DataBank Briefing_American Jewish Year Book Now Available_March 6, 2017

Sponsor(s): Berman Jewish DataBank@The Jewish Federations of North America

Key Findings:

American Jewish Year Book 2016 now available


March 6, 2017

The Berman Jewish DataBank is pleased to announce that the American Jewish Year Book 2016 is now available to DataBank email subscribers at a significant discount through a special arrangement with the editors and publisher.  

Edited by Arnold Dashefsky and Ira Sheskin, the 2016 AJYB contains a wealth of material, including:

• a forum on the Pew Research Center’s Portrait of American Orthodox Jews;

• articles on the Jewish family, American Jews and the international arena, and the U.S., Canadian and world Jewish populations;

• up-to-date listings of a broad range of Jewish organizations, institutions and programs;

• information on major books, journals, and scholarly articles on the North American Jewish communities, as well as websites and organizations for research on North American Jewry.

Additional information about the Year Book and an order form are available here. Please carefully follow the directions on the order form.



Study Notes:

The Berman Jewish DataBank @ The Jewish Federations of North America acquires, archives and provides open access to  quantitative studies and related materials on North American Jews and Jewish communities; promotes use of its resources by its stakeholders; and encourages transparency in the public release and reporting of research on North American Jewry.  

We proudly collaborate with the Berman Jewish Policy Archive @ Stanford and the Center for Judaic Studies and Contemporary Jewish Life at the University of Connecticut. The DataBank is funded through a generous endowment from the Berman Foundation. We extend our gratitude to commissioning organizations, researchers and others whose cooperation in providing materials makes our work possible.

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