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  • Books

    Cemeteries and Synagogues
    2018

    Howard Philips

    The hidden life of a smous

    The hidden life of a smous
    2018
    Lorna Levy

    The Reb and the Rebel: Jewish Narratives in South Africa 1892-1913

    2016

    Edited by Carmel Schrire and Gwynne Schrire

    There Was Once a Home

    There was once a home: memories of the Lithuanian shtetls published in the Afrikaner Idishe Tsaytung-African Jewish Newspaper, 1952-54.

    A. Sarid

    2015

    Translated by Veronica Belling
    Cape Town: Jewish Publications - South Africa
    Isaac & Jessie Kaplan Centre for Jewish Studies & Research

    South African Jews in London

    South African Jews in London
     

    Andrew S. Caplan

    2011

    South African Jews in London Report

    For the Love of Justice

    For the Love of Justice: The autobiography of Leo Lovell


    Leo Lovell

    2009


    Jewish Publications, South Africa

    Yakov Azriel Davidson

    Yakov Azriel Davidson: His Writings in the Yiddish Newspaper "Der Afrikaner": 1911 - 1913

    Veronica Belling (translator)

    2009

    The Quest for Community

    The Quest for Community: A Short History of Jewish Communal Institutions in South Africa 1841 - 193

    Rabbi Dr Gerald Mazabow

    2008

    Yiddish Theatre in South Africa

    Yiddish Theatre in South Africa: A History from the Late Nineteenth Century to 1960

    Veronica Belling

    2008

    The Kasrils Affair

    The Kasrils Affair. Jews and Minority Politics in Post Apartheid South Africa

    Joel Pollak

    2008

    UCT Press

    Jewish Migration to South Africa

    Jewish Migration to South Africa: Passenger Lists from the UK 1890 to 1905 (Vol 1)
     

    Saul Issroff (editor)

    2008

    Jewish Publications, South Africa

    Jewish Migration to South Africa

    Jewish Migration to South Africa: Passenger Lists from the UK 1906 to 1930 (Vol 2)

    Saul Issroff (editor)

    2008

    Jewish Publications, South Africa

    Jewish Migration to South Africa

    Jewish Migration to South Africa. The Records of the Poor Jews' Temporary Shelter, 1885 - 1914


    Edited by Aubrey N. Newman, Nicholas J. Evans, J Graham Smith and Saul W. Issroff

    2007

    Jewish Publications, South Africa, 1-504

    The Jews of Johannesburg

    The Jews of Johannesburg: Until Union, 31 May, 1910
     

    Leibl Feldman

    2007

    Translated from the Yiddish by Veronica Belling
    Cape Town: Jewish Publications - South Africa, Isaac and Jessie Kaplan Centre for Jewish Studies and Research, University of Cape Town

    Worlds Apart

    Worlds Apart: The Re-Migration of South African Jews

    Colin Tatz, Peter Arnold and Gillian Heller

    2007

    Helen Suzman: Fighter for Human Rights

    Helen Suzman: Fighter for Human Rights

    2005

    Exhibition Catalogue

    Imaging the Unimaginable

    Imaging the Unimaginable: Holocaust Memory in Art and Architecture

    Neville Dubow

    September 2001

    Looking Back

    Looking Back: Jews in the Struggle for Democracy and Human Rights in South Africa (out of print)

    Milton Shain et al

    Israel: Culture, Religion and Society

    Israel: Culture, Religion and Society 1948-1998

    Stuart A Cohen and Milton Shain

    2000

    Jewish Publications South Africa

    Bibliography of South African Jewry

    Bibliography of South African Jewry

    Veronica Belling

    1997

    Jewish Publications - South Africa, Kaplan Centre for Jewish Studies and Research, University of Cape Town

    Book of Memoirs, Reminiscences of South African Jewry

    Book of Memoirs, Reminiscences of South African Jewry: contemporary observations on the social environment of South Africa in the early twentieth century: being the collected articles on all matters Jewish and Judaism in 1916

    ND Hoffmann

    1996

    Translated from the Yiddish by Lilian Dubb and Sheila Barkusky
    Cape Town: Jewish Publications, Kaplan Centre for Jewish Studies and Research

    The Jewish Population of South Africa

    The Jewish Population of South Africa: The 1991 Sociodemographic Survey

    Allie Dubb

    1994

    Cape Town: Kaplan Centre for Jewish Studies and Research, University of Cape Town

    From a Land Far Off

    From a Land Far Off

    Joseph Sherman

    1987

    Cape Town: Jewish Publications

     

     

  • Books published with the support of the Kaplan Centre

    Milton Shain, Jewry and Cape Society.  The Origins and Activities of the Jewish Board of Deputies for the Cape Colony, Historical Publications Society, 1983.

