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Volume 31 of Canadian Jewish Studies (online) The editorial team of Canadian Jewish Studies / Etudes Juives Canadienne is pleased to announce the online publication of Volume 31. Canadian Jewish Studies / Études juives canadiennes is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal devoted to original scholarship that illuminates any and all aspects … [Further information]
Publisher: Vallentine Mitchell The Palestine Crucible, 1919–1939 Leslie Turnberg The twenty years between the World Wars saw remarkable changes in the Middle East. In Palestine, Britain struggled to maintain its Mandatory Authority as Arabs and Jews fought not only each other but the British Government too. Failing to satisfy either side Britain … [Further information]
Hitler's Refugees and the French Response, 1933-1938. By Julius Fein Publisher: Lexington Books Julius Fein examines the French response to the large number of German refugees between 1933 and 1938. Fein demonstrates how the Quai d’Orsay sought a compromise between the Republican canon, which said France must help the persecuted, and the … [Further information]
New from the Littman Library of Jewish Civilization A Frog Under the Tongue: Jewish Folk Medicine in Eastern Europe, by Marek Tuszewicki March 2021, Hardback, pp. 360, 9781906764982, £45.00 (Also available as an ebook) Jews have been active participants in shaping the healing practices of eastern Europe. This wide-ranging survey of sources in … [Further information]