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  • “Acquisitions to SJHS Collection at Valentine Museum,” JSJHS v. 1:1
  • “A Letter from Herman Hecht to his Son Armand Hecht,” JSJHS v. 1:2
  • Anderson, Claudia Wilson, “Congressman Lyndon B. Johnson, Operation Texas, and Jewish Immigration,” v. 15
  • Arsenault, Raymond, Book Review, Arlo Haskell, The Jews of Key West: Smugglers, Cigar Makers, and Revolutionaries, 1823–1969, v. 21
  • Ashton, Dianne, “Quick to the Party: The Americanization of Hanukkah and Southern Jewry,” v. 12
  • Baron, John H., “Synagogue Music for Birmingham, Alabama: Arthur Foote’s Azi v’Zimrat Yoh,” v. 6
  • Barr, Terry, “A Shtetl Grew in Bessemer: Temple Beth-El and Jewish Life in Small-Town Alabama,” v. 3
  • Bauman, Mark K., “Articles relating to Southern Jewish History Published in American Jewish History, American Jewish Archives Journal, Their Predecessors, and Southern Jewish History,” v. 6
  • ――― "The Atlanta Federal Penitentiary and Area Jews: A Social Service Case Study" (with Leah Burnham), v. 21
  • Bayor, Ronald H., Review Essay, “Jews, Whiteness, and Civil Rights,” v. 9
  • Berman, Sandra, “Grassroots Reactions to Kishinev Pogrom in Fort Worth and Atlanta” (with Hollace Ava Weiner), v. 12
  • ――― “Leo Frank Revisited: New Resources on an Old Subject,” v. 13
  • Benjet, Rosalind, “The Ku Klux Klan and the Jewish Community of Dallas, 1921–1923,” v. 6
  • Bernstein, Matthew H., Book Review, Tom Rice, White Robes, Silver Screens: Movies and the Making of the Ku Klux Klan, v. 19
  • ――― Film Review, Rosenwald, v 20
  • Besmann, Wendy, “The ‘Typical Home Kid Overachievers’: Instilling a Success Ethic in the Jewish Children’s Home of New Orleans,” v. 8
  • Blanton, Sherry, “Lives of Quiet Affirmation: The Jewish Women of Early Anniston, Alabama,” v. 2
  • Bloch, Anny, “Mercy on Rude Streams: Jewish Emigrants from Alsace-Lorraine to the Lower Mississippi Region and the Concept of Fidelity,” v. 2
  • Bloomberg, Robert P., Book Review, Benjamin Ginsberg, Moses of South Carolina: A Jewish Scalawag during Reconstruction, v. 13
  • Blumberg, Janice Rothschild, “Rabbi Alphabet Browne: The Atlanta Years,” v. 5
  • ――― “Sophie Weil Browne: From Rabbi’s Wife to Clubwoman,“ v. 9
  • ――― “The Distance Traveled: Reminiscences of Twenty-five Years in SJHS,” v. 10
  • ――― Necrology: “Solomon Breibart (1914–2009),” v. 13
  • Braun, Rachel Heimovics, “Rosa Benjamin marries Jacob Katz, July 7, 1886, Micanopy, Florida“ (with Marcia Jo Zerivitz), v. 11
  • Breitler, Alan L., “A Sephardic Physician in Williamsburg, Virginia” (with Susan Pryor), v. 11
  • Brown, Jr., Canter, “A Prussian-born Jewish Woman on the Florida Frontier: Excerpts from the Memoir of Bertha Zadek Dzialynski,” v. 7
  • Burnham, Leah, "The Atlanta Federal Penitentiary and Area Jews: A Social Service Case Study" (with Mark K. Bauman), v. 21
  • Clare, Seth R., “Marx Cohen and Clear Springs Plantation,” v. 17
  • Cohen, Michael, Book Review, Leonard Rogoff, Down Home: Jewish Life in North Carolina, v. 13
  • Davis, Marni, Book Review, Steve Oney, And the Dead Shall Rise: The Murder of Mary Phagan and the Lynching of Leo Frank, v. 7
