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Metropolitan Jews : Politics, Race, and Religion in Postwar Detroit

By: Berman, Lila Corwin.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Historical Studies of Urban America: Publisher: Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 2015Description: 1 online resource (333 p.).ISBN: 9780226247977.Subject(s): Detroit (Mich.) -- Ethnic relations | Jews -- Michigan -- Detroit -- Social conditionsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Metropolitan Jews : Politics, Race, and Religion in Postwar DetroitDDC classification: 305.8009774/34 | 305.800977434 LOC classification: F574.D49 J515 2015Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Contents; Introduction: Jews and the American City; Chapter 1. Locating and Relocating the Jewish Neighborhoods of Detroit; Chapter 2. Keeping House in the City: The Local Politics of Urban Space; Chapter 3. Changing Jewish Neighborhoods; Chapter 4. From Neighborhood to City: The Formation of Jewish Metropolitan Urbanism; Chapter 5. The Sacred Suburban Sites of Jewish Metropolitan Urbanism; Chapter 6. Urban Crises and the Privatization of Jewish Urbanism; Chapter 7. Epilogue: Back-to-the-City Jews and the Legacies of Metropolitan Urbanism; Acknowledgments
Archival Collections, Interviews, and AbbreviationsNotes; Index
Summary: <div><b>Lila Corwin Berman</b> is associate professor of history at Temple University, where she holds the Murray Friedman Chair and directs the Feinstein Center for American Jewish History. She is the author of <i>Speaking of Jews: Rabbis, Intellectuals, and the Creation of an American Public Identity</i>.</div>
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Contents; Introduction: Jews and the American City; Chapter 1. Locating and Relocating the Jewish Neighborhoods of Detroit; Chapter 2. Keeping House in the City: The Local Politics of Urban Space; Chapter 3. Changing Jewish Neighborhoods; Chapter 4. From Neighborhood to City: The Formation of Jewish Metropolitan Urbanism; Chapter 5. The Sacred Suburban Sites of Jewish Metropolitan Urbanism; Chapter 6. Urban Crises and the Privatization of Jewish Urbanism; Chapter 7. Epilogue: Back-to-the-City Jews and the Legacies of Metropolitan Urbanism; Acknowledgments

Archival Collections, Interviews, and AbbreviationsNotes; Index

<div><b>Lila Corwin Berman</b> is associate professor of history at Temple University, where she holds the Murray Friedman Chair and directs the Feinstein Center for American Jewish History. She is the author of <i>Speaking of Jews: Rabbis, Intellectuals, and the Creation of an American Public Identity</i>.</div>

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