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y o t a r d
: jE A N -FR A N g o is ;
trans. from the French by Andreas Michel
and Mark Roberts.
Heidegger an d ‘‘the jew s.”
Minneapolis, MN: Uni­
versity o f Minnesota Press. 1990. xxix, 106 p.
M
a l i n o
, F
r a n c e s
and
D
a v i d
S
o r k in
,
eds.
From East and West: Jews
in a changing Europe 1750-1870 .
Cambridge, MA: Basil Blackwell,
Inc. 1990. xi, 336 p.
M
a r c u s
, J
a c o b
R
a d e r
.
This I believe: documents of Anerican Jewish life.
Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson, Inc. 1990. xxi, 277 p.
Marcus has collected and commented on 91 documents from
American Jewish life dealing with ethics and ideals, such as letters,
ethical wills, and bar mitzvah speeches.
M
a z i a n
, F
l o r e n c e
.
Why genocide? The Armenian and Jewish experiences
in perspective.
Ames, IA: Iowa State University Press. 1990. xiii,
291 p.
M
e y e r
, M
ic h a e l
A.. Jewish identity in the modern world.
Seattle, WA: Uni­
versity o f Washington Press. 1990. ix, 110 p.
The dynamics o f Jewish identity in modern times, focusing on
enlightenment, anti-Semitism, and the sense o f Jewish peoplehood
represented by Zion.
M
ir e l m a n
, V
ic t o r
.
Jewish Buenos Aires, 1890-1930: In search of an iden­
tity.
Detroit,
M I :
Wayne State University Press. 1990. 300 p.
A study o f the first generation o f Argentine-born Jews, giving
special attention to assimilation and acculturation.
M
o o r e
, D
e b o r a h
D
a s h
,
ed.
YIVO Annual, Vol. 19.
Evanston,
IL :
North­
western University Press. 1990. viii, 367 p.
Contributors include Dan Miron, Jack Kugelmass, Paula E.
Hyman, and Jonathan Boyarin.
P
a t a i
, R
a p h a e l
.
The Hebrew goddess: third enlarged edition.
Detroit, MI:
Wayne State University Press. 1990. 368 p.
P
e t s o n k
, J
u d y
and
J
im
R
e m s e n
.
The Intermarriage handbook: a guide
fo rJews and Christians.
New York: Quill/William Morrow. 1991. 4168.
Roi,
Y
a a c o v
and Avi
B
e c k e r
,
The Jewish culture and identity in the Soviet
Union.
New York: New York University Press. 1991. xxii, 482 p.
R
o m a n o f f
, L
e n a
and
L
is a
H
o s t e i n
.
Your people, my people: finding ac­
ceptance and fulfillment as a Jew by choice.
Philadelphia: Jewish Pub­
lication Society. 190. xvii, 280 p.
Information about the choices and potential difficulties sur­
rounding conversion to Judaism.
R
o s e
, P
a u l
L
a w r e n c e
.
Revolutionary antisemitism in Germany: from Kant
to Wagner.
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. 1991. xviii,
389 p.
S
i l b e r s t e i n
, L
a u r e n c e
J .
Martin Buber’s social and religious thought: alien­
ation and the quest fo r meaning.
New York University Press. 1990.
xviii, 358 p.