Mapping jewish identities new perspectives on jewish studies edited by laurence j silberstein published by nyu press 378 pages 600 x 900 in paperback isbn 9780814797693 published july 2000 2800 buy hardcover isbn 9780814797686 published july 2000 8900 buy request exam or desk copy access this ebook from one of our digital partners description authors praise is . Mapping jewish identities opens upand reinvigoratesquestions of jewish identity and difference en route to revealing the multiple possibilities of modern jewish identity it also succeeds in charting vital new routes for jewish cultural studies today ann pellegriniauthor of performance anxieties staging psychoanalysis staging race. Ds143m23 2000 c 1 floor map available related names silberstein laurence j jews identity series new perspectives on jewish studies summary contents 1 mapping not tracing opening reflection laurence j silberstein 2 the changing same narratives of contemporary jewish american identity tresa l grauer 3 photographing american jews identifying american jewish . The journal of jewish identities is an interdisciplinary peer reviewed forum for contesting ideas and debates concerning the formations of and transformations in jewish identities in their various aspects layers and manifestations the aim of this journal is to encourage the development of theory and practice in a wider spread of disciplinary approaches to promote. Book description the subject of jewish identity is one of the most vexed and contested issues of modern religious and ethnic group history this interdisciplinary collection draws on work in law anthropology history sociology literature and popular culture to consider contemporary and historical responses to the question who and what is jewish
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