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FABER/AMERICAN JEWISH NON-FICTION BOOKS
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a r n a
, J
o n a t h a n
D .
JP S : the Americanization o f Jewish culture,
1888-1988 .
Philadelphia, PA: Jewish Publication Society, 1989. 430
P-
Work presents history of the Jewish Publication Society from
its founding in 1888 to 1988.
S h a p i r o , C h a im .
G
o
, my son: a young Jewish refugee’s story o f survival.
Jerusalem/New York: Feldheim, 1989. 509 p.
Autobiography by survivor of W.W. II.
S
h a r o n
, A
r iel
and
C
h a n o f f
, D
a v id
.
Warrior: the autobiography of Ariel
Sharon.
New York: Simon & Schuster, 1989. 571 p.
S
ha tzm iller
, J
o s e p h
.
Shylock reconsidered: Jews, moneylending, and me­
dieval society.
Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1990.
255 p.
Study of moneylending in the Middle Ages pointing out that,
alongside resentments, there were many approving expressions of
the practice.
S
h n a y er so n
, M
ich a e l
.
Irwin Shaw; a biography.
New York: G.P. Put­
nam’s, 1989. 447 p.
S
ilv erm an
, R
obert
S.
Jewish athletes’ hall of fame.
New York: Shapolsky,
1989. 203 p.
S
tam p fer
, J
o s h u a
.
Pioneer rabbi o f the West: the life and times of Julius
Eckman.
Portland, OR: Institute of Judaic Studies, 1989. 201 p.
Biography of Rabbi Julius Eckman (1805-1877).
S
t a u b
, E
r v in
.
The roots of evil: the origins of genocide and other group
violence.
New York: Columbia University Press, 1989. 336 p.
Deals with psychology of perpetrators and bystanders in four
historical situations: the Holocaust, the Armenians in Turkey, the
autogenocide in Cambodia, the disappearances in Argentina.
S
t e e b in g
, W
ill iam
H.
J
r
.
Out o f the desert?: archeology and the exodus
/
conquest narratives.
Buffalo, NY: Prometheus, 1989. 265 p.
Assessment o f the relationship between archeological evidence
from Egypt and the biblical stories of the Israelite exodus.
T
ec
, N
ec h am a
.
In the lion’s den: the life of Oswald Rufeisen.
N e w
York:
Oxford University Press, 1990. 279 p.
Biography.
T
o r y
, A
v r a h am
.
Surviving the Holocaust: the Kovno ghetto diary.
Ed. by
Martin Gilbert. Tr. by Jerzy Michalowicz. Cambridge, MA: Har­
vard University Press, 1990. 554 p.
T
r u p in
, S
o p h ie
.
Dakota diaspora; memoirs o f a Jewish homesteader.
Lincoln,
NE: University o f Nebraska Press, 1988. 160 p.
Reprint of book published in Berkeley, CA, in 1984.
W
e in b e r g
, S
t ev e
.
Armand Hammer: the untold story.
Boston, MA: Little,
Brown, 1989. 501 p.