  • ――― Exhibit Review, Voices of Lombard Street: A Century of Change in East Baltimore, Jewish Museum of Maryland, Baltimore, v. 12
  • ――― Book Review, Jeff Clemmons, Rich’s: A Southern Institution, v. 16
  • ――― Book Review, Caroline E. Light, That Pride of Race and Character: The Roots of Jewish Benevolence in the Jim Crow South, v. 18
  • Diner, Hasia R., “Entering the Mainstream of Modern Jewish History: Peddlers and the American Jewish South,” v. 8
  • ――― Book Review, Marcie Cohen Ferris, Matzoh Ball Gumbo: Culinary Tales of the Jewish South, v. 9
  • ――― Exhibit Review, The First Jewish Americans: Freedom and Culture in the New World, v. 20
  • Dinnerstein, Leonard, Book Review, Clive Webb, Rabble Rousers: The American Far Right in the Civil Rights Era, v. 13
  • Drake, Robert, “Kristallnacht and North Carolina: Reporting on Nazi Antisemitism in Black and White,” v. 13
  • Elfenbein, Jessica, “Uptown and Traditional,” v. 9
  • Epstein, Seth, “The Arrival of a Provocateur: Responses to William Dudley Pelley in Asheville, 1930 to 1934,” v. 16
  • Evans, Eli N., “Reflections on the Past and Future of the Southern Jewish Historical Society,” v. 10
  • Fermaglich, Kirsten, Review Essay, “More than Plantations and Pastrami: Southern Jewish History Comes of Age,” v. 10
  • ――― Book Review, Dan J. Puckett, In the Shadow of Hitler: Alabama’s Jews, the Second World War, and the Holocaust, v. 17
  • Ferris, Marcie Cohen, “’From the Recipe File of Luba Cohen’: A Study of Southern Jewish Foodways and Cultural Identity,” v. 2
  • Flegenheimer, W., “Acrostic for Rosa Cohn,” JSJHS v. 1:3
  • Friedman, Joel William, “The Legal, Political, and Religious Legacy of an Extended Jewish Family,” v. 18
  • Friedman, Saul S., Book Review, C. S. Monaco, Moses Levy of Florida: Jewish Utopian and Antebellum Reformer, v. 9
  • Furman, Joshua, Website Review, The Texas Slavery Project, v. 21
  • Ginsberg, Louis, “Religious Freedom and the Jew in Colonial Virginia,” JSJHS v. 1:2
  • Goldfarb, Stephen, “A Second Eyewitness to Jim Conley’s Actions: The Leo Frank Case Revisited,” v. 12
  • Goldsmith, Margaret Anne, "Four German Jewish Families and the Built Environment of Huntsville, Alabama, 1852–2017" (with Leonard Rogoff), v. 20
  • Goldstein, Eric L., “Conferences and Presidents: SJHS History in Pictorial Memory Making History: An Interview with Saul Viener,” v. 10
  • Greenberg, Cheryl, Book Review, Laurie Gunst, Off-White: A Memoir, v. 9
  • Greenberg, Mark I., Book Review, Valerie Frey, Kaye Kole, and Luciana Spracher, Voices of Savannah: Selections from the Oral History Collection of the Savannah Jewish Archives, v. 9
  • ――― Book Review, Andrea Greenbaum, ed., Jews of South Florida, v. 10
  • Greene, Dana M., Book Review, Deborah R. Weiner, Coalfield Jews: An Appalachian History, v. 10
  • Greene, Harlan, “In Distinguished Company: A Profile of Solomon Breibart” (with Dale Rosengarten), v. 7
  • Gross, Rachel, Exhibit Review, The Life of the Synagogue, from the William A. Rosenthall Judaica Collection, online exhibit, v. 18
  • Gurock, Jeffrey S., Book Review, Rebecca T. Albert, Out of Left Field: Jews and Black Baseball, v. 14
