Berman Jewish DataBank extends discounted offer on American Jewish Year Book until Feb. 28
February 11, 2015
The Berman Jewish DataBank is extending its discounted offer on the American Jewish Year Book 2014 until February 28, 2015. The original description of the offer is below, and a link to the order form is here.
Berman Jewish DataBank announces discounted offer on American Jewish Year Book 2014
The Berman Jewish DataBank is pleased to announce an agreement with Springer International Publishing AG to offer a significantly discounted price for the American Jewish Year Book 2014 to DataBank email subscribers.
For decades, the American Jewish Year Book has been an important and valuable resource for academic and other researchers; professionals and volunteers at Jewish institutions, organizations and foundations; the media; and educators and students.
Now under the editorship of Professors Arnold Dashefsky and Ira Sheskin, the 2014 Year Book features a forum on the Pew Research Center’s Survey of U.S. Jews, in addition to articles on gender in American Jewish life; national Jewish affairs; Jewish communal affairs; Jewish population in the United States; the demography of Canadian Jewry; and world Jewish population. It also contains up-to-date listings of Jewish communal organizations and agencies, academic programs, research resources, and the media. More details on the Year Book’s contents are provided here.
The discounted price of $77.95 per copy represents a 72% reduction from the list price of $279. To order, please carefully follow the directions on the order form. Orders will be accepted if postmarked by January 15, 2015. Delivery of the Year Book will be made directly by Springer.