Jewish Serials of the World: A Research Bibliography of Secondary Sources, Volume 1

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Greenwood Press, 1986 - Reference - 377 pages
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As the pioneering work in its field, Jewish Serials of the World brings together a diverse body of literature essential to the study of the Jewish press from 1674 to the present. It identifies pertinent primary source materials and provides comprehensive coverage of the secondary literature in a field where no bibliographical control has ever existed. Arranged for the most part geographically, the citations include descriptions of significant publications of books, pamphlets, theses and articles, as well as jubilee issues of Jewish newspapers and magazines. In addition to internal cross-references, the work also contains subject and author indexes.

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Contents

Bibliography
3
History of the Jewish Press
13
Multinational Hebrew Serials
21
r 1
23
Multinational Judezmo Serials
31
Europe
37
eria
61
6
75
244
196
245
206
246
223
A General Studies
243
Aust ralia
251
241
293
Cana
327
Latin America
331

ost1948
94
M
95
Netherlands
101
Q Romania
140
R Soviet Union
148
rkey
155
Romanian Serials
171
Brazil
337
Author Index
343
328
349
329
355
Subject Index
365
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About the author (1986)

ROBERT SINGERMAN holds the rank of University Librarian, George A. Smathers Libraries, at the University of Florida, where he is the bibliographer for Jewish Studies, Anthropology, and Linguistics. He has published widely in the area of Jewish Studies, and his books include "Jewish Serials of the World: A Research Bibliography" (Greenwood, 1986), "Judaica Americana: A Bibliography of Publications to 1900" (Greenwood, 1990), and "Spanish and Portuguese Jewry: A Classified Bibliography" (Greenwood, 1993).

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