Scholars from around the world have been doing intense and profound research on all aspects of Jewish Latin America. The majority of these investigators are or have been active members of the world-wide Latin American Studies Association (LAJSA). They work in history, anthropology, sociology and ethnography. Studies of Jewish literature written in Spanish and Portuguese abound, and there is a growing interest in art and music. Journal articles and doctoral theses appear constantly.
These findings are fascinated. Edited collections and work by single authors describe vibrant and distinct, if often troubled, Jewish cultures in the Latin American Republics.
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