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Savyon Liebrecht has a collection of short stories: "What Am I Speaking, Chinese?" He Said To Her.
Would the student consider expanding her inquiry to film?
Noodle is about an Israeli woman who helps her undocumented, deported Chinese housekeeper reunite with the son she leaves in Israel.
There seem to be a few short "documentaries," made as hasbara or news features, and I *think* the documentary, No.17, goes into communities of Chinese immigrants in Israel.
Would you share a bibliography if one is created?
For the question of Prof. Rivka Ulmer, regarding a student who wants to work on "Perceptions of Chinese people in Modern Israeli Literature" - Is there anything concerning this topic in Israeli literature?
Postdoctoral Fellowship, Crown Family Center for Jewish and Israel Studies, Northwestern University
The editors of Southern Jewish History, the annual peer-reviewed journal of the Southern Jewish Historical Society, announce publication of Volume 21. The journal has been published each fall since 1998.
The new volume includes the following articles and features:
Research Query: One of my students wants to work on "Perceptions of Chinese people in Modern Israeli Literature"; the student is fluent in Modern Hebrew (and Cantonese). The only mention of China/Chines seems to be in a translation of Yiddish literature into Hebrew. Is there anything concerning this topic in Israeli literature?