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The Spring 2012 issue of the Jewish Review of Books is now available online.

The Spring 2012 issue of the Jewish Review of Books is now available online.

Bearing Witness: A Personal Perspective on Sixty Years of Polish History

This book contains a wealth of dramatic detail, including a vivid account of how the author, who has Jewish roots, survived the Holocaust as a child.

The Book of Conviviality in Exile (Kitāb al-īnās bi-ʾl-jalwa)

affords access to the first-known personalized, rationalistic Jewish commentary on this biblical book.

It brings to life the true stories of six exotic visions of a Jewish home outside the biblical land of Israel.

Adam Rovner on territorialism and the most viable Jewish homeland outside of Israel

About this decisive turning point in Jewish Argentine history—examining the ongoing impact of this violence and the impunity that followed

Landscapes of Memory and Impunity: The Aftermath of the AMIA Bombing in Jewish Argentina - Jewish Books

The 750-year epic tale of the Backenroth family, is an engaging, scrupulously researched narrative history of Jewish life since the Middle Ages.

The epic tale of the Backenroth family, is an engaging, scrupulously researched narrative history of Jewish life since the Middle Ages.

focuses on some key elements, in particular the term "occupation" which tends to be disingenuously applied to the Israel-Palestine relationship.

The Zionist Entity The Jewish State In The Century, Levy

20% at Feldheim this week.

at Feldheim this week.

To explore the language and the folklore of the Jewish İstanbul as it was once experienced by the multilingual and multicultural Jewish children of Istanbul

Jewish İstanbul - A Collection of Memoirs and Illustrations by Roz Kohen - Jewish Books

The Research Libraries, Archives, and Special Collections Division of the Association of Jewish Libraries (AJL) is very pleased to announce the winner of its 2012 Judaica Bibliography Award.  The winner is Bibliographia Karaitica published by Brill.

The Research Libraries, Archives, and Special Collections Division of the Association of Jewish Libraries (AJL) is very pleased to announce the winner of its 2012 Judaica Bibliography Award. The winner is Bibliographia Karaitica published by Brill.

Barricades and Banners: The Revolution of 1905 and the Transformation of Warsaw Jewry

Argues that the metropolitanization of Jewish life led to a need for new forms of community and that gave birth to the new institutions, organizations

Jewish Ludmir: The History and Tragedy of the Jewish Community of Volodymyr-volynsky: a Regional History (Jews of Poland)

Jewish Ludmir: The History and Tragedy of the Jewish Community of Volodymyr-volynsky: a Regional History (Jews of Poland)

Jewish Voices in Feminism: Transnational Perspectives

To present a philosophical and historical analysis of the intersection between contemporary Jewish dilemmas and feminism and its impact on Jewish thinking

A fresh perspective on several central questions in Jewish intellectual, social, and religious history from the eighteenth century to the present

New Studies of the Modern Jewish Experience, Robert Seltzer

The Soul of Jewish Social Justice

Readers will discover how the Jewish social justice ethos can help address issues of education reform, ethical consumption, the future of Israel.

The book is a compilation of over 100 poems by American and Israeli poets, all in English (some translated). The poems speak of: love, loss, family relationships, death, alienation, war, and renewal.

Professor of English and student of poetry and Judaism has collected modern Jewish poems (none older than 50 years), all in English (some in translation).

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