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Journal of American Ethnic History back issues
CITY, SOUL, AND THE NEW IMMIGRATION.(Review)
January 1, 2001... Gods of the City: Religion and the American Urban Landscape. Edited by Robert A. Orsi. Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 1999. xi + 402 pp. Maps, illustrations, notes, and index. $39.95 (cloth); $19.95 (paper). Gatherings in Diaspora: Religious Communities and the...
THEIR EYES WERE WATCHING HARLEM: THE RENAISSANCE AND THE POLITICS OF MODERNISM.(Review)
January 1, 2001... New Negro, Old Left: African-American Writing and Communism Between the Wars. By William J. Maxwell. New York: Columbia University Press, 1999. xi + 254 pp. Illustrations, notes, bibliography, and index. $49.50 (cloth); $17.50 (paper). Seeing Red: Federal Campaigns Against Black...
"More Than Ever, We Feel Proud to Be Italians": World War I and the New Haven Colonia, 1917-1918.
January 1, 2001... ON THE EVE of America's entry into the First World War in March 1917, a young man from New Haven was arrested on charges of espionage. The police of Bristol, Connecticut linked Leopoldo Cobianchi to several pieces of incriminating evidence. In the boarding-house where he was staying,...
Blacks, Jews and the Struggle to Integrate Brooklyn's Junior High School 258: A Cold War Story.
January 1, 2001... IF YOU MENTION BROOKLYN, schools, blacks and Jews in one breath, the image that surfaces in the minds of many is the 1968 struggle for community control in the Ocean Hill-Brownsville school district.  Like many highly publicized events, the Ocean Hill-Brownsville struggle has generally...
The Performance of Jewish Ethnicity in Anne Nichols' Abie's Irish Rose.(Critical Essay)
January 1, 2001... WHAT HUMORIST H. L. Mencken in the 1920s called "America's third-largest industry"  was a Broadway play about Jewish-Irish inter marriage called Abie's Irish Rose which ran for 2,327 performances, opening on 23 May 1922 at the Fulton Theatre on West 46th Street and closing on 22 October...