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Italians

Bibliographies

Research Resources and Organisations

Alejandra, M. (1988) La primera ley de trabajo femenino: 'la mujer obrera' 1890-1910, Buenos Aires: Centro Editor de America Latina

Alvim, Z. M. F. (1986) Brava gente! Os Italianos em Sao Paulo, 1870-1920, Sao Paulo: Brasiliense

Andreucci, F. et al. (1975) Il movemento operaio Italiano. Dizionario biografico, 1853-1943, Rome: Editori Riuniti

Assante, F. (ed.) (1978) Il Movimento migratorio Italiano dall’Unita nazionale ai giorni nostri, Ginebra, 2 vol. Geneva: Librairie Droz

Audenino, P. (1992) ‘The "alpine paradox": Exporting builders to the world’, in Pozzetta, G. et al. (eds), The Italian diaspora, migration across the globe, Toronto: Multicultural History Society of Ontario

Avery, D. (1979) 'Dangerous foreigners': European immigrant workers and labour radicalism in Canada, 1896-1932, Toronto: McClelland and Stewart

Bailey, S. (1967) The Italians and organized labor in the United States and Argentina’, International Migration Review

Balabanoff, A. (1938) My life as a rebel, New York: Harper

Barrett, J. (****) ‘Americanization from the bottom up: the socialization of new immigrant workers and the remaking of the working classes in the U. S., 1880-1930', Journal of American History

Bellucci, M. et al. (1986) La huelga de inquilinos de 1907, Buenos Aires: Centro de Investigaciones en ciencas social

Bettini, L. (1976) Bibliografia dell’anarchismo, periodici e numeri unici anarchici in lingua Italiana pubblicati all’estero, 1872-1971, Florencia, 1

Bogliari, F. (1980) Il movimento contadino in Italia dall’unita al fascismo, Turin: Loescher

Briani, V. (1975) Il lavoro Italiano oltremare, Rome

Briani, V. (1979) Italian immigrants abroad: A bibliography on the Italian experience outside Italy in Europe, the America, Australia, and Africa, Detroit: B.Ethridge Books

Carria, R. D. (1966) Proletari senza rivoluzione, 2 volumes, Milan: Edizioni Oriente

Cattaruzza, M. (1978) ‘L’emigrazione di forza-lavoro verso trieste della meta del XIX secolo allla prima guerra mondiale’, Movimento operaio e socialista, Enero-Junio

Cattaruzza, M. (1979) La formazione del proletariato urbano immigrati, operai di mestiere, donne a trieste dalla meta del secolo XIX alla prima guerra mondaile, Turin: Musolini

Cartosi, B. (1983) ‘Gli emigrati Italiani e l’industrial workers of the world’, in Gli Italiani fuori d’Italia, gli emigrati Italiani nei movimenti operai dei paesi d’adozione, 1880-1940, by Bezza, Milan: F.Angeli

Cresciani, G. (1985) The Italians, Sydney: ABC enterprises for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Cuiffoletti, Z. (1977) ‘Sfruttamento della manodopera infantile Italiana in Francia alla fine del secolo XIX’, Affari sociali internazionali, Otono-Invierno

Ciuffoletti, Z. (1978) L’emigrazione nella storia d’Italia, 1868-1975, Storia e Documenti, Florence: Vallecchi

Cresciani, G. (1980) Fascism, anti-fascism and Italians in Australia, 1922-45, Canberra: Australian National University

De Souza, N. S. (1970) O anarquismo da colonia cecilia, Rio je Janerio

Devoto, F. J. et al. (eds) (1992) Asociacionismo, trabajo e identidad etnica: Los italianos en America Latina en una perspectiva comparada, Buenos Aires: CEMLA - CSER - IEHS

Eschelman, N. G. (1978) ‘Forging a socialist women’s movement: Angelica Balabanoff in Switzerland’, in B. B. Caroli et al. The Italian immigrant woman in north America, Toronto: Multicultural History Society of Ontario

Falcon, R. (1986) El mundo del trabajo urbano, 1890-1914, Buenos Aires: Centro Editor de America Latina

Filesi, T. (1978) ‘Significato e portata della presenza Italiana in Africa dalla fine del XVIII secolo ai nostri giorni’, in Assante (ed) Movimento migratorio Italiano, 2

Florence, R. (1975) Marx’s daughters: Elenor Marx, Rosa Luxemborg, Angelica Balabanoff, NY: Dial Press

