Can Iran and Its Proxies Be Restrained in Syria?
Rela Mintz Geffen
Publications by Rela Mintz Geffen
Many stereotypes exist about Jewish grandparents. One is that in their children’s interfaith marriages they will be the ones to teach grandchildren about being Jewish, thus functioning as transmitters of the Jewish heritage. In reality-in such a sensitive situation-grandparents are often afraid to fulfill this role, even if they are knowledgeable about Judaism. Read More »
There have been major developments in the role of Jewish women in the United
States over the past four decades. The changes are undeniably related to what is
happening in American society at large. They have, however, a specifically Jewish_
flavor and take place in many areas across Jewish life. One among many is the
opening of the study of rabbinics and classical Jewish texts to women.
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Defining a Profession / The On-Going Mission of the Graduate Schools and Programs in Jewish Communal Service / Models of Training for Jewish Communal Service / Special Initiatives / Far From Finished Read More »
An attempt to define the profession of Jewish communal service, and to create models of training for such workers. Read More »