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Cultures of the Jews, Volume 3

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Edited by David BialeAuthor Alerts:  Random House will alert you to new works by David Biale

  • Format: Trade Paperback, 480 pages
  • Publisher: Schocken
  • On Sale: January 10, 2006
  • Price: $19.95
  • ISBN: 978-0-8052-1202-0 (0-8052-1202-7)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

List of Contributors
Acknowledgments


Preface: Toward a Cultural History of the Jews
by David Biale

Introduction
by David Biale

ONE:
Urban Visibility and Biblical Visions: Jewish Culture in Western and Central Europe in the Modern Age
by Richard I. Cohen

TWO:
A Journey Between Worlds: East European Jewish Culture from thePartitions of Poland to the Holocaust
by David Biale

THREE:
The Ottoman Diaspora: The Rise and Fall of Ladino Literary Culture
by Aron Rodrigue

FOUR:
Multicultural Visions: The Cultural Tapestry of the Jews of North Africa
by Lucette Valensi

FIVE:
Challenges to Tradition: Jewish Cultures in Yemen, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, and Bukhara
by Yosef Tobi

SIX:
Religious Interplay on an African Stage: Ethiopian Jews in
Christian Ethiopia
by Hagar Salamon

SEVEN:
Locus and Language: Hebrew Culture in Israel, 1890–1990
by Ariel Hirschfeld

EIGHT:
The “Other” Israel: Folk Cultures in the Modern State of Israel
by Eli Yassif

NINE:
Declarations of Independence: American Jewish Culture in the Twentieth Century
by Stephen J. Whitfield

Conclusion
by David Biale

Index