Judaism, race, and ethics: conversations and questions

University Park, Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania State University Press (2020)
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A collection of essays examining the contentious, dynamic, and ethically complicated relationship between race and religion in Judaism. Includes perspectives from the fields of history, philosophy, sociology, ethics, religious studies, law, psychology, literary studies, and theology.

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