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The Hyena People: Ethiopian Jews in Christian Ethiopia (Contraversions: Critical Studies in Jewish Literature, Culture, and Society, 13)

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Published by University of California Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jewish studies,
  • History Of Jews,
  • Race And Ethnic Relations,
  • Religion - Judaism,
  • Religion,
  • Ethiopia,
  • Anthropology - Cultural,
  • Judaism - General,
  • Social Science / Jewish Studies,
  • Animals,
  • Jews,
  • Mythology,
  • Public opinion

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages168
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9444916M
    ISBN 100520219007
    ISBN 109780520219007

    Every Ethiopian church keeps hidden in a holy inner chamber a replica of the ark. Many Ethiopians also believe that the original ark has been lying quietly for centuries in a church in their northern city of Axum (see story left). At the same time, Ethiopia's Jews practice a unique brand of Judaism strongly marked by Ethiopian Orthodox. During the political strife and famine of the 's, two Ethiopian girls, one Christian and the other Jewish and blind, struggle to overcome many difficulties, including their prejudices about each other, as they make the dangerous journey out of Ethiopia. Jane Kurtz is a prolific author who grew up in Ethiopia.


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The hyena is a dangerous, supernatural entity, and the Jews' ability to work with fire is tied to supernatural abilities. At the same time, as Salamon explores in chapter 5, Ethiopian Jews do not respect their Christian neighbors in : Reinhold R.

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58 See Kaplan, Steven, The Beta Israel (Falasha) in Ethiopia: From Earliest Times to the Twentieth Century, (New York, ); Salamon, Hagar, The Hyena People: Ethiopian Jews in Christian Ethiopia, (Berkeley, )Cited by: 2. The Hyena People Hagar Salamon The Jews (Falasha) of northwestern Ethiopia are a unique example of a Jewish group living within an ancient, non-Western, predominantly Christian society.

Hagar Salamon presents the first in-depth study of this group, called the 'Hyena people' by.Book listing pages for Contraversions: Critical Studies in Jewish Literature, Culture, and Society titles.The Evolution of the Ethiopian Jews: A History of the Beta Israel (Falasha) to Philadelphia, A comprehensive history.

Salamon, Hagar. The Hyena People: Ethiopian Jews in Christian Ethiopia. Los Angeles, A reconstruction of Jewish life in Ethiopia based on interviews conducted in Israel.

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