The papers in this volume include lectures presented to the Society in the past year as well as new research that has not been included in the lecture
Since the publication of the previous list of lectures to the Society inJ ewish Historical Studies: Transactions of theJ ewish Historical Society ofEngland 37, pp. xi-xii, the following lectures were delivered in 2002.
Patrons, clients and developers
The arrival ofJ ewish migrants intoB ritain, 1836-1gi4
Professor Barry Kosmin
The use ofm ilitary statisticsf rom theG reat War as a sourcef or thep opulation
and social history ofA nglo-Je wry
Dr Kenneth Collins
Trachoma and theA liens Act
Immanuel Tremellius (1510-1580) and Christian Hebraism: a sixteenth
centuryJ ewish scholar and convert to theR eformation
Professor Maxine Seller
Survival mechanism, crisism anagement and preparation for thef uture: educa?
tion among German Jewish refugees interned in ig40
Sussex Hall (1845-185g) and the revival of learning among London Jewry
Professor William D. Rubinstein
The declinea ndf all ofA nglo-Jewry?
Dr Andrew Godley
Jewish social mobility in Britain, 1850-1gyo
Professor Reva Brown and Sean McCartney
David of Oxford and Licoricia of Winchester: glimpses of Jewish family life in the 13th century
i would like to thank Katharine Ridler for her help in copyediting this vol? ume, and Helen Grubin, once again, for compiling the index.