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Jewish Folklore and Ethnology Review, Special Issue Vol. 17, No.1- 2, 1995 Pilgrimage.

Haskell, Guy H., editor. Epstein, Israel, issue editor.

Published by Jewish Folklore and Ethnology Section of the American Folklore Society, Oberlin, Ohio, 1995
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Small quarto, paper covers, 76 pp., b/w photos Articles are "Contemporary Jewish Pilgrimage as a Means of Creating Jewish Culture," Epstein, "Touring the Land: Trips and Hiking as Secular Pilgrimages in Israeli Culture," Tamar Katriel, "Selected Bibliographies of Books Dealing with Hasidic Pilgrimages to Eastern Europe," Zlaman Alpert, "The Cult of Zaddikim Among Non-Jews in Poland," Alana Cala, "Ethnic Aspects of Israelis' Pilgrimage and Tourism to Morocco," Andre Levy, "Inventing a Pilgrimage: Ritual, Love, and Politics on the Road to Amuka," Epstein, "'It is my Brothers Whom I am Seeking:' Israeli Youths' Pilgrimages to Poland of the Shoah," Jackie Feldman, "The Rabbi with the Long White Beard: A Personal Encounter," Keren Friedman, "Pilgrimage of a Non-Believer," Miriam Greenberg, "The Klezmer Club as Pilgrimage," Marion S. Jacobson, "City of Jews, City of Gays: Amsterdam as an Impromtu Pilgrimage Site at the Tenth International Conference of Gay and Lesbian Jews," Shandler, "Notes on Filming Hasidic Pilgrimage to Poland," Yaron Shmer, "Lunch at Majdanek" The March of the Living as a Contemporary Pilgrimage of Memory," Oren Baruch Stier. Bookseller Inventory # 48637

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Title: Jewish Folklore and Ethnology Review, ...

Publisher: Jewish Folklore and Ethnology Section of the American Folklore Society, Oberlin, Ohio

Publication Date: 1995

Binding: Softbound

Book Condition:Very Good

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