The New Ethnic Studies in Latin America (BRILL 2017)

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Raanan Rein/ Stefan Rinke/ Nadia Zysman (Ed.) – 2017

The New Ethnic Studies in Latin America aims at going beyond and against much of Jewish Latin American historiography, situating Jewish-Latin Americans in the larger multi-ethnic context of their countries. Senior and junior scholars from various countries joined together to challenge commonly held assumptions, accepted ideas, and stable categories about ethnicity in Latin America in general and Jewish experiences on this continent in particular. This volume brings to the discussions on Jewish life in Latin America less heard voices of women, non-affiliated Jews, and intellectuals. Community institutions are not at center stage, conflicts and tensions are brought to the fore, and a multitude of voices pushes aside images of homogeneity. Authors in this tome look at Jews’ multiple homelands: their country of birth, their country of residence, and their imagined homeland of Zion.

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The New Ethnic Studies in Latin America (BRILL 2017)
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Raanan Rein/ Stefan Rinke/ Nadia Zysman (Ed.)
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2017
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