Moshe ShokeidMoshe Shokeid is a prominent social anthropologist specializing in American and Israeli studies. He has taught in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Tel Aviv University since 1968, and has been a visiting scholar at several universities in the U.S. and Europe. Shokeid has conducted research on topics related to both Israeli and U.S. society. He is the author of six books in English, four books in Hebrew (including two semi-autobiographical books), a few editorial books and many professional journal articles. He was a winner of the Ben-Zvi prize, named after Israel’s second President, who spent his life working to protect Israel's religious and cultural diversity. Provided by Wikipedia
The predicament of homecoming : cultural and social life of North African immigrants in Israel / Shlomo Deshen and Moshe Shokeid.
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Toward an anthropology of nation building and unbuilding in Israel / edited and with an introduction by Fran Markowitz, Stephen Sharot, and Moshe Shokeid ; afterword by Alex Weingr...
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