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From the PublisherFrom the The American Jewish Archives Journal LXI, no. 2 (2009).
"In distinguishing the fledgling American Jewish Historical Society from The Jewish Publication Society in 1892, Cyrus Adler insisted that the former must “publish at times dry as dust material”(7). Fortunately, Ira Robinson did not heed his subject’s advice.
Translating a Tradition: Studies in American Jewish History is an engaging and important contribution to the field." -- David Weinfeld, originally from Montreal, Canada, is a doctoral candidate in Hebrew and Judaic studies and history at New York University. He received his bachelor’s cum laude in history from Harvard University in 2005.