Celebrating Recent Publications

New for 2019

“Matthew Kaufman has given us a revelatory, detailed account of a sorely neglected figure in the history of American Jewish life.”—Jewish Review of Books. Published by Syracuse University Press.
This book tells the largely unknown story behind the rescue activities of several remarkable young Jewish women in Vichy France during World War II and their role in the resistance against Nazi and Vichy France deportation policies. Published by ABC-CLIO.


Through an understanding of the changes in American Jewish educational patterns and the CCAR’s theology, this book explores how the CCAR Haggadah was changed over time to address the needs of the constituency. Published by De Gruyter.
“What’s in a Name?: A Young Person’s Jewish Genealogy Workbook” is a one-of-a-kind book designed for teenagers that will become a valuable historical keepsake for the reader upon completion of the worksheets. Published by Hadassah Word Press.