Arts in Jewish Education (9:3 summer 2011)

From the editor’s introduction.

“… In many ways we have come very far from The Jazz Singer or Chaim Potok’s My Name is Asher Lev, but it is fair to say that the Jewish educational community’s engagement with the arts leaves room for improvement. The arts serve as a window to the soul and as a means of expression of our deepest thoughts and yearnings. Perhaps even more importantly, they can touch the soul and move it to new places….”

To read more about arts in Jewish education, see the articles below.

            From the Editor




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