Association for Jewish Studies Newsletter-Fall 1995

By Jehuda Reinharz, Arnold J. Band, Robert M. Seltzer, Susan Handelman, Marvin Fox, Pamela S. Nadell, Charles Berlin, Dorothy O. Helly, Joshua R. Jacobson, Aaron L. Katchen

Association for Jewish Studies (AJS), Fall 1995

This edition of the AJS newsletter contains the 25-Year Report of the Executive Secretary of the Association for Jewish Studies, Charles Berlin, and a tribute to Berlin from colleagues and friends. It also includes "Gender and Women's Studies" by Dorothy O. Helly, "Report from the AJS Women's Caucus," by Pamela S. Nadell, "Find(ing) Yourself A Teacher:" Opening the Discussion on Pedagogy at the AJS Conference" by Susan Handelman, "Does Jewish Music Have a Place in Jewish Studies?" by Joshua R. Jacobson, and "The Internationalization of Scholarship and Scholarly Societies," by AJS Executive Secretary Aaron L. Katchen. It also contains other Association news, such as the report of the nominating committee,

Topic: Gender, Tribute, Governance, Leadership, Scholarship, Women, Academic Research, Conferences and Meetings, Meetings and Conferences, Pedagogy, Judaic Studies, Technology, Jewish Studies, Higher Education, Music

Name of Publication: AJS Newsletter

Editor: Cooperman, Bernard D,

Volume/Issue: no. 45

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Genre: Newsletter

Coverage: United States

Language: English

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Reinharz, Jehuda. Band, Arnold J. Seltzer, Robert M. Handelman, Susan. Fox, Marvin. Nadell, Pamela S. Berlin, Charles. Helly, Dorothy O. Jacobson, Joshua R. Katchen, Aaron L. Association for Jewish Studies Newsletter-Fall 1995. AJS Newsletter. Association for Jewish Studies (AJS). Fall 1995:


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