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Selected Bibliography on the Jews of Libya

 

Abramsky-Bligh, Irit. 1992. The Sefardi and Oriental Jewish Communities in the Second World War and in the Holocaust Period. Jerusalem: Ministry of Education and Culture. (Hebrew)

Adadi, Avraham Hayim. 1976. Ha-Shomer Emet. Vaad Kehilot Luv be-Yisrael. (Hebrew)

Applebaum, Shimon. 1979. Jews and Greeks in Ancient Cyrene. Studies in Judaism in Late Antiquity, vol. 28. Leiden: Brill. (English)

Arbib, Eliyahu. 1975. Ha-Gesher. Iriat Bat Yam: Bat Yam. (Hebrew)

Arbib, Lillo. 1988. Gli Ebrei in Libia Fra Idris e Gheddafi 1948-1970. (Hebrew)

Arbib, Yosef. 1993. Albom ha-Bulim. (Hebrew)

Attal, Robert. 1993. Les Juifs d'Afrique du Nord: Bibliographie Jerusalem: Institut Ben-Zvi, Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi et Universite Hebraique.

Avrahami, Itshaq. 1989-1991. Shorashim ba-Mizrah, 2 (1989) 403-440, 3 (1991) 233-272. (Hebrew)

BuAron, Zevulon. 1994. Livluv ha-Duvdevan. Hapatsat Moreshet Yisrael: Netanya.

BuAron, Zevulon. 1994. Minhege Hatunah be-Kehilot Luv. Hapatsat Moreshet Yisrael:Netanya.

Cohen, Hayim J. 1976. Asian and African Jews in the Middle East, 1860-1971. Jerusalem: Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Institute of Contemporary Jewry. Ben-Zvi Institute for the Study of Eastern Jewish Communities. (English & Hebrew)

Cohen, Yonah. 1991. Yehude Luv. Siah Yisrael:Jerusalem.

De Felice, Renzo. 1985. Ebrei in un paese arabo. English Jews in an Arab land: Libya, 1835-1970; translated by Judith Roumani. Austin : University of Texas Press. (English)

Goldberg, Harvey E. 1972. Cave dwellers and citrus growers; a Jewish community in Libya and Israel. Cambridge: University Press. (English)

Goldberg, Harvey E. 1989. Expressions de l'Identite Culturelle des Juifs Libyens en Israel. Les Juifs du Maghreb 429-443.

Goldberg, Harvey Ellis. 1982. From Shaikh to Mazkir: structural continuity and organisational change in the leadership of a Tripolitanian Jewish community Jewish societies in the Middle East. Washington, D.C.: University Press of America.

Goldberg, Harvey E. 1994. Les Jeux de Pourim et Leurs Declinaisons a Tripoli; Perspective Comparative Sur l'Usage Social des Histoires Bibliques. Annales - Histoire, Sciences Sociales 49, 5, 1183-1195.

Goldberg, Harvey E. 1984. Jewish life in Muslim Tripoli in the late Qaramanli period. Urban anthropology, v. 13, no. 1, p.65-90.

Goldberg, Harvey E. 1983. Language and Culture of the Jews of Tripolitania; a Preliminary View. Mediterranean Language Review 1, 85-102.

Goldberg, Harvey E.; Segre, Claudio G. 1990. Mixtures of Diverse Substances; Education and the Hebrew Language Among the Jews of Libya, 1875-1951. Judaism and Jewish Society, 151-201.

Hadad, Boaz. 1987. Yalkut Zikhronot. bet ha-otsar ha-Ivvri:Lod

Ha-tefutsot, Bet. 1980. Libya, An Extinct Jewish Community Tel Aviv: The Nahum Goldmann Museum of the Jewish Diaspora. (English & Hebrew)

Hakohen, Mordechai. 1993. The Book of Mordechai: a study of the Jews of Libya: selections from the Highid Mordekhai of Mordechai Hakohen based on the complete Hebrew text. edited and translated, with introduction and commentaries by Harvey E. Goldberg. London: Darf, 1993. (English)

Halevy, Yosef. 1995. Mi-Mizrah u-mi-Maarav, 6 161-195. (Hebrew)

Hastrup, Kirsten and Peter Hervik eds. Social Experience and Anthropological Knowledge. London; New York: Routledge. (English)

Hirschberg, H. Z. (Haim Zeev). 1974-1981. A History of the Jews in North Africa. Translated from the Hebrew. 2d rev. ed. Leiden : Brill.(English)

Italian Jewish Representative Committee. 1943 Memorandum on the Jews in Italy and Libya. New York, World Jewish Congress, Advisory Council on European Jewish Affairs. (English)

Jabes, Andre. 1971. Jews in Arab countries: Egypt, Iraq, Syria, Libya: a survey of events since August 1967. London: Institute of Jewish Affairs. (English)

Khalfon, Hayim. 1986. Lanu ule-Vanenu, Yad la-Giborim.

