TOC: Contemporary Jewry, Volume 39, Issue 1

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The Association for the Social Scientific Study of Jewry is pleased to announce the publication of the latest issue of our journal, Contemporary Jewry (volume 39, issue 1):

Harriet Hartman, Editor's Introduction

Samuel Heilman, Rela Mintz Geffen (1943-2019): An Appreciation

Ilana Horwitz and Ariela Keysar, Guest Editors' Introduction to this Special Issue on Methodology

Ilana Horwitz and Ariela Keysar, Correction to Guest Editors' Introduction to this Special Issue on Methodology

Sivan Zakai, From the Mouths of Children: Widening the Scope and Shifting the Focus of Understanding the Relationships Between American Jews and Israel

Hanna Shaul bar Nissim and Matthew A. Brookner, Ethno-Religious Philanthropy: Lessons from a Study of United States Jewish Philanthropy

Sergio Della Pergola, Ariela Keysar, and Shlomit Levy, Jewish Identification Differentials in Israel and the United States: Similarity Structure Analysis

Janet Krasner Aronson, Leonard Saxe, Charles Kadushin, Matthew Boxer, and Matthew A. Brookner, A New Approach to Understanding Contemporary Jewish Engagement

L. Daniel Staetsky, Can Convenience Samples be Trusted? Lessons from the Survey of Jews in Europe, 2012

Ilana M. Horwitz, Foregrounding the Family: An Ethnography of How Families Make Decisions About Hebrew School

Helen K. Kim, Research Updates

Shari Rabin, book review of A Rosenberg by Any Other Name: A History of Jewish Name Changing in America, by Kirsten Fermaglich

Charles Kadushin, book review of Awakened Dream: 50 Years of Complex Unification of Jerusalem (Hebrew), by Elan Ezrachi