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Title Blacks and Jews on the couch : psychoanalytic reflections on Black-Jewish conflict / edited by Alan Helmreich and Paul Marcus.

Published Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 1998.

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bund  305.896073 BLAC {Bund71 20190110}    AVAILABLE
Physical description x, 229 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Notes Based on a conference which took place on May 7, 1995.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Preface / Paul Marcus -- Introduction: Black-Jewish Conflict / Alan Helmreich and Paul Marcus -- 1. Time Line of Black-Jewish Relations / Alan Helmreich and Paul Marcus -- 2. Black-Jewish Conflict and the Regions of the Mind / Alan Helmreich and Paul Marcus -- 3. If I Am You, Then You Are ... Fake / C. Fred Alford -- 4. Black Liberation and the Jewish Question / E. Victor Wolfenstein -- 5. Black Myths and Black Madness: Is Black Antisemitism Different? / Mortimer Ostow -- 6. Ruptures in Time: The Branch That Holds the Fork in African American and Jewish American History / Maurice Apprey and Howard F. Stein -- 7. "Unlearning Racism" at Women's Music Festivals / Cynthia Burack and Bonnie J. Morris -- 8. Speaking the Unspeakable / Aisha Abbasi -- 9. Sharing the Mark of Cain: The Jewish and African American Communities in America / A. Michele Morgan -- 10. The Conflict Between Blacks and Jews: A Lacanian Analysis / Mark Bracher.
11. Black-Jewish Relations: A Social and Mythic Alliance / Lee Jenkins -- 12. Some Practical Psychoanalytically Informed Suggestions for Communal Leaders for Improving Black-Jewish Relations / Alan Helmreich and Paul Marcus.
Other author Marcus, Paul, 1953-
Helmreich, Alan, 1974-
Subject African Americans -- Relations with Jews -- Psychological aspects.
Psychoanalysis -- Social aspects -- United States.
ISBN 0275956660 (alk. paper)