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In the 1860s, Jewish health reformers began to produce popular medical advice works written in Hebrew or Yiddish, for the benefit of East European Jewry. An examination of this literature reveals the interweaving of a general Haskalah, Jewish Enlightenment, agenda with specific health...
The article addresses the question of a German-Jewish "symbiosis" in the context of three bodies of text that are geared towards German-Jewish woman readers. Raphael Breuer's Diary of a Jewish Woman Student (1907) and Else Croner's The Modern Jewess (1913), as well as the...
This article narrates the manner in which a group of faculty from disparate disciplines at a small, liberal arts college experimented with a "cluster model" by which they extended learning about the Holocaust to a wide student audience through linked courses. Outcomes included the extension of...
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