American Jewish Civilization Series
The American Jewish Civilization Series features works of original scholarship and synthesis that advance our understanding of the American Jewish experience. The series includes books of historical, social, cultural, religious, biographical, and regional interest. Although the series is no longer active, we continue to publish and welcome new submissions in this area.
International Relief, Gender Politics, and American Jewish Women, 1893-1930
An analysis of gender politics in the American Jewish community during the interwar period that reveals the role of gender and class in organizational politics and the importance of Jewish women in American political and activist history.
A Documentary History, 1849-1880
A history of the founding of California’s Jewish community during the Gold Rush.