Professor Geoffrey Alderman

Professor Geoffrey Alderman, Professor of History and Politics at the University of Buckingham, the UK's favourite universityProfessor Geoffrey Alderman studied history at Oxford, where his teachers included Sir Martin Gilbert, the late AJP Taylor and the late Dr Cecil Roth. From 1972 until 1994 Professor Alderman taught History and Politics in the University of London, where he was promoted to a Personal Chair in 1989.

From 1989 until 1994 Professor Alderman was Chairman of the Academic Council of the University of London and (1992-93) Pro Vice-Chancellor for Academic Standards. In 1994 Professor Alderman accepted an appointment as quality supremo at Middlesex University, where he became Pro Vice-Chancellor (Quality & Standards). In 1999 Professor Alderman crossed the Atlantic to become Vice-President of Touro College, New York, and in 2002 he re-crossed the Atlantic to become Senior Vice-President of American InterContinental University London (2002-6). Professor Alderman is currently a Visiting Research Fellow at the University of London’s Institute of Historical Research and Michael Gross Professor of Modern History at the University of Buckingham.

Professor Alderman is the author and co-author of some 12 books, including Modern British Jewry (2nd ed., Oxford University Press, 1998). He is also an Associate Editor of the New Dictionary of National Biography, in charge of all post-1800 Jewish entries. He writes irregularly for the Guardian and regularly for the Jewish Chronicle.

Geoffrey Alderman teaches History and Politics at the University of Buckingham.

geoffrey.alderman@buckingham.ac.uk

Publications

Books

Alderman, G. The history of Hackney Downs School (London: Clove Club, 1971).

Alderman, G. The railway interest (Leicester: Leicester University Press, 1973; reprinted by Gregg Revivals, 1993).

Alderman, G. British elections: myth and reality (London: Batsford, 1978).

Alderman, G. The Jewish community in British politics (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1983).

Alderman, G. Pressure groups and government in Great Britain (London: Longman, 1984; 2nd impression 1987).

Alderman, G. Modern Britain 1700-1983: A domestic history (London: Croom Helm 1986; reprinted 1987).

Alderman, G. The Federation of Synagogues, 1887-1987 (London: Federation of Synagogues, 1987).

Alderman, G. London Jewry and London politics 1889-1986 (London: Routledge, 1989).

Alderman, G. Britain: A one-party state? (London: Christopher Helm, 1989).

Alderman, G. Modern British Jewry (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1992; 2nd ed. 1998).

Alderman, G. Controversy and crisis: Studies in the history of the Jews in modern Britain (Brighton MA: Academic Studies Press, 2008)

Edited books

Alderman, G. (ed.). Governments, ethnic groups and political representation (Aldershot: European Science Foundation and Dartmouth Publishing, 1993).

Alderman, G. & C. Holmes (eds). Outsiders and outcasts: Essays in honour of William J. Fishman (London: Duckworth, 1993).

Alderman, G. (ed.). New directions in Anglo-Jewish history (Brighton MA: Academic Studies Press, 2010).
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Other independent studies

Alderman, G. The history of the Hendon Synagogue 1928-1978 (London, 1978).

Alderman, G. The Jewish vote in Great Britain since 1945 (University of Strathclyde Studies in Public Policy no.72, 1980).

Alderman, G. & G. Hudes. The Jewish Shops Panel: A guide for Jewish market traders (Scott Markets Ltd., 1981).

Alderman, G. Anglo-Jewry: A suitable case for treatment (privately published, 1990) [Inaugural Lecture delivered 17 Oct. 1989].

Alderman, G. Academic duty and communal obligation: Some thoughts on the writing of Anglo-Jewish history (Centre for Jewish Studies, University of London, 1994).

Alderman, G. The Holocaust: Why did Anglo-Jewry stand idly by? (Graduate School of Jewish Studies, Touro College, New York, 2001).

Refereed articles and essays

Alderman, G. The politics of the Railway Passenger Duty, Transport History 3 (1970), 1-20.

Alderman, G. The railway companies and the growth of trade unionism in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Historical Journal 14 (1971), 129-52.

Alderman, G. Samuel Plimsoll and the shipping interest, Maritime History 1 (1971), 76-95.

Alderman, G. The Victorian transport revolution, Historical Journal 14 (1971), 635-44. [review article]

Alderman, G. Joseph Chamberlain’s attempted reform of the British mercantile marine, Journal of Transport History n.s.1 (1972), 169-84.

Alderman, G. The anti-Jewish riots of August 1911 in South Wales, Welsh History Review 6 (1972), 190-200; reprinted in H.A. Strauss (ed.), Hostages of Modernization: Studies in Modern Antisemitism 1870-1939 (Berlin & New York: de Gruyter, 1993), 365-75.

Alderman, G. Not quite British: The political attitudes of Anglo-Jewry, in I Crewe (ed.), British Political Sociology Yearbook vol. 2 (London: Croom Helm, 1975), 188-211.

Alderman, G. Into the vortex: South Wales Jewry before 1914, in A. Newman (ed.), Provincial Jewry in Victorian Britain (London: Jewish Historical Society of England, 1975), 12pp.

Alderman, G. The National Free Labour Association: A case-study of organised strike-breaking in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, International Review of Social History 26 (1976), 309-36.

Alderman, G. The Jew as scapegoat? The settlement and reception of Jews in South Wales before 1914, Transactions of the Jewish Historical Society of England 26 (1974-78), 62-70.

Alderman, G. Anglo-Jewry: the unspoken fears, Forum (Jerusalem, 1980), 53-60.

Alderman, G. The political impact of Zionism in the East End before 1940: some thoughts prompted by the experience of Whitechapel, in A. Newman (ed.), The Jewish East End, 1840-1939 (London: Jewish Historical Society of England, 1981), 215-31.

Alderman, G. Jews and Sunday trading: The use and abuse of delegated legislation, Public Administration (Spring 1982), 99-104.

Alderman, G. The Jewish vote: Time to grow up, Immigrants and Minorities 1 (1982), 176-92.

Alderman, G. The political impact of Zionism in the East End of London before 1940, The London Journal 9 (1983), 35-8.

Alderman, G. The electoral system, in J.E. Spence & R.L. Borthwick (eds), British Politics in Perspective (Leicester: Leicester University Press, 1984), 19-47.

Alderman, G. Anglo-Jewry: The politics of an image, Parliamentary Affairs (1984), 160-82.

Alderman, G. Opposition in der Arbeiterschaft gegen den New Unionism: Die National Free Labour Association, in W.J. Mommsen & H-G. Husung (eds), Auf Dem Wege Zur Massengewerkschaft. Die Entwicklung Der Gewerkschaften In Deutschland Und Grossbritannien 1880-1914 (Stuttgart: Klett Cotta, 1984), 375-86. English translation: The National Free Labour Association: Working-class opposition to New Unionism in Britain, in W.J. Mommsen & H-G. Husung (eds), The Development of Trade Unionism in Great Britain and Germany 1880-1914 (London: Allen & Unwin, 1985), 302-11.

Alderman, G. Explaining racism, Political Studies 33 (1985), 129-35.

Alderman, G. Sir Henry Oakley, Dictionary of Business Biography, vol.4 (London: Butterworths, 1985), 470-2.

Alderman, G. Blacks in British politics, Parliamentary Affairs (1987), 265-66. [review article]

Alderman, G. London Jews and the 1987 General Election, Jewish Quarterly (September 1987), 13-16.

Alderman, G. Tadmit u-metsiyyut be-yahadut britanyah ka-yom [Hebrew: Image and reality in contemporary Anglo-Jewry], Gesher (Jerusalem), 116 (Summer 1987), 23-31.

Alderman, G. Changing political allegiances, in J.M. Merrick (ed.), The Lit, At Home: A Celebration of the Centenary of the Edinburgh Jewish Literary Society 1888-1988 (Edinburgh: Edinburgh Jewish Literary Society & Jewish Historical Society of England, 1988), 28-36.

