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|Statement||Daniel Walden, editor ; [contributors: David J. Zucker .. et al.].|
|Series||Studies in American Jewish literature (Albany, N.Y.) -- v. 11, no. 1|
|Contributions||Walden, Daniel, 1922-., Zucker, David J., 1942-.|
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This interdisciplinary collection draws on work in law, anthropology, history, sociology, literature, and popular culture to consider contemporary and historical responses to the question: "Who and what is Jewish?".
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