American Jewish History: A Quarterly Publication of the American Jewish Historical Society, Volume 93, Numbers 2, June, 2007.
Goldstein, Eric L., editor. Guest edited by Deborah Dash Moore and Dale Rosengarten.
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Baltimore, Maryland: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2007. Octavo, glossy paper covers, x, 113-276 pp. Introduction by the editors. Articles are "Regionalism: The Significance of Place in American Jewish Lfe," William R. Ferris, Deborah Dash Moore, John Shelton Reed, Theodore Rosengarten, and George Sanchez, "Tevye on King Street: Charleston and the Translation of Sholem Aleichem," Joseph Butwin, "The !794 Synagogue of Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim of Charleston Reconstructed and Reconsidered," Daniel Kurt Ackermann, "Tongue Ties: The Emergence of the Anglophone Jewish Diaspora in the Mid-Nineteenth Century," Adam Mendelsohn, "Whistling 'Dizie' while Humming ;Ha-Tikvah': Acculturation and Activism among Orthodox Jews in Fort Worth," Hollace Ava Weiner, "Presentation of the Lee max Friedman Medal to Gerlad Sorin," Christians and Zionism," Shalom L. Goldman. Very Good.
- By This Author: Goldstein, Eric L., editor. Guest edited by Deborah Dash Moore and Dale Rosengarten.
- By This Publisher: The Johns Hopkins University Press