Contemporary Comics by Jewish Women
Studies in Comics 6:2 December 2015
Edited  by Heike Bauer, Andrea Greenbaum and Sarah Lightman
This collection was inspired by the one day symposium “Graphic Details: Communities of Experience?” that accompanied the touring show “Graphic Details: Confessional Comics by Jewish Women” when it opened in London UK in September 2014.


Contemporary comics by Jewish women
Authors:  Heike Bauer And  Andrea Greenbaum And  Sarah Lightman 
Graphic Details: Confessional Comics by Jewish Women. Communities of Experience? London Symposium Logo
Authors:  Corinne Pearlman  
Bleeding through, drawing out: The circumscribing of Jewish women’s bodies in Leela Corman’s Unterzakhn
Authors:  Rebecca Scherr 
Contested spaces in graphic narrative: Exploring homeland through Miriam Libicki’s Jobnik!: An American Girl’s Adventures in the Israeli Army
Authors:  Laini Kavaloski 
Intertextuality, authenticity and Gonzo Selves in Anya Ulinich’s Lena Finkle’s Magic Barrel
Authors:  David Brauner 
A bundle of confessions in Jewish women’s comics: Reconstructing Eastern European Jewish American life in Liana Finck’s A Bintel Brief
Authors:  Dana Mihăilescu 
Facing the Arab ‘Other’?: Jerusalem in Jewish women’s comics
Authors:  Nina Fischer 
‘That Medieval Eastern-European Shtetl Family of Yours’: Negotiating Jewishness in Aline Kominsky Crumb’s Need More Love (2007)
Authors:  Mihaela Precup 
Tangles: An interview with Sarah Leavitt
Authors:  Heike Bauer 
‘Mixing It Up’: An interview with Ariel Schrag
Authors:  Andrea Greenbaum 
Authors:  Rachael House 
‘Graphic Details’
Authors:  Keara Stewart 
In Awe
Authors:  Sam Cowan 
#Just Braying
Authors:  Corinne Pearlman 
Extracts from The Book of Sarah
Authors:  Sarah Lightman