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).
 

Perspectives on the History of Talmudic Babylonia

Author: Aharon Oppenheimer

Read more ...

The Role and Meaning of Artifacts and Visual Images

Series: Studia Rosenthaliana, Volume 45 (2014)

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

Read more ...

1945-1967

Editors: Françoise S. Ouzan, Manfred Gerstenfeld

Read more ...

Volume 2
1940 - 1952

Author: Wilhelm Filderman
Edited by: Jean Ancel

Read more ...

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

Read more ...

The Final Decade of the Stalin Regime, 1944–1953

Author: Leonid Smilovitsky

Read more ...

A Journey through Civilization

Author: Minna Rozen

Read more ...

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

Author: Joel Raba

Read more ...

Antiquity

Author: Shlomo Simonsohn

Read more ...

Events

No events

News

By the Rivers of Babylon - New Book by Prof. Aharon Oppenheimer

A new book by Prof. Aharon Oppenheimer, entitled By the Rivers of Babylon: Perspectives on the History of Talmudic Babylonia, has been published by the Zalman Shazar Center.

Gal-Ed, Volume 25

Gal-Ed: On the History and Culture of Polish Jewry, has been published by Tel Aviv University.

Michael Available on JSTOR

Through cooperation with the National Library of Israel and JSTOR, the Center is pleased to provide full-text, online access to all volumes of Michael: On the History of Jews in the Diaspora.

Read more ...