Vol. 101 Nbr. 4, October 2017
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- Editors' Introduction.
- 'Let Us Endeavor to Count Them Up': The Nineteenth-Century Origins of American Jewish Demography.
- 'For Peace, Not Socialism': The 1917 Mayoralty Campaign in New York City and Immigrant Jews in a Global Perspective.
- Signposts: Cyrus Adler's Vision of American Jewish Historical Writing.
- State of the Field: Israeli Historiography on American Jewry.
- Introduction: 'Re-Framing American Jewish History and Thought: New Transnational Perspectives,' Potsdam (Germany), July 20-22, 2016.
- Reflections on Transnationalism and the American Jewish Experience.
- From Community and Place to Network and Space: The Transnational Dimension of Immigration in American Jewish History.
- Transnational Perspectives on Jewish and American-Jewish Studies.
- Modern Historians and Jewish Transnational Perspectives.
- Transnational Ties: The Longue Duree of Jewish Migrations to the United States.
- Executing the Rosenbergs: Death and Diplomacy in a Cold War World.
- The Jews of Harlem: The Rise, Decline, and Revival of a Jewish Community.
- Jacob Neusner. An American Iconoclast.
- Hybrid Judaism: Irving Greenberg, Encounter; and the Changing Nature of American Jewish Identity.
- Narratives from the Sephardic Atlantic: Blood and Faith.
- Jews and the American Religious Landscape.