American Jewish Year Book
The American Jewish Year Book 2017 (vol. 117) is now available for pre-orders from Springer and the ASSJ is pleased to be able to offer a discount to anyone who participates in a bulk purchase we are organizing. Currently edited by ASSJ members Arnold Dashefsky and Ira Sheskin, the Year Book has been published annually since 1899. It is a significant resource for academics, communal leaders, media, and laypeople.
The planned 2017 volume includes several review articles, including "The Jewish Place in America's Religious Landscape" (Alan Cooperman and Becka A. Alper of the Pew Research Center), "Economics and American Judaism in the 21st Century" (Carmel Chiswick), and "Intermarriage Among American Jews" (Bruce Phillips); standard articles including "American Jews and the Domestic Arena" (Miriam Sanua Dalin) and "American Jews and the International Arena" (Mitchell Bard); and updates on the Jewish populations of the United States, Canada, and the world.
Additional details and an order form are available here. You may place an order by completing the order form and sending it and a check for $79.95 per book (includes shipping costs), payable to the UConn Foundation, to:
Center for Judaic Studies and Contemporary Jewish Life
c/o Pamela Weathers
Dodd Research Center, Room 158
405 Babbidge Road, Unit 1205
Storrs, CT 06269
These prices reflect a significant discount from the hardcover list price. To receive this discount, all orders will be submitted to Springer at the same time, approximately one week after the bulk order deadline of April 16, 2018. Six to eight additional weeks must be allowed for processing by the publisher, who fulfills delivery. If you have any questions about this offer, please contact the Center for Judaic Studies and Contemporary Jewish Life at the University of Connecticut, email@example.com.