Friday, February 22, 2019

Baker on "Goy"

ANCIENT JEW REVIEW: The Perils of Polarization (Cynthia Baker).
Although my work on the word Jew is never engaged by the authors (apart from an uncomfortable nod in an early footnote), it is clearly Jew that accounts for my invitation to contribute to this forum on a book devoted to Goy. I would be remiss, therefore, if I were to conclude my essay without at least some brief reflections on Goy through the lens of Jew.
Another installment in the AJR forum on Ophir and Rosen-Zvi, Goy, on which more here. For lots of past posts on Cynthia Baker's Jew, including a Marginalia forum, start here and follow the links.

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