American Jewish Archives Journal Volume L, Numbers 1 & 2 (1998).
by Zola, Gary P., edited by.
American Jewish Archives
Octavo, paper covers, 212 pp., b/w photos, index
Articles on The Work and Legacy of Jacob Rader Marcus: "'Historian of the Jewish Poeple': A Historiographical Reevaluation of the Writings of Jacob Rader Marcus," Lance J. Sussman, "Jacob Rader Marcus, Salo W. baron, and the Publics Need to Know American Jewish History," Jeffrey Gurock, "Jacob Rader Marcus and the Revival of Early American History, 1930-1960," Jon Butler. Articles are "Rabbi Samuel Freuder as a Christian Missionary: American Protestant Premillenialism and an Apostate Returner, 1891-1924," Dana Evan Kaplan, "The Menorah Journal: Yavneh in America, 1945-1950," Lweis fried. Documents are "An Account of the Jews and Judiasm 34 Years in New York (circa 1870) by Zvi Hirsch Bernsein," translated and annotated by Gary P. Zola, "'We Speak and Write This Language Against Our Will,' Jews, Hispanics, and the Dilemma of Ladino-Speaking sephardim in Early Twentieth-Century New York," translated and annotated by Aviva Ben-Ur. With Review Essays, Book Reviews, Short Book Notices and News from the jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives.
Language: English Language
Condition: Very Good
Book Id: 20985