Foerster, R. F. (1968) The Italian emigration of our times, NY: Russell and Russell

Franzina, E. (1983) ‘L’emigrazione schedata, Lavoratori Sovversivi all’estero e meccanismi di controllo polizesco in Italia tra fine secolo e fascismo’, in Bezza (ed.) Gli Italiani fuori d’Italia

Gabaccia, D. (1992) Clase cultura: Los migrantes Italianos en los movimientos obreros en el mundo, 1876-1914, Estudios Migratorios Latinoamericanos

Galasso, G. (1970) Le rivolte contadine nell’Europa del secolo XVII, Naples: Libreria Scientifica

Harney, R. F. (1980) ‘The padrone system and sojourners in the Canadian north, 1885-1920’, in G. Pozzetta (ed.), Pane e lavoro. The Italian American working class. Proceedings of the eleventh annual conference on the American Italian historical association, Toronto: Multicultural History Society of Ontario

Holmes, M. (1988) Forgotten migrants, foreign workers in Switzerland before World War I, Rutherford, NJ: Associated University Presses

Iorizzo, L. J. (1981) Italian Immigration and the Impact on the Padrone System, New York: Arno Press

Milza, P. (1981) Francais et Italians a la Fin du XIXe Siecle, 2 vols, Rome: Ecole Francaise de Rome

Monteleone, R. (1971) Il Movimento Socialista nel Trentino 1894-1914, Rome: Editori Riuniti

Nascimbene, M. C. (1988) Los italianos y la integracion nacional. Historia evolutiva de la colectividad Italiana en Argentina, 1835-1965, Buenos Aires: Ediciones Seleccion Editorial

Ottaviano, C. (1987) ‘Fortune, Travagli e Privilegi dei Biellesi in Sud Africa’, in V. Castronovo (ed.), L’Emigrazione Biellese fra Otto e Novecento, Milan

Pozzetta, G. et al. (1983) ‘Immigrant Women in Tampa, the Italian Experience’, Florida Historical Quarterly

Ragioneri (1962) ‘Italiani all’estero ed’emigrazione di Lavoratori Italiani: un tema di storia del movimento operaio’, Belfagor, Rassegna di varia Umanita

Ramirez, B. et al. (1980) The Italians of Montreal: from sojourning to settlement, 1900-1921, Montreal: Associazione di cultura popolare Italo-Quebecchese

Ramirez, B. (1984) Les premiers Italiems de Montreal. L’origine de la Petite Italie du Quebec, Montreal: Boreal Express

Ramirez, B. (1991) On the move. French-Canadian and Italian migrants in the North Atlantic economy, Toronto: McClelland and Stewart

Rosada, A. (1972) Giacinto Menotti Serrati nell’Emigrazione, 1889-1911, Rome: Editori Riuniti

Rosoli, G. (ed.) (1978) Un Secolo di Emigrazione Italiana, 1876-1976, Rome: Centro Studi Emigrazione

Rosoli, G. (1985) ‘Italian migration to European countries from political unification to World War I’, in D. Hoerder (ed.), Labor migration in the Atlantic economies, the European and north American working classes during the period of industrialisation, Westport: Greenwood Press

Scarpaci, J. (1975) ‘Immigrants in the New South: Italians in Louisiana’s Sugar Parishes, 1880-1910', Labor History

Scarpaci, J. (1981) ‘Labor for Louisiana’s Sugar Fields: An Experiment in Immigrant Recruitment’, Italian Americana

Scarzanella, E. (1979) ‘Immigrazione Italiana e colonizzazione agricola in Argentina (1860-1880)’, in R. De Felice (ed.), Cenni Storici sull’Emigrazione Italiana, Milan: F.Angeli

Schaffer, H. (1983) ‘L’immigrazione Italiana nell’Impero Tedesco, (1880-1914)’, in Belizza (ed) Gli Italiani fuori d’Italia

Schlaepfer, R. (1969) Die Auslaenderfrage in der Schweiz vor dem Ersten Weltkrieg, Zürich: Juris

Serra, E. (1977) ‘L’Emigrazione Italiana in Francia durante il Primo Governo Crispi, (1887-1891)’, Affari Sociali Internazionali, Otono-Invierno

