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Editor/Moderator: Aviva Ben-Ur <aben-ur(at)judnea(dot)umass(dot)edu>

Week of Sunday, January 14, 2007 (24 Tevet 5767)

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Index:

1. New Publication: _Ladinar: Research in Literature, Music, and History of Ladino-Speaking Sephardic Jews_ (issue no. 4) (Refael)

2. New Publication: _The Mellah of Marrakesh_ (Gottreich)

3. New Publication: _Geografía Lingüística del Judeoespañol. Estudio sincrónico y diacrónico_ (Rebollo)

4. New Publication: _Hador: The Hebrew Annual of America_ (Hakak)

5. New Documentary: “The Longing: The Forgotten Jews of South America” (Bohm)

6. Photography Exhibit of Crypto-Jews of the U.S. Southwest by Gloria Golden (Sadock)

7.  Call for Proposals: Third Congress for the Study of Jews in Catalán-Speaking Territories (Ojeda-Mata)

8. Call for Applications: NEH Summer Seminars and Institutes for College and University Teachers (Gentzler)

9. Call for Applications: 2007 Lehmann Workshop on the History of the Jewish Book (Kiron)

10. Call for Papers: 2007 MLA Sephardic Studies Discussion Group (Balbuena)

11.  Call for Submissions: _Latin American Jewish Studies Newsletter_ (Dworkin)

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1. New Publication: _Ladinar: Research in Literature, Music, and History of Ladino-Speaking Sephardic Jews_ (issue no. 4) (Refael)

Date: Thu, 30 Nov 2006 12:46:06 +0200

From: SR <refaes(at)mail(dot)biu(dot)ac(dot)il>

[Aviva Ben-Ur’s translation from the Hebrew:]

We are pleased to announce that issue no. 4 of the journal _Ladinar: Research in Literature, Music, and History of Ladino-Speaking Sephardic Jews has now appeared.  It was edited by Dr. Shmuel Refael, Prof. Yehudith Dishon, and represent articles from the first conference “Spanish Salutes Judeo-Spanish,” a conference that took place at Bar-Ilan University in December 2004 with the participation of the Cervantes Institute and the Sephardic Embassy in Israel.  To order this issue send 45 shekels to:]

University Bar-Ilan

Hamerkaz leheker haladino

haFaculta LYahadut

Bar Ilan Univeisty

Ramat Gan 52900

Ha comenzado la distribucion del No. 4 de la revista "Ladinar: estudios sobre la literatura, la musica y la historia de los sefardies". Edicion a cargo de Shmuel Refael con la colaboracion de Judith Dishon.

 para ordenar:

 embiar un check de $15 (incluye gastos de envio)

 al nombre "Bar-Ilan University"

 Ladino Studies Center

 Bar-Ilan Univ.

 Ramat-Gan, Israel 52900

 www.ladino-biu.com

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2. New Publication: _The Mellah of Marrakesh_ (Gottreich)

From: Emily Gottreich emilyrg(at)berkeley(dot)edu

Date: Mon, 04 Dec 2006 11:45:59 -0800

Perhaps some listmembers may be interested in the

following publication. Information on receiving desk copies is also included:

Indiana University Press is pleased to announce the recent publication of:

Emily Gottreich, _The Mellah of Marrakesh: Jewish and Muslim Space in Morocco's Red City_

_The Mellah of Marrakesh_ captures the vibrancy of Jewish society in Marrakesh in the tumultuous last decades prior to colonial rule and in the first decades of life in the colonial era.  Although focused on the Jewish community, it offers a compelling portrait of the political, social, and economic issues confronting all of Morocco and sets a new standard for urban social history.

Dale F. Eickelman

Weaving together threads from Jewish history and Islamic urban studies, _The Mellah of Marrakesh_ situates the history of what was once the largest Jewish quarter in the Arab world in its proper historical and geographical contexts.