Alderman, G. Jews and Sunday trading in Britain: The private control of public legislation, Jewish Law Annual 8 (1989), 221-37.

Alderman, G. Antisemitism in Britain, Jewish Journal of Sociology 31 (1989), 125-30. [Review article]

Alderman, G. Jews in the Economy of London (1850-1940), in E. Aerts & F.M.L. Thompson (eds), Ethnic Minority Groups and Economic Development (1850-1940) (Leuven: Leuven University Press, 1990), 56-67.

Alderman, G. & S. Burgess. Centre for Policy Studies: The influence of Sir Alfred Sherman, Contemporary Record (Nov. 1990), 14-15.

Alderman, G. The British Chief Rabbinate: A most peculiar practice, European Judaism 23.2 (Autumn 1990), 45-58. [Kaufmann Memorial Lecture delivered at the Leo Baeck College, London, 25 April 1990]

Alderman, G. The reactions of French Jews to Zionism and to Israel, Jewish Journal of Sociology 32 (1990), 119-23. [review article]

Alderman, G. M.H. Davis: The rise and fall of a communal upstart, Transactions of the Jewish Historical Society of England 26 (1988-90), 249-68.

Alderman, G. The roots of anti-Jewish prejudice, Jewish Journal of Sociology 33 (1991), 43-8. [review article]

Alderman, G. Anti-Judaism and Antisemitism, Jewish Journal of Sociology 33 (1991), 117-21. [review article]

Alderman, G. Yehadut britaniyah beshanot ha-teshim: diyokon ve-tatzit [Hebrew: "British Jewry in the 1990s: profile and prospects"], Gesher (Jerusalem) 116 (Winter 1991-2), 60-71.

Alderman, G. Dr. Robert Forgan’s resignation from the British Union of Fascists, Labour History Review 57.1 (Spring 1992), 37-41.

Alderman, G. London Jewry and the 1992 General Election, Jewish Quarterly (Summer 1992), 7-9.

Alderman, G. The assimilation of politics: Anglo-Jewry and the British political process since 1945, Australian Journal of Jewish Studies 6.1 (1992), 23-42.

Alderman, G. Power, status and authority in British Jewry: The Chief Rabbinate and Shechita’, in G. Alderman & C. Holmes (eds), Outsiders and Outcasts: Essays in Honour of William J. Fishman (London: Duckworth, 1993), 12-31.

Alderman, G. Kizuch lehagan yahadut ha-torah mipneh kittiyot tsarah [Hebrew: "How to defend Torah Judaism from narrow sectarianism"], Gesher (Jerusalem) 126 (Winter 1992-93), 106-9. [review article]

Alderman, G. Simeon Singer (1848-1906), Dictionary of National Biography: Missing Persons (Oxford: OUP, 1993), 606.

Alderman, G. London Jewry and London politics, 1889-1934, in G. Alderman (ed.), Governments, Ethnic Groups and Political Representation (Aldershot: European Science Foundation and Dartmouth Publishing, 1993), 3-30.

Alderman, G. Conclusion, in G. Alderman (ed), Governments, Ethnic Groups and Political Representation (Aldershot: European Science Foundation and Dartmouth Publishing, 1993), 279-92.

Alderman, G. Never mind the width: feel the quality, Oxford Magazine (Noughth Week, Michaelmas Term 1993), 2-4. [Quality issues in Higher Education] Reprinted in PSA News (Winter 1993), 21-23.

Alderman, G. The Jewish dimension in British politics since 1945, New Community 20.1 (October 1993), 9-25.

Alderman, G. British Jews: Religious community or ethnic minority?, in J. Webber (ed.), Jewish Identities in the New Europe (London: Littman Library, 1994), 188-92.

Alderman, G. Mere English, History Today 44 (March 1994), 52-53. [review article]

Alderman, G. Evicting settlers – can Israeli soldiers refuse?, Manna 43 (Spring 1994), 2-3. [review article]

Alderman, G. The future of the classified honours degree [keynote presentation] in R. Winter (ed), The Future of the Classified Honours Degree (Chelmsford & London: Anglia Polytechnic University and The Society for Research into Higher Education, 1994), 8-12.

Alderman, G. Meachdut lepluralizm [Hebrew: "From unity to pluralism"], Gesher (Jerusalem) 129 (Summer 1994), 84-88. [review article]

Alderman, G. Zionism, Modern History Review (Sep. 1994), 6-7.

Alderman, G. Recent Anglo-Jewish historiography and the myth of Jix’s antisemitism: a response, Australian Journal of Jewish Studies 8.1 (1994), 112-21.

Alderman, G. The ethnic dimension: Not as simple as it seems, Jewish Quarterly 155 (Autumn 1994), 51-53. [review article]

Alderman, G. The defence of shechita: Anglo-Jewry and the “humane conditions” regulations of 1990, New Community 21.1 (Jan. 1995), 79-93.

Alderman, G. Jewish political attitudes and voting patterns in England 1945-1987, in R. Wistrich (ed.), Terms of Survival: The Jewish world since 1945 (London: Routledge, 1995), 249-68.

Alderman, G. La presence juïve en Grande-Bretagne, Migrance 6/7 (1994-95), 22-31.

Alderman, G. English Jews or Jews of the English persuasion? Reflections on the emancipation of Anglo-Jewry, in P. Birnbaum & I. Katznelson (eds), Paths of Emancipation (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1995), 128-56.

Alderman, G. Anglo-Jewry and its present discontents, Jewish Quarterly (Summer 1995), 21-25.

Alderman, G. The concept of ethnicity and its impact on recent British political historiography, in Political History on the Eve of the XXI Century: Traditions and Innovations (Moscow: Institute of Universal History, 1995), 73-84.

Alderman, G. How will Jews vote in 1997?, Manna (Autumn 1995), 6-8.

Alderman, G. Die Debatte über die Qualität der britischen Hochschulausbildung: Selbstregelung, Regelung durch den Staat und die Suche nach Normen, in D.V. Hoyningen-Huene et al. (eds), Auf dem Wege zur gläsernen Fachhochschule (Bonn, 1995), 39-45.

Alderman, G. The political conservatism of the Jews in Britain, in P.Y. Medding (ed.), Values, Interests and Identity: Jews and Politics in a Changing World (Studies in Contemporary Jewry XI, New York: Oxford University Press for Institute of Contemporary Jewry, 1995), 101-116.

Alderman, G. Audit, assessment and academic autonomy, Higher Education Quarterly 50.3 (July 1996), 178-92.

Alderman, G. Self-regulation versus inspection: the quality debate in British higher education, Quality World Technical Supplement (Sep. 1996), 73-76.

Alderman, G. Some pessimistic thoughts on contemporary Anglo-Jewry, Gesher 134 (Winter 1996-97), 74-80.

Alderman, G. The young Cecil Roth, 1899-1924, Transactions of the Jewish Historical Society of England 34 (1994-1996), 1-16.

Alderman, G. & M. Steele. Peer assessment of teaching and learning as part of a school review, Managing Quality and Standards in UK Higher Education (London: Higher Education Quality Council, 1997), 31-35.

Alderman, G. 23 entries for J. Cannon (ed.), The Oxford Companion to British History (Oxford: OUP, 1997).

Alderman, G. Playing tennis with Blair: Anglo-Jewry and the General Election of 1997, Jewish Quarterly 167 (Autumn 1997), 30-32.

Alderman, G. That letter: Rabbinical politics and Jewish management, Judaism Today (Winter 1997-98), 40-43.

Alderman, G. From elitist self-regulation to a marketable commodity: British universities and the illusions of academic autonomy in a democratic society, in K.D. Wolff (ed.), Autonomy and External Control: The University in Search of the Golden Mean (Munich, 1997), 129-46.

Alderman, G. Britisches Judentum: Religiöse Pluralität und öffentliche Identität, in C. Miething (ed.), Judentum und Moderne in Frankreich und Italien (Tübingen: Niemeyer, 1998), 87-102.

