Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 28 – 1981/2

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

  • Jews and castles in medieval England (Vivian D. Lipman)
  • Anglo-Jewish country houses from the Resettlement to 1800 (Malcolm Brown)
  • A modern examination of Macaulay’s case for the civil emancipation of the Jews (Israel Finestein)
  • Anglo-Jewry and Essaouira (Mogodor) 1860-1900: the social implications of philanthropy (Daniel Schroeter)
  • Jewish-Christian relations since the inception of the Council of Christians and Jews (William W. Simpson)
  • Sir Hersch Lauterpacht: teacher, writer and judge – a presidential address (Dorothy Stone)
  • Localism and pluralism in British Jewry 1900-80 (Barry A. Kosmin)
  • MISCELLANIES PART XIII –
  • Dr Hector Nunez: Elizabethan merchant (Charles Meyers)
  • An 18th century plan to invade Jamaica: Isaac Yeshurun Sasportas – French patriot or Jewish radical idealist? (Zvi Loker)
  • The Jewish cemetery at Kalkara, Malta (Derek Davis)
  • Moses Montefiore and Canada (Michael Brown)
  • Book notes.
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