Bibliotheca Judaica

The Bibliotheca Judaica series (since 1995) specializes in academic publications in all areas of Jewish studies, focusing especially on interdisciplinary research and new perspectives. The following titles have appeared in this series:

  • A. Rybińska, The Limits of Integration. The Religiosity of the Jews of Wroclaw in the second half of the Nineteenth Century (1854-1890), (Pol., 2017).
  • K. Kijek, Children of Modernism: The Consciousness, Culture and Political Socialization of Jewish Youth in Interwar Poland (Pol., 2017).
  • J. Lisek (ed.), Mikveh: Ritual and History (Pol., 2014).
  • A. Jagodzińska (ed.), Seeking Religious Perfection: Conversion and Jews (Pol., 2012).
  • M. Rosman, How Jewish is Jewish History?, Polish trans. A. Jagodzińska (2011).
  • J. Lisek (ed.), Silent Souls? Women in Yiddish Culture (Pol., 2010).
  • M. Wodziński, Judaica in the Collection of the Central Religious Authorities of the Kingdom of Poland: Archival Guide (Pol., 2010).
  • A. Michałowska-Mycielska, The Jewish Community: Authority and Social Control in Poznań and Swarzędz 1650–1793 (Pol., 2008).
  • A. Jagodzińska, Between: Acculturation of Warsaw Jews in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century (Pol., 2008).
  • A. Michałowska-Mycielska and M. Wodziński (eds.), A Marriage of Convenience: Jews in Old Poland (Pol., 2007).
  • J. Lisek, Yung Vilne: A Jewish Artistic Group (Pol., 2006).
  • M. Inglot, The Figure of the Jew in Polish Literature 1822–1864 (Pol., 1999).
  • M. Wodziński, Graves of Tsadikim in Poland (Pol., 1998).
  • M. Wodziński, Hebrew Inscriptions in Silesia (Pol., 1997).
  • J. Woronczak (ed.), Jewish Culture in Poland: Studies (Pol., 1996).