Binah : Jewish civilization University series.
Jewish civilization university series
Open University of Israel
International Center for University Teaching of Jewish Civilization
Jerusalem : International Center for University Teaching of Jewish Civilization
Everyman's University, Israel
Each no. has special title also
Continued by Binah, studies in Jewish history, thought, and culture.
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