Alderman, G. British Jewry in search of a replacement for Zionism [in Hebrew], Gesher 137 (Summer 1998), 77-81.

Alderman, G. Kosher sex and leadership lubrication, Judaism Today (Winter 1998-99), 4-7.

Alderman, G. British Jews or Britons of the Jewish persuasion? The religious constraints of civic freedom, in S.M. Cohen & G. Horenczyk (eds), National Variations in Jewish Identity: Implications for Jewish Education (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1999), 125-35.

Alderman, G. Teaching and research in higher education, Reflections on Higher Education 11 (Jan. 2000), 26-34.

Alderman, G. Internal audit: Is it worth the effort?, in A. Holmes & S. Brown (eds), Internal Audit in Higher Education (London: Kogan Page, 2000), 57-63.

Alderman, G. The anti-Jewish riots of August 1911 in South Wales: a response, Welsh History Review 20 (2001), 565-71.

Alderman, G. The globalisation of higher education: Some observations on the free market and the national interest, Higher Education in Europe 26.1 (2001), 47-52.

Alderman, G. Quality assurance in off-shore provision: Some British lessons worth learning, in Studies on Higher Education (Bucharest: UNESCO, 2001), 143-52

Alderman, G. Some thoughts on anti-Jewish violence in modern Britain’, in A.S. Abulafia (ed,), Religious Violence between Christians and Jews: Medieval Roots, Modern Perspectives (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2001), 179-83.

Alderman, G. Three entries for J.A. Ramsden (ed.), The Oxford Companion to 20th-Century British Politics (Oxford: OUP, 2002).

Alderman, G. The tradition of left-wing anti-Jewish prejudice in Britain. in B. Kosmin & P. Iganski (eds), A New Anti-Semitism: Debating Judeophobia in 21st-century Britain (London: Institute for Jewish Policy Research, 2003), 223-30.

Alderman, G. Lubavitch Messianism, Jewish Journal of Sociology 64 (2002), 46-50. [review article]

Alderman, G. British Jewry: The disintegration of a community, in S. Encel & L. Stein (eds), Continuity, Commitment, and Survival: Jewish Communities in the Diaspora (Westport & London: Praeger, 2003), 49-65.

Alderman, G. First-class failures, New Humanist (March 2004), 18-19.

Alderman, G. Quality in British higher education: A comedy of very avoidable errors, in Evaluation und Akkreditierung: bluffen – vereinheitlichen – prolifieren? (Bonn: Hochschulrektorenkonferenz, 2004), 33-38.

Alderman, G. Krótka historia brytyjskich Zydów ["Short history of British Jewry"], Midrasz (May 2004), 9-12.

Alderman, G. Claude Montefiore [review article], Jewish Journal of Sociology 46 (2004), 78-81.

Alderman, G. 24 entries for B. Harrison (ed.), The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford: OUP, 2004).

Alderman, G. Compliance or quality? American and British approaches to the accreditation of higher education institutions, College and University Journal 81.1 (Summer 2005), 17-22.

Alderman, G. & R. Brown. Can quality assurance survive the market? Accreditation and audit at the crossroads, Higher Education Quarterly 59.4 (October 2005), 313-28.

Alderman, G. Orthodox Judaism and Chief Rabbis in Britain, Jewish Journal of Sociology 49.1/2 (2007), 80-83.

Alderman, G. & R. Brown. American and British higher education: Common problems, common responses. College and University Journal 82.3 (Summer 2007), 19-24.

Alderman, G. & C. Holmes. The Burton Book, Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society 18.1 (January 2008), 1-13.

Alderman, G. “Defining and measuring academic standards: A British perspective”, Higher Education Management & Policy 21.3 (November 2009), 1-14.

Alderman, G. “Reflections: Change, quality and standards in British higher education”, Journal of Change Management 10.3 (Sep. 2010), 243-252.

Non-refereed output

Jewish vote showed in British election, Jerusalem Post (14 March 1974), 6.

The Jewish vote,Jewish Review 28.15 (7 June 1974), 5.

How Jews vote, Jewish Chronicle (19 July 1974), 10.

Where being Jewish counts, Jewish Chronicle (25 Oct. 1974), 14.

Jews and British politics, The American Zionist 65.5 (Jan. 1975), 18-20.

Fighters against the Front, Jewish Chronicle (6 Oct. 1978), 25. [A perspective of the Anti-Nazi League]

No welcome in the hillsides, Arcade: Wales Fortnightly (6 Mar. 1981), 17-18.

Assimilation: The case against, Jewish Observer (April 1981), 3.

The panel that never was, Market Trader (16 May 1981), 62.

What the Board of Deputies hides from you, Manna 4 (Summer 1984), 12-13.

Working class heroes?, Times Higher Education Supplement (7 Dec. 1984), 17.

Lost opportunities, Tikun (Spring 1986), 6-7.

Two cheers for the GLC, Jewish Chronicle (28 Mar. 1986), 27.

Two faces of religious expediency, Jewish Chronicle (7 Nov. 1986), 25.

Jews’ College: The way ahead, Jewish Chronicle (12 Dec. 1986), 26.

The cashrut war, Jewish Chronicle (2 Jan. 1987), 23.

Resolving the problems of divorce, Jewish Chronicle (19 June 1987), 25.

Anglo-Jewry and Jewish refugees, AJR Information 42.6 (June 1987), 3.

Hurwitz gives a view from the top…, Jewish Herald (June/July 1987), 17. [Interview with H. Hurwitz, Adviser to the Prime Minister of Israel]

Shechita court challenge, Jewish Herald (July/Aug. 1987), 4.

Jewish vote swings right, Jewish Herald (July/Aug. 1987), 5.

Converts to the vision in true blue, Times Higher Education Supplement (10 July 1987), 15.

Taking the initiative on shechita, Jewish Chronicle (24 July 1987), 23.

High Court over-rules decision on shochet, Jewish Herald (Aug./Sep. 1987), 2.

Anglo-Jewry: On the right road at last?, Washington Jewish Week (3 Sep. 1987), 33.

Out of the shadows, Jewish Chronicle (16 Oct. 1987), 26.

Chord and discord, Jewish Chronicle (23 Oct. 1987), 30.

Federation marks its centenary, Jewish Herald (12 Nov. 1987), 2.

Librarian in Sabbath work dispute, Jewish Herald (12 Nov. 1987), 3.

British blow to “shechita”, Washington Jewish Week (10 Dec. 1987), 31.

Why an ombudsman would not work, Jewish Chronicle (22 Jan. 1988), 25.

Change of plea in Sabbath work hearing, Jewish Herald (4 Feb. 1988), 2.

Pressure groups: A mixed blessing, Contemporary Record (Spring 1988), 2-4.

Fifty years service to Anglo-Jewry, Jewish Chronicle (8 July 1988), 33.

We know that we are under siege , The Independent (25 Mar. 1989), 19. Reprinted in Common Ground (Journal of the Council of Christians & Jews) 1 (1989). [Anti-Jewish prejudice in contemporary Britain]

The parliamentary scrutiny of delegated legislation, Public Law (Spring 1989), 38-9.

Militants with £1 million to spend, Manna 25 (Autumn 1989), 8 & 10. [The Lubavitch Movement]

Census sensibility, Jewish Chronicle (9 Mar. 1990), 28. [Jews and the 1991 Census]

Jews and Sunday trading, Hamaor (Apr. 1990), 24-5.

New searchlights on our past, Manna 27 (Spring 1990), 12-13.

Risking the Jewish vote too?, The Times (23 Apr. 1990), 14. [Mrs. Thatcher and the issue of Jewish religious slaughter in Britain]

What is the strength of the Jewish vote?, Jewish Chronicle (4 May 1990), 29.

Obituary of Professor J.R. Dinwiddy, The Guardian (7 May 1990), 29.

