Ehrenreich (German for rich in honour) is a surname that was adopted by diverse families in Germany when surnames were legally required. Most people with this name are of Jewish heritage, but there are also people of this name with Catholic heritage. It is the surname of:

  • Alden Caleb Ehrenreich (born 1989, Los Angeles), American actor, the actor in the movie Tetro
  • Barbara Ehrenreich, née Alexander (born 1941), American female writer and columnist, author of the books Nickel and Dimed and Bait and Switch: The (Futile) Pursuit of the American Dream
  • Ben Ehrenreich, American freelance journalist and novelist
  • Hannelore Ehrenreich (de) (born 1955), German female physician and veterinary
  • Martin Ehrenreich (born 1983), Austrian football defender
  • Moses Levi Ehrenreich (1818 - 1899), Polish-Italian rabbi
  • Paul Ehrenreich (de) (1855 - 1914), German anthropologist, ethnologist and American Studier
  • Ron Ehrenreich, American credit union officer and teacher
  • Teddy Ehrenreich (de) (born 1936), Austrian jazz musician
  • Hillel Ehrenreich, Granted a Macarther Genius grant at the age of fourteen, Hillel is said to be one of the most accomplished child prodigies of recent times. He is the author of the judiac book "Baruch Shekivanti"
  • Johann Gebhard Ehrenreich Maass (1766 - 1823), a German psychologist
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Other articles related to "ehrenreich":

Barbara Ehrenreich - Awards
... In 1980, Ehrenreich shared the National Magazine Award for excellence in reporting with colleagues at Mother Jones magazine for the cover story The ... to Cancerland A mammogram leads to a cult of pink kitsch", which describes Ehrenreich's own experience of being diagnosed with breast cancer, and describes what she calls the "breast cancer cult", which "serves ... Ehrenreich has received a Ford Foundation award for humanistic perspectives on contemporary society (1982), a Guggenheim Fellowship (1987–88) and a grant for research and writing from the John D ...
Deirdre English - Works
... Ehrenreich, Barbara English, Deirdre (1971) ... Ehrenreich, Barbara English, Deirdre (1973) ... Ehrenreich, Barbara English, Deirdre (1978) ...
Ben Ehrenreich - Career
... Ehrenreich began working as a journalist in the alternative press in the late 1990s, publishing extensively in LA Weekly and the Village Voice ... Frederic Tuten called The Suitors “truly a ravishing book.” Ehrenreich’s short fiction has appeared in McSweeney's, BOMB, Black Clock and many other publications ... Ehrenreich also teaches in the graduate writing program at Otis College of Art and Design ...
Barbara Ehrenreich
... Barbara Ehrenreich ( /ˈɛrɨnraɪk/ born August 26, 1941) is an American feminist, democratic socialist, and political activist who describes herself as "a myth buster by trade", and has been called "a veteran ... Ehrenreich is perhaps best known for her 2001 book Nickel and Dimed On (Not) Getting By in America ... A memoir of Ehrenreich's three month experiment surviving on minimum wage as a waitress, hotel maid, house cleaner, nursing-home aide, and Wal-Mart clerk, it was described by ...
Scratch Beginnings - Background
... is not politically motivated, he did intend it to be a rebuttal to Barbara Ehrenreich's books Nickel and Dimed and Bait and Switch on a socio-economic level ... He writes, "Ehrenreich attempted to establish that working stiffs are doomed to live in the same disgraceful conditions forever.. ... any payoff whatsoever or if they are, as Ehrenreich suggests, futile pursuits." ...

Famous quotes containing the word ehrenreich:

    Personally, I can’t see why it would be any less romantic to find a husband in a nice four-color catalogue than in the average downtown bar at happy hour.
    —Barbara Ehrenreich (b. 1941)

    Let’s face it, we became ingrown, clannish, and retarded. Cut off from the mainstream of humanity, we came to believe that pink is “flesh-color”, that mayonnaise is a nutrient, and that Barry Manilow is a musician.
    —Barbara Ehrenreich (b. 1941)

    A child is not a salmon mousse. A child is a temporarily disabled and stunted version of a larger person, whom you will someday know. Your job is to help them overcome the disabilities associated with their size and inexperience so that they get on with being that larger person.
    —Barbara Ehrenreich (b. 1941)