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Exemplary bodies [electronic resource] : constructing the Jew in Russian culture, since the 1880s / by Henrietta Mondry.

By: Mondry, Henrietta.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Borderlines (Boston, Mass.): Publisher: Brighton, Mass. : Academic Studies Press, c2010Description: 1 online resource (301 p.) ill.ISBN: 9781618110268 (electronic bk.); 1618110268 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Jews in popular culture -- Russia (Federation) | Human body in popular culture -- Russia (Federation) | Body image -- Social aspects -- Russia (Federation) | Russian literature -- History and criticism | Russia (Federation) -- Intellectual life | Russia (Federation) -- Ethnic relations | SOCIAL SCIENCE / Anthropology / Cultural | SOCIAL SCIENCE / Discrimination & Race Relations | SOCIAL SCIENCE / Ethnic Studies / General | SOCIAL SCIENCE / Minority StudiesGenre/Form: Electronic books.DDC classification: 305.892/4047 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Russian anthropological and biological sciences and Jewish race -- Stereotypes of pathology: the medicalization of the Jewish body by Anton Chekhov, 1880s -- Carnal Jews of the fin-de-si�ecle: Vasily Rozanov, the Jewish body, and incest -- Ilya Ehrenburg and his picaresque Jewish bodies of the 1920s -- Criminal bodies and love of the yellow metal: the Jewish male and Stalinist culture, 1930s-1950s -- Sadists' bodies of the anti-Zionist campaign era: 1960s-1970s -- Glasnost and the uncensored sexed body of the Jew -- The repatriated body: a Russian Jewish woman writer in Israel or the corporeal fantasy of Dina Rubina, 1990s-2000s -- The Jewish patient: Alexander Goldstein and the postmodern Russian Jewish body in Israel, 2000s -- The real Jewish bodies of oligarchs: important Jewish personalities and post-Soviet corporophobia -- The post-Soviet assault on the Jew's body: the new racial science in the 2000s.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 277-292) and indexes.

Russian anthropological and biological sciences and Jewish race -- Stereotypes of pathology: the medicalization of the Jewish body by Anton Chekhov, 1880s -- Carnal Jews of the fin-de-si�ecle: Vasily Rozanov, the Jewish body, and incest -- Ilya Ehrenburg and his picaresque Jewish bodies of the 1920s -- Criminal bodies and love of the yellow metal: the Jewish male and Stalinist culture, 1930s-1950s -- Sadists' bodies of the anti-Zionist campaign era: 1960s-1970s -- Glasnost and the uncensored sexed body of the Jew -- The repatriated body: a Russian Jewish woman writer in Israel or the corporeal fantasy of Dina Rubina, 1990s-2000s -- The Jewish patient: Alexander Goldstein and the postmodern Russian Jewish body in Israel, 2000s -- The real Jewish bodies of oligarchs: important Jewish personalities and post-Soviet corporophobia -- The post-Soviet assault on the Jew's body: the new racial science in the 2000s.

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