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JEWISH BOOK ANNUAL
T
a n e n b a u m
, M
a rc
H.,
W
i l s o n
, M
a r v in
R. and
R
u d i n
,
A.
J
a m e s
,
eds.
Evangelicals and Jews in conversation on Scrip ture, theo logy and
history.
Grand Rapids, Mich., Baker Book House 1978. 326 p.
Scholarly exchanges at d ialog between the two groups.
W
ie s e l
, E
l i e
.
Four Hasid ic masters and the ir struggle against m e lan ­
choly.
Notre Dame, Ind., University of Notre Dame Press, 1978.
130 p.
W
i n e
, S
h e r w in
T .
H um an is tic Judaism .
Buffalo, N.Y., Prometheus
Books, 1978. 121 p.
Defin ition and clarification of the ideology of Humanistic
Judaism.
W
o l f s o n
, H
a r r y
A
u s t r y n
.
Repercussions of the Ka lam in Jewish
ph ilosophy .
Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, 1979.
Author’s companion work to his
Philosophy of Ka lam
in which
he scrutinizes Jewish elaboration, adaptation, qualification and
criticism of Islamic ideas.
SOC IAL STUD IES
A
r e n d t
, H
a n n a h
.
The Jews as pariah: Jewish id en t i ty and po litics
in the modern age.
New York, Grove Press, 1978. 288 p.
Collection of essays and letters, 1942-1966, ed. by Ron H.
Feldman.
B
a y o r
, R
o n a l d
H.
Neighbors in conflict: the Irish, Germans, Jews,
and Italians of N ew York C ity, 1929-1941.
Baltimore, Johns H op ­
kins University Press, 1978. 232 p.
Study in intergroup relationships during the Great Depression
and the early years of World War II.
B
e r g e r
, G
r a n e u m
.
Black Jews in America: a docum en tary with
commentary.
New York, Commission on Synagogue Relations,
Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York, 1978. 218 p.
Paperbound.
B
r y m
, R
o b e r t
J.
The Jewish in te lligen tsia and Russian Marxism :
sociological study of in te llec tua l radicalism and ideo log ica l d ive r­
gence.
New York, Schocken, 1978. 157 p.
C
o w a n
, P
a u l
.
The tribes of America.
Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday,
1979. 311 p.
Journalistic exploration of various ethnic, professional and
generational “tribes” which constitute American society.
G
a y
, P
e t e r
.
Freud, Jews and the Germans: masters and v ic tim s in
m odern ist culture.
New York, Oxford University Press, 1978.
289 p.