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Center for Studies in Jewish Education And Culture



The Center for Studies in Jewish Education and Culture research agenda seeks to advance our theoretical understandings of culture, relationship, and teacher identity and develop new models for teachers’ professional development. The center also offers rigorous courses of study including a Graduate Certificate in Jewish Education focused on developing and improving educators’ pedagogical skills and the acquisition of general content knowledge of Jewish culture and history.

Check out our partnerships with the Mandel Teacher Education Institute and the Jewish Court of All Time project. 

Date: Tuesday, November 1, 2016 (Click for PDF)

4:00 PM - Reception and Display of the Newly Acquired Phyllis R. Sutker Papers

4:30 PM - Lecture by Prof. Pnina Lahav (Boston University), "The Political Leadership of Golda Meir: Pioneer Women and the Campaign for Jewish Statehood"

Location: American Jewish Archives (3101 Clifton Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio)

Cosponsored by the American Jewish Archives, NA'AMAT USA, and the History Department and the Center for Studies in Jewish Education and Culture, University of Cincinnati.

The events are free and open to the public. For more information contact the American Jewish Archives at (513) 221-1875or Dr. Mark Raider at (513) 556-2150

The Center for Studies in Jewish Education and Culture research agenda seeks to advance our theoretical understandings of culture, relationship, and teacher identity and develop new models for teachers’ professional development. The center also offers rigorous courses of study including a Graduate Certificate in Jewish Education focused on developing and improving educators’ pedagogical skills and the acquisition of general content knowledge of Jewish culture and history.

Check out our partnerships with the Mandel Teacher Education Institute and the Jewish Court of All Time project. 

Date: Tuesday, November 1, 2016 (Click for PDF)

4:00 PM - Reception and Display of the Newly Acquired Phyllis R. Sutker Papers

4:30 PM - Lecture by Prof. Pnina Lahav (Boston University), "The Political Leadership of Golda Meir: Pioneer Women and the Campaign for Jewish Statehood"

Location: American Jewish Archives (3101 Clifton Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio)

Cosponsored by the American Jewish Archives, NA'AMAT USA, and the History Department and the Center for Studies in Jewish Education and Culture, University of Cincinnati.

The events are free and open to the public. For more information contact the American Jewish Archives at (513) 221-1875or Dr. Mark Raider at (513) 556-2150

A group photo of the Center for Studies in Jewish Education and Culture

The Center for Studies in Jewish Education and Culture research agenda seeks to advance our theoretical understandings of culture, relationship, and teacher identity and develop new models for teachers’ professional development. The center also offers rigorous courses of study including a Graduate Certificate in Jewish Education focused on developing and improving educators’ pedagogical skills and the acquisition of general content knowledge of Jewish culture and history.

Check out our partnerships with the Mandel Teacher Education Institute and the Jewish Court of All Time project.