A narrative of Jewish history between 1948 and 1980, including the foundation of the state of Israel, Jews in the USSR, and suburbanization in the United States.
Refugees and trials of the Nazis.
An introduction to historical scholarship about the Holocaust.
Faced with state-endorsed anti-semitism, Russian Jews attempted to make their own emancipation.
What differed from the West?
How Enlightenment ideals in Europe created the potential for Jewish citizenship.
Jewish museums present opportunities for team scholarship, public education and an equal opportunity access point for the entire Jewish community.
Needling capitalism in America.
Jewish influence and vice versa.
American Jewry After World War II. Jewish History from 1948 - 1980. Modern Jewish History. Jewish History and Community.
Jewish education evolves on a daily basis, from day school to summer camp to tot-Shabbat.
Questions for an Unfinished Revolution