• Antisemitism: Here and Now

    Deborah Lipstadt

    In 1996 the author of ‘Denying The Holocaust’ was sued for libel by David Irving and acquitted. Her new book is a sober and lucid manual for the perplexed and willfully blind.

    Other £14.99
  • Family Lexicon

    Natalia Ginzburg

    A reprint of her 1960s autobiographical novel about a Jewish family growing up in Mussolini’s Italy.

    Paperback £9.99
  • No Room for Small Dreams: Courage, Imagination and the Making of Modern Israel

    Shimon Peres

    Peres’s memoir was completed shortly before his death in 2016; in it he casts his eye across the seven decades of his political life, first as hawk and later as dove.

    Hardback £25.00
  • A History of Judaism

    Martin Goodman

    A huge, global history that addresses the threads of doctrinal and philosophical debate running through the religion’s history as well as the institutions on which (or in reaction to which) all forms of Judaism are based.

    Hardback £30.00
  • Belonging: The Story of the Jews 1492-1900

    Simon Schama

    The long-awaited second volume of Schama’s excellent history of the Jews, spanning centuries and continents from the expulsion of the Jews from Spain in 1492 to Kerala, Colombia, London and Istanbul.

    Hardback £25.00
  • Fault Lines

    David Pryce-Jones

    This fascinating memoir is partly the story of the author’s parents, Alan Pryce-Jones (editor of the TLS) and ‘Poppy’ Foulds-Springer, heiress of a wealthy Central European Jewish family. DP-J himself has a distinguished intellectual record, and he writes here with aplomb and acuity.

    Extraordinarily, DP-J found no publisher in the UK – this edition was published in the States.

    Paperback £20.00
  • For Two Thousand Years

    Mihail Sebastian

    Never published in English before, Sebastian’s 1934 Bildungsroman follows the life of the unnamed Romanian Jewish narrator from law student to architect. It explores some of the 20th century’s defining ideas: anti-Semitism, nationalism, fascism, Zionism and liberalism, as they became ever more integral both to intellectual dialogues and internal crises of identity for the narrator and his peers. A truly wonderful rediscovered novel worthy of a far greater audience.

    Paperback £9.99