1. Jewish Studies in Times of Crisis
  2. Elissa Bemporad, Julia Phillips Cohen, Ari Y. Kelman
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  1. The Pandemic, Antisemitism, and the Lachrymose Conception of Jewish History
  2. Magda Teter
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  1. COVID-19 and the Theological Challenge of the Arbitrary
  2. Shaul Magid
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  1. Ottoman Jews and Plagues
  2. Yaron Ayalon
  3. pp. 46-54
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  1. Learning from Disasters Past: The Case of an Early Seventeenth-Century Plague in Northern Italy and Beyond
  2. Dean Phillip Bell
  3. pp. 55-66
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  1. Heroes and Victims Without Villains: Plague in Early Modern Prague
  2. Joshua Teplitsky
  3. pp. 67-76
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  1. Jewish Healers and Yellow Fever in the Eighteenth-Century Americas
  2. Laura Arnold Leibman
  3. pp. 77-90
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  1. Writing Against Loss: Moroccan Jewish Book Culture in a Time of Disaster
  2. Yigal S. Nizri
  3. pp. 91-100
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  1. "Jewish Fever": Myths and Realities in the History of Russia's Typhus Epidemic, 1914–22
  2. Polly Zavadivker
  3. pp. 101-112
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  1. Israel's Shaar Ha'aliya Camp through the Lens of COVID-19: Does the History of Quarantine Matter?
  2. Rhona Seidelman
  3. pp. 113-121
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  1. AIDS Was Our Earthquake: American Jewish Responses to the AIDS Crisis, 1985–92
  2. Gregg Drinkwater
  3. pp. 122-142
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  1. "Hands Up! Don't Shoot! We Want Summer Camp!": Orthodox Jewry in the Age of COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter
  2. Joshua Shanes
  3. pp. 143-155
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  1. Flashbacks and Foreshadows at the Ends of Empire: Lessons from the Periphery to a Collapsing Center
  2. Evelyn María Dean-Olmsted
  3. pp. 156-180
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  1. Lessons of Hurricane Katrina for American Jews, 2020 Edition
  2. Karla Goldman
  3. pp. 181-191
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  1. Everyday Disruptions and Jewish Dilemmas: Preliminary Insights from the Pandemic Journaling Project
  2. Sarah S. Willen, Sebastian Wogenstein, Katherine A. Mason
  3. pp. 192-212
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