  • ――― Exhibit Review, Passages through the Fire: Jews and the Civil War. American Jewish Historical Society and the Yeshiva University Museum, v. 16
  • Harris, Stacy, “Kosher Country: Success and Survival on Nashville’s Music Row,” v. 2
  • Hawkins, Richard A., “Lynchburg’s Swabian Jewish Entrepreneurs in War and Peace,” v. 3
  • Herman, Helen Y., Book Review, Anny Bloch-Raymond, Des berges du Rhin aux rives de Mississippi: Histoire et récits de migrants juifs, v. 14
  • Hieke, Anton, “Jews at the Cape Fear Coast: A Portrait of Jewish Wilmington, NC, 1860–1880,” v. 13
  • ――― Book Review, Jonathan Sarna and Adam Mendelsohn, eds., Jews and the Civil War: A Reader, v. 14
  • ――― “Rabbi Maurice Mayer: German Revolutionary, Charleston Reformer, and Anti-Abolitionist,” v. 17
  • ――― Book Review, Jennifer A. Stollman, Daughters of Israel, Daughters of the South: Southern Jewish Women and Identity in the Antebellum and Civil War South, v. 18
  • ――― Book Review, Hasia Diner, Roads Taken: The Great Jewish Migrations to the New World and the Peddlers Who Forged the Way, v. 19
  • Hoberman, Michael, Film Review, Carvalho’s Journey, v. 19
  • Jacobs, Emilie V., “George Jacobs, A Versatile Jew,” JSJHS v. 1:2
  • Johnston, J. Ambler, “Not Forgotten—Henry Gintzberger—Private C.S.A.,” JSJHS v. 1:3
  • Jumonville, Florence M., "Nameless Graves: The Touro Infirmary Cemetery in New Orleans, 1888–1908," v. 19
  • Kaplan, Edward K., “Two Civil Rights Testimonies,” v. 17
  • Katz, Emily Alice, "“NCJW Joins the War on Poverty”: The National Council of Jewish Women and the Quest for Opportunity in 1960s Atlanta," v. 19
  • Katz, Jeremy, "Both Sides of the Same Coin: Two Atlantans in Israel’s War of Independence," v. 19
  • Kasinitz, Philip, Exhibit Review, Beyond Swastika and Jim Crow: Jewish Refugee Scholars at Black Colleges, Museum of Jewish Heritage, New York, v. 12
  • Kita, Miyuki, Book Review, Debbie Z. Harwell, Wednesdays in Mississippi: Proper Ladies Working for Radical Change, Freedom Summer 1964, v. 19
  • Kneebone, John, Exhibit Review, That You’ll Remember Me: Jewish Voices of the Civil War, Beth Ahabah Museum and Archives, v. 15
  • Krause, Allen, “Charleston Jewry, Black Civil Rights, and Rabbi Burton Padoll,” v. 11
  • ――― “Rabbi Benjamin Schultz and the American Jewish League Against Communism: From McCarthy to Mississippi,” v. 13
  • Kwas, Mary L., “Two Generations of the Abraham and Fanny Block Family: Internal Migration, Economics, Family, and the Jewish Frontier,” v. 12
  • ――― Book Review, Hans J. Sternberg with James E. Shelledy, We Were Merchants: The Sternberg Family and the Story of Goudchaux’s and Maison Blanche Department Stores, v. 13
  • Lachoff, Irwin, “Rabbi Bernard Illowy: Counter Reformer,” v. 5
  • Langston, Scott M., “Interaction and Identity: Jews and Christians in Nineteenth Century New Orleans,” v. 3
  • ――― “James K. Gutheim as Southern Reform Rabbi, Community Leader, and Symbol,” v. 5
  • ――― “The Bible and Bombings: Southern Rabbis Respond During the Civil Rights Movement,” v. 14
  • ――― “Teaching Southern Jewish History: A Dialogue” (with Bryan Edward Stone), v. 15
  • ――― “Being Jewish in Columbus, Georgia: The Business, Politics, and Religion of Jacob and Isaac Moses, 1828–1890,” v. 18
