By Abraham Melamed
The evolving photograph of the Black within the heritage of Jewish tradition is being traced the following within the conceptual framework of modern post-modern theories of the 'other'. The research specializes in the mechanisms through which an ethno-religious minority team thought of by way of the dominant majority to be the inferior 'other' identifies its personal inferior different. whereas until eventually lately such a lot scholarly consciousness has been dedicated to the attitudes in the direction of the Jews as 'other', this is often the 1st entire dialogue of the attitudes of the Jews to their very own 'others'.
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