Aus unseren Neuerwerbungen – Sprachen und Kulturen Asiens, Afrikas und Ozeaniens 2023.2

East Asian Sign Lin­guis­tics
BuchcoverThis book is one of the first ref­er­ences of lin­guis­tic research of sign lan­guages in East Asia (includ­ing Chi­na, Korea, Japan, Tai­wan, and Hong Kong). The book includes the basic descrip­tions of aspects of Chi­nese (Shang­hai, Tian­jin) sign lan­guage, Hong Kong Sign Lan­guage, Japan­ese Sign Lan­guage, Kore­an Sign Lan­guage, Tai­wanese Sign Lan­guage, and Tibetan Sign Lan­guage.
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Women writ­ing Jew­ish moder­ni­ty, 1919–1939
BuchcoverIn Women Writ­ing Jew­ish Moder­ni­ty, 1919–1939, Alli­son Schachter rewrites Jew­ish lit­er­ary moder­ni­ty from the point of view of women. Focus­ing on works by inter­war Hebrew and Yid­dish writ­ers, Schachter illu­mi­nates how women writ­ers embraced the trans­gres­sive poten­tial of prose fic­tion to chal­lenge the patri­ar­chal norms of Jew­ish tex­tu­al author­i­ty and recon­cep­tu­al­ize Jew­ish cul­tur­al belong­ing.
Born in the for­mer Russ­ian and Aus­tro-Hun­gar­i­an Empires and writ­ing from their homes in New York, Poland, and Manda­to­ry Pales­tine, the authors cen­tral to this book—Fradl Shtok, Dvo­ra Baron, Eli­she­va Bikhovsky, Leah Gold­berg, and Deb­o­ra Vogel—seized on the free­doms of social rev­o­lu­tion to reimag­ine Jew­ish cul­ture beyond the tra­di­tion­al­ly male world of Jew­ish let­ters. The soci­eties they lived in deval­ued women’s labor and denied them sup­port for their work. In response, their writ­ing chal­lenged the social hier­ar­chies that exclud­ed them as women and as Jews. As she reads these women, Schachter upends the idea that lit­er­ary moder­ni­ty was a con­ver­sa­tion among men about women, with a few women writ­ers lis­ten­ing in. Women writ­ers rev­o­lu­tion­ized the very terms of Jew­ish fic­tion at a piv­otal moment in Jew­ish his­to­ry, tran­scend­ing the bound­aries of Jew­ish minor­i­ty iden­ti­ties. Schachter tells their sto­ry and in so doing calls for a new way of think­ing about Jew­ish cul­tur­al moder­ni­ty.
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