Between Two Worlds: Ethnographic Essays on American Jewry.
by Kugelmass, Jack, edited by.
Cornell University Press
Ithaca, New York
Octavo, paper covers, x, 327 pp., index
Articles are "Between Two Worlds: Notes on the Celebration of Purim among New York Jews, March 1985," Jack Kugelmass, "Waiting for a Jew: Marginal redmption at the Eighth Street Shul," Joanthan Boyarin, "Becoming More of an Eskimo: Fieldwork among the Hasidim of Boro Park," Janet Belcove-Shalin, "The Secular Seder: Continuity and Change among Left-Wing Jews," Anita Schwartz, "Rituals as Keys to Soviet Immigrants' Jewish Identity," Fran Markowitz, "Rechnitzer Rejects: A Humor of Modern Orthodoxy," Elliott Oring, "Flamig Prayers: Hillula in a New Home," Ruth Fredman Cernea, "Laughter that Hurts: Ritual Humor and Ritual Change in an American Jewish Community," Riv-Ellen Prell, "A Goy in the Ghetto: Gentile-Jewish Communication in Fieldwork Research," William E. Mitchell, "'Salim's Going to Be Muslim Someday': The Negotiated Identities of an American Jewish Ethnographer," Shalom Staub, "Surviving Stories: Reflections on 'Number Our Days,'" Barabra Myerhoff, "The Making of a Miracle," Jack Kugelmass.
Language: English Language
Condition: Very Good
Book Id: 16377