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Hybrid Hate - Jews, Blacks, and the Question of Race (Hardcover): Tudor Parfitt Hybrid Hate - Jews, Blacks, and the Question of Race (Hardcover)
Tudor Parfitt
R630 Discovery Miles 6 300 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Hybrid Hate is the first book to study the conflation of anti-Semitism and anti-Black racism. As objects of racism, Jews and Blacks have been linked together for centuries as peoples apart from the general run of humanity. In this book, Tudor Parfitt investigates the development of anti-Semitism, anti-Black racism, and race theory in the West from the Renaissance to the Second World War. Parfitt explains how Jews were often perceived as Black in medieval Europe, and the conflation of Jews and Blacks continued throughout the period of the Enlightenment. With the discovery of a community of Black Jews in Loango in West Africa in 1777, and later of Black Jews in India, the Middle East, and other parts of Africa, the notion of multiracial Jews was born. Over the following centuries, the figure of the hybrid Black Jew was drawn into the maelstrom of evolving theories about race hierarchies and taxonomies. Parfitt analyses how Jews and Blacks were increasingly conflated in a racist discourse from the mid-nineteenth century to the period of the Third Reich, as the two fundamental prejudices of the West were combined. Hybrid Hate offers a new interpretation of the rise of anti-Semitism and anti-Black racism in Europe, and casts light on contemporary racist discourses in the United States and Europe.

Jewish Education and Learning - Published in Honour of Dr. David Patterson on the Occasion of His Seventieth Birthday... Jewish Education and Learning - Published in Honour of Dr. David Patterson on the Occasion of His Seventieth Birthday (Paperback)
Glenda Abramson, Tudor Parfitt
R810 Discovery Miles 8 100 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

First published in 1994. This volume, dedicated to Dr David Patterson, founding President of the Oxford Centre for Postgraduate Hebrew Studies, takes as its theme Jewish education and learning throughout the ages. But it is the 'Academy' - interpreted here to mean an institution of Judaic scholarship - which dominates this collection of essays. For almost three thousand years centres of Jewish learning have flourished in many parts of the world. This volume discusses these institutions from biblical times to the present. From the time of the Mishnaic Academy at Yavneh, established in the first century CE, the academies were more than schools of higher religious education. They incorporated rational analysis of the scriptures, the natural sciences and other secular studies. Some of the most celebrated academies, such as those in Cairo and Tunisia, and later in the Iberian Peninsula were of a very high intellectual order, sometimes superior to the great Christian universities. It was at these institutions that the great Jewish legal and literary works were written and completed. This collection of essays has been written by outstanding scholars who have been associated with David Patterson and the Oxford Centre. The essays explore the nature and function of the 'Jewish Academies' in the broadest sense, the leading personalities associated with them and their social, cultural and moral effect on the Jewish communities of their day.

Black Jews in Africa and the Americas (Hardcover): Tudor Parfitt Black Jews in Africa and the Americas (Hardcover)
Tudor Parfitt
R942 Discovery Miles 9 420 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Black Jews in Africa and the Americas tells the fascinating story of how the Ashanti, Tutsi, Igbo, Zulu, Beta Israel, Maasai, and many other African peoples came to think of themselves as descendants of the ancient tribes of Israel. Pursuing medieval and modern European race narratives over a millennium in which not only were Jews cast as black but black Africans were cast as Jews, Tudor Parfitt reveals a complex history of the interaction between religious and racial labels and their political uses. For centuries, colonialists, travelers, and missionaries, in an attempt to explain and understand the strange people they encountered on the colonial frontier, labeled an astonishing array of African tribes, languages, and cultures as Hebrew, Jewish, or Israelite. Africans themselves came to adopt these identities as their own, invoking their shared histories of oppression, imagined blood-lines, and common traditional practices as proof of a racial relationship to Jews. Beginning in the post-slavery era, contacts between black Jews in America and their counterparts in Africa created powerful and ever-growing networks of black Jews who struggled against racism and colonialism. A community whose claims are denied by many, black Jews have developed a strong sense of who they are as a unique people. In Parfitt's telling, forces of prejudice and the desire for new racial, redemptive identities converge, illuminating Jewish and black history alike in novel and unexplored ways.