Sewell, W. H. (1985) Structure and mobility. The men and women of Marseille, 1820-1870, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Soldini, S. et al. (1970) L’Immigrazione in Svizzera, Il Lavoro Straniero in Svizzera dalle Origini ad Oggi, con Particolare Referimento all’Immigrazione Italiana, Milan

Sponza, L. (1988) Italian immigrants in nineteenth century Britain: realities and images, Leicester: Leicester University Press

Sutterlutti, (1984) ‘Italiener im Vorarlberg, 1817-1914: Materielle Not und Sozialer Widerstand’, in Im Prinzip: Hoffnung Arbeiterbewegung in Vorarlberg, 1870-1946, by Ciuffoletti, S., Bregenz

Tomasi, S. M. (ed.) (1977) ‘Italian American workers, 1880-1920: padrone slaves or primitive rebels’, in Perspectives in Italian Immigration and Ethnicity, NY: Center for Migration Studies

Trento, A. (1989) Do outro lado do Atlantico: um seculo de imigracao italiana no Brasil, Sao Paulo: Nobel

Vecoli, R. J. (1983) ‘Italian immigrants in the United States Labor movement from 1880 to 1929’, in Gli Italiani fuori d’Italia, by Bezza

Yans-Mclaughlin, V. (1977) Family and Community. Italian Immigrants in Buffalo, 1880-1930, Ithaca: Cornell University Press

Zucchi, J. (1988) Italians in Toronto, Development of National Identity, 1875-1935, Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press

Zucchi, J. (????) Little Children of the Harp

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Japanese

Bibliographies

Research Resources and Organisations

Campbell, N. and F. Burton (eds) (1994) Japanese multinationals: strategies and management in the global Kaisha, London: Routledge

Goodman, R. (1990) Japan’s ‘International Yourht’: the emergence of a new class of schoolchildren, Oxford: Oxford University Press (reprinted in Clarendon Paperbacks, 1993)

Hamada, T. (1992) ‘Under the silk banner: the Japanese company and its overseas managers’, in T.S. Lebra (ed.) Japanese social organisation, Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press

Kumagai, F. (1989) ‘Japanese families abroad’, International Migration, 27 (4), 595-600

Rao, A., Hashimoto, K. (1996) ‘International influence: a study of Japanese expatriate managers in Canada’, Journal of International Business Studies, 27 (3), 443

Trevor, M. (1983) Japan’s reluctant multinationals: Japanese management at home and abroad, London: Frances Pinter

Wright, C., Bonney, N. and Kumagai, F. (forthcoming) ‘Globalisation or dependent development? The case of Japanese owned companies in Scotland’ in The globalisation of work: research in the sociology of work, 6, London: JAI Press

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Jews

Bibliographies

Eppler, Elizabeth E. (ed.) (1983) International bibliography of Jewish Affairs: A select, annotated list of books and and articles published in the diaspora, Boulder, CO.: Westview Press for the Institute of Jewish Affairs#

Friedlander, H. (1981) Classified and annotated bibliography of books and articles on the immigration and acculturation of Jews from Central Europe to the USA since 1993, New York: Saur

University Microfilms International, (1986-) Research on Jewish Studies : A catalogue of doctoral dissertations, Godstone: University Microfilms International

Sharot, S. (1990) ‘Israel: sociological analyses of religion in the Jewish state’, in Sociological Analysis, Bowker-Saur

Research Resources and Organisations

University Microfilms International, (1986) Research on Jewish studies: a catalogue of doctoral dissertations, Godstone: University Micofilms International

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Abraham, Isaac S. (1969) Origin and history of the Calcutta Jews, Calcutta: Dawsen

Ages, Arnold (1970) French enlightenment and rabbinate tradition, Frankfurt am Main: Klosteman

Agus, J. (1946) ‘Masochism and Anti-Zionism’, Reconstructionist,

Ainsztein, Reuben (1974) Jewish resistance in Nazi occupied Eastern Europe: with a historical survey of the Jew as fighter and soldier in the diaspora, London: Elek

Aiyar, C. V. Subrahmanya (1902) ‘The Jews of Cochin’, Malabar Quarterly Review, 1

AJC, (1900-1992) American Jewish Yearbook, New York: American Jewish Committtee. Carries reports from time-to-time on Black-Jewish relation

Albernathy, A. T. (1910) The Jews and Negroes: being a study of the Jewish ancestry from an impartial standpoint, Morarian Falls, NC: Dixie

