The articles in this volume include papers presented to the Society in the past two years, as well as new research that has not formed part of the lecture series.
Since the publication of the previous list of lectures to the Society in Jewish Historical Studies: Transactions of the Jewish Historical Society of England 41, pp. ix-xi, the following lectures were delivered.
Dr Susanne Lachenicht
Early modern German States and the settlement of Jews: Brandenburg-Prussia and the Palatinate, 16th to igth centuries
Dr Frederic Krome
‘Because it is fun?’ Cecil Roth and the writing of national Jewish history, 1941-1968
Dr Clare Hilton
Mauds ley Hospital’s Jewish and refugee psychiatrists
Dr Nathan Abrams
The smaller Jewish communities of Scotland
Professor Derek Taylor
Don Pacifico – the truth after 150 years
The musical symbols of the Hebrew Bible and the Englishman who decoded them
Charles CormanBecome a member to read the full article
Other articles within the volume
- Captain Simmon Latutin, GC — hero of Mogadishu
- Spain and the Jews in the Second World War
- Amendments to ‘England Expects…’
- Salo Baron, universal Jewish historian
- Josiah Wedgwood and Palestine
- Aaron Liebermann: the father of Jewish socialism
- “Samson” by Solomon J. Solomon: Victorian academy and Jewish identity
- Jewish settlement in Staffordshire: the early years, 1811—1901
- A Hebrew poem on the death of Nelson
- ‘The Lady of Longueville Clarke’: Maria Hart Myers (1794-1868) and her family
- Samuel Solomon (1745—1819): quack or entrepreneur?
- The radiocarbon dating of two London shofarot
- Early modern German states and the settlement of Jews: Brandenburg—Prussia and the Palatinate, sixteenth to nineteenth centuries
- A Domus Conversorum at Bristol?
- In memoriam: John Klier, 1944—2007