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Sephardi and Middle Eastern Jewries: History and Culture in the Modern Era (History & Culture in the Modern Era) epub

by Harvey E. Goldberg


Sephardi and Middle Eastern Jewries: History and Culture in the Modern Era (History & Culture in the Modern Era) epub

ISBN: 0253210410

ISBN13: 978-0253210418

Author: Harvey E. Goldberg

Category: History

Subcategory: World

Language: English

Publisher: Indiana University Press; Paperback edition (March 22, 1996)

Pages: 368 pages

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Harvey E. Goldberg, ed. Sephardi and Middle Eastern Jewries: History and . Modernization Among the Sephardi and Middle Eastern Jewries. The history of the community should be defined "by the interplay and accommodation of external and internal social forces" (p. 114). Sephardi and Middle Eastern Jewries: History and Culture in the Modern Era. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1996. This volume is an outgrowth of a conference on "Sephardi and Middle Eastern Jewry in Modern Times" which took place January 1991 in Herzliya Pituah, Israel.

Published in association with the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, New York. Outgrowth of a conference "Sephardi and Middle Eastern Jewry in Modern Times" which took place in Herzliya Pituah, Israel, 13-16 January 1991. Includes bibliographical references and index.

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history and culture in the modern era. Published 1996 by Indiana University Press in Bloomington Outgrowth of a conference "Sephardi and Middle Eastern Jewry in Modern Times" which took place in Herzliya Pituah, Israel, 13-16 January 1991. Published 1996 by Indiana University Press in Bloomington. Judaism, Jews, Sephardic rite, Congresses, Sephardim, History.

It touches on such themes as the impact of modernization upon Sephardi communities in North Africa, the Balkans, and other areas of the Ottoman Empire.

Providing an unparalleled overview of Sephardi and Middle Eastern Jewish communities in world history, this authoritative, stimulating work, superbly edited and clearly written, also suggests new approaches to assessing their cultural practices and relation to the wider societies of which they formed, and in many cases continue to form, a part." ―Dale F. Eickelman, Dartmouth College

Historians, anthropologists, and linguists from Israel, the United Kingdom, France, and the United States provide a comprehensive picture of Sephardi and Middle Eastern Jewries in modern times. The volume touches on such themes as the impact of modernization upon Sephardi communities in North Africa, the Balkans, and other areas of the Ottoman Empire; responses to cultural change in Sephardi communities of Iraq and North Africa; issues relating to contemporary Jewish languages and literatures; and conceptions of ethnicity and gender in Sephardi communities.

Contributors include Joelle Bahloul, Jacob Barnai, Esther Benbassa, Yoram Bilu, David M. Bunis, Joseph Chetrit, Harvey E. Goldberg, Isaac Guershon, André Levy, Laurence D. Loeb, Susan Gilson Miller, Amnon Netzer, Aron Rodrigue, Esther Schely-Newman, Daniel J. Schroeter, Norman A. Stillman, Yosef Tobi, Yaron Tsur, Zvi Yehuda, and Zvi Zohar.