Published with the generous support of the Koret Foundation

http://www.iupress.indiana.edu/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=3D40887

Indiana Series in Middle East Studies

224 pages, 17 b&w photos

0-253-34791-2, cloth $65.00

0-253-21863-2, paper $24.95

For Instructors

If you are interested in adopting this book for course use, please see our exam copy policy:

http://www.iupress.indiana.edu/catalog/information.php?info_id=3D122&amp;=meid=3D122

Dr. Emily Gottreich

Vice Chair

Center for Middle Eastern Studies

University of California

340 Stephens Hall, #2314

Berkeley, CA 94720-2314

tel: (510) 642-8208

fax: (510) 643-3001

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3. New Publication: _Geografía Lingüística del Judeoespañol. Estudio sincrónico y diacrónico_ (Rebollo)

Date: Fri, 08 Dec 2006 10:32:23 +0000

From: Olga Rebollo <listingbiblios(at)hotmail(dot)co(dot)uk>

Novedad bibliografica

QUINTANA RODRIGUEZ, Aldina. 2006. _Geografía Lingüística del Judeoespañol. Estudio sincrónico y diacrónico._ (Sephardica Vol. 3). Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, New York, Oxford, Wien: Peter Lang 2006. XXIV, 546 p., 93 mapas (ISBN 978-3-03910-846-6  br., Precio: $ 83,95)

Distribución y compra: Peter Lang

http://www.peterlang.com/Index.cfm?vID=10846&vHR=1&vUR=2&vUUR=1&vLang=E

 Descripción:

 El español fue la principal lengua de los sefardíes que durante cinco siglos residieron dentro de las fronteras actuales de los países de los Balcanes, Turquía, Israel y Egipto. Este volumen trata la variación del judeo-español  en este ámbito geográfico. ¿Qué rasgos lingüísticos identifican a un hablante de judeoespañol de Estambul, de Salónica, de Plovdiv, de Pristina, de Sarajevo o de Jerusalén? ¿En qué se diferencia la lengua empleada por hablantes que pertenecen a las capas sociales altas del resto? ¿Cómo varían los registros lingüísticos manejados en un texto periodístico, uno exegético o una carta personal? ¿Qué influencia ejercen la tradición, las transformaciones sociales o el devenir histórico en los cambios lingüísticos y cómo se entrelazan estos cambios entre sí? El resultado de los procesos de coineización, evolución lingüística interna, contacto de lenguas, etc., dan al estudio una marcada orientación histórica. La obra se completa con 93 mapas lingüísticos que representan el núcleo del análisis sincrónico. En ellos se presenta la variación geográfica de los hechos lingüísticos analizados en su estadio entre los años 1850 y 1940, según se deduce del análisis realizado sobre decenas de entrevistas y más de un centenar de textos que abarcan los géneros literarios más dispares.

 Acceso al índice del libro:

http://www.peterlang.com/PDF/Buecher/TOC/10846_TOC.pdf

Olga Rebollo

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4. New Publication: _Hador: The Hebrew Annual of America_ (Hakak)

Date: Mon, 11 Dec 2006 14:13:11 -0800

From: "Hakak, Lev" <hakak(at)humnet(dot)ucla(dot)edu>

 Histadruth Ivrith of America, the Hebrew Language and Culture Association in the USA was launched in 1916.  When the organization was closed in 2004, its three publications (“Hadoar,” “Lamishpaha,” and “Sulam Ya’akov”) ceased. “Hadoar” was the longest running Hebrew periodical (1921-2004). Prof. Lev Hakak was the last editor (2002-2004) of “Hadoar.” He announced the publication of _Hador, The Hebrew Annual of America._

 Prof. Hakak viewed Hador as the Hebrew publication of authors in America, that will include poetry, prose and articles in various fields - Hebrew literature, Hebrew language, Jewish art, Jewish education, the Jewish community in America, articles from and about Israel and reviews of books in the fields of Hebrew and Jewish Studies.

 The first volume of _Hador: The Hebrew Annual of America_ (over 200 pages, Hardcover) was published these days.

 The volume presents the contributions of Professors and other gifted authors to “Hador” in poetry, prose, research of Hebrew language and literature, book reviews, Jewish thought, a section in memory of Jewish Studies scholars in the USA and England and more.

 The volume includes research and poetry by Sephardim. It has a review article of a book about the literature of Babylonian Jews in Babylon in 1735-1950; a review article about articles by Babylonian Rabbi; a review article of a book of memoirs of a young Jewish woman from India; an article describing Hanukkah in a village in Yemen and more.