    Milton Shain, The Roots of Antisemitism in South Africa, The University Press of Virginia and Witwatersrand University Press, 1994.

    Milton Shain, Antisemitism, Bowerdean, 1998

    Milton Shain and Sander L Gilman Jewries at the Frontier: Accommodation, Identity and Conflict, University of Illinois Press, 1999.

    A Yizkor Book to Riteve: A Jewish shtetl in Lithuania. Edited by A Levite.  Revised edition by D. Porat and R. Stauber. 2000

    Milton Shain and Richard Mendelsohn) Memories Realities and Dreams.  Aspects of the South African Jewish Experience, Jonathan Ball, 2002.

    Milton Shain, Opposing Voices. Liberalism and Opposition in South Africa Today, Jonathan Ball, 2006

    Milton Shain and Richard Mendelsohn, The Jews in South Africa.  An Illustrated History, Jonathan Ball Publishers, 2008.

    Joel Pollack, The Kasrils Affair: Jews and Minority Politics in the New South Africa. UCT Press, 2008

    Milton Shain, David Cesarani and Tony Kushner, Zakor v'Makor: Place and Displacement in Jewish History and Memory, Valentine Mitchell, 2009

    Holocaust Scholarship:  Personal Trajectories and Professional Interpretations (edited by Christopher R Browning, Susannah Heschel, Michael Marrus and Milton Shain),  Palgrave Macmillan, 2015

    Paul Weinberg, Dear Edward, Jacana Publishers, 2012

    Milton Shain, A Perfect Storm.  Antisemitism in South Africa, 1930-1948, Jonathan Ball Publishers, 2015

    Carmel Schrire and Gwynne Schrire, The Reb and the Rebel: Jewish narratives in South Africa, 1892-1913, University of Cape Town Press, 2016

    Shirli Gilbert, From Things Lost: Forgotten Letters and the Legacy of the Holocaust, Wayne State University Press, 2017

     

     

     

     

  • Occasional Paper Series

    Papers

      No 1. Garth Gilmour
    Early Israelite Religion During the Period of the Judges: New Evidence from Archaeology, 1997. (out of print)
     
     
      No 2. Matthias Messmer
    Antisemitism in Post-Communist Russia
     
     
      No 3. Carole Fink
    The Jews and Minority Rights During and After World War 1
     
     
      No 4. Karl A Schleunes
    In the shadow of Auschwitz; Christianity and the Enlightenment reconsidered
     
     
      No 5. Jeremy Sarkin
    The Legacy of Nuremburg and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in South Africa
     
     
      No 6. Gottfried Wagner
    Descendants of Nazi Victims and Nazi Perpetrators In Search of a Dialogue
     
     
      No 7. David Biale
    Power and Violence
     
     
      No. 8. Boris Gorlick
    A Lost Tribe: Russian-Speaking Jews in South Africa Today
     
     
      No. 9. Alexander L. Boraine
    Dealing with the Past – Complex Choices
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      No. 10. Richard Freedman
    Engaging with Holocaust Education in Post-Apartheid South Afirca
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      No. 11. Lina Spies
    Translating Anne Frank in South Africa
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        Barnard Susser
    Israeli Democracy: Great Expectations, Growing Frustrations, September 4, 1989
     
     
        Ephraim Katzir
    The Meaning of Life as Represented in the Life Sciences and the Jewish Heritage, March 23, 1989
     
     
        Benyahim Neuberger
    Israel's Democracy - How liberal? How stable? August 24, 1988
     
     
        Evyatar Friesel
    The Balfour Declaration in Historical Perspective, August 10, 1988
     
     
        Myron Aronoff
    Interpreting Israeli Political Culture, April 13, 1988
     
     
        Mordechai Cogan
    Jerusalem, the Chosen: From History to Ideology, August, 19, 1987
     
     
        Charles S. Liebman
    Attitudes toward Jewish-Gentile Relations in the Jewish Tradition and Contemporary Israel, September 19, 1983
     

     

 

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