Month: October 2013

Failing (in order) to Learn

This is a post by Ziva Hassenfeld, a student in the Stanford Graduate School of Education: “No one cares what you have to say, outside of a few dear friends, your family, and your teachers, at least until you graduate. But if you can speak through texts, wow, the world will be listening. And if you can speak through the… Read more →

The Hegemony of Religion

The headlines (and subsequent prognostications about the decline and general corruption of American Jews) from this week’s Pew Study highlighted the number of people who identify as Jewish, but do not claim Judaism as their religion. The study demonstrated, pretty consistently, that Jews who do not claim Judaism as their religion are less likely to participate in institutional Jewish life… Read more →

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