Brandeis Series in American Jewish History, Culture, and Life

This series encompasses all areas of American Jewish civilization, including history, religion, thought, politics, economics, sociology, anthropology, literature, and the arts. The series emphasizes contemporary and interdisciplinary studies, and volumes that tie together divergent aspects of the American Jewish experience.

Jewish Identities in the American West

Edited by Ellen Eisenberg

New Perspectives in American Jewish History

Edited by Mark A. Raider and Gary Phillip Zola


Hadassah Lieberman

Not Bad for Delancey Street

Mark Cohen

Black Power, Jewish Politics

Marc Dollinger

Pennies for Heaven

Daniel Judson

The Eddie Cantor Story

David Weinstein

Jewish Justices of the Supreme Court

David G. Dalin

Raising Secular Jews

Naomi Prawer Kadar

Louis Bamberger

Linda B. Forgosh

American Jewish History

Edited by Gary Phillip Zola and Marc Dollinger

Woody on Rye

Edited by Vincent Brook and Marat Grinberg