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Friday, March 16, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Heads List of Spring Books

Judith Ryan's "The Un-
completed Past," an
analysis of postwar German
novelists issued by Wayne
State University Press, is
one of a number of recently
published titles of interest
to the Jewish reader.
Ms. Ryan's study focuses
on the literature of
Thomas Mann, Gunter
Grass, Alfred Andersch,
Heinrich Boll, Siegfried
Lenz, Johannes Bobrowski
and Christa Wolf. Ms. Ryan
is the Doris Silbert Profes-
sor of German Language
and Literature at Smith
College in Northampton,
Mass.
"Teyku: The Unsolved

Problem in the Babylonian paper cartoons from the era
Talmud" (Cornwall Books) and several appendices con-
by Rabbi Lewis Jacobs pre- taining documents and
sents a study in the literary notes.
analysis form of the Tal-
Distinguished contem-
mudic argument. The vol- porary philosopher Rabbi
ume serves as a comprehen- Eugene B. Borowitz exam-
sive introduction to Tal- ines the responses of Jewish
mudic method which will be thought to the challenge of
of interest to the layman as the modern world in
well as the student.
"Choices in Modern Jewish
In "Our Gang" (Indiana Thought" (Behrman
University Press), author House). Rabbi Borowitz dis-
Jenna Weissman Joselit of- cusses the philosophies of
fers an analysis of Jewish Leo Baeck, Mordecai Kap-
crime and the New York lan, Martin Buber, Franz
Jewish community in the Rosenzweig and others in
early years of the 20th Cen- this volume.
tury. "Our Gang" includes
"Dealing in Futures"
numerous photographs as (Bnai Brith) by Dr. Max F.
well as a selection of news- Baer is the story of the Bnai
Brith Youth Organization.
Dr. Baer has written a his-
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Duluth Rabbi
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"Science, Religion and
the Individual" and "Jews
in South Africa" will be the
topics when Rabbi Anthony
Holz of Temple Israel in
Duluth, Minn., appears at
Michigan Technological In-
stitute in Houghton for two
lectures on April 11 and 12
under the sponsorship of the
Jewish Chautauqua Society
(JCS).
The JCS is the educa-
tional project of the Na-
tional Federation of Temple
Brotherhoods (NFTB), 'an
affiliate of the Union of
American Hebrew Congre-
gations.
Holz has served Duluth's
Temple Israel since August
1983. He has served congre-
gations in Pretoria, South
Africa; Paducah, Ky.; and
Columbus, Ohio. .
Rabbi Holz was a founder
and is currently vice
president, of the Institute of
Creative Judaism, a
Cincinnati-based research
organization that produces
educational and liturgical
materials for religious
communities committed to
the autonomy of the indi-
vidual.

Hillel Task Force

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Directors of Bnai Brith
Hillel units on American
college campuses have es-
tablished a task force to
work out the logistics of a
job action to win acceptance
of their collective bargain-
ing rights, if the situation
ever warranted such action,
according to Rabbi Gerold
Serotta, president of the
Association of Hillel and
Jewish Campus Profession-
als.

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