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  • Kinship, Territory, and the Nation in the Historiography of Ancient Israel.
    Grosby, Steven (1993)
    Zeitschrift für die altestamentliche Wissenschaft 105:1: 3-18.

    Sees the historical emergence of Hebrew nationhood as dependent on a territorially based extension of a religious identity in the 7th & 6th centuries B.C.E.

    Associated Search Terms: Territoriality; Hebrew; Nation
  • A Mystic-Messianic Interpretation of Modern Israeli History: The Six-Day War in the Religious Culture of Gush Emunim.
    Aran, Gideon (1988)
    Studies in Contemporary Jewry 4: 263-275. [Also in Shlomo A. Deshen, Charles S. Liebman, and Moshe Shokeid (eds.), Israeli Judaism. The Sociology of Religion in Israel (New Brunswick, New Jersey: Transation, 1995), pp. 197-219]

    With the 1967 war, religiously Jewish land, & hence religion, entered Israel's identity.

    Associated Search Terms: Jewish, Israel; Israel; Gush Emunim; Territory; Identity
  • Kabloona and Eskimo in the Central Keewatin.
    Vallee, F.G. (1971)
    In Bernard R. Blishen, Frank E. Jones, Kaspar D. Naegele, and John Porter (eds.) Canadian Society. Sociological Perspectives. Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, pp. 360-370.

    Based on 1959-60 field work in the central arctic, primarily in the Baker Lake region; notes religious diversity among the Inuit.

    Associated Search Terms: Participant observation; Canada, Northwest Territory, Baker Lake region; Native Canadians; Inuit
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