Feinstein Center Books & Articles

The Feinstein Center has published several books and articles related to the research we sponsor and conduct. We have a limited number of books available for purchase directly from the Center. Contact us for more information. As a convenience, you may also click below on the title of the book to purchase it from the publisher.

Uneasy Allies?
Evangelical and Jewish Relations

Edited by Alan Mittleman,
Byron Johnson, and Nancy Isserman
Lexington Books, 2007
ISBN #978-0-7391-1966-2

Commentary in American Life
Edited by Murray Friedman
Temple University Press, 2005
ISBN #1-59213-106-9

The Neoconservative Revolution:
Jewish Intellectuals and the
Shaping of Public Policy

By Murray Friedman
Cambridge University Press, 2005
ISBN #0-521-83656-5

Challenge and Change:
History of the Jews in America
Early Settlement Through the
First Migration—Book 1

By Dr. Shelley Kapnek Rosenberg
Historical Consultant: Dr. Jonathan D. Sarna
ISBN #0-8744d1-197-1
Complimentary Teaching Guide
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Challenge and Change:
History of the Jews in America
Civil War through the
Rise of Zionism—Book 2

By Dr. Shelley Kapnek Rosenberg
Historical Consultant: Dr. Jonathan D. Sarna
ISBN #0-87441-778-3
Complimentary Teaching Guide
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Challenge and Change:
History of the Jews in America
The Twentieth Century and Beyond—Book 3

By Dr. Shelley Kapnek Rosenberg
Historical Consultant: Dr. Jonathan D. Sarna
ISBN-10:0-87441-780-5
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Philadelphia Jewish Life
1940—1985

Edited by Murray Friedman
Temple University Press, 2002
ISBN #1-56639-999-8

Passover Revisited:
Philadelphia’s Efforts to
Aid Soviet Jews 1963—1998

By Andrew Harrison
Associated University Press, 2001
ISBN #0-8386-3909-7

Women and American Judaism
Edited by Pamela S. Nadell
and Jonathan D. Sarna
Brandeis University Press, 2001
ISBN # 1-58465-124-5

The Philadelphia Fels:
1880—1920, A Social Portrait

By Evelyn Bodek Rosen
Farleigh Dickinson University Press, 2000
ISBN # 0-8386-3823-6

A Second Exodus:
The American Movement to
Free Soviet Jews

Edited by Murray Friedman
and Albert D. Chernin
Brandeis University Press, 1999
ISBN # 0-87451-913-6

The Tribal Basis
of American Life: Racial,
Religious, and
Ethnic Groups in Conflict

Edited by Murray Friedman
and Nancy Isserman
Prager, 1998
ISBN # 0-275- 95970-8

What Went Wrong:
The Creation and
Abandonment of the
Black Jewish Alliance

By Murray Friedman
The Free Press, 1995
ISBN # 0-02-910910-8

When Philadelphia Was the Capital of Jewish America
Edited by Murray Friedman
Associated University Presses, 1993
ISBN # 0-944190-13-8


American Jewish History, Vol 87, #2 and 3, June and September 1999
E-ISSN: 1086-3141 Print ISSN: 0164-0178
Publisher: The Johns Hopkins University Press
American Jewish History is the official publication of the American Jewish Historical Society.


In Good Faith: A Dialogue on Funding Faith-Based Social Services
October 2001
Diverse religious and civic organizations report on ways government and religious groups may work together to serve those in need.
Press Release
Drafters & Organizational Contacts
Conference Report