This volume presents papers delivered at the 24th Annual Klutznick-Harris Symposium, held at Creighton University in October 2011. The contributors look at all aspects of the intimate relationship between Jews and clothing, through case studies from ancient, medieval, recent, and contemporary history. Papers explore topics ranging from Jewish leadership in the textile industry, through the art of fashion in nineteenth century Vienna, to the use of clothing as a badge of ethnic identity, in both secular and religious contexts. Dr. Kerry Wallach's chapter examines the uniquely Jewish engagement with fashion and attire in Weimar, Germany.
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Wallach, Kerry. “Weimar Jewish Chic: Jewish Women and Fashion in 1920s Germany.” Fashioning Jews: Clothing, Culture, and Commerce. Ed. Leonard J. Greenspoon. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press, 2013. 113-135.
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