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Imagining the Jewish Future

Essays and Responses

by David A. Teutsch

  • 33 Want to read
  • 13 Currently reading

Published by State University of New York Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • World history,
  • Judaism,
  • Jewish Sociology,
  • Religion - Judaism,
  • Religion,
  • United States,
  • Judaism - History,
  • Forecasting,
  • Attitudes toward Israel,
  • Congresses,
  • Intellectual life,
  • Jews

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages290
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7801315M
    ISBN 100791411672
    ISBN 109780791411674

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    Imagining the American Jewish Community, by Jack Wertheimer. Hanover, NH: University Press of New England/Brandeis University Press, pp. To some, book titles with the verb "imagining" serve as cautionary signs that the pages ahead detour from reality, and . And of course to speak of Jewish studies and place is something of a paradox, since Jewish culture is habitually described as an aesthetics and politics of homelessness, grounded in Heinrich Heine's eternally cited notion of the "Book" as the "portable homeland" ().1 While my invisible university of the future bears, perhaps, some.

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During a time of rapid change in the American Jewish community, an outstanding group of Jewish scholars and professionals address the critical problems and future prospects of American Jewry. They discuss the sharp controversies over feminism and religious language, new data on the relationship between Israelis and American Jews, and the Format: Paperback.

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The My Future Life profile activity prompts students to think creatively about who they might become when they grow up. After imagining themselves as adults, students will have a conversation about how their hopes and expectations for their lives can influence the decisions they make as b’nai mitzvah.

During a time of rapid change in the American Jewish community, an outstanding group of Jewish scholars and professionals address the critical problems and future prospects of American Jewry.

They discuss the sharp controversies over feminism and religious language, new data on the relationship between Israelis and American Jews, and the. A probing and accessible interdisciplinary contribution to the field of modern Jewish art.

Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies,Summer- Samantha Baskind Towards the end of his book, Rosen explains that his intention has been to illustrate ‘something of the unique, productive tensions which can arise when the themes and symbols in works by non-Jewish Brand: Taylor & Francis.

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The range of ideas of the university in. Get this from a library. Imagining the Jewish future: essays and responses. [David A Teutsch;] -- Annotation Feminism and religious language, the relationship between Israelis and American Jews, and the interaction between the family and the synagogue are among the topics of the dozen essays.

Imagining the Jewish God was there in the beginning, as it were, engraved and embedded in the ways Jews lived and responded to their book attempts to give voice to these diverse imaginings of the Jewish God, and offers these collected essays and poems as a living text meant to provoke a substantive and nourishing : Lexington Books.

Exploring how visual media presents claims to Jewish authenticity, Imagining Jewish Authenticity argues that Jews imagine themselves and their place within America by appealing to a graphic sensibility. Ken Koltun-Fromm traces how American Jewish thinkers capture Jewish authenticity, and lingering fears of inauthenticity, in and through visual.

In the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, Jewish thinkers spoke of America as the great hope for the future of Judaism because its democratic principles embodied the true moral essence of Judaism.

American Judaism was the real Judaism, while Europe represented a Judaism distorted by centuries of persecution and economic discrimination. In an essay discussing Israel in American Jewish education, Walter Ackerman (–) recalls how every American kid attending Jewish schools of his generation, at one time or another, went to see the filmA House in the Desert().This now classic Zionist promotional film tells the story of theḥalutzim—those vanguards of a rejuvenated Jewish people in the land of Israel whom Arthur.

Imagining Jewish Art is a masterpiece by one of the finest Jewish scholars of our time. Aaron Rosen writes with wit, flair and captures the reader's imagination from the word go. Indeed he has achieved that rare thing - making an academic book highly readable, exciting and profoundly rewarding/5(3).

Re-Imagining Jewish Communal Life I have spent a considerable amount of my professional time over the past twenty years in the field of synagogue transformation. In my book, Finding a Spiritual Home: How a New Generation of Jews can Transform the American Synagogue, I argued that the American synagogue was stuck in a model that developed in.

Imagining a Jewish Past and Future At the request of their teachers, last Friday morning I took a group of second graders on a tour through Jewish history.

In one hour we traveled together all the way from Abraham and God’s promise to him that his descendants would be more numerous that the stars in the sky to the March on Selma Alabama where.

I Portnoy’s Fame—and Mine Alas, it wasn’t exactly what I’d had in mind. Particularly as I was one of those students of the Fifties who came to books by way of a fairly good but rather priestly literary education, in which writing poems and novels was assumed to eclipse all else in what we called [ ].

Re-Imagining the Jewish World. The film opens a hidden universe in a way that the most compelling novel or book of serious scholarship never could. Its. The Institute for the Next Jewish Future is a hub for Jewish organizations, practitioners, and thinkers dedicated to exploring new ideas and approaches to Jewish living using an experimental approach.

Our growing network includes organizations and individuals who are working with Jews of every age, all around the country. So his book The Great Derangement is imagining future readers and it is also a call to writers to think about how we might incorporate climate crisis in our work to indicate to our future readers that we are aware, concerned, apologetic, active, transforming, effected, complicit, etc.

So that really affected me, as a writer. Imagining Jews. By Daniel Schifrin December 22 and for the modesty with which he approached the limits of imagining the history of the Jews.

And while many Jews will find such experiences outside of Jewish contexts, a large percentage of Jews are more than open to having those experiences delivered in a Jewish key. I advanced this idea in an extended fashion my book, Jewish Megatrends: Charting the Course of the American Jewish Future.