Jewish Studies and the Holocaust

Between Two Homelands

Argentine Migration to and from Israel

Soloveitchik's Children

Irving Greenberg, David Hartman, Jonathan Sacks, and the Future of Jewish Theology in America

We Shall Build Anew

Stephen S. Wise, the Jewish Institute of Religion, and the Reinvention of American Liberal Judaism

Memories of Two Generations

A Yiddish Life in Russia and Texas

Maurice Samuel

Life and Letters of a Secular Jewish Contrarian

Detroit Remains

Archaeology and Community Histories of Six Legendary Places

The Airship


Zionism and the Melting Pot

Preachers, Pioneers, and Modern Jewish Politics

A Final Reckoning

A Hannover Family's Life and Death in the Shoah

Between Dixie and Zion

Southern Baptists and Palestine before Israel

Polacos in Argentina

Polish Jews, Interwar Migration, and the Emergence of Transatlantic Jewish Culture

Cosella Wayne

Or, Will and Destiny

A New Vision of Southern Jewish History

Studies in Institution Building, Leadership, Interaction, and Mobility

Between Home and Homeland

Youth Aliyah from Nazi Germany

An American Rabbi in Korea

A Chaplain's Journey in the Forgotten War

To Stand Aside or Stand Alone

Southern Reform Rabbis and the Civil Rights Movement

Martin Buber's Formative Years

From German Culture to Jewish Renewal, 1897–1909

The Essential Hayim Greenberg

Essays and Addresses on Jewish Culture, Socialism, and Zionism

Nationalizing a Borderland

War, Ethnicity, and Anti-Jewish Violence in East Galicia, 1914–1920

Edgar and Brigitte

A German Jewish Passage to America

In the Shadow of Hitler

Alabama's Jews, the Second World War, and the Holocaust

The Kishinev Ghetto, 1941–1942

A Documentary History of the Holocaust in Romania's Contested Borderlands

For Decades I Was Silent

A Holocaust Survivor's Journey Back to Faith

Jewish Continuity in America

Creative Survival in a Free Society

Stepping Into Zion

Hatzaad Harishon, Black Jews, and the Remaking of Jewish Identity

Escaping Hitler

A Jewish Haven in Chile

Rabbi Max Heller

Reformer, Zionist, Southerner, 1860-1929

Twilight of a Golden Age

Selected Poems of Abraham Ibn Ezra

Once They Had a Country

Two Teenage Refugees in the Second World War

Tormented Master

A Life of Rabbi Nahman of Bratslav

Considering Maus

Approaches to Art Spiegelman's "Survivor's Tale" of the Holocaust

To Come to the Land

Immigration and Settlement in 16th-Century Eretz-Israel

The Song Is Over

A Jewish Girl in Dresden

Samuel Ullman and "Youth"

The Life, the Legacy

My War against the Nazis

A Jewish Soldier with the Red Army

The Quiet Voices

Southern Rabbis and Black Civil Rights, 1880s to 1990s

A Place of Our Own

The Rise of Reform Jewish Camping

Militant Zionism in America

The Rise and Impact of the Jabotinsky Movement in the United States, 1926-1948

Dixie Diaspora

An Anthology of Southern Jewish History

Jewish Prince in Moslem Spain

Selected Poems of Samuel Ibn Nagrela

Dreamer of the Ghetto

The Life and Works of Israel Zangwill

Gone to Another Meeting

The National Council of Jewish Women, 1893-1993


Southern Jewish Identity in Durham-Chapel Hill and North Carolina

The Sephardic Jews of Bordeaux

Assimilation and Emancipation in Revolutionary and Napoleonic France

Nahum Goldman

His Missions to the Gentile

Sephardim in the Americas

Studies in Culture and History

Birmingham's Rabbi

Morris Newfield and Alabama, 1895-1940

Separation of Church and State

Dina de-Malkhuta Dina in Jewish Law

A Century of Jewish Life In Dixie

The Birmingham Experience

This Happy Land

The Jews of Colonial and Antebellum Charleston

Isaac Harby of Charleston, 1788-1828

Jewish Reformer and Intellectual

Argentina and the Jews

A History of Jewish Immigration

"Hear O Israel"

The History of American Jewish Preaching, 1654-1970

Yiddish & English

The Story of Yiddish in America

A Thousand Kisses

A Grandmother's Holocaust Letters

Mothers, Sisters, Resisters

Oral Histories of Women Who Survived the Holocaust

Haim Nahum

A Sephardic Chief Rabbi in Politics, 1892-1923

The Jews in Palestine in the Eighteenth Century

Under the Patronage of the Istanbul committee of Officials for Palestine

The Land Was Theirs

Jewish Farmers in the Garden State

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