Music In Haredi Jewish Life: Liquid Modernity And The Negotiation Of Boundaries In Greater New York, 2017 The Graduate Center, City University of New York
Music In Haredi Jewish Life: Liquid Modernity And The Negotiation Of Boundaries In Greater New York, Gordon A. Dale
All Graduate Works by Year: Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects
In this dissertation I seek to understand tensions regarding boundary maintenance, music, and cultural continuity among the contemporary Haredi (“Ultra-Orthodox”) Jewish community of Greater New York in the context of sociologist Zygmunt Bauman’s theory of liquid modernity. While Bauman suggests that modernity has melted familiar institutions and created an unstable and rapidly shifting world, I argue that for Haredim, the non-liberal religious community and its cultural productions solidify social bonds. While many Haredi Jews strive to continue the musical practices of pre-WWII Europe, some Haredi musicians push or disregard the boundaries of accepted practice by experimenting with Western popular ...
"The Space Of Words": Exile And Diaspora In The Works Of Nelly Sachs. By Jennifer M. Hoyer. Rochester, Ny: Camden House. 2014., 2017 North Carolina State University
"The Space Of Words": Exile And Diaspora In The Works Of Nelly Sachs. By Jennifer M. Hoyer. Rochester, Ny: Camden House. 2014., Lynda K. Nyota
Studies in 20th & 21st Century Literature
Review of "The Space of Words": Exile and Diaspora in the Works of Nelly Sachs. By Jennifer M. Hoyer. Rochester, NY: Camden House. 2014.
Transcription, Translation, And Annotation: Observations On Three Medieval Islamicate Medical Texts In Upenn Ms Codex 1649, Y. Tzvi Langermann
Provides an introduction to previously unpublished and incomplete copies of three Arabic medical tracts translated in Judeo-Arabic: al-Mughnīfī Tadbīr al-Amrāḍ (“The Sufficient for the Management of Illnesses”) by Sa’īd ibn Hibat Allah (fols. 15-18, 40-52, 211-307), al-Adwiya al-Qalbiyya (“Cardiac Drugs”) by Abū ‘Alī Ibn Sīnā (fols. 25-39), and al- KāmilfīṢinā‘at al-Ṭibb (“The Complete [Book] in the Art of Medicine”), also known as al- Mālikī ( “The Royal [Book]”) by Abū al-‘Abbās al-Majūsī (fols. 53-210). The copies, compiled by a Jewish physician identified as David ben Shalom, were produced in Sicily in the fifteenth century in Sicily and provide ...
A Brush With Weimar Germany.Docx, 2017 University of Wollongong
A Brush With Weimar Germany.Docx, Rowan Cahill
In Conversation With Seth Pollack, 2017 California State University, Monterey Bay
In Conversation With Seth Pollack, Seth Pollack, Marshall Welch
Engaging Pedagogies in Catholic Higher Education
In November 2016, EPiCHE Editor Marshall J. Welch sat down with service-learning scholar and practitioner Seth Pollack. They explored how the spiritual and religious dimensions of Seth’s life have influenced his personal passions and academic career.
Seth Pollack is Professor of Service Learning, and the founding faculty director of the Service Learning Institute at California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB). For the past 17 years, Seth has provided overall leadership for the Service Learning Institute at CSUMB. In 2005, he received the Thomas Ehrlich Faculty Award for Service Learning, recognized as the nation’s outstanding faculty in the field ...
Love Sick The Musical - A Reflection Of My Undergraduate Studies, 2017 Dominican University of California
Love Sick The Musical - A Reflection Of My Undergraduate Studies, William Kelly
Senior Theses and Capstone Projects
No abstract available
Rubin's "The Complete Jewish Study Bible: Insights For Jews & Christians" (Book Review), 2017 George Fox University
Rubin's "The Complete Jewish Study Bible: Insights For Jews & Christians" (Book Review), Jill Botticelli
The Christian Librarian
Rubin, B. (Ed.). (2016). The complete Jewish study Bible: Insights for Jews & Christians. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson Publishers. 1990 pp. $49.95. ISBN 9781619708679
A Nation Within A Nation: Tolerance Within The Dutch Identity, 2017 Georgia College
A Nation Within A Nation: Tolerance Within The Dutch Identity, Madlyn Kaufman
Georgia College Student Research Events
When looking at a country like the Netherlands there is one characteristic that sets it apart from all other countries of Europe. The extent in which tolerance is displayed, or lack thereof, has shaped its history and people within ways that shows a unique identity. This oral presentation will take an in depth look at the kinds of tolerance being practiced within the Netherlands focusing on the Jewish population from the 17th century to World War II. The research that was conducted for this presentation is a method that incorporates at home study of the 17th Century Dutch Jews and ...
Summer Haven: The Catskills, The Holocaust, And The Literary Imagination (Jews Of Russia & Eastern Europe And Their Legacy), 2017 Loyola Marymount University
Summer Haven: The Catskills, The Holocaust, And The Literary Imagination (Jews Of Russia & Eastern Europe And Their Legacy), Holli Levitsky
Faculty Pub Night
No abstract provided.
The Two Goats: A Christian Yom Kippur Soteriology, 2017 Marquette University
The Two Goats: A Christian Yom Kippur Soteriology, Richard Barry
Dissertations (2009 -)
This dissertation draws on recent historical-critical research into ancient Jewish temple theology, the priestly book of Leviticus, and especially the Yom Kippur liturgy of Leviticus 16, to develop a more paradoxical interpretation of Christ’s saving work for modern Christian systematic theology. Prompted by the pioneering research of Jacob Milgrom, there has been a surge in sympathetic interpretations of the priestly theological tradition, which has inspired fresh interpretations of the Levitical Day of Atonement. I argue that an adequate Christian theory of atonement must be attentive to both the overall “landscape” of Jewish biblical thought, and to the specific rhythm ...
