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Hitchcock, Room 304D
2500 California Street
Omaha, NE 68178
"350 Years of American Judaism in Popular Culture"
Sunday, October 24 and Monday, October 25, 2004
Projecting Prejudice: Depicting Anti-Semitism in American Movies
Hollywood, the Holocaust, and World War II
Dan Clanton, Jr.
From Mr. Hankey to The Hebrew Hammer: Hanukkah in Popular Culture
“Oh, Mama, Could This Really Be the End?”
From Sholem Aleichem to Harvey Fierstein:
The Crowning of a “Jewish Jordan”: Tamir Goodman, the American Sports Media, and Modern Orthodox Jewry’s Fantasy World
The Middle East Conflict in American Tabloids
Absolutely Kosher Music: The Story of American Jews in Rock and Roll
Jenna Weissman Joselit
A Passion for Words for the Witty: S. J. Perelman, Jewish-American Satirist
Tchotchkes: Patterns of Acculturation/Enculturation in Popular Culture
Hang Hitler: The Three Stooges Take Potshots at Nazis
“Muggers in Black Coats”: Contemporary Jewish American Tales of Oppression and Liberation in Ultra-Orthodox Communities
G. Andrew Tooze
David of Hollywood: Israelite King or American Superhero?