Bukharan Jews and the dynamics of global Judaism [electronic resource] / Alanna E. Cooper
- Indiana series in Sephardi and Mizrahi studies
- First encounter: Bukharan Jewish immigrants in an Ashkenazi school in New York -- Writing Bukharan Jewish history: memory, authority, and peoplehood -- An emissary from the Holy Land in Central Asia -- Revisiting the story of the emissary from the Holy Land -- Russian colonialism and Central Asian Jewish routes -- A matter of meat: local and global religious leaders in conversation -- Building a neighborhood and constructing Bukharan Jewish identity -- Local Jewish forms -- International Jewish organizations encounter local Jewish community life -- Varieties of Bukharan Jewishness -- Negotiating authenticity and identity: Bukharan Jews encounter each other and the self -- Jewish history as a conversation.
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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