The Metaphorical Use Of Marriage In Scripture: A Pentecostal Exploration, 2017 Southeastern University - Lakeland
The Metaphorical Use Of Marriage In Scripture: A Pentecostal Exploration, Stetson Glass
Masters of Theological Studies
The biblical writers utilize the metaphor of marriage to describe the relationship between God and humanity. Within this imagery, the people of God are often depicted as a bride. This thesis contributes to an understanding of the metaphor of marriage in Scripture by analyzing the socio-historical wedding practices of ancient Judaism. The use of the metaphor in both Old and New Testaments is examined, followed by an analysis of bridal language in early Pentecostal periodical literature. It concludes with a constructive Pentecostal ecclesiology structured on the characters and the stages found within the typical Jewish wedding.
Four Case Studies In Teaching Sermons At A Public University, 2017 Marshall University
Four Case Studies In Teaching Sermons At A Public University, Robert Ellison
English Faculty Research
In this paper, delivered at the March 2017 meeting of the Northeast Modern Language Association, I discuss my experience with teaching sermons at Marshall University, a public institution in Huntington, WV. I have done this in four classes over the past several years: “Good Essays” (a 200-level general-education course in the English Department); “God Talk” (another gen-ed course, team-taught with a faculty member in religious studies); “Sermon: Text and Performance” (a 400-level class in the Honors College); and “The Victorian Spoken Word” (a graduate seminar in English).
The audiences were very different, as were the texts we used (Newman, Spurgeon ...
Hollywood, The Media, And The Alteration Of Image In The 1940s, 2017 Pepperdine University
Hollywood, The Media, And The Alteration Of Image In The 1940s, Sean M. Conrad
Seaver College Research And Scholarly Achievement Symposium
I am currently writing a feature-length screenplay entitled Klara based on true events and people surrounding the rise of Nazi Germany and the exile of Jewish-German intellectuals to America during 1933-1945. The narrative is grounded in the work of the European Film Fund (1938-1948), the Paul Kohner Talent Agency, and the various agents of propaganda at work both in Nazi Germany and America during this time period. Through my research I hope to explicate how Jewish-German exile in America influenced not only those exiled, but also the burgeoning American film industry and how the cross-cultural intersection of media propaganda, both ...
The Search For Meaning: Survivors’ Children And Their Choice Of A Life In The Law, 2017 Northeastern University
The Search For Meaning: Survivors’ Children And Their Choice Of A Life In The Law, Rose Zoltek-Jick
New England Journal of Public Policy
Rose Zoltek-Jick is an associate teaching professor and the associate director of the Civil Rights and Restorative Justice Project at Northeastern University School of Law, Boston. She delivered the following talk in Boston on January 23, 2017, during Northeastern’s annual Holocaust Awareness Week.
Divinity, Law, And The Legal Turn In The Study Of Religions, 2017 Sapir Academic College
Divinity, Law, And The Legal Turn In The Study Of Religions, Joseph David
JOSEPH E. DAVID
P28. Canadian Jewish Women And Girls On The Homefront, 1939-1945, 2017 Western University
P28. Canadian Jewish Women And Girls On The Homefront, 1939-1945, Jennifer Shaw
Western Research Forum
Background: The following presentation explores the roles and experiences of Canadian Jewish women on the Canadian homefront during World War Two. Despite knowing much about the lives of women in this time period in general, we do not know much about the experiences of particular groups, and how they differed from the majority of women.
Methods: Using first-hand accounts gathered from Canadian Jewish women, as well as archival materials, this presentation explores the different ways Jewish women and girls participated in the war effort and experienced the war years.
Results: While acknowledging that some of their experiences mirrored those of ...
The Subject Librarian Newsletter, Judaic Studies, Spring 2017, 2017 University of Central Florida
The Subject Librarian Newsletter, Judaic Studies, Spring 2017, Richard Harrison
No abstract provided.
Touro Torah Volume 2 Issue 4, 2017 Touro College and University System
Touro Torah Volume 2 Issue 4, Lander College For Women
Yearbooks and Newsletters
Divrei Torah Newsletter; "Tu B'Shevat"
Thirteen Washington University Students And Their Deep Dive Into The Study Of The Holocaust: Reflections From A Trip To Germany, Poland, And Lithuania And A Year Of Intensive Study, 2017 Washington University in St Louis
Thirteen Washington University Students And Their Deep Dive Into The Study Of The Holocaust: Reflections From A Trip To Germany, Poland, And Lithuania And A Year Of Intensive Study, Brian Vetruba, Cecily Hibbs, Talia Wazana, Abigail Wippel
University Libraries Presentations
This poster exhibit offers reflections and images from Washington University (WU) students, faculty, and staff who traveled across Germany, Poland, and Lithuania in May 2016. The trip took place after a year of intensive study in 2015-2016 as part of the FOCUS program “The History, Memory, and Representation of the Holocaust.” The exhibit encompasses critical perspectives on the history, memory, and representation of the Holocaust alongside students’ first-person reflections. The exhibit is being held at the St. Louis Holocaust Museum and Learning Center from Feb. 2 to Marcy 15, 2017. A video recording of interviews with students and faculty accompanies ...
A Future Without Hate Or Need: The Promise Of The Jewish Left In Canada By Ester Reiter (Review), 2017 West Chester University of Pennsylvania
A Future Without Hate Or Need: The Promise Of The Jewish Left In Canada By Ester Reiter (Review), Ann Lieberman Colgan
No abstract provided.