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See material listed under West of England. Adler M. Catalogue of Burials in the Jewish Cemeteries in Bristol. Bristol Synagogue Death Registers with one entry for See Bristol Jewish Community home page and Bristol Hebrew Congregation home page for other online articles and material. See also Bristol Medieval Jewish Community. Gallancz, H. Haes, D. Martin, C. Samuels, E. See Bury St. Edmunds Medieval Jewish Community. Dobson, R. Frazer, J. Frankel W. See Cambridge Jewish Community home page for other online articles and material.

See also Cambridge Medieval Jewish Community. Haes, F. Jolles, M. Williamson S. Webster, Martyn - Jewish Cemeteries of Kent. Inscriptions at Canterbury, Chatham, Dover, Sheerness. See Canterbury Jewish Community home page for other on-line articles and material. See also Canterbury Medieval Jewish Community.

Green G. Shub, Irina- Jewish Life in the Medway towns. See Chatham Jewish Community home page for other on-line articles and material. Weisman, M. See Chelmsford Jewish Community home page for other on-line articles and material. Shepherd, M A. Susser, Bernard - See material listed under West of England. See Cheltenham Jewish Community home page for other on-line articles and material. See Colchester Jewish Community home page.

See also Colchester Medieval Jewish Community. See under West of England and names of respective towns. Jackson, G N. Levine, Harry - The Jews of Coventry. See Coventry Jewish Community home page for other on-line articles and material. See Darlington Jewish Community home page for other on-line articles and material.

Green, G. See Dover Jewish Community home page for other on-line articles and material. See Dudley Jewish Community home page for other on-line articles and material. See Durham Jewish Community home page for other on-line articles and material. See Eastbourne Jewish Community home page. See other publications under West of England. For others, see under West of England.

See also Exeter Medieval Jewish Community. Bernard Susser and Mr. See Falmouth Jewish Community home page for other on-line articles and material. Stark, C. The Gateshead Foundation of Torah []. Berkovits, B. Horowitz, E. UCL, WM. Shaw, P. See Gateshead Jewish Community home page for other on-line articles and material. See Gloucester Jewish Community home page for other on-line articles and materia. See also Gloucester Medieval Jewish Community.

Shire, A. Details of standing stones. See Great Yarmouth Jewish Community home page for other on-line articles and material. See also Yarmouth Medieval Jewish Community. Gerlis, D. Grimsby Synagogue Marriage Registers Photocopy of the register certificates Great Yarmouth Cemeteries. Photocopy of the register. Copies are available. DN31 1HG. See Grimsby Jewish Community home page for other on-line articles and materime al. Livshin, Rosalyn D. See Harrogate Jewish Community home page for other online articles and material. See Hartlepool Jewish Community home page for other online articles and material.

Abrahams, B. See Hereford Jewish Community. See also Hereford Medieval Jewish Community. Ulyatt, Michael E. Allerston, J. Delhi Street Jewish Burial Ground. Notice of application to relocate remains with list of names. In it received the records of the Jewish Community in Hull, a large collection of over 60 boxes containing papers documenting the history of the Jewish population of Hull.

See Hull Jewish Community home page for other on-line articles and material. See Ilfracombe Jewish Community home page for other online articles and material. Coleman, A. Ipswich Jewish Community notes and cemetery inscriptions from about to See Ipswich Jewish Community home page for other on-line articles and material.

King's Lynn known as Lynn or Bishop's Lynn in the medieval period. See King's Lynn Jewish Community home page for other online articles and material. See also Lynn Medieval Jewish Community. Buckman, J. Immigrants and the Class Struggle. The Jewish immigrants in Leeds Fraser, Derek ed. Leeds and its Jewish Community: a History. Skyte, H. Burgess, E. See Leeds Jewish Community home page for other on-line articles and material. Leicester Hebrew Congregation - a centenary record. Levy, S. Minerva, or Fried Fish in a Spongebag.

The story of a boarding school for Jewish girls. See Leicester Jewish Community home page for other online articles and material. See Letchworth Jewish Community home page for other online articles and material. Jacobs, J. See Lincoln Jewish Community home page for other online articles and material. See also Lincoln Medieval Jewish Community. Ettinger P. Goldman H. Green, G L. The Royal Navy and Anglo-Jewry []. Hershon, C P. To make them English. Hudaly D. Liverpool Old Hebrew Congregation, []. Wolfman, J. Roche, H. Catalogued with the support of the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Liverpool City Council : The Corporation archives including minute books from , education records including school records and cemeteries interment registers. Merseyside Jewish Community Archives : Includes records of synagogues, organisations, schools, businesses and personal papers. Ecclesiastical Records : Includes full details of Roman Catholic and Non-conformist archives together with summary details of Anglican parish holdings.