  • Lawson, J. Kime, Exhibit Review, National Museum of American Jewish History: Core Exhibition, Philadelphia, v. 14
  • Lazarowitz, Arlene, “A Southern Senator and Israel: Senator J. William Fulbright’s Accusations of Undue Influence over American Foreign Policy in the Middle East,”, v. 14
  • Leffler, Phyllis K., "Insiders or Outsiders: Charlottesville’s Jews, White Supremacy, and Antisemitism," v. 21
  • Levine, Lynn, Exhibit Review, Congregation Mickve Israel Museum, v. 19
  • Light, Caroline, Exhibit Review, The Legacy of the Hebrew Orphans’ Home: Educating the Jewish South Since 1876, v. 21
  • Lucas, Patrick Lee, Exhibit Review, Down Home: Jewish Life in North Carolina, traveling exhibition, v. 14
  • ――― “Edward Loewenstein’s Midcentury Architectural Innovation in North Carolina,” v. 16
  • Malone, Bobbie, “Ruth and Rosalie: Two Tales of Jewish New Orleans,” v. 1
  • ――― Book Review, Hollace Ava Weiner and Kenneth D. Roseman, eds., Lone Stars of David: The Jews of Texas, v. 10
  • Marcus, Jacob R., “Foreword,” JSJHS, v. 1:1
  • Marcus, Robert, “David Mendes Cohen, Beleaguered Marine” (with Jim Quinlan), v. 4
  • Mason, Patrick Q., “Anti-Jewish Violence in the New South,” v. 8
  • Mayer, Susan, “Amelia Greenwald and Regina Kaplan: Jewish Nursing Pioneers,” v. 1
  • Mendelsohn, Adam, “Two Far South: Rabbinical Responses to Apartheid and Segregation in South Africa and the American South,” v. 6
  • ――― Book Review, Clara Silverstein, White Girl: A Story of School Desegregation, v. 8
  • ――― “Samuel and Saul Isaac: International Jewish Arms Dealers, Blockade Runners, and Civil War Profiteers,” v. 15
  • ――― “An Interview with Bernard Wax,” v.17
  • Meyer, Adam, Book Review, P. Allen Krause, ed. Mark K. Bauman with Stephen Krause, To Stand Aside or Stand Alone: Southern Reform Rabbis and the Civil Rights Movement, v. 20
  • Monaco, Chris, “A Sugar Utopia on the Florida Frontier: Moses Elias Levy’s Pilgrimage Plantation,” v. 5
  • ――― Necrology: Samuel Proctor (1919–2005) v. 8
  • Moore, Deborah Dash, Book Review, Raymond A. Mohl with Matilda “Bobbi” Graff and Shirley M. Zoloth, South of the South: Jewish Activists and the Civil Rights Movement in Miami, 1945–1950, v. 7
  • Moses, James L., “’The Law of Life is the Law of Service’: Rabbi Ira Sanders and the Quest for Racial and Social Justice in Arkansas, 1926–1963,” v. 10
  • Murphy, Michael, Book Review, Robert H. Gillette, The Virginia Plan: William B. Thalhimer and a Rescue from Nazi Germany, v. 15
  • Newkirk, Vann, “That Spirit Must be Stamped Out: The Mutilation of Joseph Needleman and North Carolina’s Effort to Prosecute Lynch Mob Participants during the 1920s,” v. 13
  • Normand, Eugene, “A Tale of Two Cities’ Jewish Architects: Emile Weil of New Orleans and B. Marcus Priteca of Seattle,” v. 16
  • Parshall, Josh, “In Southern States: Historical Texts from the Arbeter Ring’s Southern District (English Translation from Yiddish),” v. 17
  • Pearlstein, Peggy Kronsberg, “Macey Kronsberg: Institution Builder of Conservative Judaism in Charleston, S.C., and the Southeast,” v. 8
  • ――― “Israel Fine: Baltimore Businessman and Hebrew Poet,” v. 9
