Thanks to all the parents who submitted their children’s names as candidates for the Internship in Jewish History. Unfortunately, I can only consider applications from people who are willing to take the job. Here’s the revised job description: Intern in Jewish History: Hard work, long hours, meager compensation. Chance at everlasting fame and glory, promoting […]Read more "Still looking for Intern in Jewish History"
Hello Lovers of Jewish History! By now you must be talking to all your former friends and colleagues about the upcoming Jewish History @ J series of lectures, and hyping up the first biography of Vladimir Jabotinsky scheduled for Monday, October 31. It occurred to me that it might be helpful for you to get some […]Read more "How to Pronounce “Jabotinsky” Properly and Impress all Your Friends"
Thank you to Mr. Paul Shaviv, a scholar and master educator, for supporting the Jewish History @ J series! His donation is in memory of Dr. Yishai Shachar z”l – 1935-1977, whose 39th Yahrzeit was on 5 Tishrei. ‘Haval al d’avdin..’ Historian, teacher, gentleman. On behalf of all the students who benefit from the lectures, […]Read more "Thank you Mr. Paul Shaviv!"
Minutes of the Friends of Jewish History Meeting (10/13/16) 1) We’ll try to post videos of the Monday night lectures by Tuesday Afternoon 2) We hope to run live q&a sessions on Thursdays at 7PM EST 3) Printing some Jewish History @ J bookmarks/fridge magnets for Friends and attendees 4) Looking to hire an Intern […]Read more "Minutes of the First Meeting of the Friends of Jewish History last night!"
“Who Was Vladimir Jabotinsky?” is sponsored by Norman and Bridgette Robinson in memory of Leona Robinson of blessed memory. In the words of her son, she was “an avid reader who loved history” who would have enjoyed this lecture. Thank to the Robinsons for becoming the first members of the Friends of Jewish History! Their […]Read more "“Who Was Vladimir Jabotinsky?” Sponsored by Norman and Bridgette Robinson!"
Paid Jewish Internship in Jewish History for qualified Avenue J student! Hard work, long hours, meager compensation. Chance at everlasting fame and glory, promoting the study of Jewish history. Must be organized, diligent, and personable. Will train. Contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.Read more "Paid Internship in Jewish History"
First meeting of the Friends of Jewish History! New Friends welcome! Agenda: exciting plans for the Fall 2016 lectures. Thursday, October 13, 7:00-7:30 pm EST. Web login: https://zoom.us/j/7186385458?pwd=v4EFhXcDlhAJZNeQOp%2FfXA%3D%3D Password: geshikhte Telephone call-in: Dial: +1 408 638 0968 (US Toll) or +1 646 558 8656 (US Toll) Meeting ID: 718 638 5458 International numbers available: https://zoom.us/zoomconference?m=30Usrg3JHXCdvXk7rk3huvZeSoE2JRQ9Read more "First Meeting of the Friends of Jewish History!"