Catalogued with the support of Imperial Tobacco plc. Merseyside Record Office : Brief details of all catalogued collections plus full listings of Non-conformist church and Coroner's records. See Liverpool Jewish Community home page for other online articles and material. See Macclesfield Jewish Community home page for other online articles and material. See Maidenhead Jewish Community home page for other online articles and material. Collins, Lydia in collaboration with Bierbrier, M. More Tales of Manchester Jewry. It's All Different Now, some Manchester memories. Friedman, D.

Manchester Jews Benevolent Society, a comprehensive history, Manchester] BL.

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Sir Sidney Hamburger and Manchester Jewry. Religion, City and Community. Manchester Jewry, A Pictorial History Jewish Manchester - An Illustrated History. History of the Manchester Great Synagogue - History of the Manchester Shechita Board - Menorah Synagogue 25 th Anniversary Brochure []. Supplement on the occasion of the seventy-fifth anniversary of the consecration of the Synagogue, Name files held at the Manchester Jewish Museum. Watch Committee Index A-F. Notes by Williams, B. See Greater Manchester Jewish Community home page for other online articles and material.

Bookey, B. A short history of the Middlesborough Hebrew Congregation , []. See Middlesbrough Jewish Community home page for other online articles and material. Guttentag, G D. See Newcastle Jewish Community home page for other online articles and material. Collins, A. Northampton's Jewish Perspective [ Shemot October vol. See Northampton Jewish Community home page for other online articles and material. See also Northampton Medieval Jewish Community. See North Tyneside Jewish Community home page for other online articles and material. Levine, H. See Norwich Jewish Community home page for other online articles and material.

See also Norwich Medieval Jewish Community. Fisher, Nelson Eight hundred years.

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Spungin, J. A Short History of the Jews of Nottingham. See Nottingham Jewish Community home page for other online articles and material. See Oldham Jewish Community home page. JHSE , Vol. XXXIX ]. Cohen, S. Loewe, R. Shaftesley ed. Beneath Our Feet. T he Jews of Medieval Oxford. Salter, H. Gershfield, Edward M. Glasser, Ralph - Gorbals Boy at Oxford. Lewis, David M. Neubauer, A. Pollins, Harold and Lockyer, K. Lord Segal of Wytham ", Anon. The Bodleian the University Library has much material on the community, including some MS minutes from the s, and much ephemeral material, including annual reports of the congregation, located in the John Johnson Collection, relating to the period since about the s.

It has copies of published items on the community's history. The Oxfordshire County Council Record Office has a major collection of MS material relating to the community and to its various organisations, mainly from the s. See Oxford Jewish Community home page for other online articles and material. See also Oxford Medieval Jewish Community. Brock, E. See Penzance Jewish Community home page for other on-line articles and material. Black, Doris The Plymouth Synagogue []. See Plymouth Jewish Community home page for other online articles and material.

Green, Geoffrey L. Meisels, I S. See Preston Jewish Community home page for other on-line articles and material. CarCardozo, D. See Ramsgate Jewish Community home page for other on-line articles and material. Duffy, P. Mankoff usually contributes a short article to each issue of The New Yorker, describing some aspect of the cartooning process or the methods used to select cartoons for the magazine.

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My Life in Cartoons Never one to beat around the bush, he explains to us, in the opening of this singular, delightfully eccentric book, that because he is also a cartoonist at the magazine he actually has two of the best jobs in the world. With the help of myriad images and his funniest, most beloved cartoons, he traces his love of the craft all the way back to his childhood, when he started doing funny drawings at the age of eight.

After meeting his mother, we follow his unlikely stints as a high-school basketball star, draft dodger, and sociology grad student. Though Mankoff abandoned the study of psychology in the seventies to become a cartoonist, he recently realized that the field he abandoned could help him better understand the field he was in, and here he takes up the psychology of cartooning, analyzing why some cartoons make us laugh and others don't. For desert, he reveals the secrets to winning the magazine's caption contest.

Lawrence Mintz. He is the author of many articles, reviews and book chapters on humor from to the present. This comprehensive survey of sources and scholarship should prove invaluable to anyone organizing a course in American humor, and to graduate students or advanced undergraduates as well. Well-written and clearly presented, this volume will greatly assist those making their way in this fascinating interdisciplinary area.

Focusing on a multitude of genres, this unusual collection stresses the overall importance of humor as an index to popular thought. Primarily descriptive rather than theoretical, each chapter is organized to provide an overview of a specific genre of expression or a significant topic in modern humor. Subjects range from literature, the comic strip, film, broadcast humor, the magazine, and standup comedy, to racial and ethnic humor, women's humor, and political humor.