  • Pegram, Thomas R., Book Review, Marni Davis, Jews and Booze: Becoming American in the Age of Prohibition, v. 15
  • Pinsky, Dina, Website Review, Goldring/Woldenberg Institute of Southern Jewish Life, v. 15
  • Pinsky, Mark I., Exhibit Review, Kehillah: A History of Jewish Life in Greater Orlando, v. 21
  • Preisler, Julian H., Website Review, The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives, v. 14
  • “Program for Confederate Memorial Ceremony—Hebrew Cemetery,” JSJHS v. 1:3
  • Pryor, Susan, “A Sephardic Physician in Williamsburg, Virginia” (with Alan L. Breitler), v. 11
  • Puckett, Dan J., Book Review, Mary Stanton, The Hand of Esau: Montgomery’s Jewish Community and the Bus Boycott, v. 10
  • ――― “In the Shadow of Hitler: Birmingham’s Temple Emanu-El and Nazism,” v. 11
  • ――― “Resettlement of Holocaust Survivors in Alabama,” v. 16
  • ――― Book Review, Monique Laney, German Rocketeers in the Heart of Dixie: Making Sense of the Nazi Past during the Civil Rights Era, v. 18
  • Quinlan, Jim, “David Mendes Cohen, Beleaguered Marine” (with Robert Marcus), v. 4
  • Rabin, Shari, Website Review, Jewish Atlantic World, v. 18
  • Rafshoon, Ellen G., "Esther Kahn Taylor: Hadassah Lady Turned Birth Control Advocate," v. 19
  • ――― Exhibit Review, Seeking Justice: The Leo Frank Case Revisited, v. 19
  • “Rev. M. J. Michelbacher” (Illustration), JSJHS 1:2
  • Rockoff, Stuart, Review Essay, “Measuring Julius Rosenwald’s Legacy,” v. 10
  • ――― Book Review, Bryan Edward Stone, The Chosen Folks: Jews on the Frontiers of Texas, v. 13
  • ――― “Zionism on the West Texas Plains,” v. 15
  • Rogoff, Leonard, “Synagogue and Jewish Church: A Congregational History of North Carolina,” v. 1
  • ――― Book Review, Lee Shai Weissbach, Jewish Life in Small Town America: A History, v. 8
  • ――― “Harry Golden, New Yorker: I ♥ NC,” v. 11
  • ――― “A Tale of Two Cities: Race, Riots, and Religion in New Bern and Wilmington, North Carolina, 1898,” v. 14
  • ――― "Four German Jewish Families and the Built Environment of Huntsville, Alabama, 1852–2017" (with Margaret Anne Goldsmith), v. 20
  • Roseman, Jean, “Barney and Clyde: A Tale of Murder and Madness,” v. 10
  • Rosenbloom, Joseph R., “Rebecca Gratz and Henry Clay: an American Jewess Observes a Leader’s Drive for the Presidency,” JSJHS 1:2
  • Rosengarten, Dale, “In Distinguished Company: A Profile of Solomon Breibart” (with Harlan Greene), v. 7
  • Rothschild, Michael, Book Review, Matthew H. Bernstein, Screening a Lynching: The Leo Frank Case on Film and Television, v. 13
  • Rothstein, Jane, Book Review, Alan M. Kraut, Goldberger’s War: The Life and Work of a Public Health Crusader, v. 7
  • Rotter, Arlene G., “Climbing the Crystal Stair: Annie T. Wise’s Success as an Immigrant in Atlanta’s Public School System (1872–1925),” v. 4
  • ――― Letter to the Editor, “Revisiting Annie T. Wise,” v. 5
  • Rubin, Saul J., “The Pioneer Period of the SJHS (1976–1983),” v. 10
  • Samet, Gertrude L., “Harry Reyner: Individualism and Community in Newport News, Virginia,” v. 1
  • Sapon-White, Richard E., “A Polish Jew on the Florida Frontier and in Occupied Tennessee: Excerpts from the Memoirs of Max White,” v. 4
