My Resume: MJ Meyer
Affiliated to the London School of Jewish Studies.
- Susan Bradfield Educators’ Scholarship 2005
- PhD. London School of Economics 1990-1994
- The British Academy awarded me to a scholarship to do my PhD on “The Sephardi Community of Shanghai 1845-1939 and the Question of Identity".
- M.A. London School of Economics 1988 Major field: South East Asian History
- B.A. 1986 Humanities (History, Hebrew, Philosophy)
- B.A. 1961 English
- From the Rivers of Babylon to the Whangpoo: A Century of Sephardi Jewish Life in Shanghai. (Lanham, 2003)
Articles and Book Chapters:
- “A Great Leap Forward?” Jewish Quarterly, Spring 2005, Number 197, London,
- “The Inter-relationship of Jewish Communities in Shanghai,” Immigrants and Minorities, July, 2001.
- “Baghdadi Jewish Merchants in Shanghai and the Opium Trade”, Jewish Culture and History 2, no. 1, 1999.
- “The Shanghai Society for the Rescue of the Chinese Jews,” together with Donald D Leslie, in Albert Dien (ed.), Sino-Judaica: Occasional Papers of the Sino-Judaic Institute 2, 1995.
- “The Sephardi Jewish Community of Shanghai and the Question of Identity” in Roman Malek (ed.), Monumenta Serica Monograph Series 46, 2000.
- “Three Prominent Sephardi Jews,” in Albert Dien (ed.), Sino-Judaica: Occasional Papers of the Sino-Judaic Institute 2, 1995.
- “Spanning Oceans: Solid Links between Baghdadi Jews in India and China” in Pan Guan (ed.), The Jews in Asia: Comparative Perspectives, CJSS Jewish & Israeli Studies Series Vol.1
- “Baghdadi Jews, Chinese “Jews” and Chinese” Peter Kupfer (Hrsg.), Youtai – Presence and Perception of Jews and Judaism in China, Peter Lang 2008.
- Currently compiling and editing Shanghai Baghdadi Jews: A Collection of Biographical Reflections which is nearing completion and writing a biography on Sir Victor Sassoon.