Michigan Studies in Comparative Jewish Cultures

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Translation and the Making of Modern Hebrew Poetry
Adriana X. Jacobs

A compelling exploration of the relation between translation and writing in the development of modern Hebrew poetry

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Translation and the Making of Modern Hebrew Poetry
Adriana X. Jacobs
A compelling exploration of the relation between translation and writing in the development of modern Hebrew poetry
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Hardcover 2018 $80.00 Available Add Hardcover for "Strange Cocktail" to Cart
Ebook 2018 Available View Purchasing Options for Ebook, "Strange Cocktail"
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Michigan Studies in Comparative Jewish Cultures will emphasize the dynamic interplay of Jews as historical subjects, Judaism as faith and practice, and Jewishness as a repertoire of cultural practices with other peoples and cultures. It will address a wide range of cultural forms, including art and theater, music and film, in relation to literature and history. It will pay attention to asymmetrical social arrangements often characteristic of Jewish life, global political forces, and hegemonic textual practices. The volumes it publishes will further multiculturalism in Jewish studies even as it provides interconnected frames of reference. New arenas of scholarship, such as translation studies and diaspora studies, hold much promise as part of this series. We expect that the series will encourage consideration of intercultural contact, translation practices, and multiethnic networks emphasizing circulation of ideas, peoples, economies and languages.

Michigan Studies in Comparative Jewish Cultures

Michigan Studies in Comparative Jewish Cultures will emphasize the dynamic interplay of Jews as historical subjects, Judaism as faith and practice, and Jewishness as a repertoire of cultural practices with other peoples and cultures. It will address a wide range of cultural forms, including art and theater, music and film, in relation to literature and history. It will pay attention to asymmetrical social arrangements often characteristic of Jewish life, global political forces, and hegemonic textual practices. The volumes it publishes will further multiculturalism in Jewish studies even as it provides interconnected frames of reference. New arenas of scholarship, such as translation studies and diaspora studies, hold much promise as part of this series. We expect that the series will encourage consideration of intercultural contact, translation practices, and multiethnic networks emphasizing circulation of ideas, peoples, economies and languages.


Jonathan Freedman, University of Michigan

Scott Spector, University of Michigan

Barbara Mann, The Jewish Theological Seminary

Editorial Advisory Board
David Assaf, Tel Aviv University

David Biale, University of California--Davis

Sara Blair, University of Michigan

Jonathan Boyarin, University of North Carolina

Richard Cohen, Hebrew University

Nurith Gertz, Tel Aviv University

Galit Hasan-Rokem, Hebrew University

Samuel Kassow, Trinity College

Scott Lerner, Franklin & Marshall

Anita Norich, University of Michigan

Riv-Ellen Prell, University of Minnesota

Marina Rustow, Johns Hopkins University

Jonathan Schorsh, Columbia University

Sarah Abrevaya Stein, University of California--Los Angeles

Francesca Trivellato, Yale University

James Young, University of Massachusetts--Amherst

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Series Editors

Jonathan Freedman, University of Michigan

Scott Spector, University of Michigan

Barbara Mann, The Jewish Theological Seminary

Editorial Advisory Board
David Assaf, Tel Aviv University

David Biale, University of California--Davis

Sara Blair, University of Michigan

Jonathan Boyarin, University of North Carolina

Richard Cohen, Hebrew University

Nurith Gertz, Tel Aviv University

Galit Hasan-Rokem, Hebrew University

Samuel Kassow, Trinity College

Scott Lerner, Franklin & Marshall

Anita Norich, University of Michigan

Riv-Ellen Prell, University of Minnesota

Marina Rustow, Johns Hopkins University

Jonathan Schorsh, Columbia University

Sarah Abrevaya Stein, University of California--Los Angeles

Francesca Trivellato, Yale University

James Young, University of Massachusetts--Amherst


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