  • Schottenstein, Alison Elizabeth, Book Review, Nick Kotz, The Harness Maker’s Dream: Nathan Kallison and the Rise of South Texas, v. 18
  • Shapiro, Edward S., “A Shtetl in the Sun: Orthodoxy in Southern Florida,” v. 10
  • ――― Book Review, Adam D. Mendelsohn, The Rag Race: How Jews Sewed Their Way to Success in America and the British Empire, v. 18
  • ――― Book Review, Michael R. Cohen, Cotton Capitalists: American Jewish Entrepreneurship in the Reconstruction Era, v. 21
  • Shuffield, Lynna Kay, "Monuments and Memory: Fort Worth’s World War I 'Tribute to Our Boys'" (with Hollace Ava Weiner), v. 20
  • Silverberg, Jay, Primary Sources, “Louisiana Letters, 1855–1871: The Story of an Immigrant Jewish Family,” v. 18
  • Simonhoff, Harry, “Franklin J. Moses: Chief Justice of South Carolina,” JSJHS v. 1:1
  • Snay, Mitchell, Book Review, Arthur Remillard, Southern Civil Religions: Imagining the Good Society in the Post-Reconstruction South, v. 15
  • Stanton, Mary, “At One with the Majority,” v. 9
  • Stern, Malcolm H., “Moses Myers and the Early Jewish Community of Norfolk,” JSJHS v. 1:1
  • ――― “Monticello and the Levy Family,” JSJHS v. 1:2
  • ――― “Some Notes on the History of the Organized Jewish Community of Norfolk, Virginia,” JSJHS v. 1:3
  • Stiefel, Barry L., "In the Board We Trust: Jewish Communal Arbitration Cases in Antebellum Charleston, South Carolina," v. 19
  • Stollman, Jennifer A., Book Review, Emily Bingham, Mordecai: An Early American Family, v. 7
  • Stone, Bryan Edward, “‘Ride ‘em Jewboy’: Kinky Friedman and the Texas Mystique,” v. 1
  • ――― “Edgar Goldberg and the Texas Jewish Herald: Changing Coverage and Blended Identity,” v. 7
  • ――― Book Review, Eliza R. L. McGraw, Two Covenants: Representations of Southern Jewishness, v. 10
  • ――― Exhibit Review, Forgotten Gateway: Coming to America through Galveston Island, 1846–1924, Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum, Austin, Texas, v. 12
  • ――― “Teaching Southern Jewish History: A Dialogue” (with Scott M. Langston), v. 15
  • ―――, "The Galveston Diaspora: A Statistical View of Jewish Immigration Through Texas, 1907–1913," v. 21
  • Sussman, Lance, Book Review, Janice Rothschild Blumberg, Prophet in a Time of Priests: Rabbi “Alphabet” Browne, 1845–1929: A Biography, v. 16
  • Tanny, Jarrod, “Between the Borscht Belt and the Bible Belt: Crafting Southern Jewishness Through Chutzpah and Humor,” v. 15
  • ――― Book Review, Alexander Z. Gurwitz, tr. Amram Prero, ed. Bryan Edward Stone, Memories of Two Generations: A Yiddish Life in Russia and Texas, v. 20
  • Tobias, Thomas J., “Tombstones That Tell a Story, Charleston's Historic Coming Street Cemetery,” JSJHS v. 1:1
  • Tucker, Anna, Website Review, The William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum, v. 19
  • Umansky, Ellen M., “Christian Science, Jewish Science, and Alfred Geiger Moses,” v. 6
  • ――― “Paula Ackerman: Pioneer in the Pulpit,” v. 14
  • Urofsky, Melvin I., Book Review, Marlene Trestman, Fair Labor Lawyer: The Remarkable Life of New Deal Attorney and Supreme Court Advocate Bessie Margolin, v. 19
  • Waitt, Robert W., Jr., “The American Civil War,” JSJHS v. 1:3
  • Wax, Bernard, “Ruminations about the SJHS,” v. 10
