Correspondence, manuscripts, financial records, and subscription records, 1934-1987; correspondence pertaining to the Conference
on Jewish Relations, 1931-1956; and materials pertaining to the Jewish Cultural Reconstruction.
Zipperstein and Aron Rodrigue, associate professor of history, agreed in 1993 to become co-editors of Jewish Social Studies.
Founded in 1939, it had been considered the flagship journal in the field ofJewish studies for decades, but was published
sporadically after the death in 1990 of the previous editor.
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