The editors of Southern Jewish History, the annual peer-reviewed journal of the Southern Jewish Historical Society, announce publication of Volume 21. The journal has been published each fall since 1998.
The new volume includes the following articles and features:
Mark K. Bauman and Leah Burnham, “The Atlanta Federal Penitentiary and Area Jews: A Social Service Case Study”
Phyllis K. Leffler, “Insiders or Outsiders: Charlottesville’s Jews, White Supremacy, and Antisemitism”
Bryan Edward Stone, The Galveston Diaspora: A Statistical View of Jewish Immigration Through Texas, 1907–1913
Michael R. Cohen, Cotton Capitalists: American Jewish Entrepreneurship in the Reconstruction Era, reviewed by Edward S. Shapiro
Arlo Haskell, The Jews of Key West: Smugglers, Cigar Makers, and Revolutionaries, 1823–1969, reviewed by Raymond Arsenault
Shari Rabin, Jews on the Frontier: Religion and Mobility in Nineteenth-Century America, reviewed by Lee Shai Weissbach
The Legacy of the Hebrew Orphans’ Home: Educating the Jewish South Since 1876, reviewed by Caroline Light
Kehillah: A History of Jewish Life in Greater Orlando,reviewed by Mark I. Pinsky
The Texas Slavery Project, reviewed by Joshua Furman
Full volumes of the new issue, as well as individual items of select current and past content, may be purchased on the Southern Jewish Historical Society website at www.jewishsouth.org. For information on subscriptions and advertising, please contact Bryan E. Stone, managing editor, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The journal is currently seeking manuscripts for consideration for volume 22 (2019). For information on submissions and authors’ guidelines, contact Mark K. Bauman, editor, at MarkKBauman@aol.com. Additional information is available online at www.jewishsouth.org.
Mark K. Bauman, Editor
Bryan Edward Stone, Managing Editor