Chapter Two, "Nationalism, Populism, and the Demise of the Liberal Nation, 1961-1966," focuses on the consequences of the antisemitism, labor unrest and political instability that led many Jewish activists to question notions of Jewish ethnicity
and the articulation of nation.
amp;nbsp;Since the two actresses both possess the same Jewish ethnicity
, Gadot's ethnicity - in some cases - isn't the problem.
Although it does not explain what those characteristics are, it invokes a "Jewish sensibility" by quoting Woody Allen, the number one pop-cultural icon of Jewish ethnicity
, in Annie Hall (1977).
Drawing from their understanding of Jesus, Carter builds a portrait of the Christian savior whose Jewish ethnicity
cannot be ignored.
Since its founding, Israel has openly tied its immigration policy to Jewish ethnicity
5) While a number of English Jews did convert to Christianity, some, like Isaac Nathan, resisted apostasy, seeking a middle ground, a compromise between Jewish ethnicity
and British nationality.
They examine how cultural anxieties about wet-nursing, reproductive queens, royal succession, and Jewish ethnicity
shaped constructions of maternity, implicitly defining paternity in absentia.
The Parents of Baywoods: Intersections between Whiteness and Jewish Ethnicity
" by Cynthia Levine-Rasky is an important examination of the interplay between Whiteness and Jewish ethnicity
in a Canadian community and also complicates simplistic White/Other dichotomies.
It takes mostly Jewish ethnicity
as its model, which proves to be problematic since the differences between being Chicano/a and Jewish have not been sufficiently taken into account.
Lustiger always remained proud of his Jewish ethnicity
, while experiencing no conflict between that and his espousal of Christianity.
, 19th century utopian experiments, and Amish-type societies within society are examples.
Its treatment of Winkler's ambiguous Jewish ethnicity
and his drug use may leave fans of, respectively, Zadie Smith and Welsh unsatisfied.