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Oxford’s Jewish Heritage – Book List

  • The King’s Jews: Money, Massacre and Exodus in Medieval England                

       Author: Robin R. Mundill

       Pub. 2010 Continuum Books

       ISBN 978-1-84725-196-2

  •  Anglia Judaica or A History of the Jews in England by D’Blossiers Tovey LLD –

    First published in 1738 and retold by Elizabeth Pearl: The first anecdotal istory of the Jews in England from 1066-1738

    Pub. 1990 George Weidenfeld and Nicolson

    ISBN 0-297-81107-X
  • The Jews of Medieval Oxford

    Author: Cecil Rot

    Pub.1951 No ISBN (rare book)
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  • The Jews of Oxford  

    Author: David Lewis

    Pub. 1992 Oxford Jewish Congregation

    ISBN 0-9519253-0-X

    This book is available to read in it’s entirety from THIS Website    Click Here
  • Then and Now

    Compiler:   Freda Silver Jackson

    Pub. 1992 Oxford Jewish Congregation

    ISBN 0-9519253-1-8

    It is hoped to upload this book also in its entirety asap.
    Until then copies are available in the OJC Centre, Richmond Road
  • Hitler’s Gift: The True Story of the Scientists Expelled by the Nazi Regime

    Authors: Jean Medawar & David Pyke

    Pub. 2000

    ISBN 1-55970584-7

  • Ark of Civilization: Refugee Scholars and Oxford University, 1930-45

    Editors: Sally Crawford, Katharina Ulmschneider and Jas Elsner

    Pub. 2017 OUP

    ISBN 978-0199687-558
  • Jewish Treasures from Oxford Libraries

    Edited by Rebecca Abrams and César Merchán Hamann

    Pub. 2020 Blackwells

    ISBN 978-1-85124-502-4        
    See Review by V Bentata of Oxford by clicking here
    see also Video Review from Jewish book week 2020,   an Oxford University Podcast,  and a ZoA BookClub video
  • The Jewish Journey: 4000 years in 22 objects from the Ashmolean Museum

    Author: Rebecca Abrams, with a foreword by Simon Schama

    Pub. 2017 Ashmolean

    ISBN 978-1-910807-03-3

Link to Bodleian Genizah Collections Collection: Genizah / Type: manuscript – Hebrew and Judaica Manuscripts Search Results

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