  • ――― Necrology: Saul Viener (1921–2006), v. 9
  • ――― “Postscript: Reminiscences and Observations,” v. 17
  • Webb, Clive, “Jewish Merchants and Black Customers in the Age of Jim Crow,” v. 2
  • ――― “’What Was on Your Mind Was on Your Tongue’: A Profile of Leonard Dinnerstein,” v. 7
  • Weiner, Deborah R., “The Jews of Keystone: Life in a Multicultural Boomtown,” v. 2
  • ――― “’A Sense of Connection to Others’: A Profile of Stephen Whitfield,” v. 7
  • ――― Book Review, Jeffrey Gurock, Orthodoxy in Charleston: Brith Sholom Beth Israel and American Jewish History, v. 8
  • Weiner, Hollace Ava, “Removal Approval: The Industrial Removal Office Experience in Fort Worth, Texas,” v. 4
  • ――― Book Review, David J. Ginzl, Stein Mart: An American Story of Roots, Family, and Building a Greater Dream, v. 8
  • ――― “Grassroots Reactions to Kishinev Pogrom in Fort Worth and Atlanta” (with Sandra Berman), v. 12
  • ――― Book Review, Kathryn J. McGarr, The Whole Damn Deal: Robert Strauss and the Art of Politics, v. 15
  • ――― "Monuments and Memory: Fort Worth’s World War I 'Tribute to Our Boys'" (with Lynna Kay Shuffield), v. 20
  • Weinfeld, Daniel R., “Samuel Fleishman: Tragedy in Reconstruction-Era Florida,” v. 8
  • ――― “Henrietta Shebeiner marries Aaron Davis, June 7, 1870, Eufaula, Alabama,” v. 11
  • ――― “A Certain Ambivalence: Florida’s Jews and the Civil War,” v. 17
  • Weinfeld, David, Book Review, Leonard Rogoff, Gertrude Weil: Jewish Progressive in the New South, v. 20
  • Weinstein, Dina, “Melvin Wali Ali Feiler Meyer: A Student’s Struggle with Insider/Outsider Status in Civil Rights–Era Alabama,” v. 16
  • Weissbach, Lee Shai, “Contextualizing the Franco-Jewish Experience in the South,” v. 14
  • ――― Book Review, Anton Hieke, Jewish Identity in the Reconstruction South: Ambivalence and Adaptation, v. 17
  • ――― Book Review, Shari Rabin, Jews on the Frontier: Religion and Mobility in Nineteenth-Century America, v. 21
  • Whitfield, Stephen J., Review Essay, “In the High Cotton,” v. 4
  • ――― “Framing Florida Jewry,” v. 10
  • ――― “Commerce and Community: A Business History of Jacksonville Jewry,” v. 12
  • ――― “The Hermans of New Orleans: A Family in History,“ v. 13
  • ――― Book Review, Karen L. Cox, Dreaming of Dixie: How the South Was Created in American Popular Culture, v. 14
  • ――― Book Review, Rich Cohen, The Fish That Ate the Whale: The Life and Times of America’s Banana King, v. 15
  • ――― “Black Mountain and Brandeis: Two Experiments in Higher Education,” v. 16
  • ――― "The Achievement of Mark K. Bauman," v. 20
  • Wilkes, George, “Rabbi Dr. David Marx and the Unity Club: Organized Jewish-Christian Dialogue, Liberalism, and Religious Diversity in Early Twentieth-Century Atlanta,” v. 9
  • Youngblood, Joshua Cobbs, Exhibit Review, Of Passover and Pilgrimage: The Natchez Jewish Experience, v. 18
  • Zake, Ieva, Book Review, Hollace Ava Weiner, Jewish ‘Junior League’: The Rise and Demise of the Fort Worth Council of Jewish Women, v. 11
  • Zerivitz, Marcia Jo, “Rosa Benjamin marries Jacob Katz, July 7, 1886, Micanopy, Florida“ (with Rachel Heimovics Braun), v. 11
  • Zola, Gary P., “Why Study Southern Jewish History?,” v. 1