Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 26 – 1974/78

Edited by -- Sarah Cohen, M.A., Ph.D

  • The historian in two worlds (Aubrey N. Newman)
  • Ashkenazic reactions to the conversionists 1800-1850 (Rabbi Harvey W. Meirovich)
  • The stirrings of the 1590s and the return of the Jews to England (Professor Theodore K. Rabb)
  • The decline and expulsion of the medieval Jews of York (Professor R.B. Dobson)
  • George Eliot: her Jewish associations – a centenary tribute (Beth-Zion Lask Abrahams)
  • The Jew as scapegoat? The settlement and reception of Jews in South Wales before 1914 (Geoffrey Alderman)
  • The Jews of Spanish North Africa 1600-1669 (Jonathan Israel)
  • The settlement of Jews in Gibraltar 1704-83 (Mesod Benady)
  • Tributes: Arthur Sigismund Diamond 1897-1978 by Judge Israel Finestein: Rabbi Sir Israel Brodie 1895-1979 by Vivian D. Lipman.
  • Passover in Shakespeare’s London (Edgar Samuel)
  • The Jews of Cornwall in local tradition (Venetia Newall)
  • Book notes
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