External Publications

Goldstein-Goren Diaspora Research Center books published in partnership with various publishers:

* These books can only be purchased through their publishing house distributors rather than through the Center
(via the links provided for each book).
 

France, the United States and Israel

Author: Françoise (Simcha) Ouzan

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The Role and Meaning of Artifacts and Visual Images

Series: Studia Rosenthaliana, Volume 45 (2014)

Editors: Naomi Feuchtwanger-Sarig, Mark Irving, Emile Schrijver

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1945-1967

Editors: Françoise S. Ouzan, Manfred Gerstenfeld

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Perspectives on the History of Talmudic Babylonia

Author: Aharon Oppenheimer

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Burial and Mourning Customs Among Jews of Europe and Nearby Communities

Series: Studia Judaica 78 Rethinking Diaspora 1

Editors: Stefan C. Reif, Andreas Lehanardt, Aviriel Bar-Lehav

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The Final Decade of the Stalin Regime, 1944–1953

Author: Leonid Smilovitsky

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Volume 2
1940 - 1952

Author: Wilhelm Filderman
Edited by: Jean Ancel

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The Land of Israel and the Jewish People in the Spiritual Life of Medieval Russia

Author: Joel Raba

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Antiquity

Author: Shlomo Simonsohn

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A Journey through Civilization

Author: Minna Rozen

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A new book by Dr. Françoise (Simcha) Ouzan

How Young Holocaust Survivors Rebuilt their Lives – France, the United States and Israel

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International Conference in Honor of Prof. Minna Rozen: "People of the Mediterranean: Patterns, Networks and Conflicts"

The University of Haifa and the Goldstein-Goren Diaspora Research Center are pleased to invite you to the International Conference in Honor of Prof. Minna Rozen:

"People of the Mediterranean: Patterns, Networks and Conflicts (1492-1945)"

Symposium in honor of the publication of a book by Prof. Yoram Erder

The Goldstein-Goren Diaspora Research Center is pleased to invite you to a symposium in honor of the publication of a book by Prof. Yoram Erder entitled:
The Karaite Mourners of Zion and the Qumran Scrolls: On the history of an Alternative to Rabbinic Judaism