The 43 books posted on in February 2024

Covers of the 43 books posted on in February 2024

Here is the list of the 43 books that I posted on in February 2024. The image contains some of the covers. The bold links take you to the book’s page on Amazon; the “on this site” links to the book’s page on this site.

  1. 100 Jewish Brides: Stories from Around the World by Barbara Vinick, Shulamit Reinharz (Editor) (on this site)
  2. 18: Jewish Stories Translated from 18 Languages by Nora Gold (editor) (on this site)
  3. American Presidents and Israeli Settlements since 1967 by Michael F. Cairo (on this site)
  4. Antisemitism: An Ancient Hatred in the Age of Identity Politics by Philip Slayton (on this site)
  5. At Eden’s Door: The Habsburg Jewish Life of Leon Kellner (1859-1928) by David Rechter (on this site)
  6. The Authority of the Divine Law: A Study in Tannaitic Midrash by Yosef Bronstein (on this site)
  7. Babylonian Jews and Sasanian Imperialism in Late Antiquity by Simcha Gross (on this site)
  8. Bert Meyers: On the Life and Work of an American Master by Daniel Levin and Adele Elise Wiliams (editors) (on this site)
  9. Cursed: A Social Portrait of the Kielce Pogrom by Joanna Tokarska-Bakir (on this site)
  10. The Dubious Pranks of Shaindy Goodman by Mari Lowe (on this site)
  11. Faith and Trust: An Introduction to Judeo-Arabic Thought by Diana Lobel (on this site)
  12. The Genius of Israel: The Surprising Resilience of a Divided Nation in a Turbulent World by Dan Senor, Saul Singer (on this site)
  13. The Girl Who Survived Auschwitz by Eti Elboim (on this site)
  14. The Girls of Jerusalem and Other Stories by Marsha Lee Berkman (on this site)
  15. Going Bicoastal by Dahlia Adler (on this site)
  16. In the Footsteps of the Jews of Greece by Anastasios Karababas (on this site)
  17. Jacqueline Kahanoff: A Levantine Woman by David Ohana (on this site)
  18. Jewish Entanglements in the Atlantic World by Aviva Ben-Ur, Wim Klooster (Editors ) (on this site)
  19. The Jewish Imperial Imagination: Leo Baeck and German-Jewish Thought by Yaniv Feller (on this site)
  20. A Jewish State: 75 Perspectives by Aharon Barak, Jehuda Reinharz, Yedidia Z Stern, Haim Zicherman (Editors) (on this site)
  21. Jewish Universalisms: Mendelssohn, Cohen, and Humanity’s Highest Good by Jeremy Fogel (on this site)
  22. Loaves of Torah: Exploring the Jewish Year through Challah by Vanessa M. Harper (on this site)
  23. Lucky Dogs by Helen Schulman (on this site)
  24. The Men Can’t Be Saved by Ben Purkert (on this site)
  25. Miryam’s Dance by Kerry Olitzky and Rachel Stock Spilker (on this site)
  26. Modern Jewish Thought on Crisis by Ghilad H Shenhav, Cedric Cohen-Skalli, Gilad Sharvit (Editors) (on this site)
  27. Monotheism and Narrative Development of the Divine Character in the Hebrew Bible by Mark McEntire (on this site)
  28. My Name Is Barbra by Barbra Streisand (on this site)
  29. Natalie and the Nazi Soldiers by Annette Gendler (on this site)
  30. On Fire Island by Jane L. Rosen (on this site)
  31. Purity and Identity in Ancient Judaism by Yair Furstenberg (on this site)
  32. Russian Ideational Roots of Jewish Thought and Hebrew Literature by Rina Lapidus (on this site)
  33. The Rye Bread Marriage: How I Found Happiness with a Partner I’ll Never Understand by Michaele Weissman (on this site)
  34. The Second Conversation: Interpretive Authority in the Bible Classroom by Ziva R. Hassenfeld (on this site)
  35. She’s a Mensch!: Ten Amazing Jewish Women by Anne Dublin (on this site)
  36. Survival by Ita Dimant (on this site)
  37. Target Tehran by Yonah Jeremy, Bobllan Evyatar (on this site)
  38. Touching the Art by Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore (on this site)
  39. True to My God and Country: How Jewish Americans Fought in World War II by Françoise S. Ouzan (on this site)
  40. Two New Years by Richard Ho (on this site)
  41. Unacknowledged Kinships by Stefan Vogt, Derek Penslar, Arieh Saposnik (Editors) (on this site)
  42. Violent Space: The Jewish Ghetto in Warsaw by Anja Nowak (on this site)
  43. You Are Not a Guest by Leela Corman (on this site)

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