Publications by David Goldstein (1933—87)
1 The University Jew (Joint Chaplaincy Commission to the Universities, 1966).
2 Hebrew Poems from Spain. Introduction, notes and translation by David Goldstein. (London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1965.) Revised, expanded and reprinted as The Jewish Poets of Spain, 900-1250 (Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 19 71); reprinted 1982.
3 The Religion of the Jews (Milton Keynes: Open University Press, 1978).
4 Jewish Folklore and Legend (London: Hamlyn, 1980). Revised and reprinted as Jewish Mythology (1987).
5 Hebrew Manuscript Painting (London: The British Library, 1985).
6 Hebrew Incunables in the British Isles: a Preliminary Census (London: The British Library, 1985).
7 The Ashkenazi Haggadah. Introduction, notes, transcription and English translation by David Goldstein. (London: Thames and Hudson, 1985.)
8 Studies in Eastern European Jewish Mysticism by J. Weiss. Edited by David Goldstein. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1985.)
9 The Wisdom of the Zohar. English translation from the Hebrew edition by IsaiahBecome a member to read the full article
Other articles within the volume
- Anglo-Jewish Opinion During the Struggle for Emancipation (1828-1858)1
- Decca Days? the career of Wilfred Sampson Samuel, 1886-1958*
- Adolph Büchler, Principal of Jews’ College, 1906—1939
- Edwin Montagu
- Anglo-Jewish foreign policy in crisis—Lucien Wolf, the Conjoint Committee and the War, 1914-18
- The Revd John Harris: issues in Anglo-Jewish pacifism, 1914—18
- Ideological components in Anglo-Jewish opposition to Zionism before and during the First World War: a restatement
- The Dreyfus Affair: could it have happened in England?
- Jews and Robert Browning: fiction and fact
- Brighton Jewry reconsidered
- The Jews of Hackney before 1840
- Resistance and rebellion in eighteenth-century France
- Dr Rodrigo Lopes’ last speech from the scaffold at Tyburn
- St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London, and its Jewish connections
- Publications by David Goldstein (1933—87)
- In Memoriam Rabbi David Goldstein MA, PhD (1933-87)
- The Jewish presence in Imperial China*