 “Hador” is the only Hebrew periodical in America.

 For purchase and submission information contact “Hador” editor, Prof. Lev Hakak, at Hakak(at)humnet(dot)ucla(dot)edu

Lev Hakak

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5. New Documentary: “The Longing: The Forgotten Jews of South America” (Bohm)

Date: Tue, 12 Dec 2006 13:54:09 -0800

From: Gabriela Bohm <gabriela(at)bohmproductions(dot)com>

 My name is Gabriela Bohm and I am a documentary filmmaker.

I have just finished a documentary called "The Longing: The forgotten Jews of South America" that will be premiered at the New York Jewish Film Festival on January 22 and 23, 2007, Lincoln Center, New York City.

Here is a little synopsis:

A small group of South Americans long to affirm their faith.  Their ancestors — European Jews — were forced to convert during the Spanish Inquisition.  Isolated in Catholic countries, rejected by local Jewish communities, they battle to become Jews regardless of the consequences.

 The Longing, set in Ecuador, tells the story of their attempt to regain their birthright.  The group includes three women who travel 36 hours, one-way, by bus, from Colombia and a couple from a small Ecuadorian town. On the Internet, they have found an American rabbi committed to helping “lost Jews” reclaim their identities.  He meets them in Guayaquil, where he has difficulty getting the local Jewish community’s support in facilitating their conversions.  Ultimately, he convinces several local Jews to participate. The film provides a rare glimpse into the conversion process, including the ritual mikva (submersion) and Beit Din (rabbinical court).

Lost no more, the new converts’ dreams are fulfilled. Yet they face an uncertain future.

 I would love to tell you and the rest of the member caucus more about this film.  

 Best regards,

 Gabriela Bohm

 Bohm Productions

 10503 Cheviot Drive

 Los Angeles, CA 90064

 www.bohmproductions.com

 gabriela(at)bohmproductions(dot)com

 Tel: 310-842-8088

 Fax: 310-815-8177

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6. Photography Exhibit of Crypto-Jews of the U.S. Southwest by Gloria Golden (Sadock)

Date: Fri, 8 Dec 2006 12:52:03 -0500

From: Johann Sadock <jsadock(at)MIT(dot)EDU>

I just attended at U-Mass Dartmouth a moving lecture from Gloria Golden on the remnants of Crypto-Jews among Hispanic Americans.  It was organized by Cingy Yoken from the Center for Jewish Culture/Hillel.  There is also an exhibit with Gloria Golden's photos that runs until the spring I believe and Gloria has  a book on the subject. I am  copying Cindy  on this message.  I thought that you may want to share this information with the list.

http://www.umassd.edu/cjc/calendar.cfm

[The exhibit is housed in the Campus Gallery.]

 A tres bientot,

 Johann Sadock

[Note from Editor/Moderator Aviva Ben-Ur: Gloria Golden’s book is _Remnants of Crypto-Jews Among Hispanic Americans (Mountain View, CA: Floricanto Press, 2005).]

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7.  Call for Proposals: Third Congress for the Study of Jews in Catalán-Speaking Territories (Ojeda-Mata)

[Note from Editor/Moderator Aviva Ben-Ur: An English translation appears below]

Date: Wed, 13 Dec 2006 19:08:03 +0100

From: Maite Ojeda-Mata <maite(dot)ojeda(at)gmail(dot)com>

APPEL À COMMUNICATIONS

IIIè Congrès pour l’Étude des Juifs dans les territoires de langue catalane

Perpignan-Barcelone

15-16-17-18 octobre 2007

L’Institut d’Estudis Món Juïc de Barcelone, conjointement avec l’Université de Barcelone, l’Université de Perpignan et l’Université Autonome de Barcelone, organise le IIIè Congrès pour l’Étude des Juifs dans les territoires de langue catalane, qui se déroulera du 15 au 18 octobre 2007 à Perpignan et à Barcelone.

Les principaux objectifs de cette rencontre sont :

- de cerner l’identité spécifique du judaïsme catalan.

- de traiter tous les domaines au travers desquels la culture juive s’est développée dans les territoires de langue catalane et dans la diaspora judéo-catalane.

