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    Yulia Egorova | Herbert D. Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies

    Or at least that is what the tribe of the Bene Ephraim and its Israeli discoverers and now the state of Israel want to claim. Yulia Egorova and Shahid Perwez's extraordinarily careful and respectful account of how the Bene Ephraim become Jewish, how they begin in their lives to fulfill the expectations of those still seeking the Lost Tribes to fulfill the Biblical prophecy of the ingathering of the Jews, is not only brilliant field anthropology but a compelling account of how parallel needs create complex and real identities.

    A must have for those in Jewish Studies and beyond. Her research interests include anthropology of Jewish communities and the relationship between science and religion.

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    He has conducted ethnographic research involving long periods of fieldwork in Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Bihar. His research has explored issues of gender, health, social mobilization, religion and caste in India.