American Jewish Year Book, 1990

  • 600 Pages
  • 4.73 MB
  • English
Jewish Publication Society of America
Judaism - General, Jews In The U.S., Judaism, Rel
ContributionsRuth R. Seldin (Editor)
The Physical Object
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11456748M
ISBN 100827603592
ISBN 139780827603592

The American Jewish Year Book, now in its th year, is the annual record of the North American Jewish communities and provides insight into their major first two chapters of Part I include a special forum on "Contemporary American Jewry: Grounds for Optimism or Pessimism?" with assessments from more than 20 experts in the : Arnold Dashefsky.

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The American Jewish Year Book, now in its th year, is the annual record of the North American Jewish communities and provides insight into their major trends.

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The first chapter of Part I is an examination of how American Jews fit into the US religious landscape, based on Pew Research Center studies. The second chapter examines intermarriage.

American Jewish Year 1990 book The Annual Record of the North American Jewish Communities Since Editors: Dashefsky, Arnold, Technical Advisory Committee of the Jewish Federations of North America from towhich completed both the and National Jewish Population Surveys.

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After a four-year hiatus, the American Jewish Year Book is back in print. This is no small thing. Begun inthe annual volume was for years. The AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK, the 90th in the series, continues to offera unique chronicle of developments in areas of concern to Jews a rou nd the world.

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A list of Jewish historians: A. David Abulafia, professor of history, University of Cambridge (Jewish Year Bookp. ) Henry Abramson, Touro College, Eastern European Jewish Historian.

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Biography. InLiebman published a pioneering essay, “Orthodoxy in American Jewish Life,” in the American Jewish Year 14 books include Ambivalent American Jew: Politics, Religion, and Family in American Jewish ing to Cohen (), Liebman "argued that American Jews struggle to integrate into the larger society while trying to maintain a distinctive.

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There have been Jewish communities in the United States since colonial Jewish communities were primarily Sephardi (Jews of Spanish and Portuguese descent), composed of immigrants from Brazil and merchants who settled in cities.

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Acknowledgments. Since inception, the American Jewish Year Book has documented the Jewish world and has given significant attention to Jewish population issues. Sinceresponsibility for preparing annual population estimates for world Jewry was taken by the Division of Jewish Demography and Statistics of the A.

Harman Institute of Contemporary Author: Sergio DellaPergola. 78 / AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK, importance and that what counts is the quality of Jewish life.5 In the latter view, concerns about population size, growth, fertility, and migration repre- sent misplaced emphases; concerns should focus on Judaism, Jewish cul- ture, Jewish education, the perpetuation of Jewish communal institutions.

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Kolsky examines the neglected phenomenon of Jewish anti-Zionism, its roots, and its results. Ina number of dissident Reform rabbis founded the American Council for Judaism, the first and only Jewish organization created to fight against Zionism and the establishment of a Jewish state.

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From Left to Right: Lucy S. Dawidowicz, the New York Intellectuals, and the Politics of Jewish History (Wayne State University Press, ) is the first comprehensive biography of Dawidowicz (), a pioneer historian in the field that is now called “Holocaust Studies.”.

While there is a body of literature on the overall economic history of the Jewish people, limited attention has been given to the American Jewish economic story.(1) For more than years, until it ceased publication inthe American Jewish Year Book annually provided some comprehensive data on Jewish communal finances.

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He published at least a book a year during his tenth decade, including the four volumes of United States Jewry and a two-volume Concise Dictionary of American Jewish Biography. Two more books were in press at the time of his death: The American Jew, a one-volume narrative history, and The Jew in the American World, a one-volume documentary.

He also continued to write larger pieces for such AJC publications as the American Jewish Year Book and Contemporary Jewish Record. Eventually, Moskowitz became the chief assistant to the AJC General Secretary, where he performed diverse political assignments.

On MaMoses Moskowitz died of complications from pneumonia.Michael Schiffman, The Return of the Remnant,and Sidney Goldstein, "Profile of American Jewry: Insights From the National Jewish Population .In book: American Jewish Year Book, Publisher: Springer.

Cite this publication. Ira M. Sheskin. ; (NJPS) completed in the United States in.