Howard Kleinman

A Time for Games, a Time for Politics

During her tenure as the director of the Yiddish language summer program at Columbia University, Adrienne Cooper was surprised to discover her students’ motivations for attending. “Some people were looking for a way of connecting themselves to Jewish history through the language,” she said. “They wanted to connect themselves to Eastern

Educators Sharpen Their Skills Through Internet Courses

Modern communications began with telegraph inventor Samuel Morse transmitting a religious question, “What hath God wrought?” across state lines. It is fitting, then, that the most recent evolution in telecommunications — the Internet — is now instrumental in transmitting religious knowledge across America.Faced with the challenge