Juifs de Tunisie/ Jews of Tunisia

Dora Carpenter-Latiri (Editor), Lotfi Ben Rejeb, Joy A. Land, Lucille Cairns

Research output: Book/ReportBook - edited

Abstract

This special issue of the Revue CELAAN Review is dedicated to the memory of Paul Sebag (1919-2004), and bears the name of one of his most remarkable reference texts, Les Juifs de Tunisie. A prestigious figure, historian, sociologist , linguistician, geographer, one of the founders of the University of Tunis, Sebag was a key figure and pioneer of 20th century Tunisia who inspired generations of researchers. A French national born in Tunisia with Tunisian-Jewish roots, Sebag dedicated his life to research and more particularly to establishing and building up knowledge about the land of his birth.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationNew York, USA
PublisherCELAAN Review with the support of Skidmore College
Number of pages188
Volume7
ISBN (Print)1547-1942
Publication statusPublished - 2009

Publication series

NameCELAAN (formally Revue CELFAN Review)

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Jews
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Bibliographical note

Carpenter-Latiri also contributed the introduction chapter to this volume.

Keywords

  • jews
  • Tunisia
  • Sebag
  • CELAAN
  • minorities
  • Arab world
  • Judaism

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Carpenter-Latiri, D. (Ed.), Ben Rejeb, L., Land, J. A., & Cairns, L. (2009). Juifs de Tunisie/ Jews of Tunisia. (CELAAN (formally Revue CELFAN Review)). New York, USA: CELAAN Review with the support of Skidmore College.
Carpenter-Latiri, Dora (Editor) ; Ben Rejeb, Lotfi ; Land, Joy A. ; Cairns, Lucille. / Juifs de Tunisie/ Jews of Tunisia. New York, USA : CELAAN Review with the support of Skidmore College, 2009. 188 p. (CELAAN (formally Revue CELFAN Review)).
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Carpenter-Latiri, D (ed.), Ben Rejeb, L, Land, JA & Cairns, L 2009, Juifs de Tunisie/ Jews of Tunisia. CELAAN (formally Revue CELFAN Review), vol. 7, CELAAN Review with the support of Skidmore College, New York, USA.

Juifs de Tunisie/ Jews of Tunisia. / Carpenter-Latiri, Dora (Editor); Ben Rejeb, Lotfi; Land, Joy A.; Cairns, Lucille.

New York, USA : CELAAN Review with the support of Skidmore College, 2009. 188 p. (CELAAN (formally Revue CELFAN Review)).

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