Shekhita – the knives are out, Jewish Socialist (Autumn 1990), 23-4. [The rhetoric of the campaign against Jewish and Muslim religious slaughter]

British Jewry, Times Higher Education Supplement (26 Oct. 1990), 20. [review article]

Social and ethical, Manna 30 (Winter 1991), Theology Supplement, 3-4. [Response to Progressive Jewish Beliefs]

Mistaken identity, Times Higher Education Supplement (26 Apr. 1991), 17. [Reform of the University of London]

Antisemitism, Jewish Quarterly (Spring 1991), 43-44.

Fears and hopes for British Jewry, Jewish Chronicle (17 May 1991), 21.

Roots goes to college, Roots (June 1991), 2-3. [Roots Afro-Caribbean Foundation]

Modern Orthodox should link with Chabad, Jewish Chronicle (30 Aug. 1991), 15.

But was Margaret Thatcher good for the Jews?’, Manna 34 (Spring 1992), 2-3.

Friends of Israel, Jewish Chronicle (27 Mar. 1992), 25. [Jews and the 1992 British General Election]

Reply to letter from Professor R. Wistrich, Jewish Journal of Sociology 34 (1992), 68-72.

Jewish aspects of the demise of the Soviet Union and the fall of Communism [in Hebrew], Gesher (Jerusalem) 125 (Summer 1992), 23.

British politics – the ethnic dimension, Roots (July 1992), 21.

Is Anglo-Jewry too synagogue-orientated?, Jewish Chronicle (11 Sep. 1992), 17.

Political punch, Manna 37 (Autumn 1992), 11.

Anglo-Jewry cannot afford the Chief Rabbi or the JIA, Manna 38 (Winter 1993), 2-3.

An end to the class system?, Guardian Education (15 June 1993), 6. [The classification of degrees]

Obituary of Professor S.E. Finer, PSA News (Summer 1993), 2.

The future of the classified honours degree, Chemistry & Industry (18 Oct. 1993), 812.

Boarding the space module, Guardian Education (2 Nov. 1993), 4.

Anglo-Jewish tale of historical vandalism, Jewish Chronicle (19 Nov. 1993), 20.

The administration is not irresistible, Times Higher Education Supplement (19 Nov. 1993), 16.

Jews and Germans: Fifty years after the Holocaust [in Hebrew], Gesher 127-128 (Fall-Winter 1993), 28-29.

Who scores the college dons?, Guardian Education (25 Jan. 1994), 3.

Rhetoric of warfare and reality of schism, Jewish Chronicle (18 Feb. 1994), 17.

Last rites for a dying system, Guardian Education (1 Mar. 1994), 5.

Doctor, doctor, Guardian Education (19 Apr. 1994), 6.

A degree of indifference, Education Guardian (21 June 1994), 3.

When good results come at a price, The Independent (21 July 1994), 28.

Crisis at the Chronicle, New Moon (Aug. 1994), 35-7. Reprinted in Evening Standard (23 Aug. 1994), 12.

The case against written exams, The Independent (27 Oct. 1994), 36. Reprinted in Spoken English 28.1 (March 1995), 34-35.

Holocaust studies, Guardian Education (1 Nov. 1994), 4-5.

Universities challenged, Guardian Education (31 Jan. 1995), 7.

A degree of association, Guardian Education (11 Apr. 1995), 5. Reprinted in Political Studies Association News Extra (Summer 1995), 21-22].

Stepping out in quality street, Guardian Education (30 May 1995), 7.

Orthodox rabbinate faces crucial choices, Jewish Chronicle (8 Sep. 1995), 34.

Superior knowledge comes with age, The Independent (12 Oct. 1995), sec.2, 15.

A ‘freeze-market’ future for kosher mea’, Jewish Chronicle (3 Nov. 1995), 30.

Assessors must blow their cover, Times Higher Education Supplement (3 Nov. 1995), 12.

The bottom line on standards, The Independent, (30 Nov. 1995), sec.2, 16.

The Chief Rabbinate: An excursion into myth-making, Judaism Today 3 (Winter 1995/6), 36-41.

The growing gap between Israel and the Diaspora [in Hebrew], Gesher 132 (Winter 1995/6), 59-61.

Keeping tabs on our offspring overseas, The Independent (8 Feb. 1996), sec.2, 15. [Overseas academic audit]

What a disappointment, comparatively speaking, The Independent (29 Feb. 1996), sec.2, 13. [The Dearing Committee of Inquiry into Higher Education]

Is Reform losing touch with its roots?, Jewish Chronicle (8 Mar. 1996, 24).

The sale of kidneys: Time for a rethink?, Verdict (Oxford University Law Society) (Hilary Term 1996), 41-2.

Paying for quality, The Lecturer (April 1996), 23.

Colleges are not like cheese, The Independent (18 Apr. 1996), sec.2, 19.

The Disunited Synagogue, Judaism Today 4 (Spring 1996), 34-7.

Always under the inspector’s eye, The Independent (30 May 1996), sec.2, 16.

Ask the right questions when choosing a British university, Straits Times (Singapore) (14 June 1996), 47.

Gulf war in quality assurance, Times Higher Education Supplement (28 June 1996), 13.

Hands off academic autonomy, The Times (5 July 1996), 39.

Ads can mislead foreign students, The Independent (8 August 1996), sec.2, 14.

The golden irretrievable, Times Higher Education Supplement (1 Nov. 1996), 12.

By the waters of Babylon, History Today (Dec. 1996), 53-4. [review article]

Personally speaking, The Independent (28 Nov. 1996), sec.2, 11. [The Teacher Training Agency]

When kindness becomes a betrayal’, Times Higher Education Supplement (14 Feb. 1997), 18.

Why the quality gurus get the standard answers wrong, Sunday Times (9 Mar. 1997), sec.7, 21.

Time to defend UK courses in other realms, Times Higher Education Supplement (4 Apr. 1997), 14.

Cinderella campuses await Prince Gordon, Sunday Times (25 May 1997), sec.7, 15.

Degrees of suspicion, Jewish Chronicle (4 July 1997), 25.

Education for the masses [in Hebrew], Ha‘aretz (3 Aug. 1997), 2.

Time to end the farce of teaching quality assessments, Independent Education (18 Sep. 1997), 4-5.

League tables merit improvement, Times Higher Education Supplement (19 Sep. 1997), 14.

Audit’s deep confusion, Times Higher Education Supplement (26 Dec. 1997), 8.

Orthodoxy and non-Orthodoxy in Britain, Gesher 136 (Winter 1997), 18-19.

The right to say no to the auditors, Times Higher Education Supplement (6 Feb. 1998), 15.

Mind games – the new university challenge, Independent Education (23 Apr. 1998), 12.

League tables: diversity is their strength, Guardian Higher Education (23 June 1998), ii-iii.

Who inspects the inspectors?, Independent Review (27 Aug. 1998), 16.

Declaration or discretion?, Jewish Chronicle New Year Supplement (18 Sep. 1998), vii-x.

Beware Greeks bearing lists, Independent Education (29 Apr. 1999), 6.

“Money talks” mentality is taking its toll, Guardian Higher (15 June 1999), ii-iii. [with Mantz Yorke]

Innocence amid TVU slaughter’, Times Higher Education Supplement (23 July 1999), 16.

A Faustian pact, Guardian Education (28 Mar. 2000), 11.

Pay up or “die”, Guardian Education (10 Oct. 2000), 13.

Opinion [We must try the American way], Guardian Education (12 Dec. 2000), 13

Opinion [Free trade in education], Guardian Education (9 Jan. 2001), 12.

QAA should stay its heavy hand, Times Higher Education Supplement (19 Jan. 2001), 16.

Opinion [Affirmative action], Guardian Education (6 Feb. 2001), 13.

Web weaves togetherness, Times Higher Education Supplement (2 Mar. 2001), 9. [Regional accreditation in the USA]

Opinion [Litigation culture in the USA], Guardian Education (6 Mar. 2001), 13.

Opinion [Top-up fees], Guardian Education (3 Apr. 2001), 13.

