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Publications of Sidra Ezrahi    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  bibtex listing:

Books

  1. S. Ezrahi, Booking Passage: On Exile and Homecoming in the Modern Jewish Imagination (2000), Berkeley: University of California Press
  2. S. Ezrahi, By Words Alone: The Holocaust in Literature (1980), University of Chicago Press (Hardcover, 1980; Paperback, 1982. Introduction by Alfred Kazin.)

Edited Volumes

  1. S. Ezrahi, "The Jewish Journey in the Late Fiction of Aharon Appelfeld: Return, Repair or Repetition?", Special Bi-Lingual Edition of Mikan, edited by Dana Ben-Zaken, Risa Domb and Yigal Schwartz, The World of Aharon Appelfeld, vol. 5 (January, 2005), pp. 47-55
  2. S. Ezrahi, "Tzion, halo tishali? Yerushalayim ke-metaphora nashit" [Hebrew], in Festschrift Volume, in honor of Dan Miron, edited by Hannan Hever (forthcoming 2005) (Translation: "Zion, will you not ask? Jerusalem as Feminine Metaphor".)
  3. S. Ezrahi, America as the Theatre of Jewish Comedy: From Sholem Aleichem to Grace Paley, in Studia Judaica, edited by Gyemant Ladislau, vol. XIII (2005), pp. 74-82, Cluj, Romania
  4. S. Ezrahi, Sentient Dogs, Liberated Rams, and Talking Asses: Agnon's Biblical Zoo--Or Rereading Timol shilshom, AJS Review, vol. 28 no. 1 (April, 2004), pp. 105-135
  5. S. Ezrahi, Questions of Authenticity, in Teaching the Representation of the Holocaust, Modern Language Association Series on "Options for Teaching", edited by Marianne Hirsch and Irene Kacandes (2004), pp. 52-67, NY: The Modern Language Association of America
  6. S. Ezrahi, Questions of Authenticity, in Teaching the Representation of the Holocaust, Modern Language Association Series, "Options for Teaching", edited by Marianne Hirsch and Irene Kacandes (2004), pp. 52-67, New York: The Modern Language Association of America
  7. S. Ezrahi, Diaspora: Homeland in Exile (2003), pp. 19, 21, 25, 28, 46, 48, 77, 99, New York: HarperCollins (Eight essays for the two-volume, award-winning photographic chronicle. Photographs and introduction by Frederic Brenner.)
  8. S. Ezrahi, When Exiles Return: Jerusalem as Topos of the Mind and Soil, in Placeless Topographies: Jewish Perspectives on the Literature of Exile, edited by Bernhard Greiner (2003), pp. 39-52, Tubingen: Max Niemeyer Verlag
  9. S. Ezrahi, Racism and Ethics: Constructing Alternative History, in Impossible History: Contemporary Art after the Holocaust, edited by Shelley Hornstein, Laura Levitt, and Laurence J. Silberstein (2003), pp. 118-128, New York and London: New York University Press
  10. S. Ezrahi, See Under: 'Apocalypse', Judaism, vol. 51 no. 1 (Winter, 2002), pp. 61-70 (Special Section on "Holocaust, Storytelling, Memory, Identity: David Grossman in California".)
  11. S. Ezrahi, After Such Knowledge, What Laughter?, Special Issue on the Holocaust and Interpretation, Yale Journal of Criticism, vol. 14 no. 1 (2001), pp. 287-317
  12. S. Ezrahi, Israel and Jewish Writing: The Next Fifty Years, Religion and Literature, vol. 30 no. 3 (Autumn, 1998), pp. 9-21
  13. S. Ezrahi, See Under 'Memory': Reflections on Saul Friedlander's "When Memory Comes", Special Festschrift in Honor of Saul Friedlander's Sixty-Fifth Birthday, History and Memory, vol. 9 no. 1-2 (Fall, 1997), pp. 364-375
  14. S. Ezrahi, Ha-masa ha-yehudi: mi-bukovina li-yirushalayim-u-vehazara, in Bein kfor le-ashan: mehkarim bi-yetzirato shel Aharon Appelfeld [Between Frost and Smoke: Studies in the Fiction of Aharon Appelfeld], edited by Itzhak Ben-Mordecai and Iris Parush (1997), pp. 99-108, Beersheva: Ben Gurion University (Trans.:"The Jewish Journey: From Bukovina to Jerusalem--and Back".)
  15. S. Ezrahi, Representing Auschwitz, History and Memory, vol. 7 no. 2 (Winter, 1996), pp. 121-154
  16. S. Ezrahi, The Grapes of Roth: 'Diasporism' Between Portnoy and Shylock, Studies in Contemporary Jewry (Winter, 1996-1997), pp. 148-158
  17. S. Ezrahi, Leyatzeg et Auschwitz, Teoria u-vikorti ["Theory and Criticism"], vol. 8 (Summer, 1996), pp. 171-179 (Revised Hebrew translation of "Representing Auschwitz", appearing in History and Memory, Vol. 7, No. 2, Winter 1996, pp. 121-154.)
  18. S. Ezrahi, Memory, Coming and Going, Jewish Social Studies, vol. 1 no. 3 (Spring, 1995), pp. 161-173
  19. S. Ezrahi, State and Real Estate: Territoriality and the Modern Jewish Imagination, in Terms of Survival: The Jewish World Since 1945, edited by Robert Wistrich (1995), pp. 428-448, London: Routledge (Studies in Contemporary Jewry.)

Other

  1. S. Ezrahi, Acts of Impersonation: Barbaric Space as Theatre, edited by Norman Kleeblatt (Fall, 2001), pp. 17-38, New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press and The Jewish Museum (Essay for the catalogue of The Jewish Museum (N.Y.) exhibition Mirroring Evil: Nazi Imagery/Recent Art.)
  2. S. Ezrahi, Introduction to Re-Issue of Poems of T. Carmi, "Ein Perahim Shehorim (1994), Tel Aviv: Dvir (Translation: "There Are No Black Flowers".)