-  de briser les topiques dépourvus de rigueur scientifique qui se sont perpétués au fil du temps.

- de faire connaître la vision des sources non-juives sur les Juifs des territoires de langue catalane.

-  d’offrir un espace pour le dialogue et le débat et pour la présentation des dernières nouveautés en matière de recherche.

Communications et conférences seront centrées sur :

- les territoires de langue catalane : Alguer (Sardaigne), Andorre, Catalogne, Iles Baléares, Pays Valencien, Roussillon ; ainsi que sur les territoires limitrophes dans l’optique d’échanges avec les territoires de langue catalane.

- la diaspora judeó-catalane.

- une époque allant du Moyen Age au XXIème siècle

- sur les disciplines suivantes : histoire, littérature, philosophie, science, sociologie, science politique, etc. .

Trop souvent encore, les études traitent des Juifs catalans sous le prisme d’une unité politique qui ne devient une réalité qu’à la fin du XVème siècle, c’est-à-dire  au moment où les Juifs et les communautés disparaissent des territoires de langue catalane ; il y est alors question des Juifs d’Espagne ou des Juifs de France. Or, il est une autre conception et une autre réalité historique basées, non pas sur Sefarad ou sur Tsarfat, mais sur la territorialité catalane (géographique, politique, culturelle et sociale). Les communications devront témoigner de la spécificité de ce judaïsme catalan, soit dans son essence propre, soit dans ses relations  avec les autres et l’extérieur ; l’examen des relations entre les différentes communautés établies dans les territoires de langue catalane sera également pris en considération dans la vision générale de la problématique.

Langues : français, catalan, espagnol, anglais.

Remise des propositions de communication pour le 28 février 2007

Contacts :

- à Perpignan : Martine Berthelot    berthelo(at)univ-perp.fr

                Michel Leiberich     leiberich(at)menta.net

- à Barcelone : Mont Porta et Esperança Valls     elcongres(at)gmail.com

[English translation:]

Date: Wed, 27 Dec 2006

From: espevalls <espevalls(at)gmail(dot)com>

III CONGRÉS PER A L'ESTUDI DELS JUEUS EN TERRITORIS DE LLENGUA CATALANA

 The Institut d'Estudis Món Juïc, together with the Department of Semitic Languages of the University of Barcelona, the University of Perpignan and the University Atònoma of Barcelona are holding the III Congress for the Study of the Jewish Presence in the Catalan-Speaking Territories, from 15 to 18 October 2007, among the cities of Perpignan and Barcelona. The main objectives of the conference are:

   a. To stand out the Catalan Judaism, and to emphasize its distinctive identity vis-à-vis the Sepharad and Tsarfat.

   b. To treat all the areas in which the Jewish culture developed in the territories of Catalan language out of the Principat of Catalonia, specially in the Catalonia North and in the catalana-jewish diaspora.

   c. To present the vision that was had from not Jewish sources of the Jews who lived in territories of Catalan language.

   d. To undo the topics lacking in historical rigor that have been perpetuated throughout the time.

   e. To promote the continued study of the subject and the formulation of new hypotheses and theories.

 Presentations and communications will be divided into four main subjects - History, Literature, Philosophy and Science - which draw together all the aspects of the presence of Jews in the Catalan-speaking territory.

 In our view, the issue of the Catalan Jews is approached too often from the perspective of political unity, at a time when Jewish communities had vanished from Catalan-speaking territories. For this reason, we hope that presentations and communications will focus on the relationship between the different communities established in the Catalan-speaking territory. By doing so, we will be able to present a broad overview of the Jewish presence.

 If you are interested in taking part in the congress, please let us know before April 30th, 2007. You will have to make us come a summary of your contribution. The scientific committee of the congress will value the contributions and on May 31 will give the response to the accepted ones to take part in the congress.

 For further information, please contact the congress organizers, either by e-mail or by phone. The electronic address of the congress and the organizers' phone numbers are shown below.

 Yours sincerely,

 Committee of the congress' organization

 CONTACT

E-mail: elcongres(at)gmail(dot)com

Mont Porta: 646.20.59.78

Esperança Valls: 639.44.08.

