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LITTMAN LIBRARY OF JEWISH CIVILIZATION  

Established in 1965, the Littman Library of Jewish Civilization is a respected leader in Jewish Studies titles. HEB is partnering with the Littman Library to digitize its ongoing series Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry, launched in 1986 and published for the Institute for Polish-Jewish Studies and the American Association for Polish-Jewish Studies. As of 2015, HEB also features the Jewish Cultural Studies series, edited by Simon J. Bronner, with a focus on the concept of Jewish identity as perceived by both Jews and non-Jews, and exploring the cultural dimensions of concepts such as homeland and diaspora, assimilation and separation; examining these from both religious and secular perspectives.

The titles in these series are designated by their series logo.  

Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry
Jewish Cultural Studies

 

Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry

Author Title Date
Bartal, Israel, and Antony Polonsky Focusing on Galicia: Jews, Poles, and Ukrainians, 1772-1918 1999
Bartal, Israel, Antony Polonsky, and Scott Ury Jews and their Neighbours in Eastern Europe since 1750 2012
Bartoszewski, Wladyslaw T. Poles and Jews: Perceptions and Misperceptions 2004
Biskupski, Mieczyslaw B., and Antony Polonsky Polish-Jewish Relations in North America 2007
Dynner, Glenn, and Antony Polonsky Jews in the Kingdom of Poland, 1815–1918 2015
Finder, Gabriel N., Natalia Aleksiun, and Antony Polonsky Making Holocaust Memory 2008
Freeze, ChaeRan, Paula Hyman, and Antony Polonsky Jewish Women in Eastern Europe 2007
Galas, Michal, and Antony Polonsky Jews in Kraków 2011
Gluchowski, Leszek W., and Antony Polonsky 1968: Forty Years After 2009
Hundert, Gershon David Jews in Early Modern Poland 1997
Liekis, Sarunas, Antony Polonsky, and ChaeRan Freeze Jews in the Former Grand Duchy of Lithuania since 1772 2013
Petrovsky-Shtern, Yohanan Jews and Ukrainians 2013
Polonsky, Antony Focusing on Aspects and Experiences of Religion 1998
Polonsky, Antony Focusing on the Holocaust and its Aftermath 2000
Polonsky, Antony Focusing on Jewish Religious Life, 1500-1900 2002
Polonsky, Antony Focusing on Jews in the Polish Borderlands 2001
Polonsky, Antony From Shtetl to Socialism: Studies from Polin 1993
Polonsky, Antony Index to Volumes 1-12 2000
Polonsky, Antony Jewish Life in Nazi-Occupied Warsaw 2008
Polonsky, Antony Jews and the Emerging Polish State 2008
Polonsky, Antony, Ezra Mendelsohn, and Jerzy Tomaszewski Jews in Independent Poland, 1918-1939 2004
Polonsky, Antony Jews in Lódz, 1820–1939 2005
Polonsky, Antony The Jews of Warsaw 2004
Polonsky, Antony, Israel Bartal, Gershon Hundert, Magdalena Opalski, and Jerzy Tomaszewski Jews, Poles, Socialists: The Failure of an Ideal 2008
Polonsky, Antony New Research, New Views 2008
Polonsky, Antony Poles and Jews: Renewing the Dialogue 2004
Polonsky, Antony The Shtetl: Myth and Reality 2004
Steinlauf, Michael C., and Antony Polonsky Focusing on Jewish Popular Culture and Its Afterlife 2003
Teller, Adam, Magda Teter, and Antony Polonsky Social and Cultural Boundaries in Pre-Modern Poland 2010

Jewish Cultural Studies

Author Title Date
Bronner (ed.), Simon J. Jewish Cultural Studies, Volume One: Jewishness: Expression, Identity, and Representation 2008
Bronner (ed.), Simon J. Jewish Cultural Studies, Volume Two: Jews at Home: The Domestication of Identity 2010
Bronner (ed.), Simon J. Jewish Cultural Studies, Volume Three: Revisioning Ritual: Jewish Traditions in Transition 2011
Bronner (ed.), Simon J. Jewish Cultural Studies, Volume Four: Framing Jewish Culture: Boundaries and Representations 2014

rev. 11/29/2016