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History o f the Jewish people from the conquest o f Palestine by
Alexander the Great to the revolt o f the Maccabees.
B
u n i m
, A
m o s
.
A fire in the soul.
Jerusalem/New York, Feldheim, 1989.
423 p.
Biography o f author’s father, Irving M. Bunim, and his impact
on American Orthodox Jewry.
B
u r s t i n
, B
a r b a r a
S
t e r n
.
After the Holocaust: the migration o f Polish Jews
and Christians to Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh, University o f Pittsburgh
Press, 1989. 219 p.
C
a h n m a n
, W
e r n e r
J
a c o b
.
German Jewry; its history and sociology.
Ed.
by Joseph B. Maier, et al. New Brunswick, Transaction Books,
1988. 256 p.
C
a r o n
, V
i c k i
.
Between France and Germany: the Jews o f Alsace-Lorraine,
1871-1918 .
Stanford, CA, Stanford University Press, 1988. 278
P-
Deals with impact o f national identification on the process o f
acculturation and integration.
C
h a z a n
, R
o b e r t
.
Daggers o ffaith: thirteenth-century Christian missionizing
and Jewish response.
Berkeley, University o f California Press, 1989.
226 p.
Analysis o f exchanges in polemics between Christians and Jews
in the 12th and 13th centuries.
C
o h e n
, M
a rk
R., ed. and tr.
The autobiography of a seventeenth-century
rabbi: Leon Modena’s “Life ofJudah.”
Princeton, NJ, Princeton Uni­
versity Press, 1988. 308 p.
The autobiography o f Leon Modena (1571-1648) documenting
life in the ghetto o f Venice.
C
o o t e
, R
o b e r t
B. and
O
r d
, D
a v i d
R
o b e r t
.
The Bible’s first history.
Philadelphia, Fortress, 1989. 308 p.
Work about books o f Genesis through Numbers which represent
the Bible’s first history.
D
a n
, J
o s e p h
.
Gershom Scholem and the mystical dimension ofJewish history.
New York, New York University Press, 1988. 334 p.
First paperback edition o f author’s overview o f Jewish mysticism,
plus analysis o f Scholem’s studies o f the subject.
D
a n n
, A
r i e l
,
ed.
The great powers in the Middle East 1919-1939.
New
York, Holmes & Meier, 1989. 434 p.
Record o f international conference, May 24-26, 1982, under
auspices o f the Shiloah Center for Middle Eastern and African
Studies o f Tel Aviv University.
D
o u g l a s
, K
ir k
.
The ragman’s son.
New York, Simon & Schuster, 1988.
510 p.
Autobiography by the renowned actor born Issur Danielovitch
Demsky to an immigrant Russian-Jewish ragman.