California Jews. Ava F. Kahn, Marc Dollinger.

California Jews.

Hanover, New Hampshire: Brandeis University Press, Published by University Press of New England, 2003. First Edition. Hardbound. Quarto in dust jacket, xx, 196 pp., b/w and color illustrations, bibliographical essay, index, an ex-library copy (ink-stamp on the title page, wear from the removal of a library pocket on the inside rear cover). Very Good-. Item #28066
ISBN: 1584650605

Foreword by Moses Rischin. Introduction: "The Other Side," by Kahn and Dollinger. Articles are "The Challenge of Family, Identity, and Affiliations," Bruce Phillips, "Joining the Rush," Kahn, "Early Synagogue Architecture," David Kaufman, "Through the Lens of Latino Jewish Relations," Steven Windmeuller, "Jewish Space and Place in Venice," Amy Hill Shevitz, "'Kibbutz San Fernando,'" Na'ama Sabar, "Ketubot of the Golden State," Robert Saslow, "Civil Rights and Japanese American Incarceration," Ellen Eisenberg, "Jews and Catholics Against Prejudice," William Issel, "From Minyan to Matriculation," Lawrence Baron, "120 Years of Women's Activism," Kahn and Glenna Matthews, "The Counterculture," Dollinger, "Contemporary Art Glass," David and Michelle Plachte-Zuiback, "Shlomo Bardin's 'Eretz' Brandeis," Bruce J. Powell.

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