Levy, Avigdoe. 1994. The Jews of the Ottoman Empire. Princeton, N.J.: Darwin Press; Washington, D.C.: Institute of Turkish Studies. (English)

Libya a crucial testing-ground for the status of Jews in an independent Moslem state a report on the Jews of Libya and on the efforts of the American Jewish Committee to obtain for them effective guarantees of human rights and fundamental freedoms in the new Libyan state now being created. prepared by the Paris office of the American Jewish Committee, Feb. 23, 1951. (English)

Luderitz, Gert. Corpus judischer Zeugnisse aus der Cyrenaika. Wiesbaden: L. Reichert. Beihefte zum Tubinger Atlas des Vorderen Orients. Reihe B, Geisteswissenschaften; 53. (German)

Medina, Mimshal. 1992. Vihasim Benleumiyim, 36 27-56. (Hebrew)

Nahem, Ilan. 1996.Ha-tarbut ha-amamit: Kovetz mehkarim [Studies in the History of Popular Culture]. Jerusalem: Zalman Shazar Center for Jewish History. pp. 305-322.

Pinkas ha-okehilot. 1997. Entsioklopedyah shel ha-yishuvim ha-Yehudiyim le-min hiovasdam ove-ad le-aohar Shoat Milohemet ha-Olam ha-Sheniyah. Luv ; Tunisyah : ha-orekhet, Irit Avramsoki-Blai. Yerushalayim : Yad ova-shem, rashut ha-zikaron la-Shoah ovela-gevurah. (Hebrew)

Roumani, Maurice M. 1995.Aspects of the Holocaust in Libya. Del Fuego, 123-128.

Roumani, Maurice M. 1975. Jews and Arabs in Libya: myths and realities. Jerusalem: M. Roumani. (English)

Roumani, Maurice M. 1987. Zionism and Social Change in Libya at the turn of the Century. Studies in Zionism, vol.8, no.1.

Rubin, Ben-Tsiyon (ed.). 1988. Hedim in ha-Yoman, ha-agudah le-moreshet yahadut luv, be-shituf im ha-merkaz ha-atrbuti le-yahadut. Luv:Jerusalme

Shammas, Anton. 1992. The Middle East Michigan Quarterly Review, vol. 31, no. 4. (English)

Simon, Rachel. 1992. Change within tradition among Jewish women in Libya. Seattle : University of Washington Press.

Simon, Rachel. 1994. It Could Have Happened There; the Jews of Libya during the Second World War. Africana Journal 16, 391- 422.

Simon, Rachel. 1989. Language Change and Sociopolitical Transformations; the case of nineteenth-and twentieth-century Libyan Jews. Jewish History 4,1, 101-121.

Simon, Rachel. 1993. Literature As a Source For the History of Libyan Jewry During the Ottoman Period. New Horizons in Sephardic Studies, 83-91.

Simon, Rachel. 1992. The Sephardi heritage in Libya. Shofar 10,3, 90-112.

Simon, Rachel. 1997. Shlichim from Palestine in Libya. Jewish Political Studies Review 9,1-2, 33-57.

Simon, Rachel. 1994. The Social, Cultural and Political Impact of Zionism in Libya. Jewish Political Studies Review 6,3-4, 127-133.

Shivim sipurim ove-sipur mi-pi Yehude Luv / be-liovui mavo, hearot u-bibliografyah [meet] Dov Noy. Jerusalem: Bi-tefutsot ha-golah, 1967. (Hebrew)

Sloshats, Nahum. 1938. Sefer ha-masaot, masaay be-erets Luv. Vaad ha-Yove. 2 vols.

Slouschz, Nahum. 1944. The Jews of North Africa. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America.

Tobi, Yosef. 1991. Mehkarim be-tarbutam shel yehudei Tsfon-Africa [Studies on the Culture of the Jews of North Africa]. ed. Issachar Ben-Ami. Jerusalem: Communaute Israelite Nord-Africaine. pp. 75-82. (Hebrew)

Vaad Kehilot Luv be-Yisrael, Yahadut Luv, Vaad Kehilot (defus he-asor):Tel Aviv, 1960.

Vardi, Meir, Be-Tset Yisrael mi-Luv, Merkaz ha-Tarbut le-Yehude Luv, 1986.

Vaserti, Asher. Al Toldot Kehilot Tunisyah ve-Luv, Misrad ha-Hinukh veha-Tarbut Agaf ha-Hinukh ha-Dati:Jerusalem. Sifriyat ha-Moreh ha-Dati Toldot Yisrael Bet.

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