The Chinese Jews of Kaifeng : a millennium of adaptation and endurance

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Full title: The Chinese Jews of Kaifeng : a millennium of adaptation and endurance / edited by Anson H. Laytner and Jordan Paper.
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Other authors: Laytner, Anson, (Editor)
Paper, Jordan D., (Editor)
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction / Jordan Paper and Anson H. Laytner
  • Part I. Past
  • Radhanites, Chinese Jews, and the Silk Road of the steppes / Nigel Thomas
  • Eight centuries in the Chinese diaspora : the Jews of Kaifeng / Erik Zürcher
  • Kaifeng Jews : sinification and the persistence of identity and history / Irene Eber
  • The Confucianization of the Chinese Jews : interpretations of the Kaifeng stelae inscriptions / Andrew H. Plaks
  • The Old Testament and Biblical figures in Chinese sources / Donald Daniel Leslie
  • The issue of the Jewishness of Chinese Jewish magistrates / Jordan Paper
  • Zhao Yingcheng from fact to fiction : the story of "The Great Advisor" / Moshe Yehuda Bernstein
  • Part II. Present
  • A history of early Jewish interactions with the Kaifeng Jews / Alex Bender
  • Delving into the Israelite religion of Kaifeng : the patriotic scholar Shi Jingxun and his study of the origins of the plucking the Sinews Sect of Henan / Xianyi Kong
  • Identity discourse and the Chinese Jewish descendants / Mathew A. Eckstein
  • Messianic Zionism, settler colonialism, and the lost Jews of Kaifeng / Mohammed Turki al-Sudairi
  • Between survival and revival : the impact of contemporary Western Jewish contact on Kaifeng Jewish identity / Anson H. Laytner
  • Chronology.