Travels in Jewish Anthropology

By Matti Bunzl

Association for Jewish Studies (AJS), Fall 2003

The author claims that every Jewish Studies program needs an anthropologist. He argues that anthropologists are uniquely positioned to enhance Jewish studies pedagogy. In particular, he sees three domains where anthropological expertise can make a real difference: comparison, ethnography, and focus on the present.

Topic: Culture, Higher Education, Scholarship, Academic Research

Name of Publication: AJS Perspectives: The Magazine of the Association for Jewish Studies

Volume/Issue: Fall 2003

Page Number(s): 14-16

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Genre: Other

Coverage: United States

Language: English

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Bibliographic Information:
Bunzl, Matti. Travels in Jewish Anthropology. AJS Perspectives: The Magazine of the Association for Jewish Studies. Association for Jewish Studies (AJS). Fall 2003: 14-16. http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=2063


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