The Beta Israel in Ethiopia and Israel - Studies on the Ethiopian Jews (Paperback): Tudor Parfitt, Emanuela Trevisan Semi The Beta Israel in Ethiopia and Israel - Studies on the Ethiopian Jews (Paperback)
Tudor Parfitt, Emanuela Trevisan Semi
R1,217 Discovery Miles 12 170 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

For decade the Falashas - the Black Jews of Ethiopia - have fascinated scholars. Are they really Jews and in what sense? How can their origins be explained? Since the Falashas' transfer to Israel in the much publicised Israeli air lifts the fascination has continued and and new factors are now being discussed. Written by the leading scholars in the field the essays in this collection examine the history, music, art, anthropology and current situations of the Ethopian Jews. Issues examined include their integration into Middle Eastern society, contacts between the Falasha and the State of Israel how the Falasha became Jews in the first place.

Judaising Movements - Studies in the Margins of Judaism in Modern Times (Paperback): Tudor Parfitt, Emanuela Semi Judaising Movements - Studies in the Margins of Judaism in Modern Times (Paperback)
Tudor Parfitt, Emanuela Semi
R1,178 Discovery Miles 11 780 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The history of Judaising movements has been largely ignored by historians of religion. This volume analyzes the interplay between colonialism, a Judaism not traditionally viewed as proselytising but which at certain points was struggling to heed the Prophets and become a light unto the Gentiles' and the attraction for many different peoples of the rooted historicity of Judaism and by the symbolic appropriation of Jewish suffering. This book will look at the role of colonialism in the development of Judaising movements throughout the world, including New Zealand, Japan, India, Burma and Africa. Particular attention will be paid to the Lemba tribe of Southern Africa. A remarkable parallel movement in 1930s Southern Italy will also be dealt with. The history of the converts of San Nicandro is seen in the context of currents of Jewish universalism, messianism and Zionism. Gender issues are also discussed here as the converted women assumed powers they had not hitherto enjoyed.

African Zion - Studies in Black Judaism (Hardcover, Unabridged edition): Edith Bruder African Zion - Studies in Black Judaism (Hardcover, Unabridged edition)
Edith Bruder; Read by Tudor Parfitt
R1,724 Discovery Miles 17 240 Out of stock

Over the last hundred years, in Africa and the United States, through a variety of religious encounters, some black African societies adopted - or perhaps rediscovered - a Judaic religious identity. African Zion grows out of a joined interest in these diversified encounters with Judaism, their common substrata and divergences, their exogenous or endogenous characteristics, the entry or re-entry of these people into the contemporary world as Jews and the necessity of reshaping the standard accounts of their collective experience.In various loci the bonds with Judaism of black Jews were often forged in the harshest circumstances and grew out of experiences of slavery, exile, colonial subjugation, political ethnic conflicts and apartheid. For the African peoples who identify as Jews and with other Jews, identification with biblical Israel assumes symbolical significance.This book presents the way in which the religious identification of African American Jews and African black Jews - "real", ideal or imaginary - has been represented, conceptualized and reconfigured over the last century or so. These essays grow out of a concern to understand Black encounters with Judaism, Jews and putative Hebrew/Israelite origins and are intended to illuminate their developments in the medley of race, ethnicity, and religion of the African and African American religious experience. They reflect the geographical and historic mosaic of black Judaism, permeated as it is with different "meanings", both contemporary and historical.

Israel and Ishmael - Studies in Muslim-Jewish Relations (Hardcover): Tudor Parfitt, Yehuda Nini Israel and Ishmael - Studies in Muslim-Jewish Relations (Hardcover)
Tudor Parfitt, Yehuda Nini
R3,180 Discovery Miles 31 800 Out of stock

The study of the relationship between Jews and Muslims has its roots in German nineteenth century oriental scholarships. Some of the chief contributors to the discourse were Jews who wished to highlight the tolerance of the Muslim states towards Jews as a way of reproaching contemporary German society for inequalities which Jews suffered. With the growth of Zionism and an associated historiography Zionist historians tended to accentuate the sufferings of Jews in Islamic countries. In recent times the focus of scholarship has been on shared features rather than on denunciation and this volume written by leading scholars from the Arab world, Israel and Europe and the United States follows in this tradition. Whereas historical literacy links via the work of the great mediaeval Jewish thinker Saadia Gao or the literary work of the so-called Golden Age in Spain are not ignored, the main focus of this work is the modern period. The situation of the Jews and their relationship with their Arab neighbours in Lebanon, the Yemen, Tunisia, Morocco and Israel/Palestine are covered in this volume.

