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Contemporary Jewish American Identities and Communities
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Friedman, Kathie. 2010. “Contemporary Jewish American Identities and Communities”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


Course Description and Objectives:
For much of the middle decades of the twentieth century, the organized Jewish community in the United States had turned its attention toward helping needy Jews abroad. Now that other Jewish communities in distress have been rescued or rebuilt, American Jews are starting to look inward again. An ongoing but submerged...

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Racial and Ethnic Relations
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College 300

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