Sephardi and Middle Eastern Jewries: History and Culture in the Modern Era
Indiana University Press, 1996 - 346 sayfa
Providing an overview of Sephardi and Middle Eastern Jewish communities in world history, this work suggests various approaches to assessing their cultural practices. 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.
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Introduction by Harvey E Goldberg
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