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J
e w i s h
B
o o k
A
n n u a l
G.
K
r e s s e l
,
editor of a three volume work on the writings of
Nahum Sokolow, with introduction by the editor.
D
o r o t h y
K . K
r i p k e
,
author of Jewish juveniles; lecturer.
D
r
. S
o l
L
i p t z in
,
professor of Comparative Literature, City
College, New York; author of
Generation of Decision,
and
other works.
Y
u d e l
M
a r k
,
consultant for Yiddish schools, Jewish Education
Committee of New York; editor,
Yiddishe Shprakh,
Yivo;
editor,
The Great Dictionary of the Yiddish Language.
D
r
. J
udah
N
a d ic h
,
rabbi, Park Avenue Synagogue, New York;
author of
Eisenhower and the Jews;
editor and translator
of
The Flowering of Modern Hebrew Literature,
by Me-
nachem Ribalow; editor of
Al Halakhah v’Agadah,
by
Louis Ginzberg.
D
r
. S
h l o m o
N
o b l e
,
research secretary, Yivo Institute for Jewish
Research.
R
a b b i
H
e r b e r t
P
a r z en
,
research associate, Theodor Herzl In­
stitute.
D
a n i e l
P
e r s k y
,
author of several Hebrew books; columnist of
Hadoar;
humorist, Hebrew philologist.
D
r
. I
sa iah
R
a b in o v ic h
,
associate professor of Hebrew Literature,
College of Jewish Studies, Chicago; author of books on
world and Hebrew literature; short story writer.
M
e l e c h
R
a v it c h
,
author of literary essays, including
Mein Lex-
sikon
(3 vols.) and
Lider fun Meine Lider;
recipient of the
LaMed Prize in 1955.
H
a im
S
c h w a r z b a u m
,
government archivist, Israel; scientific sec­
retary to the World Centre for Jewish Folklore Research,
Tel Aviv; author of
Studies in Jewish and World Folklore;
The Jewish and Moslem Versions of Some Theodicy
Legends; The Over-Crowded Earth
and other studies.
Dr.
E
zra
S
p ic e h a n d l e r
,
associate professor, Hebrew Literature,
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, Cin­
cinnati.
Dr. A. A lan Steinbach, author of eight books including two
volumes of poetry; president of Jewish Book Council of
America; editor of
Jewish Book Annual;
rabbi, Temple
Ahavath Sholom, Brooklyn, N. Y.
D
r
. A
aron
A . S
t e in b e r g
,
head of the Cultural Department of the
World Jewish Congress; formerly professor of philosophy
in Russia; cooperated closely with Simon Dubnow both in
Petrograd (1918-1922) and in Berlin (1923-1933); his writ­
ings include five papers and essays on Dubnow.
R
a b b i
T
h eo d o r e
W
i e n e r
,
Hebraica librarian, Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of Religion, Cincinnati.