The Great Transition - The Recovery of the Lost Centers of Modern Hebrew Literature (Hardcover): Glenda Abramson, Tudor Parfitt The Great Transition - The Recovery of the Lost Centers of Modern Hebrew Literature (Hardcover)
Glenda Abramson, Tudor Parfitt
R1,181 Discovery Miles 11 810 Out of stock

Although there are a number of views concerning its origins, modern Hebrew literature could be defined as being just two hundred years old. A convenient starting point might be the publication of the first letter of N. M. Wessely's divre shalom veemet in 1782, or the first issue of the periodical amneasef, which appeared a year later. During the following two centuries, considerable literature in Hebrew arose in many different places. The emphasis in this volume, composed of papers by distinguished scholars, is on the transition from the great centers of Hebrew creativity in eastern Europe-which fell into decline and disappeared in the terrible events between the years 1881 and 1945-to the new center in Palestine.

The Beta Israel in Ethiopia and Israel - Studies on the Ethiopian Jews (Hardcover): Tudor Parfitt, Emanuela Trevisan Semi The Beta Israel in Ethiopia and Israel - Studies on the Ethiopian Jews (Hardcover)
Tudor Parfitt, Emanuela Trevisan Semi
R3,470 Discovery Miles 34 700 Ships in 7 - 11 working days


Series Information:
SOAS Centre of Near and Middle Eastern Studies

Jewish Education and Learning - Published in Honour of Dr. David Patterson on the Occasion of His Seventieth Birthday... Jewish Education and Learning - Published in Honour of Dr. David Patterson on the Occasion of His Seventieth Birthday (Hardcover)
Glenda Abramson, Tudor Parfitt
R2,980 Discovery Miles 29 800 Out of stock

First published in 1994. This volume, dedicated to Dr David Patterson, founding President of the Oxford Centre for Postgraduate Hebrew Studies, takes as its theme Jewish education and learning throughout the ages. But it is the 'Academy' - interpreted here to mean an institution of Judaic scholarship - which dominates this collection of essays. For almost three thousand years centres of Jewish learning have flourished in many parts of the world. This volume discusses these institutions from biblical times to the present. From the time of the Mishnaic Academy at Yavneh, established in the first century CE, the academies were more than schools of higher religious education. They incorporated rational analysis of the scriptures, the natural sciences and other secular studies. Some of the most celebrated academies, such as those in Cairo and Tunisia, and later in the Iberian Peninsula were of a very high intellectual order, sometimes superior to the great Christian universities. It was at these institutions that the great Jewish legal and literary works were written and completed. This collection of essays has been written by outstanding scholars who have been associated with David Patterson and the Oxford Centre. The essays explore the nature and function of the 'Jewish Academies' in the broadest sense, the leading personalities associated with them and their social, cultural and moral effect on the Jewish communities of their day.

Jews, Muslims and Mass Media - Mediating the 'Other' (Hardcover, New): Yulia Egorova, Tudor Parfitt Jews, Muslims and Mass Media - Mediating the 'Other' (Hardcover, New)
Yulia Egorova, Tudor Parfitt
R3,466 Discovery Miles 34 660 Ships in 7 - 11 working days