Opinion [Quality Assessment in the UK], Guardian Education (1 May 2001), 13.

Opinion [Looking for answers in Quality Assessment], Guardian Education (5 June 2001), 17.

To go big, go private, Times Higher Education Supplement (29 June 2001), 18.

Opinion [The Institute for Learning & Teaching], Guardian Education (3 July 2001), 13.

Down the drain, Guardian Education (10 July 2001).

Beware: words can and do kill, Times Higher Education Supplement (13 July 2001), 16.

In focus, Guardian Education (29 Aug. 2001).

Doorstep education, Guardian Education (4 Sep. 2001).

Opinion [The external examiner system], Guardian Education (2 Oct. 2001), 15.

Class divisions, Guardian Education (6 Nov. 2001).

The QAA‘s thoroughly bad APEL, Times Higher Education Supplement (9 Nov. 2001).

A long, cold winter, Guardian Education (22 Nov. 2001).

To boldly go, Guardian Education (4 Dec. 2001). [Internet education]

Put salaries on quality agenda, Times Higher Education Supplement (1 Feb. 2002), 16.

A clearer picture, EducationGuardian.co.uk (12 Feb. 2002).

Fit for purpose, Guardian Education (19 Feb. 2002).

Disband this body of (un)representatives, Jewish Chronicle (1 Mar. 2002), 27.

Orthodoxy has no need of these “bans”, Jewish Chronicle (8 Mar. 2002), 33.

No sex education please – we’re frum, Jewish Chronicle (15 Mar. 2002), 31.

Lots to gain from for-profits, Times Higher Education Supplement (22 Mar. 2002).

Extra, Jewish, dimension to Irish question, Jewish Chronicle (22 Mar. 2002), 29.

End this reckless attitude to our heritage, Jewish Chronicle (29 Mar. 2002), 21.

Beware the baying of the hounds of hate, Jewish Chronicle (5 Apr. 2002), 19.

Rich and beautiful but not that “neutral”, Jewish Chronicle (12 Apr. 2002), 33.

Time to rid the Lords of turbulent priests, Jewish Chronicle (19 Apr. 2002), 31.

Deep-rooted nature of anti-Jewish views, Jewish Chronicle (26 Apr. 2002), 29.

Is this the unkindest boycott of them all?, Jewish Chronicle (3 May 2002), 27.

Power to the professors, Guardian Education (7 May 2002), 15.

Quality checker needs checking, Times Higher Education Supplement (10 May 2002), 16.

The BNP must be spurned as a bedfellow, Jewish Chronicle (10 May 2002), 27.

On truths not universally acknowledged, Jewish Chronicle (17 May 2002), 25.

Scholars’ squalid betrayal of scholarship, Jewish Chronicle (24 May 2002), 29.

Anti-racism measures which fan racism, Jewish Chronicle (7 June 2002), 21.

A decade of unfulfilled communal aims, Jewish Chronicle (14 June 2002), 27.

Blair leading Israel down the Irish path, Jewish Chronicle (21 June 2002), 31.

Higher observance means higher expense, Jewish Chronicle (28 June 2002), 27.

Sick humour that has replaced morality, Jewish Chronicle (5 July 2002), 31.

Quiet modesty of the really great heroes, Jewish Chronicle (12 July 2002), 27.

Beware Hodge’s Trojan Horse, Times Higher Education Supplement (19 July 2002), 14.

Out comes the sun and the crazy capers, Jewish Chronicle (19 July 2002), 27.

The gesture politics of an Israel boycott, EducationGuardian.co.uk, 22 July 2002

Obstacle to peace removed, not created, Jewish Chronicle (2 Aug. 2002), 27.

Supreme scientist and supreme cynicism, Jewish Chronicle (9 Aug. 2002), 23.

Blaming the medium for the message, Jewish Chronicle (16 Aug. 2002), 23.

Uncharitable thoughts of hidden agendas, Jewish Chronicle (23 Aug. 2002), 27.

Labouring under an old misapprehension, Jewish Chronicle (30 Aug. 2002), 33.

An overweening Guardian that is no angel, Jewish Chronicle (13 Sep. 2002), 33.

Integrity rather than flattery in memoriam, Jewish Chronicle (20 Sep. 2002), 27.

Rabbi needs to distinguish souls from soles, Jewish Chronicle (27 Sep. 2002), 25.

No Mohammed nor mountain but a move, Jewish Chronicle (4 Oct. 2002), 31.

Just how objective are the friends of Iraq?, Jewish Chronicle (11 Oct. 2002), 31.

Gefilte tips on discovering who is Jewish, Jewish Chronicle (18 Oct. 2002), 31.

Egypt publicly disavows the idea of peace, Jewish Chronicle (25 Oct. 2002), 33.

Cost of merger is more than fees, Times Higher Education Supplement (25 Oct. 2002), 18.

An equal footing, EducationGuardian.co.uk (31 Oct. 2002).

Matters of conscience and of objection, Jewish Chronicle (1 Nov. 2002), 31.

Gossipy blot on the charitable landscape, Jewish Chronicle (8 Nov. 2002), 33.

North-Eastern authority is not just local¸ Jewish Chronicle (15 Nov. 2002), 29.

Human rights should apply to all humans, Jewish Chronicle (22 Nov. 2002), 31.

Is it ‘cos we is not multicultural enough?, Jewish Chronicle (29 Nov. 2002), 37.

The Charedim aren’t so cut off as all that, Jewish Chronicle (6 Dec. 2002), 29.

It’s time that the Government spoke out, Jewish Chronicle (13 Dec. 2002), 27.

Salutary German (and history) lessons, Jewish Chronicle (20 Dec. 2002), 21.

Boycott questions are purely academic, Jewish Chronicle (27 Dec. 2002), 19.

End of lurid tale of missed opportunities, Jewish Chronicle (3 Jan. 2003), 17.

Regain the right to self-regulate, Times Higher Education Supplement (3 Jan. 2003).

Water minister turning on the wrong tap, Jewish Chronicle (10 Jan. 2003), 31.

Horse and carriage, Guardian Education (14 Jan. 2003), 16. [research & teaching in higher education]

Flay all betrayal of what Moses disposes, Jewish Chronicle (17 Jan. 2003), 33.

By public demand: a shot at the deputies, Jewish Chronicle (24 Jan. 2003), 33.

Go to synagogue and pray for a prisoner, Jewish Chronicle (31 Jan. 2003), 31.

Victims of the violent victims of stress, Jewish Chronicle (7 Feb. 2003), 31.

A few ideas for a Jewish core curriculum, Jewish Chronicle (14 Feb. 2003), 29.

Comedy to be found in Mid-East tragedy, Jewish Chronicle (21 Feb. 2003), 29.

Getting used to thinking the unthinkable, Jewish Chronicle (28 Feb. 2003), 33.

Voted out, staying out and crashing out, Jewish Chronicle (7 Mar. 2003), 27.

Age of information or age of ignorance?, Jewish Chronicle (14 Mar. 2003), 33.

Labouring to become a world statesman, Jewish Chronicle (21 Mar. 2003), 33.

Censors and (Anglo-Jewish) sensibility, Jewish Chronicle (28 Mar. 2003), 33.

Reasonable anxiety; unreasonable silence, Jewish Chronicle (4 Apr. 2003), 33.

Code that should end a dubious practice, Jewish Chronicle (11 Apr. 2003), 35.

Cupboard love, The Guardian (12 Apr. 2003).

Stop crying wolf but don’t stop crying, Jewish Chronicle (18 Apr. 2003), 23.

Kosher walkaway: uncompromising unity, Jewish Chronicle (25 Apr. 2003), 15.

Avoidance of light work on the Sabbath, Jewish Chronicle (2 May 2003), 31.

Tam’s very impressive Jewish credentials, Jewish Chronicle (9 May 2003), 31.

Steering committees in need of direction, Jewish Chronicle (16 May 2003), 31.

My skill in rendering a mission impossible, Jewish Chronicle (23 May 2003), 29.

