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April 27, 1984 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-04-27

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Friday, April 27, 1964

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Former Detroiter named editor
of Jewish Publication Society

Philadelphia — Former
Detroiter David Rosenberg,
author and editor of Forth-
coming magazine, has been
appointed the editor of the
Jewish Publication Society
of America.
Until recently, Rosenberg
divided his time between Is-
rael and the U.S., working
as editor and project direc-
tor for the Institute for
Translation of Hebrew Lit-
erature in Tel Aviv, in af-
filiation with the National
Foundation for Jewish Cul-
ture in New York. Forth-
coming: Jewish Imaginative
Writing, the magazine he
co-founded with Nessa
Rapoport of Bantam Books,
was launched in 1982 as "an
independent literary sup-
plement" of Moment maga-
zine.
Rosenberg is the author of
several books, including the
Poet's Bible series (Harper
& Row): Blues of the Sky, in-
terpretations of Psalms; Job
Speaks, an interpretation of
the Book of Job; and Light-
works, interpreted froth the
Book of Isaiah. He is also
the author of A Blazing

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England. Rosenberg taught
literature and writing at
York University in Toronto,
at City University of New
York, and served as a
writer-in-residence for the
Connecticut, New Jersey
and New York State arts
councils.

NY lectures
on Sephardim

Photo by Layle Silbert

David Rosenberg

Fountain (Schocken), an
adult book for Chanukah,
and Chosen Days: Celebrat-
ing Jewish Festivals in
Poetry and Art (Doubleday).
Born in Detroit, he won
the Hopwood Writing
Award as an undergraduate
at the University of Michi-
gan; he was a graduate fel-
low in poetry at Syracuse
University, and studied
comparative literature at
• the University of Essex,

New York — Yeshiva
University's Jacob E. Safra
Institute of Sephardic
Studies and the Sephardic
House at Cong. Shearith Is-
rael will co-sponsor a series
of lectures on "The Sephar-
dim and the Holocaust"
next month.

The lecture series is being
coordinated by Dr. Marc D.
Angel, spiritual leader of
Shearith Israel, and Rabbi
M. Mitchell Serels, associ-
ate director of the Jacob E.
Safra Institute of Sephardic
Studies.

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