Todd M. Endelman
Todd M. Endelman is William Haber Professor of Modern Jewish History at the University of Michigan. He previously taught at Yeshiva University and Indiana University. A specialist in the social history of West European Jewry and British Jewry, he is the author of The Jews of Georgian England (1979; 2nd ed., 1999), Radical Assimilation in English Jewish History, 1656–1945 (1990) and The Jews of Britain, 1656–2000 (2002). He has also edited, contributed to, and written introductions for Jewish Apostasy in the Modern World (1987), Comparing Jewish Societies (1997), and, with Tony Kushner, Disraeli’s Jewishness (2002). He is currently writing a history of conversion and other forms of radical assimilation in modern Jewish history in Europe and America.