Edited by Nathan Abrams (Bangor University) firstname.lastname@example.org
- Introduction: Nathan Abrams, ‘Jews in British cinema.’ Page: 111.
- Andrew Spicer, ‘A British empire of their own? Jewish entrepreneurs in the British film industry.’ Page: 117.
- Gil Toffell, ‘”And Israel watcheth over each”: The Jewish reception of Jew Suss (1934) in Inter-war Britain.’ Page: 131.
- Phyllis Lassner and Alexis Pogorelskin, ‘Exiled to Hollywood: British cinema, the plight of Europe’s Jews and the case of The Mortal Storm.’ Page: 143.
- Margaret D. Stetz, ‘The hate that dared not speak its name: Svengali, anti-Semitism and post-war British heritage cinema.’ Page 155.
- Michele Byers, ‘Jewish girls in British cinema.’ Page 169.