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Ethnography and the African Hebrew Israelites of Jerusalem

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ISBN 9780674049666

Publication Date: 11/04/2013

Text

404 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

8 halftones

World

  • 1. Passover
  • 2. Introductions
  • 3. Artscience
  • 4. Megiddo
  • 5. Chicago
  • 6. Exiles
  • 7. Backstage
  • 8. Analogies
  • 9. Asiel
  • 10. Hustling
  • 11. Ignorance
  • 12. YMCA
  • 13. UnAfrican
  • 14. Empress
  • 15. Camps
  • 16. Liberia
  • 17. Visitations
  • 18. Immortality
  • 19. Jungle
  • 20. Thin
  • 21. Carrel
  • 22. Orientalism
  • 23. Digital
  • 24. Children
  • 25. Eden
  • 26. Disciplining
  • 27. Zimreeyah
  • 28. Sincere
  • 29. Casein
  • 30. Prodigal
  • 31. Esau
  • 32. Soul
  • 33. Laughing
  • 34. Occulted
  • 35. Order
  • 36. Genesis
  • 37. Insincerities
  • 38. Sumerians
  • 39. Munir
  • 40. Brochure
  • 41. Rabbi
  • 42. Hebrews
  • 43. Zombie
  • 44. MLK
  • 45. Seconds
  • Notes
  • Acknowledgments
  • Index

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