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Book of the Week: “Jewish City or Inferno of Russian Israel?” by Victoria Khiterer

Book of the Week: “Jewish City or Inferno of Russian Israel?” by Victoria Khiterer

This week we’re featuring the CHOICE Award-winning Jewish City or Inferno of Russian Israel? A History of the Jews in Kiev before February 1917 by Victoria Khiterer. The book is currently available for purchase at $20.00, $30.00, and $42. Choose the price you think is fair and fits your budget!

This book describes the history of Jews in Kiev from the tenth century to the February 1917 Revolution. At the turn of the twentieth century, the Kiev Jewish community was one of the largest and wealthiest in the Russian Empire. This book illuminates the major processes and events in Kievan Jewish history, including the creation of the Jewish community, the expulsions of Jews from the city, government persecution and Jewish pogroms, the Beilis Affair, the participation of Jews in the political, economic, and cultural life of Kiev, and their contribution to the development of the city.

Book of the Week: “Writing Palestine 1933-1950” by Dorothy Kahn Bar-Adon

Book of the Week: “Writing Palestine 1933-1950” by Dorothy Kahn Bar-Adon

This week we’re featuring Writing Palestine 1933-1950 by Dorothy Kahn Bar-Adon. The book is currently available for purchase at $15.00, $20.00, and $32. Choose the price you think is fair and fits your budget!

From her immigration to Mandatory Palestine in 1933 until her death in 1950 American-born Dorothy Kahn Bar-Adon worked as a reporter for The Palestine Post (later The Jerusalem Post), while freelancing for periodicals in Palestine and abroad. Close to 60 years after her death, this edited collection of Bar-Adon’s writing offers a vivid view both of daily life in the Jewish and Arab communities of pre-State Israel, and of the burning issues of the day.

Book of the Week: “Writing Palestine 1933-1950” by Dorothy Kahn Bar-Adon

Book of the Week: “Writing Palestine 1933-1950” by Dorothy Kahn Bar-Adon

This week we’re featuring Writing Palestine 1933-1950 by Dorothy Kahn Bar-Adon. The book is currently available for purchase at $15.00, $20.00, and $32. Choose the price you think is fair and fits your budget!

From her immigration to Mandatory Palestine in 1933 until her death in 1950 American-born Dorothy Kahn Bar-Adon worked as a reporter for The Palestine Post (later The Jerusalem Post), while freelancing for periodicals in Palestine and abroad. Close to 60 years after her death, this edited collection of Bar-Adon’s writing offers a vivid view both of daily life in the Jewish and Arab communities of pre-State Israel, and of the burning issues of the day.

Book of the Week: “Words for War: New Poems from Ukraine”

Book of the Week: “Words for War: New Poems from Ukraine”

This week we’re featuring Words for War: New Poems from Ukraine edited by Oksana Maksymchuk & Max Rosochinsky. The book is currently available for purchase at $12.00, $16.00, and $23.95. Choose the price you think is fair and fits your budget!

This anthology brings together some of the most compelling poetic voices from different regions of Ukraine. Young and old, female and male, somber and ironic, tragic and playful, filled with extraordinary terror and ordinary human delights, the voices recreate the human sounds of war in its tragic complexity.

Book of the Week: “Kashrut and Jewish Food Ethics” edited by Shmuly Yanklowitz

Book of the Week: “Kashrut and Jewish Food Ethics” edited by Shmuly Yanklowitz

This week we’re featuring Kashrut and Jewish Food Ethics edited by Shmuly Yanklowitz. The book is currently available for purchase at $15.00, $20.00, and $32.95. Choose the price you think is fair and fits your budget!

Since the turn of the millennium, rapid advances in technology, globalized markets, and atomized politics instigated in the American and Israeli Jewish communities questions about the morals of food consumption. The contributions contained in Kashrut and Jewish Food Ethics by members of the progressive Orthodox Jewish association Torat Chayim are rich in detail and offer new paradigms for the practical observance of kashrut that have swirled in the ether for generations.

Book of the Week: “Kashrut and Jewish Food Ethics” edited by Shmuly Yanklowitz

Book of the Week: “Kashrut and Jewish Food Ethics” edited by Shmuly Yanklowitz

This week we’re featuring Kashrut and Jewish Food Ethics edited by Shmuly Yanklowitz. The book is currently available for purchase at $15.00, $20.00, and $32.95. Choose the price you think is fair and fits your budget!

Since the turn of the millennium, rapid advances in technology, globalized markets, and atomized politics instigated in the American and Israeli Jewish communities questions about the morals of food consumption. The contributions contained in Kashrut and Jewish Food Ethics by members of the progressive Orthodox Jewish association Torat Chayim are rich in detail and offer new paradigms for the practical observance of kashrut that have swirled in the ether for generations.

Book of the Week: “Brodsky Among Us” by Ellendea Proffer Teasley

Book of the Week: “Brodsky Among Us” by Ellendea Proffer Teasley

This week we’re featuring Brodsky Among Us: A Memoir by Ellendea Proffer Teasley. The book is currently available for purchase at $12.00, $20.00, and $29.00. Choose the price you think is fair and fits your budget!

Brodsky Among Us is a searingly personal memoir of the great Russian poet by his American friend and publisher, containing much previously unknown material about how Brodsky left Russia and how he made his way in the new world, and how, during the cold war, Americans played a crucial role in his fate.

Book of the Week: “Shoah through Muslim Eyes” by Mehnaz Afridi

Book of the Week: “Shoah through Muslim Eyes” by Mehnaz Afridi

All summer long, we’re choosing a different book from our extensive backlist to highlight. As an added feature, we’re offering the book at three different price points.

You, the reader, will have the opportunity to purchase the book at a price that works for you.
This week we’re featuring Shoah through Muslim Eyes by Mehnaz Afridi. The book is currently available for purchase at $12.00, $20.00, and $29.00. Choose the price you think is fair and fits your budget!