The “Jewish Blackness” Thesis Revisited
AbstractThe notion that in previous centuries Jews were considered to be black, or seen as blacks, has gained broad acceptance in scholarly discourse on the Jewish body since the early 1990s. The present article considers the notion analytically and then examines some of the evidence provided to support it. Much of this evidence does not stand critical examination. Therefore, arguably, the notion of Jewish blackness should be reconsidered. View Full-Text
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HaCohen, R. The “Jewish Blackness” Thesis Revisited. Religions 2018, 9, 222.
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HaCohen, Ran. 2018. "The “Jewish Blackness” Thesis Revisited." Religions 9, no. 7: 222.
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