Anti-Shechita Prosecutions in the Anglo-American World, 1855–1913: “A major attack on Jewish freedoms”
Series Editor: Ira Robinson (Concordia University)
In the contemporary world, North America (inclusive of the United States and Canada) stands together with Israel as one of the two greatest and most culturally creative Jewish communities. “North American Jewish Studies” seeks to publish books that explore a wide spectrum of topics related to the life, politics, religion, and culture of this diverse and vibrant community. It does so from a variety of methodological perspectives, including history, literature, anthropology, and religious studies.