   

Dra. Tessa Calders

Departament de Filologia Semítica

Universitat de Barcelona- Edifici Històric

Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 585

08007 Barcelona

Tel: 93 403 57 03    

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8. Call for Applications: NEH Summer Seminars and Institutes for College and University Teachers (Gentzler)

Date: Fri, 15 Dec 2006

From: Edwin Gentzler <gentzler(at)complit(dot)umass(dot)edu>

[Note from Editor/Moderator Aviva Ben-Ur: of particular interest is the seminar “Jewish Buenos Aires,” which meets in Argentina.]

ANNOUNCING: Summer 2007

National Endowment for the Humanities (U.S.A.)

Seminars and Institutes for College and University Teachers

 Application Deadline: March 1, 2007

 Each summer the National Endowment for the Humanities supports a variety of study opportunities in the humanities for faculty who teach American undergraduates. Seminars and institutes are national, residential, and rigorous. Program participants in these 2-6 week projects receive stipends to help defray travel and living expenses. Foreign nationals teaching abroad are not eligible to participate.

 Topics considered among the 27 seminars and institutes offered in the summer of 2007 include American Indian ethnohistory, African American history as public history, pragmatism, the Scottish Enlightenment, the Reformation, Berber North Africa, the Middle East, York Cathedral, Chinese culture, Brazilian literature, and Roman religion, as well as works by Oscar Wilde, James Joyce, Charles Dickens, and Flannery O'Connor. Most of these seminars and institutes take place on American campuses, but some will be held at sites abroad: Dublin, Ireland; St. Andrews, Scotland; York, England; Rome, Italy; Antwerp, Belgium; Oaxaca, Mexico; Campinas, Brazil; and Buenos Aires, Argentina.

 For a complete list of both seminars and institutes, along with eligibility requirements and contact information for the directors, go to: <www.neh.gov/projects/si-university.html>

 Project directors will provide details about their projects, along with application guidelines. NEH staff does not send out this information. For general information about these programs, contact NEH by e-mail at sem-inst(at)neh.gov; for information about other NEH programs, go to the NEH website at <www.neh.gov>.

 National Endowment for the Humanities

 1100 Pennsylvania Ave., NW

 Washington, DC 20506

Edwin Gentzler

Translation Center

Herter Hall 19

University of Massachusetts

Amherst, MA 01003-9312

Tel: (413) 545-2203

Fax: (413) 577-3400

Email: gentzler(at)complit(dot)umass(dot)edu

URL: http://www.umass.edu/transcen

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9. Call for Applications: 2007 Lehmann Workshop on the History of the Jewish Book (Kiron)

Date: Tue, 19 Dec 2006 22:53:41 -0500

From: Arthur Kiron kiron(at)pobox(dot)upenn(dot)edu

via: Anna Urowitz-Freudenstein <hjmod(at)OISE(dot)UTORONTO(dot)CA>

 THE MANFRED R. LEHMANN MEMORIAL MASTER WORKSHOP IN THE HISTORY OF THE JEWISH BOOK

 The Jewish Studies Program at the University of Pennsylvania, in conjunction with the University of Pennsylvania Library and the Center for Advanced Judaic Studies at the University of Pennsylvania, are pleased to announce the seventh annual Manfred R. Lehmann Memorial Master Workshop to be held on May 6-7 (Sunday-Monday), 2007, at CAJS.

 The subject of this year's Workshop will be Genizah Texts and the Expansion of Jewish Literacy.  The workshop will be led by Professor Stefan Reif of the University of Cambridge, one of the world's leading authorities on the topic of the Cairo Genizah and its importance for cultural history. The two-day program will provide an overview of its subject, and of its significance in various areas, including: biblical versions and commentaries; talmudic, halakhic and midrashic texts; liturgical evolution and variety; personal letters of mundane and intellectual significance; miscellaneous cultural expression through writing.  The various topics covered in the workshop will be illustrated by reading of Genizah texts, with special attention to the problems of layout, decipherment, analysis and historical evaluation.

 The workshop is open to professors and independent scholars, professional librarians in the field of Jewish and related studies, and advanced graduate students in Jewish Studies.  Attendance at previous workshops is not a prerequisite for admission.

