2 edition of Psychological intimacy among the Jews of North Metropolitan Chicago found in the catalog.
Psychological intimacy among the Jews of North Metropolitan Chicago
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Psychological Intimacy among the Jews of North Metropolitan Chicago and the Sephardic Jews of Istanbul, Turkey. By Mark Glazer and Northwestern University. Abstract. Thesis (Ph.D.)--Northwestern University, School code: Jews, Jews. OAI identifier: Author: Mark Glazer and Northwestern University.
Psychological Intimacy among the Jews of North Metropolitan Chicago and the Sephardic Jews of Istanbul, Turkey By Mark Glazer and Northwestern University AbstractAuthor: Mark Glazer and Northwestern University. The first comprehensive history of Chicago's Jewish population in eighty years, The Jews of Chicago brings to life the people, events, neighborhoods, and institutions that helped shape today's Jewish community.
Cutler intertwines neighborhood histories with representative biographical vignettes of some of Chicago's best known figures, such as Edna Ferber, Saul Bellow, Benny Cited by: “Metropolitan Jews is a wonderful example of a ‘minority history’ that illustrates how the group in question, in this case Jews, was more than merely an interesting sidebar to the ‘mainstream’ American historical narrative The book presents an interesting.
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Kosher Butchery, Albany Park, Photo: Joel Granoff, U.S.A. A century later Chicago'sJews (about 9 percent of the city's population) were outnumbered only in New York and Warsaw.
By the end of the twentieth century, approximatelyJews lived in the Chicago metropolitan area, but only about 30 percent of the entire Jewish .This book brings a complex subject to life with the intimacy of a child longing to know the truth about the life of her father, struck down by a heart attack when she was small.
Her search for truth frames a larger search for justice by the African-Americans who were denied their rights in the Chicago of on into the last years of the century/5(73).The author of the The Children’s Blizzard delivers an epic work of twentieth century history through the riveting story of one extraordinary Jewish family.
With cinematic power and beauty, bestselling author David Laskin limns his own genealogy to tell the spellbinding tale of the three drastically different paths that his family members took across the span of years/5().