Human shields can cover up many things, Jewish Chronicle (30 May 2003), 29.

Courage under fire, EducationGuardian.co.uk (5 June 2003).

Israel must not abandon its vital principles, Jewish Chronicle (6 June 2003), 29.

Even with many sinners, a sin is still a sin, Jewish Chronicle (13 June 2003), 27.

Back on the road with a dangerous driver, Jewish Chronicle (20 June 2003), 29.

Ministerial reshuffles and other kerfuffles, Jewish Chronicle (27 June 2003), 31.

Don’t let this columnist get off Scott free, Jewish Chronicle (4 July 2003), 25.

Ranting, raging, rough-housing… rabbis, Jewish Chronicle (11 July 2003), 25.

Re-creation is the word, not “rectification”, Jewish Chronicle (18 July 2003), 25.

Obituary of Rabbi Bezalel Rakow, The Guardian (25 July 2003), 25.

There’s a PA in Patten and a Patten in PA‘, Jewish Chronicle (25 July 2003), 25.

UK‘s strong signs of middle-Jewry spread, Jewish Chronicle (1 Aug. 2003), 21.

Testing the quality, EducationGuardian.co.uk (4 Aug. 2003).

More of those splinters of our discontent, Jewish Chronicle ( 8 Aug. 2003), 21.

There is a new anti-Semitism out there, Jewish Chronicle (15 Aug. 2003), 21.

Jacobs I: the odour of rabbinic politics, Jewish Chronicle (22 Aug. 2003), 21.

This was a religious, not a political action, Jewish Chronicle (29 Aug. 2003), 21.

I sincerely hope this catches the last post, Jewish Chronicle (5 Sep. 2003), 23.

Far from funny, Guardian Education (9 Sep. 2003), 12-13.

Why can’t we pray at our holiest site?, Jewish Chronicle (12 Sep. 2003), 31.

Alleviating boredom with inaccuracies, Jewish Chronicle (19 Sep. 2003), 35.

Let us have some real Palestinian justice, Jewish Chronicle (26 Sep. 2003), 45.

The Farm Animal Welfare Council, The Voice (Sep. 2003), 44-50.

Intellectual error and intellectual probity, Jewish Chronicle (3 Oct. 2003), 35.

“European” emphatically is not “Christian”, Jewish Chronicle (10 Oct. 2003), 33.

Tear up the class system, EducationGuardian.co.uk (14 Oct. 2003).

Testing that fails some fundamental tests, Jewish Chronicle (17 Oct. 2003), 31.

Only one Jewish view? You must be joking, Jewish Chronicle (24 Oct. 2003), 27.

Hope when a family values family values, Jewish Chronicle (31 Oct. 2003), 31.

Why Tory success will get Liberals going, Jewish Chronicle (7 Nov. 2003), 29.

Shooting ourselves in the foot yet again, Jewish Chronicle (14 Nov. 2003), 27.

Lesson in contrition for Fijian island,Jewish Chronicle (21 Nov. 2003), 25.

Centre cannot hold if it is mortgaged, Jewish Chronicle (28 Nov. 2003), 29.

History is what is happening now, too, Jewish Chronicle (5 Dec. 2003), 27.

A time for self-help… and for anger, Jewish Chronicle (12 Dec. 2003), 29.

This liberation is a form of repression, Jewish Chronicle (19 Dec. 2003), 23.

Hooray, no more sitting on the fence, Jewish Chronicle (26 Dec. 2003), 19.

Public matters need a public airing, Jewish Chronicle (2 Jan. 2004), 19.

Fear of the neighbours from heaven, Jewish Chronicle (9 Jan. 2004), 27.

Less (and more) to complain about, Jewish Chronicle (16 Jan. 2004), 29.

The honour lies in refusing a gong, Jewish Chronicle (23 Jan. 2004), 27.

Distinguished man’s frustrated career, Jewish Chronicle (30 Jan. 2004), 31.

Drama entitled “Snide and Prejudice”, Jewish Chronicle (6 Feb. 2004), 29.

Just a little more thought for the day, Jewish Chronicle (13 Feb. 2004), 29.

Commemoration that was a mistake, Jewish Chronicle (20 Feb. 2004), 29.

Beyond the sermon, Jewish Chronicle Literary Supplement (20 Feb. 2004), iv.

So, Dr Waite, what of “so-called” evil?, Jewish Chronicle (27 Feb. 2004), 27.

All treated in the strictest confidence, Jewish Chronicle (5 Mar. 2004), 27.

Let’s finish the popcorn and move on, Jewish Chronicle (12 Mar. 2004), 29.

A very progressive kind of prejudice, Jewish Chronicle (19 Mar. 2004), 29.

A massacre and the roots of revenge, Jewish Chronicle (26 Mar. 2004), 39.

Afflicted with the crumbs of discomfort, Jewish Chronicle (2 Apr. 2004), 29.

Truth will provoke the greatest anger, Jewish Chronicle (9 Apr. 2004), 21.

We must allow rabbis more freedom, Jewish Chronicle (16 Apr. 2004), 23.

Is Ben’s the kindest or unkindest cut?, Jewish Chronicle (23 Apr. 2004), 29.

Lessons that teachers need to learn, Jewish Chronicle (30 Apr. 2004), 29.

It is most reasonable to take days off, Jewish Chronicle (7 May 2004), 25.

Club culture has gone too far, Times Higher Education Supplement (7 May 2004), 14.

Organ recital ended by abrupt silence, Jewish Chronicle (14 May 2004), 27.

Time to heed the forces of history, Jewish Chronicle (21 May 2004), 27.

Tortured bodies and tortured minds, Jewish Chronicle ( 28 May 2004), 27.

Get off the online bandwagon, Education Guardian (1 June 2004).

A drowning story of “crowning glory”, Jewish Chronicle (4 June 2004), 27.

More raspberry- than whistle-blower, Jewish Chronicle (11 June 2004), 27.

Terror measures are way off target, Jewish Chronicle (18 June 2004), 27.

Murky business from start to Finnish, Jewish Chronicle (25 June 2004), 27.

Slander, hypocrisy, error and jealousy, Jewish Chronicle (2 July 2004), 27.

Disturbing turns in pulpits and theses, Jewish Chronicle (9 July 2004), 23.

Chief Rabbis and moving experiences, Jewish Chronicle (16 July 2004), 25.

Night mayor? Livingstone, I presume, Jewish Chronicle (23 July 2004), 23.

Verdict endorsing cant and hypocrisy, Jewish Chronicle (30 July 2004, 23.

No case for unequal treatment¸ Times Higher Education Supplement (30 July 2004), 14.

Let all Sabrina’s special needs be met, Jewish Chronicle (6 Aug. 2004), 23.

Sad rabbinical misreading of history, Jewish Chronicle (13 Aug. 2004), 21.

The self-confident and the self-hating, Jewish Chronicle (20 Aug. 2004), 23.

Let the religious debate commence, Jewish Chronicle (27 Aug. 2004), 23.

Listening to music without prejudice, Jewish Chronicle (3 Sep. 2004), 29.

Can news be managed without bias?, Jewish Chronicle (10 Sep. 2004), 45.

Our view of evil must not be clouded, Jewish Chronicle (17 Sep. 2004), 33.

The book of names, Jewish Chronicle (24 Sep. 2004), 29.

Pension propriety and impropriety, Jewish Chronicle (24 Sep. 2004), 33.

Responsibility lies beyond the binge, Jewish Chronicle (1 Oct. 2004), 25.

Democracy countenances the odious, Jewish Chronicle (8 Oct. 2004), 23.

Paper tiger, Education Guardian (12 Oct. 2004), 22.

Killer convicted of enhanced offence, Jewish Chronicle (15 Oct. 2004), 31.

Wrong response to Bigley kidnapping, Jewish Chronicle (22 Oct. 2004), 31.

Men of the cloth, cuff and the clout, Jewish Chronicle (29 Oct. 2004), 29.