Albert, P. C. (1977) The modernization of French Jewry, Hanover, NH: Brandeis University Press

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Almog, S. (1987) Zionism and history: the rise of a New Jewish consciousness, New York: St.Martins Press

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Altmann, A. (1978) Moses Mendelssohn: a biographical study, Alabama: University of Alabama Press

AMILAT (ed.) (1993) Judaica Latinamericana II, Jerusalem: Editorial Universitaria Magnes

Anon. (1978) The history of my ancestors: island of San Lazzaro
Introduction by editor comprising multidisciplinary collection of articles analysing the national and international events threatening relations between Afro–Americans and Jews

Anon (1987) ‘Diaspora divided’, Economist, 34-5

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Barry, N. P. (1987) The new right, London: Croom Helm

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Bauer, Y. et al. (eds) (1981) The Holocaust as historical experience, New York: Holmes and Meier

Bauer, Y. (1989) Out of the ashes: the impact of American Jewry on post-holocaust Jewish Europe, Oxford: Pergamon Press

Bauer, Y. et al. (1988) Remembering for the future: the impact of the holocaust and genocide on Jews and Christians,

Bauer, Yehuda (1980) The Jewish emergence from powerlessness, Basingstoke: Macmillan

Beer, G. (1989) Can the native return? London: University of London

Beloff, M. (1994) ‘The diaspora and the peace process’, Israel Affairs, 1 (1), 27-40

Ben-Ezer, E. (1974) Unease in Zion, New York: Quadrangle

Ben-Sasson, H. H. et al. (eds) (1973) Jewish society through the ages, New York: Schocken

Ben-Sasson, H. H. (ed.) (1976) A history of the Jewish people, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press

Bentwitch, N. (1967) ‘The destruction of the Jewish community in Austria, 1938-1942’, in Fraenkel (ed.), The Jews of Austria, London: Valentine, Mitchell, 467-78

Berghahn, Marion (1988) Continental Britons: German–Jewish refugees from Nazi Germany, Oxford: Berg

Bergmann, Martin S. and Milton E. Jucovy (eds) (1982) Generations of the holocaust, New York: Basic Books

Berkovits, E. (1950) ‘Dual loyalty’, Jewish Spectator, 12-14

Berkovitz, E. (1973) Faith after the Holocaust, New York: Ktav

Berkovitz, J. R. (1990) The shaping of Jewish identity in nineteenth century France, Detroit, MI.: Wayne State University Press

Berkowitz, Michael (1993) Zionist culture and West European Jewry before the First World War, London: Routledge
How was Zionism received by Jewry from 1897-1914? The author shows how Jews were persuaded to become part of the ‘imagined nation’ while not abandoning loyalty to their European countries. Traditional practices of charity, were reformulated to th goals of builidng a Jewish nation and a national culture.

Berofsky, B. (1983) ‘Jewish spirituality in the diaspora’ in E. Levine (ed.) Diaspora: exile and the Jewish condition, New York: Scribner

Berson, L. E. (1971) The Negroes and the Jews, New York: Random House
Survey of alliance of blacks and Jews from pre-Civil War to present, individual struggles for identity, justice and freedom

Bettleheim, B. (1961) The informed heart, Glencoe, IL: Free Press

Bettelheim, Bruno (1989) Recollections and reflections, London: Thames & Hudson

Biale, David (1987) Power and powerlessness in Jewish history, New York: Schocken Books
(Reviewed by Matthew B. Schwartz, Judaism, 37, 242–4, 1988. Also reviewed by David Berger, American Jewish History, 77, 654–8, June 1988

Bickerman, E. J. (1990) The Jews in the Greek Age, London: Harvard University Press

Bolkolsky, S. M. (1975) The distorted image: German Jewish perceptions of Germans and Germany, 1918-1935, New York: Elsevier

Borowitz, E. (1973) The masks Jews wear: the self-deception of American Jewry, New York: Simon & Schuster

Borowitz, E. (1977) Reform Judaism today, New York: Behrman House

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Böcher, Otto (1967) 'Jüdische und christliche Diaspora im neutestamentlichen Zeitalter', Die evangelische Diaspora, 38, 147-176

Braham, Randolph L. (1981) The politics of genocide: the holocaust in Hungary, 2 volumes, New York: Columbia University Press
This two volumed work traces the history of the Jewish community in Hungary in the years following the First World War, changes in the political climate after the anti-semitic Gombos regime came to power and the atrocities of the Second World War.

