New Communities: Is the Institutional Age Over?

By Terri Senft, Mirielle Silcoff, Edward Feinstein, David Friedman

Jewish Funders Network (JFN), 2006

"New Communities: Is the Institutional Age Over?" Good question. Let's examine the global Jewish community. How are Jews around the world forging meaningful connections to one another? Is it face to face? Is it online? Is it institutionally? Is it all of the above? Is it none of the above? How do we adapt to the rapid global change? What do we take with us or leave behind as we work to refine our philanthropy and build a pluralistic, global Jewish community?

Topic: Literature, Internet, Media, Generational Issues, Jewish Identity, Technology, Community Building, Identity

Name of Publication: Plug and Play Judaism: The Plenary Sessions (Jewish Funders Network 2006 International Conference)

Page Number(s): 39-63

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Genre: Conference Presentation

Coverage: United States

Language: English

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Senft, Terri. Silcoff, Mirielle. Feinstein, Edward. Friedman, David. New Communities: Is the Institutional Age Over?. Plug and Play Judaism: The Plenary Sessions (Jewish Funders Network 2006 International Conference). Jewish Funders Network (JFN). 2006: 39-63. http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=5903


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