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Know of a book addressing the diversity of the Jewish community? Please with the information at info jewishmultiracialnetwork. Blends historical, theoretical and personal perspectives to explore possibilities and meanings when Black and Jewish merge.
Black, White and Jewish by Rebecca Walker A memoir written by the daughter of an African American mother and an Ashkenazi Jewish father who was born during the civil rights era of the s. Chicken Soup with Chopsticks by Jack Botwinik Depicts the theological challenges a Jew is confronted with in dating a Chinese woman, and how this experience le them both to become Torah-observant. Half a Heart by Rosellen Brown A novel about a white Jewish woman who loses custody of her biracial baby. A reunion occurs when the daughter reaches adulthood.
Is That Your Child? This book makes a unique contribution to the growing body of literature by and about biracial Americans.
Although in the past twenty years biracial Americans like Rebecca Walker, June Cross, and James McBride have written of their person experiences and scholars like Kathleen Korgen, Maria Root, and Ruth Frankenberg have explored aspects of the biracial experience, none has focused on the experiences of a heterogeneous set of black and white mothers of different generations and socioeconomic circumstances as Kilson and Ladd do.
Jews in Old China: Studies by Chinese Scholars by Sidney Shapiro Editor, Translator, Compiler Shapiro and his colleagues detail their analysis to reveal that Jews were not only present in Kaifeng, known as Bianjing in the Song Dynasty, but that they lived in large s in other Chinese cities as well. It is altogether engrossing. Pollack has sniffed out every available clue on the Chinese Jews: his research is solid and well documented.
Both in terms of relating the history of the Chinese Jews and tracing their impact on the Western mind, there is no better work available. Oreo by Fran Ross This uproariously funny satire about relations between African Americans and Jews is as fresh and outrageous today as when it was first published in Born to a Jewish Black jew dating and black mother who divorce before she is two, Oreo grows up in Philadelphia with her maternal grandparents while her mother tours with a theatrical troupe.
The ambitious and playful narrative challenges accepted notions of race, ethnicity, culture, and even the novelistic form itself. Segal This study of eighteen adults of African-American and Jewish-American heritage explores how biracial subjects of two minority parents negotiates mixed race heritage and identity in a society that maintains a hostile attitude toward interracial unions. From hope to heartache, anger and determination, the will to believe when all else fails, bureaucratic red tape, an interesting cast of international characters, and the agony of the wait — come along on this incredible, heartwarming journey to meet Lucinda.
The Jews of China, Volume One: Historical and Comparative Perspectives by Jonathan Goldstein Editor, Introduction An interdisciplinary effort by Chinese, Japanese, Middle Eastern, and Western sinologists and Judaic studies specialists, this book scrutinizes patterns of migration, acculturation, assimilation, and economic activity of successive waves of Jewish arrivals in China from approximately to Helps to understand the commonalities between the oppression of Black jew dating Jews and the oppression of Asian Jews.
Weaving a Family: Untangling Race and Adoption by Barbara Katz Rothman A path-breaking study by a noted sociologist of the immediate and continuing impact of race and adoption in our society. Katz Rothman draws on her own experience as a white mother of an adopted black.
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