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Studies in Jewish Education and Judaica in Honor of Louis Newman

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Studies in Jewish education and Judaica in honor of Louis Newman = by Louis Newman, Alexander M. Shapiro, Burton I. Cohen First published in About the Author -- Jewish Influence on Christian Reform Movements Newman, Louis I Rabbi Louis Israel Newman authored Studies in Biblical Parallelism, Richard Cumberland, Critic and Friend of the Jews, Jewish University in America, The Jewish People, Faith and Life, and several other was a weekly columnist in San Francisco Call-Bulletin and in numerous Jewish newspapers.5/5().

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This volume is the fruit of the inaugural conference of the Yeshiva University Center for Israel Studies, which convened. “Ramah Philosophy and the Newman Revolution” (in Studies in Jewish Education and Judaica in Honor of Louis Newman, ). Winer, Louis. "Camp Ramah in Wisconsin and the National Ramah Commission" (excerpt from My First 89 Years, ).

Education, and the Melton Journal. Co-editor of Studies in Jewish Education and Judaica in Honor of Louis Newman (KTAV, ), he has recently completed a volume of studies of Jewish schools. He specializes in the pre-service preparation of teachers for non-Orthodox day schools and in informal Jewish education.

In Lilmod Ul'lamed: Studies in Jewish Education and Judaica in Honor of Louis Newman, edited by Alexander Shapiro and Burton I. Cohen. New York: Ktav Publishing House, "Teaching of Deliberation in the Jewish School." Yearbook II, Melton Center for Jewish Education; Diaspora of the Hebrew University School of Education, Jerusalem,   Shoshannat Yaakov honors Yaakov Elman, Professor of Talmud at Yeshiva University, and celebrates Elman’s contributions to a broad range of disciplines within Jewish and Iranian studies.

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Articles focus on topics pertinent to the understanding of Jewish life today. A scholar in the area of medieval responsa, Shapiro contributed articles and essays to numerous academic journals and reference books. He was also the co-editor (with Burton Cohen) of Studies in Jewish Education and Judaica in Honor of Louis Newman ().

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Hey studies of Dostoyevsky, Russian law and literature, and twentieth century Russian and Yiddish literature are complemented by her most recent monograph, Music from a Speeding Train: Jewish Literature in Post-Revolution Russia ().

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``Stray Leaves of Jewish Thought.'' Review of Louis I. Newman, Anthology of Hassidic Literature. In Opinion, November``An Attempted Systemization of Rabbinic Theology,'' Review of Max Kadushin, The Theology of Seder Eliyahu.

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"Two Jewish Lawyers Named Louis." American Jewish History (): Inthe Russian State University awarded him an honorary degree in recognition of the extraordinary success of Project Judaica—the first time in that country's history that such an honor was given to a Jewish scholar.

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