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January 04, 1980 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-01-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36 Friday, January 4, 1980

SUNY Press Planning Three Jewish Series

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Trojan

By ROCHELLE WOLK

(Copyright 1980, JTA, Inc.)

ALBANY, N.Y. — An in-
novative project in modern
Jewish studies has been
launched by the State Uni-
versity of New York Press.
The project consists of a
publication series on mod-
ern Jewish literature and
culture, a series on modern

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Jewish history, politics and
society, and an annual jour-
nal of studies in American
Jewish literature. SUNY
Press editor Dr. Robert
Mandel told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency he ex-
pects to publish some 20
books within the next three
years as part of a general
expansion of SUNY Press.
Dr. Sarah Blather Cohen,
professor of literature at
SUNY-Albany, is general
editor for the series on liter-
ature and culture. "In a way
we're taking advantage of
the explosion of research
and interest in Jewish
studies in this country," she
said.
"The series will deal with
Yiddish, Jewish-American
and Hebrew literature, as
well as art, music and the
Jewish culture of other cen-
ters of the Diaspora, and we
are encouraging people to
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aspects of literature and
culture.
"Jewish American lit-
erature is distinguished,"
she continued, "with two
Nobel Prize winners,
Isaac Bashevis Singer
and Saul Bellow. Schol-
ars and young people are
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contact scholars in Israel,
England and elsewhere,
seeking manuscripts from
all over the world."
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Virginia Commonwealth
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LONDON (JTA) — Sir
Marcus Sieff, the Anglo-
Jewish leader, has been
made a member of the
House of Lords in the new
year honors list, published
Monday. Sir Marcus, who is
chairman of the Marks and
Spencer retail empire, is
expected to assume the title
of Lord Sieff, which was
held by his late father, Is-
rael Sieff.
Born in 1913, Marcus
Sieff has always closely
identified himself with
Zionism and Israel. His
father was an early associ-
ate of Chaim Weizmann and
during Israel's war of inde-
pendence, the younger Sieff
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officer with the Israeli De-
fense Forces.
A former chairman of the
Anglo-Israel Chamber of
Commerce, he has helped to
make Marks and Spencer a
major outlet for Israeli-
made goods in Britain.
He also has been an out-
spoken critic of the Arab
boycott and his entry into
the House of Lords will be a
major boost for the pro-
Israeli cause in Britain.

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HAMBURG (ZINS)
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PLO will eventually ask
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Melman said the PLO
blames Germany for the
creation of the state of Israel
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