Contents:
Introduction
Part One: Jews and Muslims: Portraying Communities
1. Christian 'Intruders', Muslim 'Bigots': The Egyptian-Syrian Press Controversy in the Late Nineteenth-Century Cairo 1. Ami Ayalon
2. Zionism, Jews and Muslims in the Ottoman Empire as Reflected in the Weekly Hamevasser Aryeh Shmuelevitz
3. Mediating the 'Other' through Advertisements Arus Yumul
4. From Judeophobia to Islamophobia in the Italian Media, with a Special Focus on the Northern League Party Media Emanuela Trevisan-Semi
5. Minorities and Press in Post-Revolution Iran Ali Granmayer
6. Imag(in)ing Europe: The Theme of Emigration in North African Cinema Roy Armes
7. Representing the Muslim: The 'Courtesan Film' in Indian Popular Cinema Rachel Dwyer
8. Jewish Themes in the Press of Independent India Yulia Egorova
Part Two: Mass Media and the Conflict in the Middle East
9. In the Eyes of the Beholder: Israel, Jews and Zionism in the Iraqi Media Ofra Bengio
10. The Image of Jews and the State of Israel in Eastern Bloc Media Angelika Timm
11. The Portrayal of Palestinian Arabs in the Moscow Yiddish Monthly Sovetish Heymland Gennady Estraikh
12. Arab.Ru: The Virtual Other in the Israeli-Russian Web Mikhail and Anna Krutikov
13. Reading The Guardian: Jews, Israel-Palestine and the Origins of Irritation Colin Shindler
14. Facing and defacing the 'Other'. Israel Television's Live Representation of Arabs in Ceremonies and Disaster Marathons Tamar Liebes
15. Are They Still the Enemy? The Representation of Arabs in Israeli TV News Anat First
16. Approaches to Peacemaking in the Israeli Press Michael Keren
17. Argument, War and the Role of the Media in the Conflict Management Marcelo Dascal

Genetics, Mass Media and Identity - A Case Study of the Genetic Research on the Lemba (Paperback): Tudor Parfitt, Yulia Egorova Genetics, Mass Media and Identity - A Case Study of the Genetic Research on the Lemba (Paperback)
Tudor Parfitt, Yulia Egorova
R982 Discovery Miles 9 820 Out of stock

This is the first book to explore the effect of genetic research on the Lemba Judaising community of Southern Africa and the phenomenon of Israelite identity.

The science of genetics as relayed by the media is perceived by laymen as being irreproachably objective 'hard science': its disinterested 'scientific' findings appear immensely impressive and may therefore act as a powerful catalyst for change. In this case, an oral tradition cherished by many of the Lemba that they are of Jewish origin appears to be supported by recent DNA testing, which has deeply affected the narrative and religious identity of the group and the way the tribe is perceived in the Western world.

International in appeal, this topical text brings together cutting-edge research on the social, cultural and ethical implications of genetics and the study of Judaising movements across the world. This book will be of interest to researchers and students of Jewish history, genetic anthropology, race and ethnicity studies, and religious and cultural studies.

The Jews of Ethiopia - The Birth of an Elite (Hardcover): Tudor Parfitt, Emanuela Trevisan Semi The Jews of Ethiopia - The Birth of an Elite (Hardcover)
Tudor Parfitt, Emanuela Trevisan Semi
R2,475 R2,159 Discovery Miles 21 590 Save R316 (13%) Out of stock

This book offers the results of the most recent research carried out in European and Israeli universities on Ethiopian Jews. With a special focus on Europe and the role played by German, English and Italian Jewish communities in creating a new Jewish Ethiopian identity, the book investigates such issues as the formation of a new Ethiopian Jewish elite and the transformation of the identity from Ethiopian Falashas to the Jews of Ethiopia during the twentieth century.

Judaising Movements - Studies in the Margins of Judaism in Modern Times (Hardcover): Tudor Parfitt, Emanuela Semi Judaising Movements - Studies in the Margins of Judaism in Modern Times (Hardcover)
Tudor Parfitt, Emanuela Semi
R2,870 R2,498 Discovery Miles 24 980 Save R372 (13%) Out of stock


The history of Judaising movements has been largely ignored by historians of religion. This volume analyses the interplay between colonialism, a Judaism not traditionally viewed as proselytising' but which at certain points was struggling to heed the Prophets and become a light unto the Gentiles' and the attraction for many different peoples of the rooted historicity of Judaism and by the symbolic appropriation of Jewish suffering.
This book will look at the role of colonialism in the development of Judaising movements throughout the world, including New Zealand, Japan, India, Burma and Africa. Particular attention will be paid to the Lemba tribe of Southern Africa. A remarkable parallel movement in 1930s Southern Italy will also be dealt with. The history of the converts of San Nicandro is seen in the context of currents of Jewish universalism, messianism and Zionism. Gender issues are also discussed here as the converted women assumed powers they had not hitherto enjoyed.

