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E
is e n b a c h
, A
r t u r
.
The emancipation of the Jews in Poland, 1780-1870.
Cambridge, MA: Blackwell, 1991. 632 p.
F
a u r
, J
o s e
.
In the shadow of history: Jews and Conversos at the dawn of
modernity.
Albany: State University of New York Press, 1992. 311
P-
A portrayal of how converso thinkers of sixteenth century Spain
may have stimulated the emergence of scientific skepticism in mod­
ern Europe. Provides new insights on conversos/marranos.
F
i s c h e l
, J
ack
and
S
a n fo rd
P
in s k e r
,
eds.
Jewish-American history and
culture; an encyclopedia.
New York: Garland, 1991. 800 p.
A reference work on religious institutions, communal organi­
zations, secular activities, cultural contributions, and noted indi­
viduals.
F
r a n k e l
, J
o n a t h a n
,
ed
.Jews and messianism in the modern era.
New York:
Oxford University Press, 1991. 439 p.
Volume seven of the Studies in Contemporary Jewry series, the
annual publication of the Institute of Contemporary Jewry at the
Hebrew University.
F
r e ed m a n
, W
a r r en
E
.Jewish communities around the world: a modern travel
guide.
New York: Shapolsky, 1991. 312 p.
G
ilm a n
, S
a n d e r
L. and
S
t e v e n
T .
K
a t z
.
Anti-Semitism in times of crisis.
New York: New York University Press, 1991. 406 p.
G
r u b e r
, R
u t h
E
l l e n
.
Jewish heritage travel: a guide to Central and Eastern
Europe.
New York: John Wiley, 1992. 288 p.
Includes maps, hotels, kosher restaurants, community centers,
synagogues, cemeteries, museums, and concentration camps.
H
e r t z b e r g
, A
r t h u r
.
Jewish polemics.
New York: Columbia University
Press, 1992. 259 p.
Essays by a widely read political commentator and scholar of
the Jewish experience.
H
u n d e r t
, G
e r sh o n
D
a v id
.
Essential papers on Hasidism: origins topresent.
New York: Columbia University Press, 1991. 546 p.
The selections are by Solomon Maimon, Simon Dubnow,
Benzion Dinur, Gershom Scholem, Louis Jacobs, Martin Buber,
and others.
H
u n d e r t
, G
e r sh o n
D
a v id
.
The Jews in a Polish private town: the case
of Opatow in the eighteenth century.
Baltimore,
M D :
Johns Hopkins
University Press, 1992. 242 p.
A social, demographic, political, and economic study of Jewish
life in Opatow.
H
ym a n
, P
a u l a
E .
Emancipation of the Jews of Alsace: acculturation and
tradition in the Nineteenth Century.
New Haven, CT: Yale University
Press, 1991. 224 p.