Brenner, R. R. (1980) The faith and doubt of holocaust survivors, New York: Macmillan

Bronson, D. (ed.) (1979) Jews and Germans from 1860 to 1933: the problematic symbiosis, Heidelberg: Carl Winter

Brook, Stephen (1989) The club: the Jews of modern Britain, London: Constable
(464 pp. Reviewed in New Community, January 1990, 326–8

Brym, Robert J. (1978) The Jewish intelligentsia and Russian Marxism: a sociological study of intellectual radicalism and ideological divergence, Basingstoke: Macmillan

Byrnes, R. F. (1950) Antisemitism in France, 1, Princeton, Princeton University Press

Cantor, N. (1994) The sacred chain: a history of the Jews, Harper Collins: London

Carpi, D. et al. (eds) (1975) Zionism: studies in the history of the Zionist movement and of the Jewish community in Palestine, Tel Aviv: Massada

Chazan, R. et al. (eds) (1974) Modern Jewish history: a source reader, New York: Schocken

Cherry, Robert (1990) ‘Middleman minority theories: their implementations for Black-Jewish relation’, Journal of Ethnic Studies, 17 (4), 117-138

Cohen, A. A. (ed.) (1970) Arguments and doctrines: a reader in Jewish thinking in the aftermath of the holocaust, Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society

Cohen, A. P. (1977) The modernization of the French Jewry, Hanover, NH: Brandeis University Press

Cohen, A. P. (1985) The symbolic construction of community, London: Tavistock

Cohen, E. (1977) ‘The City in Zionist Ideology’, Jerusalem Quarterly, 4, 126-44

Cohen, I. (1943) History of the Jews in Vilna, Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America

Cohen, N. W. (1972) Not free to desist, Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America

Cohen, Rabbi Henry, (1969) Justice, Justice: a Jewish view of the Black revolution, New York: Union of American Hebrew Congregations
Summarises the most significant social science findings in the cures for race relations, then relates them to theology, history and traditions of Judaism

Cohen, S. (1983) American modernity and Jewish identity, London: Tavistock

Cohen, S. J. D. (1993) Diasporas in antiquity, Atlanta: Scholars Press

Cohen, Stuart A. (1982) English Zionists and British Jews: the communal politics of Anglo–Jewry 1885–1920, Princeton: Princeton University Press
An analysis of the communal influences that alternatively facilitated and retarded Anglo–Jewry’s conversion to Zionism between Theodore Herzl’s first visit to London and the Palestine mandate of 1920. Cohen argues that the reaction of the Anglo–Jewish community to modern Jewish nationalism was far more complex than conventionally thought, and that the conflict between Zionists and anti-Zionists, although often stated in strictly ideological terms, was also an aspect of a larger contest for community control.

Cohen, Shaye J.D. (1989) 'Crossing the boundary and becoming a Jew', Harvard Theological Review, 82, 13-33

Cohen, Shaye J.D. (1993) '"Those who say they are Jews and are not": how do you know a Jew in antiquity when you see one?' in Shaye J. D. Cohen and Ernest S. Frerichs (eds) Diasporas in antiquity, Atlanta, Georgia: Scholars Press, 1-45

Collins, John Joseph (1982) Between Athens and Jerusalem: Jewish identity in the Hellenistic diaspora, US: Crossroad
Reviewed by Shaye J. D. Cohen, in The Journal of Religion, 66, 98–9, January 1986. Also reviewed by David Edward Aune in The Catholic Biblical Quarterly, 47, 161–3, January 1985. Also reviewed by Daniel J. Harrington, Theological Studies, 45, 175–6, March 1984

Committee, A. J. (1900-1994) American Jewish YearBook, Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America

Coser, Lewis A. (1984) Refugee scholars in America: their impact and their experiences, New Haven: Yale University Press

Dadrian, Vahakn (197**) ‘Some determinants of genocidal violence in intergroup conflicts: with particular reference to the Armenian and Jewish cases’, Sociologicus, 26 (2), 129–49

Davis, Moshe (1963) 'Centres of Jewry in the Western hemisphere: a comparative approach', Jewish Journal of Sociology, 5 (1), 4-26

Davis, W.D. (1982) The territorial dimension of Judaism, Berkeley: University of California Press

