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September 30, 1983 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-30

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Friday, September 30, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Isaacs Memorial Conclave Sunday at Main UHS Building

The Midrasha-College of
Jewish Studies will hold its
annual Bernard Isaacs
Memorial Academic Convo-
cation at 7:30 p.m. Sunday
in the LaMed Auditorium in
the main United Hebrew
Schools building.
Professional development
awards, Hebrew language
certificates and the Isaacs
Faculty Award will be pre-
sented to Joseph Colten.
The academic presenta-
tion will be made by Prof.
Reuven Kimelman, assis-
tant professor of Talmud
and Midrash in the depart-
ment of Near Eastern and
Judaic studies at Brandeis
University. His topic will be
"The Changing Images of
the Ideal Jew."
Prof. Kimelman has
bachelor degrees from
both Columbia Univer-
sity and the Jewish
Theological Seminary.
He also has two master's
degrees from the semi-
nary and-Yale University

which also awarded him
a PhD degree .
Prof. Kimelman has been
published in a variety of
Jewish periodicals and in
scholarly volumes. Most
widely known are his
"Non-Violence in the Tal-
mud," and his monograph
on "The Rabbinic Ethics of
Protest." His book entitled,
"Rabbi Yohanan of Tiberias
- Studies in the Social and
Religious History of Third
Century Palestine," is soon
to be published.
He has been awarded fel-
lowships from the Jewish
Theological Seminary as
fellow in Talmud, the Dan-
forth Foundation as Kent
Fellow, the National Foun-
dation for Jewish Culture,
the Memorial Foundation
for Jewish Culture, Bran-
deis University, Hebrew
University and Yale Uni-
versity. In addition, he has
won several awards for
prize essays, the last being
the Hyman G. Enelow

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Moment Magazine
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Midrasha/Touro Offering
Jewish Studies Degree Plan

The Midrasha-College of
Jewish Studies and the
Allan/Touro College are of-
fering a master's degree in
interdisciplinary Jewish
studies at the Midrasha.
Rose Kaye, chairman of
the Midrasha, and Bernard
Lander of Touro College,
New York, announced that
the fall semester will begin
Oct. 13. The focus of this
new program will be Jewish
history, Jewish education
and communal service.
Individuals with a bac-
calaureate degree from an
accredited institution and a
background in Jewish
studies are eligible for ad-
mission to the program. A
working knowledge of Heb-
rew is recommended.
Courses are scheduled for
the late afternoon and even-
ing hours for the conveni-
ence of students with pro-
fessional responsibilities.
The course offerings for
the fall semester include:
"The History of the
Graeco-Roman Period" with
Dr. Matthew Schwartz and
"The Jewish Community:
An Historical and Practical
Perspective" with George

Decorated Soviet
Jewish Colonel
Arrives in Israel

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Col.
Wolf Vilenski, holder of the
Hero of the Soviet Union
Medal — the Soviets' high-
est award — and other high
Soviet honors, arrived in Is-
rael with his wife this week.
They had been trying to ob-
tain exit visas from the
Soviet Union for the past 10
years.
They received their pap-
ers last week and took the
train from Vilna, where
they had been living since
Vilenski had served as a
senior officer in the Lithua-
nian division in World War
II, to Vienna.
The couple were met in
Vienna by their daughter,
Dr. Lila Singer, who had
flown from her home in Is-
rael to meet them, and by
Maj. Arye Vilenski, their
son, who, as an officer in the
IDF is continuing his
father's military career.
Col. Vilenski was among
the 144 Jews who received
the Hero of the Soviet Union
Medal during the war, and
the second of four Jews in
the Lithuanian division so
awarded to come to Israel.
Sgt. Kalman Shorr arrived
in Israel in 1979.

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