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Z e i t l i n , I r v i n g
M.
Ancient Judaism.
Cambridge, Polity Press, 1984.
314 p.
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JEWISH BOOK ANNUAL
SOCIAL STUDIES
A b r a h am s o n , D a v id .
Confessions o f Son o f Sam.
New York, Columbia
University Press, 1985. 245 p.
Psychobiography by the forensic psychiatrist appointed to exam­
ine repeated killer David Berkowitz.
C h a n t i l e s , V i lm a L i a c o u r a s .
The new ethnic food market guide and cook­
book.
New York, Dodd, Mead. 1984. 370 p.
Cook unto others: a gourmet kosher cookbook.
Cincinnati, OH, Hillel Jewish
Student Center, 1984. 140 p.
Includes section on Passover dishes.
D a v id , S u zy .
The Sephardic kosher kitchen.
Middle Village, NY, Jonathan
David, 1984. 228 p.
Recipes popular among Sephardim in Bulgaria.
D a v i s , L e n w o o d
G., ed.
Black Jewish relations in the United States,
1752 -1984 ; a selected bibiography.
Westport, CT, Greenwood Press,
1984. 130 p.
A t te n t io n is f o c u s e d o n J ew ish su p p o r t o f b lack c iv il r igh ts .
D o w n s , D o n a l d A l e x a n d e r .
Nazis in Skokie: freedom, community, and the
f irst amendment.
N o t r e D am e , In d . , U n iv e r s ity o f N o t r e D am e P ress ,
1985. 227 p.
Combines social history with informed legal interpretation.
Fiddler in the kitchen.
Southfield, MI, National Council o f Jewish Women,
Greater Detroit Section, 1984. 190 p.
Collection o f recipes.
Thef irs t international conference on communal living (communes and kibbutzim)
Israel, 1981.
Norwood, PA, Kilbrith Studies Book Series, 1984.
139 p.
The Jewish manual.
New York, Nightingale Books, 1984. 244
p.
Paperbound.
Facsimile o f a Jewish cookbook published in England in 1846.
L ev y , E s t h e r .
Jewish cookery book.
Garden Grove, CA, Pholiota Press,
1984. 210 p.
Facsimile o f First Jewish cookbook published in America —
Philadelphia, 1871.
M i l l e r , Y i s r o e l .
In search of the Jewish woman: a Torah journey.
Spring
Valley,
N Y ,
Philip Feldheim, 1985. 148 p.
Argues for the traditional role o f the Jewish woman as the guard­
ian maintaining balance in her family.
N a s h , H e l e n .
Kosher cuisine.
New York, Random House, 1984. 320 p.