Recent Publications in Jewish Studies by WJSA Members

We recommend these new publications to you as representative of the continuing scholarship exhibited in Jewish Studies by members of the WJSA:

Lawrence Baron, The Modern Jewish Experience in World Cinema, Brandeis University Press, December 2011.

Judith Baskin, Editor, The Cambridge  Guide to Jewish History, Religion, and Culture, Cambridge University Press.

Judith Baskin, Editor, The Cambridge Dictionary of Judaism and Jewish Culture,  Cambridge University Press.

Ellen Eisenberg, Ava Kahn, Wm. Toll, Co-Authors, Jews of the Pacific Coast: Reinventing Community on America's Edge,  University of Washington Press.

Zev Garber, The Jewish Jesus: Revelation, Reflection, Reclamation, Purdue University Press, May 2011.

Zev Garber,Teaching the Historical Jesus: Issues and Exegesis, Routledge Press (Taylor and Francis Group), January 2015

Bonnie M. Harris, “Zbaszyn Imprisonment and the Memoir of Cantor Joseph Cysner”
in See You Next Year in Jerusalem, Zbaszyn, Poland 2012

Bonnie M. Harris, “Port Jews of the Orient – Asia’s Jewish Diaspora” Journal of Jewish Identities, Youngstown, Ohio July 2012

Bonnie M. Harris, contributing author, Asian Jewish Life, A Journal of Spirit, Society & Culture, Hong Kong

“Kabbalah in the Modern Era,” by Jody Myers in Cambridge History of Judaism, Vol. VIII: The Modern Period, c. 1815 – c. 2000, eds. Mitchell B. Hart and Tony Michels, Cambridge University Press (IP)

“Kabbalah at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century,” by Jody Myers in Jewish Mysticism: New
Insights and Scholarship
, Frederick E. Greenspahn, ed., New York University Press (IP)