Vol. 103 Nbr. 4, October 2019
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- Editors' Introduction.
- Breaking the Taboo: Investigating the Complex History of Jews and the American Economy.
- Creating the Kosher Brand: Orthodox Judaism as Business Strategy.
- Toward an 'Immigrant Turn' in Jewish Entrepreneurial History: A View from the New South.
- Too Big to Fail in 1930: The Failed Bank of United States and The Long Shadow of East European Jewish Immigrant Banking.
- The Economic Turn in American Jewish History: When Women (Mostly) Disappeared.
- Gender and Economics Through a Trifocal Lens: Production, Distribution, and Consumption.
- Gender and the Economic History of the Jews.
- Beyond Production vs. Consumption and Structure vs. Identity: The Case for a Renewed Jewish Economic History.
- Beyond Binaries: Economics of the Family.
- Rethinking the History of Capitalism: Gender, Women, and Power in the Economy.
- Not Your Father's Capitalism.
- Why Structure? Contextualizing Jewish Economic Historiography.
- Roundtable Response.
- Not Bad for Delancey Street: The Rise of Billy Rose, America's Great Jewish Impresario.
- Julius Rosenwald: Repairing the World.
- A Rosenberg by Any Other Name: A History of Jewish Name Changing in America.
- Conversations with Colleagues: On Becoming an American Jewish Historian.
- Pennies for Heaven: The History of American Synagogues and Money.
- Just and Righteous Causes: Rabbi Ira Sanders and the Fight for Racial and Social Justice in Arkansas, 1926-196).
- Communal Solidarity: Immigration, Settlement, and Social Welfare in Winnipeg's Jewish Community, 1882-1930.
- What We Talk About When We Talk About Hebrew (And What it Means to Americans).
- Public History Review: 'Leonard Bernstein: The Power of Music' Touring Exhibit, created at the National Museum of American Jewish History, March 16-September 2, 2018.