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organized by topics. Includes articles, journals, congresses, media,
service groups and speakers bureau. Indexes of subjects, names
of organizations, titles, and media.
S
p e c t o r
, S
h e il a
.
Jewish Mysticism: an Annotated Bibliography on the Kab­
balah in English.
New York & London: Garland, 1984. xxvi, 399
p. (Garland Reference Library o f Social Science; v. 210)
Covers a 400 year span o f writings in English about Jewish mys­
ticism from various perspectives. Annotations quoted from refer­
ences themselves. Indexes of primary materials, authors o f sec­
ondary materials, and subjects.
Y
a s s if
, E
li
.Jewish Folklore: an Annotated Bibliography.
New York
8c
Lon­
don: Garland, 1986 xxi, 341 p. (Garland Folklore Bibliographies;
v. 10) (Garland Reference Library of the Humanities; v. 450)
Covers 100 years of Jewish folkloristics, i.e. “scientific attempts
to analyze and understand the folkloric phenomenon.” Contains
1,356 items arranged alphabetically by author. Entries in Hebrew,
Hungarian, Polish, Rumanian, Spanish and Yiddish. Excludes
study of East European Jewish culture and Judeo-Spanish folklore.
Subject index.
SOCIAL ISSUES
B
rew er
, J
oan
S
ch er er
.
Sex and the Modern Jewish Woman: an Annotated
Bibliography.
Fresh Meadows, N.Y.:
B ib l io ,
1986. 37, 88 p.
Two essays, “Sex and the Modern Jewish Woman” by Lynn
Davidman and “Sex and the Jewish Woman in Twentieth Century
Fiction” by Evelyn M. Avery precede the annotated bibliography
which ranges from halakhic views through sexuality at various
ages. Works cited were published between 1960 and 1985. Some
works are cited more than once. Includes list of names and ad­
dresses of organizations that work with women or publish relevant
materials.
C
an to r
, A
v iv a
.
The Jewish Woman, 1900-1985: a Bibliography,
by Aviva
Cantor; with 1983-1986 citations compiled by Ora Hamelsdorf.
2nd. ed. Fresh Meadows, N.Y.: Biblio, 1987. ix, 193 p.
Organized into two sections: an updated version of the first edi­
tion (1979) with errata and addenda, and a “second edition,
1980-1986.” Each section is divided into seven chapters organized
topically and geographically. Books and articles are listed sepa­
rately and include fiction and poetry. All entries are in English.
Name index for both sections.
D
a v is
, L
enw ood
G.
Black-Jewish Relations in the United States, 1952-1984:
a Selected Bibliography.
Westport, Conn.
8c
London: Greenwood,
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