Deborah Dash Moore
An historian of American Jews, Deborah Dash Moore specializes in twentieth-century urban history. Three of her monographs form a trilogy, moving from studying second generation New York Jews to examining the lives of Jewish American soldiers in World War II and culminating in a history of migration that carried big city Jews to Miami and Los Angeles after the war. Together with Paula Hyman, she co-edited Jewish Women in America: An Historical Encyclopedia.
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