The Jews of China

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Jonathan Goldstein
M.E. Sharpe, Dec 4, 1998 - History
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An impressive interdisciplinary effort by Chinese, Japanese, Middle Eastern, and Western Sinologists and Judaic Studies specialists, these books scrutinize patterns of migration, acculturation, assimilation, and economic activity of successive waves of Jewish arrivals in China from approximately A.D.1100 to 1949. While Jewish individuals and communities in China have been described in microhistorical, antiquarian, or nostalgic fashion, they have never been contrasted as a whole and in a scholarly way with other Jewish Diaspora communities.
  

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JSTOR: The Jews of China, Volume Two: A Sourcebook and Research Guide
THE JEWS OF CHINA, VOLUME TWO: A Sourcebook and Research Guide. Edited and with an introduction by Jonathan Goldstein with a bibliography by Frank Joseph ...
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The Jews of China & A Sourcebook and Research Guide - Questia ...
The Jews of China & A Sourcebook and Research Guide. ... This includes a review of the major Chinese writings over the past century on the Jews of China, ...
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Jonathan Goldstein, editor. The Jews of China. Volume 1 ...
Jonathan Goldstein, editor. The Jews of China. Volume 1, Historical and Comparative Perspectives.(Review) from China Review International in Business ...
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H-Net Review: Robert Entenmann <entenman@stolaf.edu> on From ...
These essays complement, rather than supercede, another recent collection of conference papers, The Jews of China, edited by Jonathan Goldstein (2 vols., ...
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The Jews of Harbin
The Jews of China. Vol. I. Ed. by Jonathan Goldstein. Armonk, NY: me Sharpe, 1999: 187-199. BRESLER, Boris. Harbin's Jewish community, 1898-1958; politics, ...
www.bh.org.il/ Communities/ Archive/ Harbin.asp

CRI 111 reviews
and The Jews of China—Volume I: Historical and Comparative Perspectives; ... In Jonathan Goldstein, The Jews of China: A Sourcebook and Research Guide ...
muse.jhu.edu/ journals/ china_review_international/ v011/ 11.1goldstein.pdf

Among the Jewish Descendants of Kaifeng
Irene Eber, "Kaifeng Jews: The Sinification of Identify," in The Jews of China: Historical and Comparative Perspectives, edited by jonathan Goldstein (New ...
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Unlikely Assistance: How the Chinese and the Japanese Saved 20000 ...
Jonathan Goldstein ed., The Jews of China: Volume One, Historical and .... Goldstein, The Jews of China, 270. xvi. Ristaino, Port of Last Resort, 102. ...
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China Information
Book Reviews : Jonathan GOLDSTEIN, ed., The Jews of China,. http://cin.sagepub.com. The online version of this article can be found at:. Published by: ...
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Orient
A very informative article, actually a talk given by Dr. Les Malkin about 'The Jews of China', can be now read here. Click here ...
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