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Judaic Studies Series

The oldest continuously published series at The University of Alabama Press, and one of the first such series in the country, the Judaic Studies series seeks first-rate work on the history and culture of Jews and their communities both in the Diaspora and in Israel.

 
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An American Rabbi in Korea
Milton J. Rosen, translated and edited by Stanley R. Rosen
Trade Cloth (2004)
978-0-8173-1400-2
$34.95 s
E Book (2009)
978-0-8173-8226-1
$34.95 d
Anna's Shtetl
Lawrence A. Coben
Trade Cloth (2007)
978-0-8173-1527-6
$44.95 s
E Book (2008)
978-0-8173-8131-8
$29.95 d
Quality Paper (2011)
978-0-8173-5673-6
$29.95 s
Argentina and the Jews
by Haim Avni
Quality Paper (2002)
978-0-8173-1180-3
$34.95 s
Between Home and Homeland
Brian Amkraut
Hardcover (2006)
978-0-8173-1513-9
$39.95 s
E Book (2009)
978-0-8173-8162-2
$39.95 d
Birmingham's Rabbi
Mark Cowett
Quality Paper (2003)
978-0-8173-5003-1
$34.95 s
E Book (2009)
978-0-8173-8271-1
$34.95 d
Bulgaria's Synagogue Poets
Edited by Leon J. Weinberger
Quality Paper (1983)
978-0-8173-5623-1
$29.95 s
E Book (2010)
978-0-8173-8329-9
$29.95 d
Business Of Jews In Louisiana, 1840–1875
by Elliott Ashkenazi
Quality Paper (2003)
978-0-8173-1275-6
$29.95 s
Dixie Diaspora
Edited by Mark K. Bauman
Hardcover (2006)
978-0-8173-1504-7
$69.95 s
Quality Paper (2006)
978-0-8173-5291-2
$39.95 s
Dreamer of the Ghetto
by Joseph H. Udelson
Quality Paper (2005)
978-0-8173-5171-7
$39.95 s
Early Synagogue Poets in the Balkans
Edited by Leon J. Weinberger
Quality Paper (1988)
978-0-87820-208-9
$39.95 s