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Jewish immigrants to America, as well as their endeavors, from
1654 through 1920s.
K
atz
, E
l ih u
,
and
G
ur ev itch
, M
ic h a e l
.
The secularization of leisure:
culture and commun ication in Israel.
Cambridge, Mass., Harvard
University Press, 1976. 288 p.
Examination of the viability of traditional forms of leisure, e.g.
Sabbath, holidays, study and assembly, in modern Israel.
K
a u fm a n
, W
il l ia m
.
Con temporary Jewish ph ilosophers.
New York,
Reconstructionist Foundation and Behrman, 1975. 276 p.
Paperback reprint.
K
a u fm a n n
, W
alt er
.
Re lig ion in four d imensions, ex is ten tia l and
aesthetic, historical and comparative .
New York, Reader’s Digest
Press, 1976. 490 p.
Text and photographs. Includes several chapters on Judaism.
K
egan
, R
obert
.
The sw ee ter welcome: voices fo r a vision of affirma­
tion; Be llow , Ma lamud and Martin Buber.
Needham Hights,
Mass., Humanitas Press, 1976. 169 p. Paperbound.
Work reflects unique approach in literary criticism.
K
ertzer
, M
orris
N . T e l l me, rabbi.
New York, Bloch, 1976. 196 p.
Reminiscences reflective of special experiences in rabbinic work.
K
essner
, T
h om a s
.
The go lden door: Ita lian and Jewish imm igran t
m ob ility in N ew York C ity 1880-1915.
New York, Oxford Uni­
versity Press, 1977. 224 p.
Comparative study of the process of upward mobility by the
two ethnic groups.
K
in er
, E
lward
D., and
S
h u b
, N
o rm a n
.
Feeling Judaism: in terper­
sonal exp lora tions in to values.
Columbus, O., Eleanor and Jack
Resler Publications Fund for Temple Israel, 1976. 131 p.
Ethical themes for discussion and study from the point of view
of Judaism.
K
lau sner
, A
b raham
J.
T he b icen tenn ia l Passover Haggadah.
Yonkers,
N.Y., Emanuel Press, 1976. 57 p.
K
n igh t
, D
ouglas
A . ,
ed.
T rad ition and theology in the O ld Testa­
men t.
Philadelphia, Fortress Press, 1977. 336 p.
Collection of essays by scholars of the “traditio-historical” meth­
od in O.T. research.
K
n o p p
, J
o se ph in e
Z
adovsky
.
The tria l of Judaism in con temporary
Jewish w riting .
Urbana, University of Illinois, 1975. 164 p.
Analysis of selected fiction by some contemporary writers to
determine their uniquely Jewish character.
K
oestler
, A
rth ur
.
The th irteen th tribe: the Khazar emp ire and its
heritage.
New York, Random House, 1976. 255 p.
Offers unique interpretation concerning the origin and history