By Barry A. Kosmin, Ariela Keysar (auth.), Arnold Dashefsky, Ira Sheskin (eds.)
The 2012 American Jewish 12 months Book, “The Annual list of yankee Jewish Civilization,” comprises significant chapters on Jewish secularism (Barry Kosmin and Ariela Keysar), Canadian Jewry (Morton Weinfeld, David Koffman, and Randal Schnoor), nationwide affairs (Ethan Felson), Jewish communal affairs (Lawrence Grossman), Jewish inhabitants within the usa (Ira Sheskin and Arnold Dashefsky), and international Jewish inhabitants (Sergio DellaPergola). those chapters supply perception into significant developments within the North American and global Jewish group. the quantity additionally acts as a source for the yank Jewish group and for lecturers learning that group by way of delivering obituaries and lists of Jewish Federations, Jewish neighborhood facilities, nationwide Jewish firms, Jewish in a single day camps, Jewish museums, Holocaust museums, neighborhood and nationwide Jewish periodicals, Jewish honorees, significant fresh occasions within the American Jewish neighborhood, and educational journals, articles, web content, and books. the amount should still end up priceless to social scientists and historians of the yankee Jewish group, Jewish communal staff, the click, and others attracted to American and Canadian Jews.
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