Recent Published Works by Members of the Network
Dr. Nicola Abram
- (2016) ‘Sensory signification in Juniper’s Whitening and Victimese’, in ‘Telling it Slant’: Critical Approaches to Helen Oyeyemi, eds Chloe Buckley and Sarah Ilott (Eastbourne: Sussex Academic Press). [In press.]
- (2014) ‘Staging the Unsayable: Debbie Tucker Green’s Political Theatre’, Journal of Contemporary Drama in English, 2.1, 113-130.
- (2014) ‘Looking Back: Winsome Pinnock’s Politics of Representation’, in Modern and Contemporary Black British Drama, eds Mary Brewer, Lynette Goddard and Deirdre Osborne (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan), pp.95-111.
Prof. Nathan Abrams
- “Hidden in Plain Sight: Jews and Jewishness in British Film, Television and Popular Culture” (edited by Nathan Abrams, series editor Phyllis Lassner.) Northwestern University Press 2016.
Prof. David Brauner
- The Edinburgh Companion to Modern Jewish Fiction (co-editor with Axel Staehler). Edinburgh University Press, 2015. (438pp.) Winner of the 2016 Association of Jewish Libraries' Judaica Reference Award.
- ‘Fetishizing the Holocaust: Comedy and Transatlantic Connections in Howard Jacobson’s Kalooki Nights’. European Judaism 47:2 (2014): 21-29
- ‘Jewish Mothers and Jewish Memory in Contemporary Memoirs’, in British Jewish Women Writers, ed. Nadia Valman. Wayne State University Press, 2015: 192-215.
Prof. Bryan Cheyette
- Recently published blog on the subject of processing a long list.
Prof. Phyllis Lassner
- “Espionage and Exile: Facism and anti-facism in British Spy Fiction and Film” Edinburgh University Press, 2016.
Dr. Peter Lawson
- Senseless Hours: Poems(London: Bayswater Press, 2009), 46 pages
- Anglo-Jewish Poetry from Isaac Rosenberg to Elaine Feinstein (London: Vallentine Mitchell, 2006), 227 pages
- Passionate Renewal: Jewish Poetry in Britain Since 1945 (Nottingham: Five Leaves, 2001), 364 pages
Dr. Silvia Pellicer-Ortin
- 2017. Co-edition with María Jesús Martínez-Alfaro. Memory Frictions in Contemporary Literature. London, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
- 2015. Eva Figes’ Writings: A Journey through Trauma. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. ISBN ISBN 987-1-4438-8062-6. ISBN-10: 1443880620
- 2014. “Separateness and Connectedness”: Generational Trauma and the Ethical Impulse in Anne Karpf’s Limit-case Autobiography The War After: Living with the Holocaust”. In The Ethics of Form in Limit-case Trauma Narratives. Eds. Jean-Michel Ganteau and Susana Onega, pp. 293-320.
Dr. Karen Skinazi
- (2017) Skinazi, Karen E. H. and Lori Harrison-Kahan. “Feminist Collaboration in an Era of Academic Instability.” American Periodicals 27.1 : 16-20.
- (2015) Skinazi, Karen E. H. and Lori Harrison-Kahan. “Miriam Michelson’s Yellow Journalism and the Multi-Ethnic West.” MELUS: Journal of the Society for the Study of Multiethnic Literature of the United States40.2: 182-217.
- (2015) Skinazi, Karen E. H. “Kol Isha: Malka Zipora’s Lekhaim as the Voice of the Hasidic Woman in Quebec.” Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies 33.2: 1-26.
- “Stories of Jewish identity: survivors, exiles and cosmopolitans”, in Dominic Head (ed.), The Cambridge History of the English Short Story (Cambridge: CUP, 2016), pp. 323–340.
- “‘Almost too good to be true’: Israel in British Jewish Fiction, Pre-Lebanon”, in David Brauner and Axel Stähler (eds), The Edinburgh Companion to Modern Jewish Fiction (Edinburgh: EUP, 2015), pp. 237–252.
- “The Writing on the Wall: Israel in British Jewish Fiction, Post-Lebanon”, in David Brauner and Axel Stähler (eds), The Edinburgh Companion to Modern Jewish Fiction (Edinburgh: EUP, 2015), pp. 253–266.