Film, Video The Long Presence of French & German Immigrants on the Mississippi
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- The Long Presence of French & German Immigrants on the Mississippi
- Anny Bloch-Raymond discusses the French-Jewish communities along the Mississippi River and the issue of belonging.
- Event Date
- December 08, 2010
- - French scholar Anny Bloch-Raymond holds a doctorate in social sciences from the University Marc Bloch in Strasbourg, France, and a master's degree in American civilization from the University of Paris VII. She is an ethno-sociologist and a member of the National Center of Scientific Research, or CNRS. She currently teaches Jewish culture at the University of Toulouse Le Mirail and in the Institute of Jewish Studies.
- Related Resources
- African & Middle Eastern Division: https://www.loc.gov/rr/amed/
- Running Time
- 54 minutes
- Online Format
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