The Lost Ark of the Covenant - The Remarkable Quest for the Legendary Ark (Hardcover): Tudor Parfitt The Lost Ark of the Covenant - The Remarkable Quest for the Legendary Ark (Hardcover)
Tudor Parfitt 2
R450 R360 Discovery Miles 3 600 Save R90 (20%) Out of stock

Professor Tudor Parfitt, a real-life British Indiana Jones, has made the biggest discovery of the last 3,000 years -- the secret location of the fabled Ark of the Covenant. In 2006, he made an incredible journey to its final resting place and in February 2008 he will reveal this to the world. This is the amazing story of his quest. This is the real-life account of Professor Tudor Parfitt's remarkable discovery -- of the lost Ark of the Covenant that disappeared from the Temple of Jerusalem centuries ago. The holiest object in the world, the Ark of the Old Testament contains the tablets of law sacred to Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Scholar, orientalist and adventurer, Parfitt embarked on an incredible journey to discover where the Ark is hidden, and when he reveals his discovery history books will be rewritten forever. Parfitt's quest took him on an incredible detective trail across the Middle East and Africa. His search led him to ancient documents and codes in Oxford and Jerusalem, and even to discoveries in modern genetic science, for clues to take him closer to the Ark. But some people didn't want the Ark to be found. In the wilder reaches of the Yemen he narrowly escaped being kidnapped by Islamist fugitives. In Africa he was shot at, ambushed and arrested. Amongst crossing paths with a motley crowd of mystics, holy men, charlatans and politicians, he encountered a strange tribe in the mysterious lands of the Limpopo River who claimed that they knew the Ark's final resting place. When Parfitt finally set eyes on the Ark, it wasn't at all where he expected. His revelation of its whereabouts will cause an international story with an effect on Judaism, Islam and Christianity that may be the most controversial in history.

Becoming Jewish - New Jews and Emerging Jewish Communities in a Globalized World (Hardcover, Unabridged edition): Tudor Parfitt Becoming Jewish - New Jews and Emerging Jewish Communities in a Globalized World (Hardcover, Unabridged edition)
Tudor Parfitt
R2,428 Discovery Miles 24 280 Out of stock

One of the most striking contemporary religious phenomena is the world-wide fascination with Judaism. Traditionally, few non-Jews converted to the Jewish faith, but today millions of people throughout the world are converting to Judaism and are identifying as Jews or Israelites. In this volume, leading scholars of issues related to conversion, Judaising movements and Judaism as a New Religious Movement discuss and explain this global movement towards identification with the Jewish people, from Germany and Poland to China and Nigeria.

Great Tranquility - Questions and Answers (Paperback, Trans. from the): Yehuda Amichai Great Tranquility - Questions and Answers (Paperback, Trans. from the)
Yehuda Amichai; Translated by Glenda Abramson, Tudor Parfitt
R251 R207 Discovery Miles 2 070 Save R44 (18%) Out of stock

Poetry. "Yehuda Amichai begins to look more and more like a truly major poet - in the strict sense of the term. That is, there's a depth, breadth and weighty momentum in these subtle and intricate poems of his, even in the slightest, that sounds more and more like the undersong of a people. Who else is dipping his bucket into such a full river of experience and paid-for feelings?"--Ted Hughes.

The Jews of Ethiopia - The Birth of an Elite (Paperback): Tudor Parfitt, Emanuela Trevisan Semi The Jews of Ethiopia - The Birth of an Elite (Paperback)
Tudor Parfitt, Emanuela Trevisan Semi
R710 R645 Discovery Miles 6 450 Save R65 (9%) Out of stock

This book offers the results of the most recent research carried out in European and Israeli universities on Ethiopian Jews. With a special focus on Europe and the role played by German, English and Italian Jewish communities in creating a new Jewish Ethiopian identity, it investigates such issues as the formation of a new Ethiopian Jewish elite and the transformation of the identity from Ethiopian Falashas to the Jews of Ethiopia during the twentieth century.

