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Mutual reflections : Jews and Blacks in American art

著者: Milly Heyd
出版商: New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, ©1999.
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Relations between Jewish Americans and African Americans have always had a unique, complex character. Both groups have long been considered outsiders in mainstream American society, sharing a history in which both their physical appearance and moral attributes were denigrated. African Americans have drawn parallels between their situation in the United States and the Jews' struggles for freedom when they were slaves  再读一些...
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所有的著者/提供者: Milly Heyd
ISBN: 0813526175 9780813526171 0813526183 9780813526188
OCLC号码: 39671743
描述: xiii, 245 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm
内容: Introduction: Blacks and Jews in American Culture --
Ch. 1. African Americans Mirroring Jews --
Ch. 2. Jews Mirroring African Americans: The Vision --
Ch. 3. Jews Mirroring African Americans: On Lynching --
Ch. 4. Working Together: The Civil Rights Movement --
Ch. 5. "Hot" versus "Cool": Involvement and Detachment --
Ch. 6. Postmodernism: Addressing Racial and Ethnic Stereotyping --
Ch. 7. Conclusion.
责任: Milly Heyd.

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This text examines the mutual relationship between Jews and African Americans through visual art. It investigates how artists of both backgrounds have viewed each other in the past - how visual  再读一些...

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