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by Arthur Kurzweil

Author: Arthur Kurzweil
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Jossey-Bass; 1 edition (September 2, 2003)
Pages: 416 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.1
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Best Jewish Writing 2003 Paperback – September 2, 2003. He casts a wide net for this judicious selection of articles, short stories, poetry and book excerpts. The material is grouped thematically, covering topics such as Israel, current issues, religious education and practice, Jewish spiritual thought, Kabbalah, the Holocaust, 9/11 and anti-Semitism.

Kurzweil's book From Generation to Generation: How to Trace Your Jewish Genealogy and Family History is. .

Kurzweil's book From Generation to Generation: How to Trace Your Jewish Genealogy and Family History is considered to be a definitive introductory guide on the topic. Kurzweil has also authored two books in the for Dummies series: Kabbalah for Dummies and The Torah for Dummies. Kurzweil spent ten years working as a freelance writer, writing articles for numerous publications including Hadassah, National Jewish Monthly, Moment Magazine and . Newsday's Sunday magazine). The Hadassah Jewish Family Book of Health And Wellness. L Dale Mintz Arthur Kurzweil D M E Robin Berman

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Jewish book projects that Kurzweil develops for Jossey-Bass are imprinted with the words "An Arthur Kurzweil Book" on each . From Generation to Generation: How to Trace Your Jewish Genealogy and Family History (2004).

Jewish book projects that Kurzweil develops for Jossey-Bass are imprinted with the words "An Arthur Kurzweil Book" on each book's title page. On the Road with Rabbi Steinsaltz: 25 Years of Pre-Dawn Car Trips, Mind-Blowing Encounters, and Inspiring Conversations with a Man of Wisdom (2006).

Arthur Kurzweil, known as America’s foremost Jewish genealogist, will explain . Arthur Kurzweil is a writer, publisher, teacher and magician.

Arthur Kurzweil, known as America’s foremost Jewish genealogist, will explain why and how to successfully climb your family tree. He is the author of several books including On the Road with Rabbi Steinsaltz and From Generation to Generation: How to Trace your Jewish Family History. Arthur received a lifetime achievement award from the International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies for his groundbreaking work in the field.

Written for both the novice and the experienced genealogist, this book shows readers how to trace their family histories back .

Written for both the novice and the experienced genealogist, this book shows readers how to trace their family histories back through their immigrant ancestors to the shtetls (Jewish villages) of the Russian Pale of Settlement. Dale Liebson Mintz, MPA, CHES, is Hadassah's founding National Director of Women's Health and Advocacy and an expert of long standing in the field of health and wellness.

Best Jewish Writing 2003 Contributors include: Leo M. Abrami Joseph Alpher Benjamin Blech Norman Berdichevsky Susan Berrin Lawrence Bush Talia Carner I. Century Phyllis Chesler Leslie Cohen Ralph de Toledano Enid Dame Alan M. Dershowitz Carol Diament Amos Elon Lawrence J. Epstein Mordechai Gafni Herbert Gold Shefa Gold Gloria Goldreich David Grossman Blu Greenberg Irving Greenberg Leo Haber David A. Harris Arthur Hertzberg Yitzhak Husbands-Hankin Paula E. Hyman Yoel Jakobovits Rodger Kamenetz Edward I. Koch Jane Leavy Amy-Jill Levine Andrei S. Markovits Bezalel Noor Cynthia Ozick Marge Piercy Todd Pitock Daniel Polish Daniel Asa Rose Alvin H. Rosenfeld Gilbert S. Rosenthal David Saks Zalman Schachter-Shalomi Peninnah Schram Eliezer Shore Lewis D. Solomon Adin Even-Israel Steinsaltz William C. Speed Andrew Wallenstein Arthur Waskow Avi Weiss Sheila Weinberg Margaret Moers Wenig Elie Wiesel Valerie Wohlfeld The Editor Arthur Kurzweil is the former director of the Jewish Book Club and editor-in-chief of Jason Aronson Publishers. He is the author of From Generation to Generation: How to Trace Your Jewish Genealogy and Family History (Wiley, 2004).