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S c h i f fm a n , L a w r e n c e
H.
The Halakhah at Qumran.
Leiden, Brill,
1975. 170 p.
Studies in the general principles of Qumran Halakhah, especially
focusing on the Sabbath law.
S c hm e lz ,
U. O.;
G l ik s o n ,
P., and
G o u ld , S.
J., eds.
Studies in Jewish
demography: survey for 1969-1971.
Jerusalem-London, Institute of
Jewish Affairs, 1975. 354 p.
Sequence to Jewish Population Studies, 1961-1968, both publica­
tions aiming to review research in Jewish demography all over
the world.
S c h o lem , G e rsh om .
On the Kabbalah and its symbolism.
New York,
Schocken Books, 1975. 224 p. Paperbound reprint.
---- , ed.
Zohar—the Book of Splendor: readings from the Kabbalah.
New York, Schocken Books, 1975. 128 p. Paperbound reprint.
S h a c h e r , I s a ia h .
The Jewish year with 48 plates.
Leiden, Brill, 1975.
39 p. Paperbound.
Iconographic survey of ceremonial objects of the Sabbath and
holidays of the Jewish year.
S h a p i ro , D av id S.
Studies in Jewish thought: vol. I.
New York, Yeshiva
University, 1975. 434 p.
Collection of essays on aspects of Judaism.
S h a r o t , S te p h e n .
Judaism a sociology.
New York, Holmes
8c
Meier,
1976. 224 p.
Study on the Jewish role in Western society, the relation
between religion and culture, and Jewish adaptations to various
societal conditions.
S h a z a r , R a c h e l K a t z e l s o n ,
ed.
The plough woman: memoirs of the
pioneer women.
Trans, by Maurice Samuel. New York, Pioneer
Women and Herzl Press, 1975. 300 p. Paperbound.
New edition of memoirs by pioneering women in Palestine
with introduction by Marie Syrkin.
S h e rm a n , A r n o ld .
The Druse.
Tel
A v iv ,
Bazak Israel Guidebook,
1975. 128 p.
Journalistic description of Druse background and life.
S h u lv a s s , Moses
A.
Jewish culture in Eastern Europe: the classical
period.
New York, Ktav, 1975. 180 p.
Describes cultural tensions of Eastern European Jewry, and the
creativity that resulted from these tensions, from the beginnings
of the respective communities to the first decades of the 17th
century.
S ib b e t t , Edw a rd ,
ed.,
Jewish greeting cards for all occasions.
New
York, Dover Publications, 1975. unp.
Collection of designs for greeting cards.