Bibliographic update April 2015: All

Jewish Culture and History

American naturalism and the Jews: Garland, Norris, Dreiser, Wharton, and Cather
Meredith Goldsmith, vol. 15 (3): 271-273
Jews, race and popular music
Keith Kahn-Harris, vol. 15 (3): 273-276
Editorial Board
vol. 15 (3): 0-0
British Chief Rabbis, 1664–2006
Sara Abosch, ONLINE EARLY
A war of words: Sephardi merchants, (inter)national incidents, and litigation in the Dutch Republic, 1580–1640
Cátia Antunes, ONLINE EARLY
Jewish resistance in wartime Greece
Theodore W. Eversole, ONLINE EARLY
Orthodox Judaism in Britain since 1913: an ideology forsaken
Sara Abosch, ONLINE EARLY
At the edges of liberalism. Junctions of European, German, and Jewish history
Leena Petersen, ONLINE EARLY
The temple of Jerusalem: past, present, and future
Ralph Hartsock, ONLINE EARLY
Escape from hell: the true story of the Auschwitz protocol
Laura J. Hilton, ONLINE EARLY
Jewish immigrants and American capitalism, 1880–1920: from caste to class
Tobias Brinkmann, ONLINE EARLY
Ethnographic encounters in Israel: poetics and ethics of fieldwork
Miranda Crowdus, ONLINE EARLY
French and Jewish: culture and the politics of identity in early twentieth-century France
Tobias Metzler, ONLINE EARLY
Jewish art: a modern history
Diana I. Popescu, ONLINE EARLY
Mendelssohn perspectives
Irene Zwiep, ONLINE EARLY
Anglo-Jewish women writing the holocaust
Peter Lawson, ONLINE EARLY
Writing the grandparent tongue: on plurilingual pasts in contemporary Sephardic literatures
Elisabeth Güde, ONLINE EARLY

Journal for Maritime Research

Introduction: Asian sailors in the age of empire
vol. 16 (2): 117-123
‘I never beheld a more piteous object’: abductions and the production of colonial knowledge in maritime Asia
vol. 16 (2): 124-138
Lost in translation? Maritime identity and identification in Asia under the VOC
vol. 16 (2): 139-152
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