"
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Because he knew the ideals that he was attempting to promote--an acculturated Anglo-Jewish Orthodoxy--and the emotions he was trying to foster--such as loyalty and respect for the person and office of the chief rabbi--do not just appear in various settings.
She covers the Strauss Collection and the Anglo-Jewish exhibition; the Jewish museums of Austria-Hungary: Vienna, Prague, and Budapest; and the Bezalel National Museum in Jerusalem, which she characterizes as unique in being the first to declare it would engage in art as part of the Zionist narrative and national revival.
Organized to mark the college's 500th anniversary, the show features what has been called "the most important collection of Anglo-Jewish manuscripts in the world.
For Stacey, Matthew's writing is indicative of the ever-greater threats and persecutions faced by the Anglo-Jewish community during the decades between 1240 and 1260.
This article explores the exclusive features of an educational undertaking in the Anglo-Jewish community, the JMIS, which is rarely discussed in the study of the history of Anglo-Jewish adult education.
The encounters between different groups of young people 'mixing' at the JLB & C are significant in terms of the 'ripples' they created within the Anglo-Jewish community, as well as in young people's everyday lives.
BERNARD KOPS, the doyen of Anglo-Jewish letters, has responded to a global resurgence of violent anti-Semitism by issuing a new collection of verse called Anne Frank's Fragments from Nowhere.
Zangwill entered history as the author of the first Anglo-Jewish bestseller.
COVENTRY WARWICKSHIRE 2015 association with Born in Romford 61 years ago to an Anglo-Jewish teenage mother and Nigerian father, she was was adopted by a white middle-aged couple and moved to Coventry in 1971 to study biochemistry.
If Pinter and Stoppard show little interest in addressing questions of Anglo-Jewish identity directly, the same can hardly be said of Arnold Wesker or Jack Rosenthal, two resolutely Jewish writers who are much better-known in Britain than Kops.
This passage from the Jewish Standard dramatizes the pressure of external Jewish stereotypes on the self-conception of the nineteenth-century Anglo-Jewish community.
Several of the essays were originally delivered at a three-day conference held in York in 2010, the central theme of which was the massacre, its significance within the wider Anglo-Jewish world of the late twelfth century, and its legacy in later medieval England and Europe.