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Friday, February 22, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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area at no charge. Advance reser-
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Prof. Hyman was graduated
summa cum laude from Radcliffe
College and Hebrew College of
Boston. She received her M.A. and
Ph.D. degrees from Columbia
University. She is the recipient of
the National Foundation for
Jewish Culture Fellowship and
was cited by the Columbia Uni-
versity Council for Research in
the Social Sciences and New York
Council for the Humanities. She
is the author of numerous articles
and a book, The 'Jews in Vichy
France, and an upcoming book on
the Jewish family.

The Midrasha in cooperation
with Cong. Beth Achim, will
sponsor a special slide lecture
with Prof. Joseph Gutmann at
7:30 p.m. Thursday at Beth
Achim. .
Dr. Gutmann is professor of art
history at Wayne State Univer-
sity and adjunct curator at the De-
troit Institute of Arts.
He has contributed 150 articles
to leading scholarly journals. A
few of his published works in-
clude:
The Dura-Europos
Synagogue: A Re-Evaluation; The
Synagogue: Studies in Origins,
Archaeology and Architecture;
The Image and the World: Con-
frontation in Judaism, Chris-
tianity and Islam.

Midrasha College
For Teachers

The Midrasha, will institute a
new program in teacher certifica-
tion during the spring semester.
The two year program will focus
on both theoretical and practical
concerns of the Jewish educator.
Those involved in the program
will receive credits for working in
an educational setting under pro-
fessional supervision. Some of the
courses that will be offered in-
clude: Philosophy of Education,
Curriculum Construction, Educa-
tional Psychology, Child De-
velopment, Issues in Jewish Edu-
cation, Methods and Models of
Teaching Hebrew, Bible and So-
cial Studies and Research Tech-
niques.
Tuition scholarships will be
provided for those currently in-
volved in the United Hebrew
Schools' system.
The first course to be offered be-
ginning March 14 is "Philosophy
of Education" with Dr. Gerald
Teller, superintendent of the
UHS. For information, call the
Midrasha, 352-7117.

Dr. Gutmann is the recipient of
the 1980 Wayne State University
Board of Governor's Faculty
Recognition Award for outstand-
ing accomplishment and the
Henry Morgenthau Fellowship to
study archeolgy at Hebrew Uni-
versity in Jerusalem.
The lecture is entitled "Images
and Insights" and is a prelude to
the Precious Legacy exhibit,
Judaic Treasures. from the
Czechoslovak State Collection to
be exhibited at the Detroit Insti-
tute of Arts in March and April.
There is a fee. For information,
call the Midrasha, 352-7117; or
Cong. Beth Achim, 352-8670.

Midrasha To Host
Adviser Series

The Midrasha, in cooperation
with the Greater Detroit United
Synagogue Youth, will co-sponsor
a special adviser's enrichment
series to be held on Tuesday and
March 5 and 12 at 6:30 p.m. at the
main United Hebrew Schools
building.
The goal of the series is to help
advisors respond more effectively
to problems that they encounter
in their group work.
The following sessions are
slated for the series: "The Single
Parent Family" with Brenda Be-
ron, psychotherapist, Regional
Mental Health Clinic; "Funda-
mentals of Conservative
Judaism" with Rabbi Paul
Freedman, director of the de-
partment of youth activities,
United Synagogue of America;
"Group Dynamics" with Dr.
Sheila Feigelson, educational
consultant and "Substance
Abuse" with Charlie Silow,
psychotherapist at Counseling
Associates.
This program is open to USY
and Kadmia advisers. Subsidies
will be provided.

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