Each genre or topic is traced historically and analyzed with respect to those characteristics that make it unique. A bibliographical essay and checklist is provided for each chapter to facilitate further study. In Pearlstein won the Sundance Cinematography Prize for her work on "Imelda," a feature documentary about the former first lady, Imelda Marcos. Are we allowed to make jokes about the Holocaust? In the process, The Last Laugh also disproves the idea that there is nothing left to say about the Holocaust, and opens a fresh avenue for approaching this epochal tragedy.

Star-studded, provocative and thoroughly entertaining, The Last Laugh dares to ask uncomfortable questions about just how free speech can really be, with unexpected and hilarious results that will leave you both laughing and appreciating the importance of humor even in the face of events that make you want to cry.

THE LAST LAUGH dispels the notion that there is nothing new to say or to reveal on the subject because this aspect of survival is one that very few have explored in print and no one that I know of has examined in a feature documentary. Kimberly Simmons. She received her B. She is currently working on two book projects an edited volume on African American culture and a single authored book on Afro- Dominicanness, identity, and the politics of natural hair. She is also past President of the Association of Black Anthropologists. In Latin America and the Caribbean, racial issues are extremely complex and fluid, particularly the nature of "blackness.

Racial categories were far from concrete as the Dominican populace grew, altered, and solidified around the present notions of identity. Kimberly Simmons explores the fascinating socio-cultural shifts in Dominicans' racial categories, concluding that Dominicans are slowly embracing blackness and ideas of African ancestry.

How and why Dominicans define their racial identities reveal shifting coalitions between Caribbean peoples and African-Americans, and proves intrinsic to understanding identities in the African diaspora. Lauren Rebecca Sklaroff. At USC she teaches courses on American popular culture, and race and ethnicity. A gutsy, song-belting stage performer, she entertained audiences for sixty years and inspired a host of younger women, including Judy Garland, Carol Channing, and Bette Midler.

Tucker was a woman who defied traditional expectations and achieved success on her own terms, becoming the first female president of the American Federation of Actors and winning many other honors usually bestowed on men. Dedicated to social justice, she advocated for African Americans in the entertainment industry and cultivated friendships with leading black activists and performers. Tucker was also one of the most generous philanthropists in show business, raising over four million dollars for the religious and racial causes she held dear.

Lauren Rebecca Sklaroff tells an engrossing story of how a daughter of Russian Jewish immigrants set her sights on becoming one of the most formidable women in show business and achieved her version of the American dream. More than most of her contemporaries, Tucker understood how to keep her act fresh, to change branding when audiences grew tired and, most importantly, how to connect with her fans, the press, and entertainment moguls.

Both deservedly famous and unjustly forgotten today, Tucker stands out as an exemplar of the immigrant experience and a trailblazer for women in the entertainment industry. David Slucki. His book, The International Jewish Labor Bund after toward a global history, was published by Rutgers University Press in , and looks at the attempts of Bundists to adapt their shattered movement in the wake of the Holocaust. His current research focuses on Holocaust survivors in the postwar United States; humor and Holocaust representation; and generational memories of the Holocaust.

The Jewish Labor Bund was one of the major political forces in early twentieth-century Eastern Europe. But the decades after the Second World War were years of enormous difficulty for Bundists. Like millions of other European Jews, they faced the challenge of resurrecting their lives, so gravely disrupted by the Holocaust.

Not only had the organization lost many members, but its adherents were also scattered across many continents. In this book, David Slucki charts the efforts of the surviving remnants of the movement to salvage something from the wreckage. Covering both the Bundists who remained in communist Eastern Europe and those who emigrated to the United States, France, Australia, and Israel, the book explores the common challenges they faced—building transnational networks of friends, family, and fellow Holocaust survivors, while rebuilding a once-local movement under a global umbrella.

This is a story of resilience and passion—passion for an idea that only barely survived Auschwitz. Harvey Starr. Harvey Starr's research and teaching interests include theories and methods in the study of international relations, war and international conflict, geopolitics and diffusion analyses, and domestic influences on foreign policy revolution; democracy , with current research interests in the causes and consequences of failed states and the theory and methods of necessary conditions.

He joined the faculty at the University of South Carolina in after 17 years at Indiana University, and has served as chair of the Political Science Department at both institutions. He is author or co-author of 18 books and monographs, and over one hundred journal articles and book chapters.


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He received his Ph. Originally from Montreal, Canada, he completed an M. His monograph, City of Rogues and Schnorrers Indiana University Press, , examines how the city of Odessa was mythologized as a Jewish city of sin, celebrated and vilified for its Jewish gangsters, pimps, bawdy musicians, and comedians. Old Odessa, on the Black Sea, gained notoriety as a legendary city of Jewish gangsters and swindlers, a frontier boomtown mythologized for the adventurers, criminals, and merrymakers who flocked there to seek easy wealth and lead lives of debauchery and excess.

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