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Embarrassing relations: myths and realities of the Ashkenazi influx, 1650-1750 and beyond

BERKOWITZ, M; (2001) Embarrassing relations: myths and realities of the Ashkenazi influx, 1650-1750 and beyond. In: Vigne, R and Littleton, C, (eds.) From strangers to citizens: The integration of immigrant communities in Britain, Ireland and Colonial America, 1550-1750. (247 - 253). Sussex Academic Press: Brighton, UK and Portland, Oregon, US.

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Abstract

There is much in this volume that is arresting and new even to those well versed in the main narrative of the sixteenth and seventeenth century religious ...

Type:Book chapter
Title:Embarrassing relations: myths and realities of the Ashkenazi influx, 1650-1750 and beyond
Keywords:Social Science
UCL classification:UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > Faculty of Arts and Humanities > Hebrew and Jewish Studies

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