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Cuban-Jewish Journeys

Searching for Identity, Home, and History in Miami

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Published by University of Tennessee Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History: American,
  • Jews, Cuban,
  • History - General History,
  • Georgia - Local History,
  • Jews In The U.S,
  • Migrations,
  • History - U.S,
  • Jews,
  • United States - State & Local - General,
  • Ethnic Studies - General,
  • Miami,
  • 20th century,
  • Cuba,
  • Florida,
  • History

  • The Physical Object
    FormatLibrary binding
    Number of Pages277
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8734671M
    ISBN 10157233097X
    ISBN 109781572330979

      The contemporary Cuban Jewish narrative depicts a fascinating trajectory. First, a descent from vibrancy and prosperity to near oblivion after the mass exodus of the s and years of imposed atheism. The libreta, or a ration book, allows each person to receive every month six pounds of rice, two liters of oil and 20 ounces of grains. When. R eading assignment for Thursday discussion April 4th: Caroli ne Bettinger L pez, Cuban Jewish Journeys: Searching for Identity, Home and Heritage in Miami (University of Tennessee Press, ), pp. 36 ; (Chapters 2 3, Chapter 5). [scanned and accessible through SAKAI] PAPER TOPICS/QUESTIONS WILL BE DIST RIBUTED.

    Second book in Sephardic trilogy. Same family but now in late 18th and early 19th century Portugal. Mostly written from the perspective of a child which renders it somewhat juvenile. Obejas, Achy. Days of Awe. NY: Ballantine, Semi-autobiographical novel about crypto-Jews in today's Cuba. Yehoshua, A. B. Journey to the end of the Millenium. JEWISH COMMUNITY OF CUBA tells the story of Ashkenazim and Sephardim fleeing from persecution abroad and finding refuge in Cuba, their trials and tribulations of adjusting to a new country, and the building of a vibrant Jewish Community. The Cuban Jewish Community grew from a parlor meeting of eleven Jews in to a network of schools and synagogues throughout the country.

    Professor Bettinger-López earned a J.D. from Columbia Law School, where she was a Harlan Fiske Stone scholar; and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Michigan, where she studied cultural anthropology and earned Highest Honors for her senior thesis, which was later published as a book, Cuban-Jewish Journeys: Searching for Identity. Book Services. The Submarine World in The Island of Pines near the small Holocaust Memorial and graves of Cuban Jewish to Guanabacoa Historic Lunch at El Templete Restaurant in Old Havana Guided visit to Calle Acosta and other areas in Old Havana where the Jews settled in the to Adath.


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In Cuban-Jewish Journeys, Caroline Bettinger-López remedies that neglect with an engaging, in-depth look at a people whos Until now, however, this vibrant community and its unique traditions have, to a large extent, escaped the notice of ethnographers, historians, and other scholars.2/5.

Cuban-Jewish Journeys: Searching for Identity, Home, and History in Miami (University of Tennessee Press, ) ISBN X, hardback, $40 Cuban-Jewish Journeys book, paper, $ Publisher University of Tennessee Press Chicago Distribution Center S. Langley Chicago, IL tel: fax: e-mail: [email protected]   Cuban Jewish Journeys: Searching For Identity Home & History In Miami Paperback – Decem by Caroline Bettinger-Lopez (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.

See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ PaperbackCited by: 8. Bettinger-Lopez, a Pinecrest native and graduate of Palmetto Senior High School, said the idea for her book -- Cuban Jewish Journeys: Searching for Identity, Home and History in Miami ­ materialized near the end of her junior year at the University of Michigan.

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ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xli, pages: illustrations, maps ; 24 cm: Contents: Foreword / Ruth Behar --The Past in the Present: A History of the Cuban-Jewish Community in Miami --From Jewish Cubans to Cuban-Jews: Arriving in Miami and Establishing a Community --A Second Transformation: From Cuban-Jews to.

Caroline Bettinger-Lopez is the author of Cuban Jewish Journeys ( avg rating, 1 rating, 1 review, published ) and Doctrine, Practice, and Advocac 2/5(1). Cuban-Jewish Journeys: Search for Identity, Home, and History in Miami.

Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, xli + pp. $, paper, ISBN Reviewed by Jeff Donnelly acteristic of the book is the author's personal im‐. You will find the idex to the book The The Jewish Community of Cuba: Memory and History.

In that index you will find a list of surnames. click here and the index from the book Cuban Jewish Journeys here From the same website you will find a list of Jewish burials here.

Professor Bettinger-López earned a J.D. from Columbia Law School, where she was a Harlan Fiske Stone scholar; and a B.A.

from the University of Michigan, where she studied cultural anthropology and earned Highest Honors for her senior thesis, which was later published as a book, Cuban-Jewish Journeys: Searching for Identity, Home, and History.

Journeys | Religious Tourism. a 6-year-old Cuban-Jewish girl, stood on a cobblestone street in Trinidad, a small centuries-old city on the south coast of Cuba. the bookcases with Jewish. Surrounded by autographed pictures of the late Celia Cruz, a family friend who loved Samy’s pollo relleno a la cubaña (Cuban-style stuffed chicken), I sat down with Samy and Gladys and sampled some of the dishes from his book.

We started off with Samy’s homemade aceitunas negras aliañdas (marinated black olives), along with a fresh ensalada de piás sefardí (Sephardic white bean. ISBN $ Ruth Behar is an Anthropologist who was born in Cuba and raised in the U.S.A.

This fascinating and entertaining book is full of photos as well as useful information. Bettinger-López, Caroline, Cuban-Jewish Journeys: Searching for Identity, Home, and History in Miami.

You will find the idex to the book The The Jewish Community of Cuba: Memory and History. In that index you will find a list of surnames. click here and the index from the book Cuban Jewish Journeys here From the same website you will find a list of Jewish burials here.

NEW HEADING GOES HERE Edit NEW HEADING GOES HERE Edit Books on the Jews of. In turn, Professor Caroline Bettinger-López, an Associate Professor at the University of Miami Law School, will discuss the development of the Cuban-Jewish community in Miami between and Professor Bettinger-López is the author of the book Cuban-Jewish Journeys: Searching for Identity, Home, and History in Miami ().

Caroline Bettinger-Lopez is an adjunct senior fellow in the Women and Foreign Policy program at the Council on Foreign Relations and a professor at the University of Miami School of Law, where she.

Jewish Cubans, Cuban Jews, or Cubans of Jewish heritage, have lived in the nation of Cuba for centuries. Some Cubans trace Jewish ancestry to Marranos (forced converts to Christianity) who came as colonists, though few of these practice Judaism today.

More t Jews lived in Cuba inand more immigrated to the country in the s. But during and after the communist revolution. Born in Havana, Cuba, she grew up in New York, and has also lived in Spain and Mexico. Her memoirs, An Island Called Home and Traveling Heavy, and her bilingual poetry book, Everything I Kept/Todo lo que guardé, examine her return journeys to Cuba and her search for home as an immigrant and a traveler.

She was the first Latina to win a. Milgrom has written several books about her journey. Her latest is a cookbook, Recipes of My 15 Grandmothers. Her research took her to her family's ancestral village, Fermoselle, on.

Exploring his multi-pronged identity, Orlando Ortega-Medina recently released his book ‘Jerusalem Ablaze’ to a warm critical reception By Cathryn J. Prince Jpm. Searching for Identity, Home, and History in Miami. Author: Caroline Bettinger-López.

Publisher: Univ. of Tennessee Press ISBN: Page: View: Most are poor, generally unable to afford prayer books and other Jewish articles, and elderly, as the Communist government has prohibited Jewish practices for nearly thirty years.

Jews in Havana and Santiago have recently reopened their synagogues and have held public celebrations and Jewish study sessions in order to interest younger Cubans in.Comprised of a book and exhibit titled “Cuba: a Jewish Journey”, this work is a photo-documentation of Jews and Jewish life in contemporary Cuba.

The project, sponsored by the B’nai B’rith Cuban Jewish relief project, was completed duringand took me from Havana to Camaguey to Santiago de Cuba, as well as many points in between.