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American-Jewish Non-Fiction
M c C l a i n , E l l e n J a f f e .
Embracing the Stranger: Intermarriage and
the Future of the American Jewish Community.
New York: Basic Books,
1995. 288 p. Bibliog., index.
M a g i d a , A r t h u r
J.
H o w
to be a Perfect Stranger: a Guide to Etiquette in
Other People’s Religious Ceremonies.
Woodstock, VT: Jewish Lights,
1995. 417 p.
M y r o w i t z , C a t h e r i n e
Hall.
Finding a Homefor the Soul: Interviews
with Converts toJudaism.
Northvale, NJ: Aronson, 1995. 386 p. Bibliog.
Nice Jewish Girls: Growing Up in America.
Ed. by Marlene Adler Marks.
New York: Plume, 1996. 292 p.
Essays by 40 contemporary women writers.
Opening the Inner Gates: New Paths in Kabbalah and Psychology.
Ed. by Ed­
ward Hoffman. Boston: Shambhala, 1995. 307 p. Bibliog., index.
O s t o w , M o r t i m e r .
Myth and Madness: the Psychodynamics of Anti­
semitism.
New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction, 1996. 191 p. Bibliog., index.
Readings on Conversion toJudaism.
Ed. by Lawrence J. Epstein. Northvale,
NJ: Aronson, 1995. 201 p. Index.
Rebuilding Jewish Peoplehood: Where do We Go from Here? a Symposium in
the Wake of the Rabin Assassination.
New York: American Jewish Com­
mittee, 1996. 100 p.
R o s e n a k , M i c h a e l .
Roads to the Palace: Jewish Texts and Teaching.
Providence, Rl: Berghahn Books, 1995. 288 p. (Faith and Culture in
Contemporary Education, vol. 1) Bibliog., index.
R u b i n , B a r r y
M.
Assimilation and its Discontents.
1st ed. New York:
Times Books, Random House, 1995. 333 p. Bibliog., index.
Sephardi and Middle EasternJewries: History and Culture in the Modem Era.
Ed. by Harvey El. Goldberg. Bloomington: Indiana Univ. Press, 1996.
346 p. Bibliog., index.
“Published in association with the Jewish Theological Seminary of America,
New York.”
Outgrowth of a conference “Sephardi and Middle EasternJewry in Modern
Times” which took place in Herzliya Pituah, Israel, 13-16 January 1991.
Speaking Out:Jewish Voicesfrom United Germany.
Ed. by Susan Stem. Chi­
cago: Edition Q, 1995. 270 p.
TeachingJewish Civilization: a Global Approach to Higher Education.
Ed. by
Moshe Davis. New York: New York Univ. Press, 1995. 375 p.
Values
,
Interests and Identity: Jews and Politics in a Changing World.
Ed. by
Peter Y. Medding. New York: Published for the Avraham Harman In­
stitute of Contemporary Jewry by Oxford Univ. Press, 1995. 366 p.
(Studies in Contemporary Jewry, 11) Bibliog.