Table of contents for Memory, oblivion, and Jewish culture in Latin America / edited by Marjorie Agos.

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Section I. Sephardim in Our Memory
Reyes Coll-Tellechea, Remembering Sepharad
Angelina Múñiz Huberman, The Sephardic Legacy
Section II. Journeys
David Brailovsky, Tuesday Is a Good Day
Murray Baumgarten, My Panama
Sandra McGee Deutsch, A Journey through My Life and Latin American Jewish Studies
Section III. The Paradox of Communities
Graeme Mount, Chile and the Nazis
Diana Anhalt, "Are You Sure They're Really Jewish?" A Selective History of Mexico City's Beth Israel Community Center
Adina Cimet, Dancing around the Political Divide: Between the "Legal" and the "Regal" in the Mexican Jewish Community
Section IV. A Literature of Transformation
Naomi Lindstrom, The Heterogeneous Jewish Wit of Margo Glantz
Rhonda Dahl Buchanan, Preserving the Family Album in Letargo by Perla Suez
Section V. Culture, History, and Representation
Stephen A. Sadow, Lamentations for the AMIA: Literary Responses to Communal Trauma
Raanan Rein, Nationalism, Education, and Identity: Argentine Jews and Catholic Religious Instruction, 1943\-1955
Darrell B. Lockhart, From Gauchos judíos to _dishe mames posmodernas: Popular Jewish Culture in Buenos Aires
David William Foster, Gabriel Valansi: Neoliberal Nights in Buenos Aires
Ruth Behar, While Waiting for the Ferry to Cuba: Afterthoughts about Adio Kerida

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Jews -- Latin America -- History.
Sephardim -- Latin America -- History.
Jews -- Latin America -- Social life and customs.
Jews -- Latin America -- Personal narratives.
Jews -- Latin America -- Social conditions.
Latin America -- Ethnic relations.