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December 01, 1989 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-01

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EDUCATION I

Congregation Shaarey Zedek

Presents

A Special Guest
Lecture by

Teacher Contest
Seeks Nominations

PROFESSOR

TODD ENDELMAN

December 12, 1989 8:00 p.m.
in the Adler Hall

The Flight from Jewishness
An Historical Perspective

• How have Jews assimilated over our history?
• How do Jews assimilate today?
• What is the future of the American Jewish
Community?

Professor Endelman received his Ph.D from Harvard University. He is present-

ly William Haber Professor of Modern Jewish History and director of the Jean
and Samuel Frankel Center for Judaic Studies at the University of Michigan. Pro-
fessor Endelman is author of The Jews of Georgian England, 1714-1830: Tradition
and Change in a Liberal Society (1979), which received the National Jewish Book
Award for History.

Professor Endelman is known for his tremendous knowledge of Jewish history and
dynamic lectures which are moving and insightful.

— Refreshments Served —

No Charge

Open to the Public

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1989

Nominations are being ac-
cepted through Dec. 29 for the
second annual Schochet
Family Outstanding Teacher
Award, sponsored by the
Frank and Freda Schochet
Fund of United Jewish
Charities.
Candidates must be involv-
ed in Jewish education in the
greater Detroit area.
The winner will receive up
to $3,000 to fund a project in
an area of Jewish learning
and teaching. Nominees will
be judged on the potential
benefits of their proposal, as
well as their individual
qualities. These include pro-
fessionalism, an ability to be
innovative, a demonstrated
commitment to Jewish educa-
tion and empathy with
students and their families.
Names of candidates should
be submitted to the Schochet
Award Committee. For entry
forms call Carla Newman at
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion, 965-3939.

Teachers Meet
At Conference

The David Oppenheim
Family Teachers' Institute
will host teachers from area
Jewish schools at its fifth an-
nual converence 1 p.m. Dec. 3
at the Jewish Community
Center in West Bloomfield.
Guest lecturer Dr. Susan
Mandel Glazer is the founder
of the graduate program and
reading language arts clinic
at Rider College. She has
developed a model and prac-
tical approach for guiding
children, both gifted and
remedial, to be more effective
readers and writers.
For reservations, call the
Agency for Jewish Education,
354-1050.

Panim El Panim
Program Set

The Agency for Jewish
Education and the Jewish
Community Council an-
nounce the Panim el Panim
program Feb. 18-21.
Sponsored by the
Washington Institute for
Jewish Leadership and
Values, the program provides
high school teenagers the op-
portunity to travel to
Washington, D.C., to interact
with administration officials,
members of Congress, lob-
byists and representatives of
public interest organizations.
Participants will hear both
sides of a debate on issues
such as economic justice,
church-state separation, the
environment, nuclear pro-

liferation and human rights.
Students from across the
country will meet the people
who work on behalf of Soviet
Jewry, Israel and endangered
Jewish communities around
the world.
Registration deadline is
Dec. 31. For information, con-
tact Rabbi Bruce Aft, prin-
cipal of the Community
Jewish High School,
352-7117, or David Gad-Harf,
director of the Jewish Corn-
munity Council, 962-1880.

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Judaic Course
To Be Offered

The Agency for Jewish
Education is sponsoring a col-
lege credit course for seniors
in high school beginning Jan.
30.
The Center for Judaic
Studies at the University of
Michigan will offer English
280: "Thematic Approaches
to Literature-American
Jewish Literature" for three
credits. The class will be held
at the United Hebrew Schools
3:30 p.m. Tuesdays for 15
weeks. This college credit is
offered by the Mina and
Theodore B _ argman
Foundation.
Professor Mashey Berns-
tein, visiting lecturer of
English language and
literature at the University of
Michigan and faculty
member of the Agency for
Jewish Education Midrasha-
College of Jewish Studies and
Community Jewish High
School will teach this course.
Registration deadline is
Dec. 15. For information, con-
tact Rabbi Bruce Aft, prin-
cipal of the Community
Jewish High School,
352-7117.

Bais Chabad
Sets Events

Bais Chabad Torah Center
will hold its monthly Sunday
night forum 7:30 p.m. Dec. 2
at the home of Martin and
Dale Goodman, 4320 Walnut
Lake Rd., West Bloomfield. Ir-
win Cohen will present an
audio-visual program on
Jewish Detroit 1700s through
1970. Refreshments will be
served.
Rabbi Elimelech Silberberg
will speak on "Jacob and
Rachel — A Spiritual
Romance" 8:15 p.m. Dec. 3 at
the Bais Chabad Torah
Center. The lecture is part of
the Monday night series on
basic Judaism.
Rabbi Silberberg will speak
on "Poligamy And The
Patriarchs" at the Ann Arbor
Chabad House 5 p.m. Dec. 2

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