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Contemporary Sephardic Identity in the Americas: An Interdisciplinary Approach

This collection of eleven essays explores the identity of a small minority within a minority, the Sephardi/Mizrahi Jewish community in the Americas.

The Zohar: Pritzker Edition, Volume Twelve (Zohar: The Pritzker Editions)

The Zohar: Pritzker Edition, Volume Twelve (Zohar: The Pritzker Editions)

IU Press: Q&A with Samuel Schalkowsky on The Clandestine History of the Kovno Jewish Ghetto Police

Q&A with Samuel Schalkowsky on The Clandestine History of the Kovno Jewish Ghetto Police

The Clandestine History of the Kovno Jewish Ghetto Police by Anonymous members of the Kovno Jewish Ghetto Police

The Holocaust wiped out East European Jewry and the way of life of millions of peasants, small merchants, craftsmen, peddlers—ordinary people.

The Holocaust wiped out East European Jewry and the way of life of millions of peasants, small merchants, craftsmen, peddlers—ordinary people.

Ladino-English/English-Ladino Concise Dictionary by Elli Kohen and Dahlia Kohen-Gordon

Ladino-English/English-Ladino Concise Dictionary by Elli Kohen and Dahlia Kohen-Gordon

An important and indispensable source for those who want to make an informed judgment on what happened in Hungary in the spring and summer of 1944.

The Kasztner Report: The Report of the Budapest Jewish Rescue Committee,

A Book that was Lost: Thirty Five Stories

Agnon, the eminent and prolific Hebrew writer and Nobel Laureate has been relatively inaccessible to English-speaking audiences, though required reading in Israeli classrooms.

In this brief memoir the author attempts to come to terms with the psychological scarring she experienced as a child during the 1950s and 1960s while living in Pittsburgh and then suburban Washington.

In this brief memoir the author attempts to come to terms with the psychological scarring she experienced as a child during the and while living in Pittsburgh and then suburban Washington.

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Baruch (Benedictus) Spinoza, who was known as The Heretic of Amsterdam in his time, has come to be thought of today as a great thinker and forerunner of modern Jewish philosophy.

A Map of the Lost World by Rick Hilles '96SOA

A Map of the Lost World [Rick Hilles]. The poems that make up A Map of the Lost World range from tightly-wrought shorter lyrics to longer autobiographical narratives to patterns of homage (in several forms) of poets that Hilles admires and emulates (

Europe on Trial evaluates the almost universal failure during the Second World War to live up to the standards of humanity in the face of brutality, opportunities for theft, and lack of empathy for others.

Europe on Trial: The Story of Collaboration, Resistance, and Retribution during World War II by István Deák

An examination of Western Jews' contributions to India.

Western Jews in India by Kenneth X.

"The tricky part is what defines "identity." Some separate religion from ethnicity; others embrace Judaism as a religion and culture.  Such tensions are explored in Kwall's meticulously researched book, which covers Jewish law, cultural analysis, biblical history, women, Israel and identity in a post-Holocaust world." Fern Siegel reviews 'The Myth of the Cultural Jew' in Huffington Post #judaism #culture #religion

The Myth of the Cultural Jew: Culture and Law in Jewish Tradition by Roberta Rosenthal Kwall

Letters to Talia is not based on a pile of love letters. Except it is. Though not the kind between a man and a woman in love with one another.

Letters to Talia, a rich dialogue of actual let­ters sent between a religious Israeli soldier and a secular teenage kibbutz girl, provides a glimpse into the tensions that separated religious and secular Israeli cultures in the

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