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by Shmuel Himelstein,Geoffrey Wigoder,Fred Skolnik
Pages: 856 pages
Category: Encyclopedias & Subject Guides
Publisher: NYU Press; 2nd edition (September 1, 2002)
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In 1989, The Encyclopedia of Judaism set a high standard for Jewish reference works and was selected as an. .It is a fine reference work produced by a team of scholars under the supervision of Geoffrey Wigoder, and later Fred Skolnik.
In 1989, The Encyclopedia of Judaism set a high standard for Jewish reference works and was selected as an Outstanding Reference Book by the American Library Association. But in The New Encyclopedia of Judaism, a good work has been made even better; the original thousand entries have been updated and 250 new ones added. The Orthodox team was directed by Rabbi Shubert Spero, the Conservative by Rabbi Chaim Pearl. The individual articles are not signed, although there is a full list given of the contributors.
Although it draws material from the New Encyclopedia of Judaism (2002), the information has been rewritten for its intended audience of students in.
Although it draws material from the New Encyclopedia of Judaism (2002), the information has been rewritten for its intended audience of students in grades 7-12, as well as their families. The list of contributors and their affiliations includes such familiar names as Marc D. Angel and Yehuda Bauer. The more than 900 alphabetically arranged entries range in length from a brief paragraph to two pages. Many entries are under their Hebrew term (Tallit, Tefillin) with cross-references to and from their English counterparts.
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Publication info: New York : Oxford University Press, 1997 BM50. R8 1959 Title: Concise dictionary of Judaism.
Publication info: New York : New York University Press, c2002. Publication info: New York : Oxford University Press, 1997 BM50. Personal Author: Runes, Dagobert D. (Dagobert David), 1902Publication info: New York, Philosophical Library BM51. A65 1959 Title: What everyone should know about Judaism; answers to the questions most frequently asked about Judaism. Foreword by John Haynes Holmes.
The book portrays a comprehensive picture of Jewish life. The entries in the book are easy to understand and concise.
The Students Encyclopedia of Judaism is a wond An excellent resource for Jewish families to keep on hand for household use, The Student's Encyclopedia of Judaism provides engaging and authoritative coverage of all aspects of the Jewish religion-its history, practices, and important figures as well as current thinking among the Reform, Conservative, and Orthodox movements. The book portrays a comprehensive picture of Jewish life.
Here's a comprehensive, A to Z encyclopedic reference to the key spiritual leaders, concepts, and Biblical references of Judaism, blending in biblical sidebars of reference details as well as black and white photos throughout.
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A 700-page epic, The Other Shore was published in June 2011 by Aqueous Books. Wigoder, . Skolnik, . & Himelstein, S. (2002). The New Encyclopedia of Judaism. Skolnik's second novel (Spuyten Duyvil, 2015) is a multilayered narrative ostensibly set in a Hollywood milieu and containing elements of the thriller. It unfolds in a dreamlike atmosphere where ancient and modern mythologies are woven together as the unnamed hero seeks to evade his pursuers and escape his destiny. Writing as Fred Russell. New York: New York University Press.
Includes hundreds of special articles covering subjects in analytical depth, as well as short biographies of the major figures in the story of Judaism. This book is found in the following Credo Collections
Winner, The New York Public Library, Best of Reference Award, 2002
New York University Press is proud to announce the return of a valuable resource for both Jewish families and those interested in learning more about the Jewish faith. The New Encyclopedia of Judaism is a comprehensive one-volume encyclopedia that accessibly presents every aspect of the Jewish religion and represents current thinking among scholars in the Reform, Conservative, and Orthodox movements.
The original version of the encyclopedia was selected by the American Library Association as an Outstanding Reference Book. This revised and expanded edition updates the original thousand entries and adds nearly 250 new ones. Magnificently illustrated, it also contains a new introduction, a guide for usage, new illustrations, as well as a new annotated bibliography. Its compilation was overseen by the late Geoffrey Wigoder, best known as the Editor-in-chief of the Encyclopedia Judaica.
The articles cover a vast spectrum of topics. There are biographical entries on biblical figures, rabbis, and others whose thoughts and actions have influenced the development of Judaism. Also included are dozens of insightful commentaries on specific prayers. Issues of particular contemporary interest are given special attention, as are women's roles, with a separate entry on the feminist movement and new biographical entries on figures ranging from Miriam and Deborah to Blu Greenberg and Suzannah Heschel. Particularly emphasized are the customs and folk traditions of Jewish outposts the world over.
Authoritative and accessible, The New Encyclopedia of Judaism fulfills the promise of the first edition and serves as a standard one-volume Jewish reference work for the new millennium. It is an ideal reference for every Jewish household and synagogue library.