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C O N T R I B U T O R S A ND E D I T O R S
D
in a
A
b r am ow ic z
,
librarian, YIVO Institu te for Jewish
Research, New York.
D
r
. C
h a r le s
B
e r l in
,
Lee M. Friedman bibliographer in Judaica
and head of the Hebrew Division, Harvard College Library,
Cambridge, Mass.
S
h im e o n
B
r i sm a n
,
Hebraica and Judaica bibliographer, Univer­
sity of California, Los Angeles.
D
r
. E
l iza b e th
E . E
p p l e r
,
archivist, World Jewish Congress,
London.
S
o lom o n
F
e f f e r
,
chairman, Department of Hebraic Studies,
Rutgers University, Newark, N. J.
D
r
. W
a l t er
J.
F
isch e l
,
professor of Semitic Languages and
Literature, University of California, Berkeley; author of many
books and monographs on Hebrew and Islamic civilization,
including
The Jews of India
and
Israel in Iran.
D
r
. J
o sh u a
A.
F
i s h m a n
,
on leave from Yeshiva University as senior
specialist, Institute for Advanced Projects, East and West
Center, University of Hawaii.
D
r
. S
o lo m o n
B.
F
r e e h o f
,
rabbi emeritus, Rodef Shalom Temple,
Pittsburgh; author of
Current Reform Responsa, The Res­
ponsa Literature,
and many other books and articles.
D
r
. M
e n a h e m
G . G
l e n n
,
author of
Israel Salanter: Religious-
Ethical Th inker
and other works; contributor to Hebrew,
Yiddish and Jewish-American press.
P
h il ip
G
o o d m a n
,
executive secretary, Jewish Book Council of
America; co-author of
The Jewish Marriage Anthology.
D
r
. R
o bert
G
ord is
,
professor of Bible, Jewish Theological Semi­
nary and professor of Religion at Temple University; his
recent books include
The Book of God and Man: A Study
of Job, Leave a L ittle to God
and the forthcoming
Poet, Pro­
phet and Sage: Essays and Biblical Interpretations.
D
r
. I
rv ing
H
a l p e r in
,
professor of English, San Francisco State
College; contributor to numerous publications.
D
r
. J
aco b
K
a b a k o f f
,
associate professor of Hebrew, Lehman Col­
lege of the City University of New York; author of
Pioneers
of American Hebrew Literature
(Hebrew).
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