Dixie Diaspora: An Anthology of Southern Jewish History
edited by Mark K. Bauman
contributions by Stephen Whitfield, Joshua Rothman, Eliza McGraw, Howard N. Rabinowitz, Ira Sheskin, Deborah R. Weiner, Hollace Ava Weiner, Lee Shai Weissbach, Clive Webb, Scott M. Langston, Elliott Ashkenazi, Mark K. Bauman, Canter Brown, Mark Greenberg, Joe Wilferth, John Langston and Gary Phillip Zola
introduction by Mark K. Bauman
University of Alabama Press, 2006
Cloth: 978-0-8173-1504-7 | Paper: 978-0-8173-5291-2
Library of Congress Classification F220.J5D59 2006
Dewey Decimal Classification 975.004974

Regional Jewish history at its best.
This book is an anthology of essays designed to introduce readers to key issues in this growing field of scholarship and to encourage further study. Divided into five sections--“Jews and Judaism,” “Small Town Life,” “Business and Governance,” “Interaction,” and “Identity”--the essays cover a broad geographical and chronological span and address a variety of topics, including economics, politics, roles of women, ethnicity, and race. This organizational structure enhances the volume’s historical treatment of regional Jewish history and lends itself to cross-disciplinary study in fields such as cultural studies, religious studies, and political science.


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