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Lexington Studies in Modern Jewish History, Historiography, and Memory
Modern Jewish history is an essentially interdisciplinary field. This series aspires to transcend disciplinary and methodological boundaries, welcoming original scholarship that advances our understanding of the modern Jewish experience. The series will cover all geographical areas and all periods in modern Jewish history by welcoming scholarly contributions including cultural history, intellectual history, transnational Jewish history, global Jewish history, and memory studies. We welcome original monographs and edited volumes as well as English-language translations of manuscripts originally written in other languages.


Editor(s): Carsten Schapkow
Staff editorial contact: Judith Lakamper (jlakamper@rowman.com)
Rethinking Holocaust Film Reception: A British Case Study
STEFANIE RAUCH
Lexington Books • December 2020 • Monograph
Hostile Takeovers of Large Jewish Companies, 1933–1935: Reassessing Aryanization of Jewish-Owned Firms
WILLIAM M. KATIN
Lexington Books • October 2020 • Monograph
Judaism for Christians: Menasseh ben Israel (1604–1657)
SINA RAUSCHENBACH - TRANSLATED BY COREY TWITCHELL
Lexington Books • October 2019 • Monograph
Britain, the Bible, and Balfour: Mandate for a Jewish State, 1530–1917
JONATHAN IMMANUEL
Lexington Books • October 2019 • Monograph
Jewish Studies and Israel Studies in the Twenty-First Century: Intersections and Prospects
EDITED BY CARSTEN SCHAPKOW AND KLAUS HÖDL - CONTRIBUTIONS BY ALAN T. LEVENSON; YOSSI BEN-HARUSH; DZMITRY SHAVIA...
Lexington Books • August 2019 • Monograph
Eastern European Jewish American Narratives, 1890–1930: Struggles for Recognition
DANA MIHĂILESCU
Lexington Books • June 2018 • Monograph
Modern Spain and the Sephardim: Legitimizing Identities
MAITE OJEDA-MATA
Lexington Books • December 2017 • Monograph