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Edited by Parfitt, Tudor; Volume editor Semi, Emanuela
This book looks at the role of colonialism in the development of Judaising movements throughout the world, including New Zealand, Japan, India, Burma and Africa.
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By Parfitt, Tudor
Hybrid Hate is the first book to study the conflation of anti-Semitism and anti-Black racism. As objects of racism, Jews and Blacks have been linked together for centuries as peoples apart from the general run of humanity. In this book, Tudor Parfitt investigates the development ...of anti-Semitism, anti-Black racism, and race theory in the West from the Renaissance to the Second World War.Read more
Edited by Parfitt, Tudor; Semi, Emanuela Trevisan
For decade the Falashas - the Black Jews of Ethiopia - have fascinated scholars. Are they really Jews and in what sense? How can their origins be explained? Since the Falashas' transfer to Israel in the much publicised Israeli air lifts the fascination has continued and and new f...actors are now being discussed. Written by the leading scholars in the field the essays in this collection examine the history, music, art, anthropology and current situations of the Ethopian Jews. Issues examined include their integration into Middle Eastern society, contacts between the Falasha and the State of Israel how the Falasha became Jews in the first place.Read more
By Parfitt; Parfitt, Tudor
By 1881 when Zionist settlement first started in Palestine, there were already Jewish majorities in a number of cities and the first agricultural 'colony' had been set up. This work argues that the old community, the Yishuv, played a central role in the creation of Jewish policy ...in Palestine.Read more
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