Bibliographica Judaica Series

Bibliographica Judaica is a bibliographic series offered by the Library of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. The editors are David J. Gilner and Laurel S. Wolfson.

Bamberger Spinoza

Spinoza & Anti-spinoza literature: the printed literature of Spinozism 1665-1832

Fritz Bamberger

This volume offers philosophers, historians, and bibliophiles alike a bibliohistorical essay on the early editions of Spinoza’s Tractatus Theologico-Politicus, followed by a comprehensive and richly annotated bibliography of literature from the Bamberger Library that details the reception of Spinoza’s writing, extending from 1665 until 1832. More than just a bibliography of a single collection, the volume chronicles the history of debate over Spinoza’s writings.

Wachs American Jewish Liturgies

American Jewish Liturgies: A Bibliography of American Jewish Liturgy from the Establishment of the Press in the Colonies through 1925

Compiled by Sharona Wachs

Wachs’ American Jewish Liturgies offers scholars, rabbis, and anyone interested in liturgical history a bibliography of Jewish liturgy published in the United States up to 1925. With 1,300 separate entries that catalogue prayerbooks, devotionals, memorials, children’s prayers, hymnals, and scores, it attempts to be as comprehensive as possible and represents the very first time such an extensive bibliography has been brought together on the topic. It is invaluable for the information it provides on the creation, evolution, and distribution of Jewish liturgy in the United States through 1925.