Volume 37, Issue 3

Special Issue: Narrative Spaces at the Margins of British Jewish Culture(s)

Introduction to Special Issue, Phil Alexander, Hannah Holtschneider, and Mia Spiro

Performing Jewishness

Narratives of Here and of Elsewhere in Scottish Jewish Music: Meyer Fomin and Isaac Hirshow, Phil Alexander

Wales’s Orthodox Synagogues: Constructing Jewish Communal Places and Spaces, Cai Parry-Jones

Exhibiting Jewish Culture in Postwar Britain: Glasgow’s 1951 Festival of Jewish Arts, Mia Spiro

Between the Street and the Shul: Religion and Identity in the Lives of the Children of Immigrant Jews in the Gorbals District of Glasgow During the Interwar Years, Avram Taylor


Three Poems: “The Museum of Margins,” “Mixed Marriage,” and “Curator,” Ellen Galford

Reflecting Displacement and Belonging

The Art of Lamentation: Joseph Herman’s Humanist Expressionism, Phyllis Lassner

Narrating the Margins and the Center: Kindertransportees’ Stories of National and Religious Belonging, Andrea Hammel

Mixed Middlings: Irish Jewish Intersections, Ruth Gilbert


Marginality and Doubleness in The Book of Sarah, Sarah Lightman

Historicizing Jewish Experiences

Zionism, Aliyah, and the Jews of Glasgow: Belonging and Believing in Postwar Britain, Gavin Schaffer

Refugees at the Margins: Jewish Domestics in Britain 1938-1945, Jennifer Craig-Norton

Narrating the Archive? Family Collections, the Archive, and the Historian, Hannah Holtschneider

Book Reviews

A Specter Haunting Europe: The Myth of Judeo-Bolshevism by Paul Hanebrink, Reviewed by André W.M. Gerrits

A History of German Jewish Bible Translation by Abigail Gillman, Reviewed by Ran HaCohen

The Duplicity of Philosophy’s Shadow: Heidegger, Nazism, and the Jewish Other by Elliot R. Wolfson, Reviewed by Bruce Rosenstock

Impossible Exodus: Iraqi Jews in Israel by Orit Bashkin, Reviewed by Övgü Ülgen