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JEWISH BOOK ANNUAL
Bantam, 1981. 453 p. Paperbound.
“A creative approach to raising kids.”
Studies of the third wave: recent migration o f SovietJews to the United States.
Ed.
by Dan N. Jacobs and Ellen Frankel Paul. Boulder, Colo., Westview
Press, 1981. 176 p.
MI SCELLANEOUS
A
l tm a n n
, A
l e x a n d e r
.
Essays in Jewish intellectual history.
Hanover, N.H.,
Brandeis University Press, 1981. 324 p.
American Academyf o r Jewish Research. Proceedings. Vol. XLVIII.
Jerusalem,
1981. XLIV, 323 p. Hebrew section, 35 p.
American Jew ish Year Book, vol. 8 2 .
New York, American Jewish
Committee/Phila., Jewish Publication Society, 1981. 453 p.
Ben-Ami,
I
s s a c h a r
,
ed.
The Sephardi and Oriental Jewish heritage; studies.
Jerusalem, The Magnes Press, 1982. 612 p.
Central Conference of American Rabbis ninety-second annual convention, vol.
XCI.
Ed. by Elliot L. Stevens. New York, Central Conference o f
American Rabbis, 1982. 389 p.
Record o f convention held in Jerusalem, June 23-28, 1981.
D
a n
, J
o se ph
and
T
a lm ag e
, F
r a n k
,
eds.
Studies in Jewish mysticism.
Cam­
bridge, Mass., Association for Jewish Studies, 1982. 220 p.
Proceedings o f regional conferences at the University o f Califor­
nia, Los Angeles, and McGill University in April 1978.
D
a n n
, J
a ck
,
ed.
More wandering stars: an anthology of Jewish fantasy and
science fiction.
Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1981. 180 p.
G
ross
, D
a v id
C.
The Jewish people’s almanac.
Garden City, N.Y., Double­
day, 1981. 597 p.
Information on laws, customs, superstitions, holidays, weddings,
etc. among Jews in all lands.
H
e im ow ic s
, R
a ch el
B
a r o n
.
The Chicago Jewish source book.
Chicago, Follett
Publishing, 1981. 336 p. Paperbound.
K
a l e c h o f s k y
, R
o b e r t
& R
o b e r t a
,
eds.
South A frican Jew ish voices.
Marblehead, Mass., Micah Publications, 1982. 269 p. Paperbound.
Number two in the “Echad” series, a global anthology o f contem­
porary Jewish writing.
K
o d e s h
, S
h l o m o
.
Hebrew as a spoken language; ideologies and implementations.
New York, Tarbuth Foundation/Ktav, 1982. 224 p.
Deals with methodology o f teaching and motivating students.
K
urzw e il
, A
r t h u r
.
From generation to generation: how to trace your Jexvish
genealogy and personal history.
New York, Schocken, 1982. 353 p.
L
e v in e
, L
ee
I., ed.
The Jerusalem cathedra: studies in the history, archeology,
geography and ethnography o f the Land o f Israel.
Jerusalem, Yad Izhak
Ben-Zvi Institute, 1981. 362 p.