Praying’s OK but business is business, Jewish Chronicle (5 Nov. 2004), 35.

Questions which need clear answers, Jewish Chronicle (12 Nov. 2004), 27. [reprinted in Israelinsider (24 Nov. 2004)]

How the word “great” can often grate, Jewish Chronicle (19 Nov. 2004), 33.

Sick and sickening Commons practices, Jewish Chronicle (26 Nov. 2004), 29.

Shechitah: don’t give Board the bird, Jewish Chronicle (3 Dec. 2004), 31.

Times change, and not for the better, Jewish Chronicle (10 Dec. 2004), 25.

Politics, not candles, in the wind, Jewish Chronicle (17 Dec. 2004), 23.

Barghouti is a hard man to follow, Jewish Chronicle (24 Dec. 2004), 21.

Drive against boycott one-way traffic, Jewish Chronicle (31 Dec. 2004), 17.

Poster traumatic undress syndrome, Jewish Chronicle (7 Jan. 2005), 23.

How polls highlight folks’ ignorance, Jewish Chronicle (14 Jan. 2005), 25.

Empire of mire on which The Sun sets, Jewish Chronicle (21 Jan. 2005), 31.

Mysterious but meaningful events, Jewish Chronicle (28 Jan. 2005), 31.

Raising funds but lowering standards, Jewish Chronicle (4 Feb. 2005), 27.

Visa Express, Education Guardian (8 Feb. 2005), 5.

Politics in the land of milking money, Jewish Chronicle (11 Feb. 2005), 27.

Curriculum vitae, shmurriculum vitae!, Jewish Chronicle (18 Feb. 2005), 29.

We should say a little prayer for her, Jewish Chronicle (25 Feb. 2005), 31.

Just one more sordid career move, Jewish Chronicle (4 Mar. 2005), 29.

Voting tactics can have a moral basis, Jewish Chronicle (11 Mar. 2005), 29.

Keep kosher hands off the liver birds, Jewish Chronicle (18 Mar. 2005), 33.

A seasonal game of follow my leader, Jewish Chronicle (25 Mar. 2005), 27.

The facts of life and the state of Israel, Jewish Chronicle (1 Apr. 2005), 31.

Pernicious pits of popular prejudice, Jewish Chronicle (8 Apr. 2005), 27.

Human pawns in an Orthodox battle, Jewish Chronicle (15 Apr. 2005), 37.

How the media doctor their philosophy, Jewish Chronicle (22 Apr. 2005), 29.

Messy and malicious machinations, Jewish Chronicle (29 Apr. 2005), 23.

How inconvenient the truth can be, Jewish Chronicle (6 May 2005), 25.

So, now it’s over, how was it for us?, Jewish Chronicle (13 May 2005), 29.

Fine shul’s sad but inevitable passing, Jewish Chronicle (20 May 2005), 27.

One more step the Pope should take, Jewish Chronicle (27 May 2005), 27.

Either a catastrophe or a conspiracy, Jewish Chronicle (3 June 2005), 25.

Three months and still no Sacks reply, Jewish Chronicle (10 June 2005), 31.

180 years of greatness to celebrate, Jewish Chronicle (17 June 2005), 21.

Clever rather than never on Sunday, Jewish Chronicle (24 June 2005), 25.

Targets must target target audience, Jewish Chronicle (1 July 2005), 25.

Supervision is far from super vision, Jewish Chronicle (8 July 2005), 27.

Mistaken responses to acts of war, Jewish Chronicle (15 July 2005), 23.

Tawdry text messages for our time, Jewish Chronicle (22 July 2005), 25.

Another fine mess in the congress, Jewish Chronicle (29 July 2005), 27.

Money and justice are seldom in tune, Jewish Chronicle (5 Aug. 2005), 21.

Murderers, minorities and majorities,Jewish Chronicle (12 Aug. 2005), 19.

Our private concerns, Times Higher Education Supplement (12 Aug. 2005), 14.

I tell you this strictly confidentially, Jewish Chronicle (19 Aug. 2005), 17.

Go to the Mormons for family history, Jewish Chronicle (26 Aug. 2005), 19.

Philistine and diplomatic attitudes, Jewish Chronicle (2 Sep. 2005), 19.

A group who remain a people apart, Jewish Chronicle (9 Sep. 2005), 25.

“Honour”, it seems, is a relative term, Jewish Chronicle (16 Sep. 2005), 27.

Educators who’d rather fail than pass, Jewish Chronicle (23 Sep. 2005), 37.

Let Iraqis return to their tribal roots, Jewish Chronicle (30 Sep. 2005), 61.

At a stroke: addiction without friction, Jewish Chronicle (7 Oct. 2005), 23.

Trembling on secular side of fence, Jewish Chronicle (14 Oct. 2005), 27.

“Un-converting” Mrs Sagal & Mrs Lightman, Jerusalem Post (19 Oct. 2005).

Justified and unjustified restrictions, Jewish Chronicle (21 Oct. 2005), 21.

Misguided wish to be out of fashion, Jewish Chronicle (28 Oct. 2005), 17.

Offstage playwright’s skewed views, Jewish Chronicle (4 Nov. 2005), 23.

School built on dubious foundations, Jewish Chronicle (11 Nov. 2005), 25.

Life: the greatest of all designer labels, Jewish Chronicle (18 Nov. 2005), 25.

Israel: at last, here is the good news, Jewish Chronicle (25 Nov. 2005), 27.

Not the way to replace a top rabbi, Jewish Chronicle (2 Dec. 2005), 27.

Rabbit-like response to Resettlement, Jewish Chronicle (9 Dec. 2005), 27.

A progress report on scandal-busting, Jewish Chronicle (16 Dec. 2005), 27.

Different wavelengths on the radio,Jewish Chronicle (23 Dec. 2005), 21.

How Sharon and Hamas will get real, Jewish Chronicle (30 Dec. 2005), 19.

[The Resettlement of the Jews in England], The Guardian (31 Dec. 2005).

“Greatest” too great for the top job?, Jewish Chronicle (6 Jan. 2006).

JPR loses mind in choice of new head, Jewish Chronicle (13 Jan. 2006), 27.

The singular effects of pluralism,Jewish Chronicle (20 Jan. 2006), 29.

Not always a welcome in the vales, Jewish Chronicle (27 Jan. 2006), 31.

Kaddish should always be allowed, Jewish Chronicle (3 Feb. 2006), 29.

Danish cartoons are not bad taste, Jewish Chronicle (10 Feb. 2006), 31.

A message from the synod…, Jewish Chronicle (17 Feb. 2006), 31.

Pay attention at the back there!, Jewish Chronicle (24 Feb. 2006), 31.

Disobedience of an obedient girl, Jewish Chronicle (3 Mar. 2006), 31.

Dear Rabbi, What do I know?, Jewish Chronicle (10 Mar. 2006), 33.

Joint statement that’s not so joint, Jewish Chronicle (17 Mar. 2006), 31.

Don’t put reputable institutions under threat, Education Guardian (21 Mar. 2006), 10.

Tragedy should overcome rancour, Jewish Chronicle (24 Mar. 2006), 31.

How to play a silly travel game, Jewish Chronicle (31 Mar. 2006), 41.

Israel’s convoluted democracy, Jewish Chronicle (7 Apr. 2006), 33.

Why not support this lively cause?, Jewish Chronicle (14 Apr. 2006), 25.

Chief Rabbi’s hard rubber stamp, Jewish Chronicle (21 Apr. 2006), 17.

Don’t always count on democracy, Jewish Chronicle (28 Apr. 2006), 29.

A much misunderstood freedom, Jewish Chronicle (5 May 2006), 29.

Heed these dire words…, Jewish Chronicle (12 May 2006), 31.

Why pursue this bizarre lawsuit?, Jewish Chronicle (19 May 2006), 33.

An indigestible aspect of catering, Jewish Chronicle (26 May 2006), 29.

That’s enough chief rabbis for now, Jewish Chronicle (2 June 2006), 25.

