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How to cook in Palestine: Kurfürstendamm meets Rehov Ben Jehuda

Schloer, Joachim (2010) How to cook in Palestine: Kurfürstendamm meets Rehov Ben Jehuda In, Reuveni, Gideon and Roemer, Nils (eds.) Longing, Belonging, and the Making of Jewish Consumer Culture. Boston, US, Brill pp. 163-182. (Institute of Jewish Studies: Studies in Judaica, 11).

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Jewish history has been extensively studied from social, political, religious, and intellectual perspectives, but the history of Jewish consumption and leisure has largely been ignored. The hitherto neglect of scholarship on Jewish consumer culture arises from the tendency within Jewish studies to chronicle the production of high culture and entrepreneurship. Yet consumerism played a central role in Jewish life. This volume is the first of its kind to deal with the topic of Jewish consumer culture. It gives new insights on Jewish belongings and longings and provides multiple readings of Jewish consumer culture as a vehicle of integration and identity in modern times.

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Published date: September 2010


Local EPrints ID: 151287
ISBN: 9789004186033
PURE UUID: bf8a372b-4990-49f0-ac36-56a703cd4786

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Date deposited: 11 May 2010 15:35
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 12:56

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Author: Joachim Schloer
Editor: Gideon Reuveni
Editor: Nils Roemer

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