Jewish Historical Studies

Volume 47, Issue 1
01 December 2015
Jewish Historical Studies: A Journal of English-Speaking Jewry
UCL Press

Table of contents

Following David Cesarani (1956–2015): A Personal Reflection1
David Cesarani (1956–2015)4
A commentary on Dan Jacobson’s Holocaust writings7
Mission and missionaries among the Jews in nineteenth-century Europe: introduction to symposium papers28
Christian Restorationism in Ireland in the early nineteenth century: the strange case of Miss Marianne Nevill31
Towards a preliminary portrait of an evangelical missionary to the Jews: the many faces of Alexander McCaul (1799–1863)48
Evangelical Protestants, Jews, and the Epistle to the Hebrews in midnineteenth-century Britain70
Evangelicals, Jews, and anti-Catholicism in Britain, c . 1840–190091
“Jessey the Educator” and “Jessey the Jew”: Henry Jessey, Hebraism, and Puritan pedagogy in seventeenth-century England105
The “inhibition” of Morris Joseph: authority and change in late Victorian Anglo-Jewry137
The quick demise of a nineteenth-century Jewish hospital in London156
Jewish heritage in Scotland179
Royal Jews: Jewish Life in Berkshire from the Readmission till Today217
The Jews of South Wales238
Britain’s Moment in Palestine: Retrospect and Perspectives 1917–1948241
Israel Isidor Mattuck: Architect of Liberal Judaism245
Dr Robin Mundill, 1958–2015248