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Jewish Multiple Identity

Sephardim And Ashkenazim, Fundaments And Contingencies, Questions Of Gender, Modernity And Beyond, Bibliography

As a collective that has lived and created its history for the most part not merely in diaspora but among a vast array of "host" peoples, Jewry across the generations has been powerfully marked by the need to negotiate, on the one hand, elements of identity understood to be shared with all Jews at all times and places and, on the other hand, cultural motifs and practices shared with their non-Jewish neighbors.

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