Studies in cultural history (e.g. by George L. Mosse and Sander L. Gilman) have shown that German-Jewish masculine identities in 19th and 20th century Germany were to be located somewhere in between centrality (Jewish fraternities, youth movement, army experience, i.e. aspects of hegemonic masculinity) and particularity (outsider position, stigma of effeminacy). The German Jews who migrated to Palestine in the 1930s (Yekkes) had been socialized under the influence of gender norms prevalent in Germany. How were their representations of gender and masculinity affected by the migration process and the subsequent acculturation in Palestine/Israel? This paper is based on the â€¹Oral Historyâ€º interviews with Yekkes that were conducted in the 1990s by a German-Israeli research team.
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Farges, Patrick: MÃ¤nnlichkeitskonstruktionen von Jeckes in Israel. <http://www.germanistik.ch/publikation.php? id=Maennlichkeitskonstruktionen_von_Jeckes_in
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Farges, Patrick: MÃ¤nnlichkeitskonstruktionen von Jeckes in Israel. In: Michael Stolz, Laurent Cassagnau, Daniel Meyer und Nathalie Schnitzer (Hg.): Germanistik in der Schweiz (GiS) Zeitschrift der Schweizerischen Akademischen Gesellschaft fÃ¼r Germanistik. Heft 10/2013. Bern: germanistik.ch 2013, S.21-29