JAHER

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JAHERJapanese Association of Higher Education Research
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(22) According to Frederic Cople Jaher, the eroticization of assimilation reached its apotheosis in post-World War II fiction and was closely associated with the trope of the self-hating Jew; in novels by writers such as Philip Roth, the male protagonist's lust for a non-Jewish woman, or shiksa, was equated with a desire to rid himself of Jewish difference and to elevate his status in order to be accepted by the gentile majority.
Examining "Hollywood's India" in the late 30s, Frederic Cople Jaher and Blair B.
(15.) For examples, see Jervis Anderson, "Black Heavies," American Scholar 47.3 (Summer 1978) 387-395; or Frederick Jaher, "White America Views lack Johnson, Joe Louis and Muhammad Ali," Sport in America: New Historical Perspectives, ed.
On the occasion, the tribal god, Maarang Buru, and goddess, Jaher Ayo, are worshipped with other deities at the Jaher.
In examining the role of Aboan, the hero's firebrand lieutenant, in Thomas Southerne's Oroonoko, Diana Jaher explores the endemic problem of trying to reconcile masculinist virtue with the exploitation of African slaves.
Maran Buru, ancestor spirits and spirits of the sacred grove (jaher bongas) are especially remembered and revered during marriage ceremonies.
Most notable among these is the growing trend among church leaders to name or baptize such ecclesiastical institutions as churches, parishes, and priests' residences as "Jesu Jaher" (Jesus' grove).
For American elites, see Digby Baltzell, Philadelphia Gentlemen: The Making of a National Upper Class (Philadelphia, 1979); Frederic Cople Jaher, The Urban Establishment: Upper Strata in Boston, New York, Charleston, Chicago, and Los Angeles (Urbana, 1982); David C.
Class and Culture in an Industrializing City, 1877--1919 (Albany: SUNY Press, 1984); Frederick Jaher, The Urban Establishment: Upper Strata in Boston, New York, Charleston, Chicago, and Los Angeles (Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 1982).