 Because much of the Workshop will be devoted to the reading of Hebrew texts like colophons, it is necessary that all participants be able to read non-vocalized Hebrew texts.

 For faculty and professionals, tuition is $250.  In addition to attendance and all materials for the workshop, the tuition includes two or three nights in a hotel (double-occupancy) for the nights of May 6 and 7 (with the option of May 5), and all meals and refreshments (all kosher) during the course of the workshop.

 Graduate students may apply for a full scholarship to the workshop.

 N.B. To apply for the scholarship, a graduate student should write us giving the details of his or her academic program and a brief statement explaining how the workshop will further his or her academic studies.  S/he should also ask a faculty advisor to write us a letter of recommendation on the student's behalf.

 Attendance is limited.  If you are interested in attending the workshop, please notify us immediately.  Full payment must be received by March 1, 2007.  Make checks payable to Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania. Please address all correspondence to:

 Lehmann Workshop

 c/o Jewish Studies Program

 711 Williams Hall

 255 S. 36th Street

 Philadelphia, PA 19104-6305

 jsp-info(at)ccat(dot)sas(dot)upenn(dot)edu

 215-898-6654

 The Manfred R. Lehmann Memorial Master Workshop in the History of the Jewish Book has been made possible by a generous contribution from the Manfred and Anne Lehmann Foundation along with grants from Mr. Albert Friedberg, the Lucius N. Littauer Foundation, Andrew H. Cohn, Esq. C'66, and the University of Pennsylvania Research Foundation.

Christine Walsh

 Jewish Studies Program

 711 Williams Hall

 255 S. 36th Street

 University of Pennsylvania

 Philadelphia, PA 19104-6305

 chwalsh(at)ccat.sas.upenn.edu

 Phone: 215-898-6654

 Fax: 215-573-6026

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10. Call for Papers: 2007 MLA Sephardic Studies Discussion Group (Balbuena)

Date: Sun, 24 Dec 2006 15:46:15 -0800

From: "Monique R. Balbuena" <balbuena(at)uoregon(dot)edu>

Call for Papers: 2007 MLA Sephardic Studies Discussion Group

Multilingual Sephardic Writing

Because of their internal diglossia and their cultural situation in large part shaped by diaspora, Jews have traditionally been an important focus for multilingualism, and Jewish writing has also consistently been marked by the manipulation of multiple languages. The issue of language choice has been regularly present in Jewish life, as Jews had to select among the languages at their disposal according to the contexts and sociocultural domains in which they participated.

For its panel at the MLA in 2007 the Sephardic Studies Discussion Group is looking for papers that explore multilingual writing in Sephardic communities. Corpus to be analyzed may include texts by Sephardic authors and texts in Sephardic languages. They may be religious or secular, earlier or contemporary, prose or poetry, and come from any part of the large Sephardic diaspora. We are particularly interested in issues of language choice and cultural affiliation, construction of identity through language, use of intertexts, issues of nationalism and diaspora.

We invite proposals of 250-300 words for a 20-minute paper. Abstracts and a 2-page CV should be sent to Monique Balbuena at balbuena (at) uoregon(dot)edu. The deadline for submissions is Thursday, March 1, 2007.

Monique Balbuena

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11.  Call for Submissions: _Latin American Jewish Studies Newsletter_ (Dworkin)

Date: Mon, 8 Jan 2007 16:40:57 -0500 (EST)

From: "Kenya C. Dworkin" <kdworkin(at)andrew(dot)cmu(dot)edu>

I am now accepting submissions for the _Latin American Jewish Studies Newsletter_ 17.1 and the LAJSA bibliography:

Please submit news about publications (books, articles, films) on some aspect of Latin American Jewish Studies, Sephardic Studies, or U.S. Latino Jewish Studies, with a publication date of somewhere between 2004-2006. Please send full citations, with complete bibliographic information (e.g., pagination for articles in journals). All submissions must be sent no later than January 21, 2007, to Kenya Dworkin, co-editor LAJS at my e-mail: kdworkin(at)andrew(dot)cmu(dot)edu

Kenya C. Dworkin y Méndez

Associate Professor of Hispanic Studies

Carnegie Mellon University



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