1 edition of Black Harlem and the Jewish Lower East Side found in the catalog.
Black Harlem and the Jewish Lower East Side
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||SUNY series in multiethnic literature|
|LC Classifications||PS153.M56 R67 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012005002|
linking "black" and "Jew." And both found, in Harlem's Black Jews, the unexpected embodiment of what had traditionally been a meta-phoric linkage. However, because the metaphor of the "black Jew" had served different functions in the two groups' systems of religious and political belief, its incarnation in Black Jewish congregations played. The Lower East Side of Manhattan, roughly defined by East Houston Street on the north, the East River on the east and south, and by the Manhattan Bridge and the Bowery on the west, is known in story and song as a teeming, bustling magnet for immigrants in the 19th and 20th Centuries.
The Lower East Side Jewish Conservancy (LESJC,) is a non-profit organization in existence since , whose primary goal is to preserve the synagogues of the LES, the most famous immigrant neighborhood in America. As a result of our efforts, many have been designated historic landmarks and listed on the NY State and National Register.5/5(). Originally published in , The Synagogues of New York’s Lower East Side became the authoritative study of the subject. Now completely revised and updated with new text, photographs, and maps, along with an invaluable glossary, Wolfe’s book is an essential and accessible source for those who want to understand the varied and rich history. The Making of an Icon: Black Harlem and the Jewish Lower East Side; - Events. A History of Judaism Through Comix; A Night of American-American Jewish Culture; An Interview with Ron Leshem, Conducted by Tikva Meroz-Aharoni; Becoming Frum: How Newcomers Learn the Language and Culture of Orthodox Judaism; Hearing Jesus' Parables as.
The Synagogues of New York’s Lower East Side. Jo Reneé Fine and Gerard R. Wolfe, The Synagogues of New York’s Lower East Side (New York: Washington Mews Books, ), vii The Synagogues of New York’s Lower East Side provides a large collection of black and white photographs of Jewish life in the Lower East Side. The photographs of Fine are supplemented with an . Jewish Lower East Side The Angels Who Betrayed God [Book of Enoch] (Angels & Demons Explained) - Duration: The Legends of History . Walk the Lower East Side as we explore Jewish immigration & history! Stroll through more than years of Jewish history on the East Side. Our tour combines historic and religious sites, politics and people of what was once the largest Jewish community in the world.
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