Why success worries Christians, Jewish Chronicle (9 June 2006), 31.

Rabbi Kaplin’s legacy of hypocrisy, Jewish Chronicle (16 June 2006), 29.

Restrictions on Arabs aren’t racist, Jewish Chronicle (23 June 2006), 29.

Freedom to think, Education Guardian (27 June 2006), 10.

Islamic TV‘s not-so-smart Jews, Jewish Chronicle (30 June 2006), 29.

Dream on, you Progressive Jews, Jewish Chronicle (7 July 2006), 31.

Behind the food label’s small print, Jewish Chronicle (14 July 2006), 29.

It is not a sin to visit a prostitute, Jewish Chronicle (21 July 2006), 27.

Evidence to House of Commons Home Affairs Committee: Immigration Control, vol. III (13 July 2006), No.219.

The rivers of blood flow from Iran, Jewish Chronicle (28 July 2006).

A slippery slope to totalitarianism, Education Guardian (supplement of The Guardian) (24 May).

Obituary: Rabbi Josef Dunner, The Guardian (2 July 2007).

Boycott, schmoycott, Jerusalem Post (4 July 2007).

Don’t let the churches drop us, Jewish Chronicle (6 July 2007), 35.

Why I’m not joining the party, Jerusalem Post (10 July 2007), 13.

Keep extremists out of college, Jewish Chronicle (13 July 2007), 31.

Body politics, Guardian Online (18 July 2007).

Small communities are history, Jewish Chronicle (20 July 2007), 27.

‘At risk’ of not delivering for our students, Times Higher Education Supplement (27 July 2007), 13.

Keep religion out of the courts, Jewish Chronicle (27 July 2007), 29.

Muslim dialogue? Don’t bother, Jewish Chronicle (3 August 2007).

In the doldrums, The Guardian (15 August 2007).

Keep Hebron’s settlers put, Jewish Chronicle (17 August 2007).

Playing the numbers game, Jewish Chronicle (23 August 2007).

It’s hard being holy on holiday, Jewish Chronicle (31 August 2007).

Mandela is no friend of ours, Jewish Chronicle (7 September 2007).

A law that endangers our shuls, Jewish Chronicle (14 September 2007).

Don’t forget our fascist past, Jewish Chronicle (21 September 2007).

Turn off Gaza’s water and fuel…, Jewish Chronicle (28 September 2007).

My hostility to Islam is rational. Jewish Chronicle (5 October 2007).

Yes, let Ahmadinejad speak. Jewish Chronicle (12 October 2007).

We need better kosher dining. Jewish Chronicle (19 October 2007).

The onward march of Christian Zionists. Jewish Chronicle (19 October 2007).

Mr Gay Israel is welcome here. Jewish Chronicle (26 October 2007).

The Chief’s cynical about-turn. Jewish Chronicle (2 November 2007).

We should abolish the RAE altogether. Education Guardian.co.uk (6 November 2007).

Oxford’s not-so-bright students. Jewish Chronicle (9 November 2007).

Olmert will divide Jerusalem. Jewish Chronicle (16 November 2007).

Reducing resentment. Guardian Unlimited (19 November 2007).

Fact: Arabs persecuted Jews. Jewish Chronicle (23 November 2007).

Present imperfect. Guardian Unlimited (26 November 2007).

Charedim can’t duck the law. Jewish Chronicle (30 November 2007).

Rabbis, time to join the union. Jewish Chronicle (14 December 2007).

A vicious speaker at Limmud. Jewish Chronicle (21 December 2007).

Lessons from the sorry JFS saga. Jewish Chronicle (28 December 2007).

You can’t just force out a rabbi. Jewish Chronicle (1 February 2008).

Let Solly’s give college degrees. Jewish Chronicle (8 February 2008).

Is our beth din the model for sharia courts? Jewish Chronicle (15 February 2008).

A climate of trepidation. Times Higher Education Supplement (21 February 2008).

Kosovo has MidEast resonance. Jewish Chronicle (22 February 2008).

Who is behind the dossier note? Jewish Chronicle (29 February 2008).

Greens vote for boycott. Good. Jewish Chronicle (7 March 2008).

Anglo-Jewry hates intellectuals. Jewish Chronicle (14 March 2008).

Our schools must act lawfully. Jewish Chronicle (21 March 2008).

Netanyahu’s UK trip was ugly. Jewish Chronicle (28 March 2008).

We’re not a ‘people’? Outrageous. Jewish Chronicle (4 April 2008).

We’re integrated, but at a price. Jewish Chronicle (11 April 2008).

Israel a theocracy? It would die. Jewish Chronicle (25 April 2008).

William Frankel. Jewish Chronicle (25 April 2008).

Israel should not ?ght polygamy. Jewish Chronicle (2 May 2008).

Dope and glory. Times Higher Education Supplement (8 May 2008).

Let Lord Levy speak his mind. Jewish Chronicle (9 May 2008).

Ken lost us, then lost London. Jewish Chronicle (16 May 2008).

Police failed us over imam racism. Jewish Chronicle (23 May 2008).

A revisionist revises his views. Jewish Chronicle (30 May 2008).

Donors’ wishes must be heard. Jewish Chronicle (6 June 2008).

Let them eat packed lunches. Jewish Chronicle (13 June 2008).

Opinion: The grotesque bidding game undermining our universities. The Times (18 June 2008).

The conversion row: pure politics. Jewish Chronicle (20 June 2008).

We must harass Jews for Jesus. Jewish Chronicle (27 June 2008).

I too have a problem with the Jews. Jewish Chronicle (4 July 2008).

The POW swap was a bad deal. Jewish Chronicle (18 July 2008).

Our 150 years of wasted power. Jewish Chronicle (25 July 2008).

Secretive and powerful – The Anglo-Jewish establishment. Manna (Summer 2008), 4-5.

Iranians are in denial on Israel. Jewish Chronicle (1 August 2008).

Fund intolerance? No thanks. Jewish Chronicle (8 August 2008).

King David’s food policy is nuts Jewish Chronicle (15 August 2008).

Face to faith. The Guardian (16 August 2008).

Yes, bury the absurd eulogy rule Jewish Chronicle (22 August 2008).

We all need a secular education. Jewish Chronicle (28 August 2008).

Hate material online? Let it stay. Jewish Chronicle (5 September 2008)

Bordering on the bureaucratic. The Guardian (9 September 2008)

Why I’m optimistic about peace. Jewish Chronicle (12 September 2008)

Playing politics at the mikveh. Jewish Chronicle (19 September 2008)

A Reform chief rabbinate soon? Jewish Chronicle (26 September 2008)

The extremists are taking over. Jewish Chronicle (3 October 2008)

I’ve found my inner builder. Jewish Chronicle (10 October 2008)

Obituary: Rev. Leslie Hardman. The Guardian (13 October 2008)

Why we really need the Queen. Jewish Chronicle (17 October 2008)

Israel bail out Gaza? Cheeky, Tony. Jewish Chronicle (24 October 2008)

Review: D. MacShane, Globalising Hatred: The New Antisemitism. Jewish Chronicle (24 October 2008)

Denial is not a criminal matter. Jewish Chronicle (31 October 2008)

Alderman, G. Beware of doing Hebrew A-level, Jewish Chronicle (7 November 2008)

Alderman, G. Obama pressure Israel? Bad idea. Jewish Chronicle (14 November 2008)

Alderman, G. You can bank on old prejudice. Jewish Chronicle (21 November 2008)

A two-year degree would be affordable to more students. The Guardian (25 November 2008)

Alderman, G. A quota on Jewish MPs? Jewish Chronicle (28 November 2008)

C of E sanctioned Israel hate. Jewish Chronicle (5 December 2008)

Faith schools minus the faith? Jewish Chronicle (12 December 2008)

Religious courts have a place. Jewish Chronicle (19 December 2008)

The JLC got nothing from Brown. Jewish Chronicle (26 December 2008)

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