Davies, W. D. (1984) Jewish and Pauline studies, London: SPCK

Davis, M. (ed.) (1977) World Jewry and the state of Israel, New York: Arbor Press

Dawidowicz, L. (1975) The war against the Jews, New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston

Dawidowicz, L. (1981) The Holocaust and the historians, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press

de Jonge, Marinus (1953) The testament of the twelve Patriarchs. A study of their text, composition and origin, Assen

de Jonge, Marinus (1991) Jewish eschatology, early Christian Christology and the testaments of the twelve Patriarchs. Collected essays, Leiden: Brill

Delling, Gerhard (1987) Die Bewältigung der Diasporasituation durch das hellenistische Judentum, Berlin: Evangelische Verlagsanstalt

DellaPergola, S. (1994) 'An overview of the demographic trends in European Jewry' in Jonathan Webber (ed.), Jewish identities in the New Europe, London: Littman Library of Jewish Civilisation, 57-73

Díaz Mas, P. (1992) Sephardim: the Jews from Spain, Chicago: Universtiy of Chicago Press

Dinnerstein, L. (ed.) (1977) Anti-Semitism in the United States, New York: Holt Rinehart & Winston Includes essay by Clark, K. B., Baldwin, J., and Godis, R. J

Dinnerstein, Leonard (1982) America and the survivors of the holocaust, New York: Columbia University Press
Examines US response to the survivors of the holocaust and the role the US Jewry played in countering anti-semitism. Also looks at President Truman’s contributions.

Dinur, B. Z. (1969) Israel and the diaspora, Philadelphia

Dobrin, A. (1965) A History of Negro Jews in America, New York

Dubnow, S. M. (1916) History of the Jews in Russia and Poland, Vols.1-3, Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America

Eckardt, A. L. et al. (1988) Long night’s journey into day: a revised retrospective on the Holocaust, Detroit: Wayne State University Press

Edwards, J. (1994) The Jews in Western Europe, 1400-1600, Manchester: Manchester University Press

Eisen, Arnold M. (1986) Galut: modern Jewish reflection on homelessness and homecoming, Bloomington: Indiana University Press
(Reviewed by Barry S. Kogan, American Jewish history, 78, 312–20, 1988)

Eisen, Arnold (1995) 'American Jewry in the twenty-first century: strategies of faith' in Robert Seltzer and Norman J. Cohen (eds) The Americanization of the Jews, New York: New York University Press, 451-457

Eisenstadt, Shmuel N. (1992) Jewish civilization. The Jewish historical experience in a comparative perspective, Albany, NY: State University of New York Press

Elazar, Daniel J. (1986) 'The Jewish people as the classical diaspora: a political analysis' in Gabriel Sheffer (ed.) Modern diasporas in international politics, London: St. Martin's Press, 212-257

Elias, Flower and Judith Elias Cooper (1974) The Jews of Calcutta, Calcutta: Jewish Association of Calcutta

Elkin, J. L. (1980) Jews of the Latin American Republics, Chapel Hill: Universtiy of North Carolina Press

Endelman, M. (1991) ‘English Jewish history’, Modern Judaism, 11 (1), 91–109

Endelman, M. (1991) ‘The legitimization of the diaspora experience in recent Jewish historiography’, Modern Judaism, 11 (2), 195–209

Endelman, T. M. (1990) Racial Assimilation in English Jewish History, 1645-1945, Bloomington: Indiana University Press

Engelman, U. Z. (1973) The Rise of the Jew in the western world, New York: Arno Press

Englander, D. (1994) A documentary history of Jewish immigrants in Britain, 1840-1920, Leicester: Leicester University Press

Eppler, Elizabeth L. (1976) International bibliography of Jewish affairs, 1966-67: a select annotated list of books and articles published in the diaspora, New York: Holman & Heier

Epstein, H. (1969) Jewish labor in USA: an industrial, political and cultural history of the Jewish labor movement, New York: Ktav

Epstein, Helen (1979) Children of the holocaust, New York: Putnam

Erlich, Sophie D. (1991) Life and work of S. M. Dubnov: diaspora nationalism and Jewish history, Indiana: Indiana University Press

Ettinger, S. (1982) ‘Anti-Semitism in our time’, Jerusalem Quarterly, 23, 95-133

Ezekiel, Moses (1948) History and culture of the Bene Israel in India, Nadiad: M.Ezekiel

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