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of known copies. Author/title index includes gazeteer o f publishers
and printers under place of publication.
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Contemporary Jewish Ethics: a Bibliographical Sur­
Westport, Conn.: Greenwood, 1985. xi, 213 p. (Bibliographies
and Indexes in Religious Studies; no. 6)
Contains 666 entries, fully annotated, of books and journal ar­
ticles in English, Western languages and Hebrew. Divided into
introductory survey, bibliographical survey and four topical chap­
ters. Author, title, and subject indexes.
Breslauer, S. Daniel.
Modern Jewish Morality: a Bibliographical Survey.
Westport, Conn.: Greenwood, 1986. x, 239 p. (Bibliographies and
Indexes in Religious Studies; no. 8)
Companion volume to above. Introductory survey followed by
bibliographical survey includes 840 fully annotated entries of
works in Western languages and Hebrew, divided into six sections:
Jewish bio-morality, sexual morality, morality and the family, mo­
rality o f Jewish images, political morality, morality and valuation.
Author, title, and subject indexes.
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, A
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A Bibliography of the Samaritans.
Metuchen, N.J.
& London: The American Theological Library Association &
Scarecrow Press, 1984. xvii, 194 p. (ATLA Bibliography Series;
no. 10)
Includes 2,806 entries, books and articles, with classification
numbers following each entry referring to the subject index. In
European languages with Hebrew and Arabic entries translated
and sometimes romanized.
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l exandra
h eck et
American Synagogue History: A Bibliogra­
phy and State-of-the Field-Survey,
by Alexandra Shecket Korros and
Jonathan D. Sarna. New York: Markus Wiener, 1988. ix, 247 p.
Issued in conjunction with the Center for the Study of the Amer­
ican Jewish Experience, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute
of Religion.
Introduction by Sarna and essay, “The development of the
American synagogue” by Daniel J. Elazar precede bibliographies
of secondary sources, of American synagogue and community his­
tories and of American synagogue architecture. Author index.
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, M
ich a e l
Jewish-Christian Relations: an Annotated Bibliography
and Resource Guide.
Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1988.
xiv, 291 p.
Essay “Educational aspects of the Jewish-Christian dialogue” by
S. Samuel Shermis and Michael Shermis precedes bibliography