Special Issue "The Jewish Experience in America"
A special issue of Religions (ISSN 2077-1444).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 October 2018)
Professor Eli Lederhendler
The Jewish people in North America represent nearly half of all the Jews in the world today. Although a small minority within the American population, they enjoy a high social, cultural, and economic profile. They have also maintained a long tradition of forming communities, voluntary agencies, civic and philanthropic organizations. Our issue will explore particular challenges that Jews have and are facing in American society, with particular attention to inter-group relations, religious diversity, identity, antisemitism, and the spatial integration (or separation) that characterizes their lives.
Prof. Dr. Eli Lederhendler
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