7 edition of American Judaism found in the catalog.
October 24, 2005
by Yale University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||512|
Women Remaking American Judaism is the first book to fully examine the changes in American Judaism as women fought to practice their religion fully and to ensure that . A new edition of the authoritative textbook on American Judaism features updates on identity, politics, and the role of religion in culture. Published in , historian Jonathan Sarna’s.
Tracing American Judaism from its origins in the colonial era through the present day, this magisterial work by a preeminent scholar on the topic explores the ways in which Judaism adapted in this new context. The first comprehensive history of American Judaism in over 50 years, this book is a celebration of years of Jewish life in America. Mar 01, · Kaplan's book is an excellent starting point for anyone seeking to understand the current state of American Judaism. Choice Kaplan's book is exhaustive in detail and broad in scope, touching on the fundamental challenges to contemporary Judaism in America from intermarriage, conversion, and the end of religious denominations to questions of.
Oct 01, · Read "American Judaism: A History" by Jonathan D. Sarna available from Rakuten Kobo. This magisterial work chronicles the year history of Brand: Yale University Press. In addition to Sarna's sprightly style and his ability to cover pretty much every important development in a book of reasonable size, American Judaism is notable for its conclusion: "With the help Author: Beliefnet.
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Mar 11, · "American Judaism providesa comprehensive and insightful portrait of the American Jewish experience. Sarna is magisterial as well as accessible in this work, and American Judaism willserve as the standard book in the healthtechdays.coman Judaism indicates why Sarna has earned his reputation as the premiere American Jewish historian of his generation!"—David Ellenson, President.
Jun 25, · Jonathan D. Sarna is University Professor and Joseph H. and Belle R. Braun Professor of American Jewish History at Brandeis University and Chief Historian of the National Museum of American Jewish History. “American Judaism is a masterpiece, the product of decades of study and writing.
Jun 25, · "Jonathan Sarna has written, what I personally believe, will be seen as the definitive book on American Judaism as we prepare to celebrate our th year in residence on these shores.
We are at a point in this history when the American Jewish community is turning inward/5(2). First published inNathan Glazer's classic, historical study of Judaism in America has been described by the New York Times Book Review as "a remarkable story told briefly and clearly by an objective historical mind, yet with a fine combination of sociological insight and religious sensitivity." Glazer's new introduction describes the drift away from the popular equation of.
The New American Judaism book. Read 9 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A leading expert provides an engaging firsthand portrait of /5. “The New American Judaism is a gift to all who are interested in the state and direction of American Judaism today.
Wertheimer tells the story of Judaism in America against the larger backdrop of American religious trends in a comprehensive, engaging, and magisterial. Check out this great listen on healthtechdays.com This magisterial work (winner of the National Jewish Book Award and other honors) chronicles the year history of the Jewish religion in America.
Tracing American Judaism from its origins in the colonial era through the present day, Jonathan Sarna exp. Nov 22, · I really thought that the story of the rise of American Judaism could be told like a great political story, because it has great personalities and conflicts over real issues.
And the book is. Jonathan D. Sarna’s award-winning American Judaism is now available in an updated and revised edition that summarizes recent scholarship and takes into account important historical, cultural, and political developments in American Judaism over the past fifteen years.
Praise for the first edition. Nov 12, · The choice, according to Tal Keinan, the author of a new book to which I’ll return, is stark and, to my mind, true: “Create meaning in Judaism or accept extinction.” How American Judaism EvolvedAuthor: Gal Beckerman. An authority on American Judaism returns with a comprehensive report—descriptive, analytical, predictive—on today's Jewish religious practices.
Each week, our editors select the one author and one book they believe to be most worthy of your attention and highlight them in Author: Jack Wertheimer.
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Dec 05, · With the book — The Chosen Wars: How Judaism Became an American Religion — out this week, Weisman spoke to TIME about some of the most surprising periods his Author: Lily Rothman. Dec 01, · A fine contribution to the Columbia Contemporary American Religion series, Raphael's book is an apt portrait of contemporary Judaism in healthtechdays.comy Journal Raphael makes an enlightening contribution to the history, development, and future of Judaism A most pleasurable read.
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"The overarching theme of Wertheimer’s wholly enlightening and deeply fascinating book is that American Judaism is a mosaic rather than a monolith."—Jonathan Kirsch, Jewish Journal "An extraordinarily well-sourced view of American Judaism today with great reach."—C.
Lynn Carr, Reading Religion.First published inNathan Glazer’s classic, historical study of Judaism in America has been described by the New York Times Book Review as "a remarkable story told briefly and clearly by an objective historical mind, yet with a fine combination of sociological insight and religious sensitivity." Glazer’s new introduction describes the drift away from the popular equation of.May 01, · That was good for the Jews.
But was it good for Judaism? Jonathan D. Sarna’s important new history, American Judaism, covers too many themes to be reduced to one central concern. But it is no affront to the scope and detail of the book to suggest that the question of Judaism and freedom lies at the foundation of the history he considers.