Jewries at the frontier : accommodation, identity, conflict

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Full title: Jewries at the frontier : accommodation, identity, conflict / edited by Sander L. Gilman and Milton Shain.
Other authors: Gilman, Sander L.
Shain, Milton.
Format: Book           


Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: the frontier as a model for Jewish history / Sander L. Gilman
  • Jewries in Galicia and Bukovina, in Lemberg and Czernowitz: two divergent examples of Jewish communities in the far east of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy / Albert Lichtblau and Michael John
  • At the frontier: the South African Jewish experience / John Simon
  • Living within the frontier: early colonial Australia, Jews, and Aborigines / Paul R. Bartrop
  • Alaskan Jews discover the last frontier / Bernard Reisman
  • From one frontier to another: Jewish identity and political organizations in Lithuania and South Africa, 1890-1939 / Gideon Shimoni
  • A frontier experience: Israeli Jews encounter diaspora in Cape Town, South Africa / Sally Frankental
  • Bifocality in Jewish identity in the Texas-Jewish experience / Seth L. Wolitz
  • (Re)creating Jewish ethnicities on the Brazilian frontier / Jeffrey Lesser
  • Jews in Chinese culture: representations and realities / Zhou Xun
  • The enemy within: some South African Jewish writers / Marcia Leveson
  • From the brotherhood of man to the world to come: the denial of the political in rabbinic writing under apartheid / Claudia B. Braude
  • Writing oneself at the frontier: Jewishness and otherness in Albert Memmi's La statue de sel / Heidi Grunebaum-Ralph
  • The color of Jews: Jews, race, and the White Australia policy / Jon Stratton
  • Ethnonationalism, anti-semitism, and identity politics: the North American and South African experiences / Milton Shain
  • Neither Maori nor Pakeha: Jewish women's cultural identity / Livia Käthe Wittmann
  • Francophone Jewish intellectuals in present-day Quebec / Régine Robin