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.

The Journal of Ecumenical Studies:

Volume 44, Number 1 (Winter 2009)

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

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

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

Complimentary Teaching Guide

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

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