Genetics, Mass Media and Identity - A Case Study of the Genetic Research on the Lemba (Hardcover): Tudor Parfitt, Yulia Egorova Genetics, Mass Media and Identity - A Case Study of the Genetic Research on the Lemba (Hardcover)
Tudor Parfitt, Yulia Egorova
R2,595 R2,262 Discovery Miles 22 620 Save R333 (13%) Out of stock

This is the first book to explore the effect of genetic research on the Lemba Judaising community of Southern Africa and the phenomenon of Israelite identity. The science of genetics as relayed by the media is perceived by laymen as being irreproachably objective 'hard science': its disinterested 'scientific' findings appear immensely impressive and may therefore act as a powerful catalyst for change. In this case, an oral tradition cherished by many of the Lemba that they are of Jewish origin appears to be supported by recent DNA testing, which has deeply affected the narrative and religious identity of the group and the way the tribe is perceived in the Western world. International in appeal, this topical text brings together cutting-edge research on the social, cultural and ethical implications of genetics and the study of Judaising movements across the world. This book will be of interest to researchers and students of Jewish history, genetic anthropology, race and ethnicity studies, and religious and cultural studies.

The Lost Ark of the Covenant - The Remarkable Quest for the Legendary Ark (Paperback): Tudor Parfitt The Lost Ark of the Covenant - The Remarkable Quest for the Legendary Ark (Paperback)
Tudor Parfitt 1
R260 R208 Discovery Miles 2 080 Save R52 (20%) Out of stock

Professor Tudor Parfitt, a real-life British Indiana Jones, has made the biggest discovery of the last 3,000 years - what became of the fabled Ark of the Covenant. This is the amazing story of his quest. This is the real-life account of Professor Tudor Parfitt's remarkable discovery - of the lost Ark of the Covenant that disappeared from the Temple of Jerusalem centuries ago. The holiest object in the world, the Ark of the Old Testament contains the tablets of law sacred to Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Scholar, orientalist and adventurer, Parfitt embarked on an incredible journey to discover where the Ark is hidden, and, when he reveals his discovery, history books will be rewritten forever. Parfitt's quest took him on an incredible detective trail across the Middle East and Africa, following the unknown journey that the guardians of the lost Ark took with their precious cargo centuries ago. His search led him through ancient documents and codes, and even the complexities of modern genetic science, for the clues to take him closer to the fabled Ark. But some people didn't want the Ark to be found. In the wilder reaches of the Yemen he narrowly escaped being kidnapped by Islamist fugitives. In Africa he was shot at, ambushed and arrested. Amongst crossing paths with a motley crowd of mystics, holy men, charlatans and politicians, he encountered a strange tribe in the mysterious lands of the Limpopo River who claimed that they knew the Ark's final resting place. When Parfitt finally set eyes on the Ark, it wasn't at all where he expected. This is the incredible story of his quest.

Journey To The Vanished City - The Search For A Lost Tribe Of Israel (Paperback, 1st Vintage Departures ed): Tudor Parfitt Journey To The Vanished City - The Search For A Lost Tribe Of Israel (Paperback, 1st Vintage Departures ed)
Tudor Parfitt
R373 Discovery Miles 3 730 Out of stock

In a mixture of travel, adventure, and scholarship, historian Tudor Parfitt sets out in search of answers to a fascinating ethnological puzzle: is the Lemba tribe of Southern Africa really one of the lost tribes of Israel, descended from King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba?

Beginning in the Lemba villages in South Africa, where he witnesses customs such as food taboos and circumcision rites that seem part of Jewish tradition, Parfitt retraces the supposed path of the Lembas' through Zimbabwe, Malawi, and Tanzania, taking in sights like Zanzibar and the remains of the stone city Great Zimbabwe.  The story of his eccentric travels, a blend of the ancient allure of King Solomon's mines and Prester John with contemporary Africa in all its beauty and brutality, makes for an irresistible glimpse at a various and rapidly changing continent.

And in a new epilogue, Parfitt discusses recent DNA evidence that, amazingly, lends credence to the Lemba's tribal myth.

Operation Moses (Book): Parfitt, Tudor Parfitt Operation Moses (Book)
Parfitt, Tudor Parfitt
R345 Discovery Miles 3 450 Out of stock
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