PHAJ. Post Holocaust American Judaism
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract The Alan Lew papers contain materials ranging from his coursework at the Jewish Theological Seminary, his unpublished poetry and short stories dating as far back as the 1960s, early drafts and manuscripts of his published writings, materials relating to his sermons and public speaking, as well as personal correspondences and materials relating to his life as a rabbi and public speaker. Additionally, this collection contains material of years spent researching and writing his unpublished book on...
Dates: 1970 - 2006
Abstract The Arthur Waskow papers contains material related to Waskow's writings and rabbinical career, including his collaboration with the Shalom Center and the Shefa Fund.
Dates: 1969 - 2000
Abstract The Chava Weissler papers include materials from her scholarship career, including research conducted on the Jewish Renewal Movement, her dissertation, book, and lectures that she gave on the subject. The collection also includes some of her research, ephemera collected at various events and retreats, as well as audio and visual materials from her work in this subject area.
Dates: 1962 - 2011
Abstract In the mid-1980s, several Jewish leaders, including Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach and Zalman M. Schachter-Shalomi, convened in Florida for annual meetings named after the Hebrew term Ruach, which means "wind" or "spirit." Dennis Shuman recorded the lectures and homiletics presented at these meetings along with several other liturgical events.
Dates: 1985 - 1990
Abstract The Fox-Miller Collection includes materials related to such topics as Jewish community life, Zionist organizations, including Hadassah, the Israeli/Palestinian conflict, and the academic field of Jewish studies. Additionally, it contains books on Zionism, Jewish Labor, Jewish life in the United States, Jewish settlements in Eastern Europe and Russia, the American Garment Workers Union, and Jewish history more generally.
Dates: 1937 - 2007
Identifier: COU: 5018
Abstract Rabbi Geela Rayzel Raphael is an ordained rabbi, artist, author, and singer/songwriter of Jewish songs, prayer, and liturgy in the 1990s to the present. A former student of Reb Zalman Schacter-Shalomi, she designed several programs and teachings that are centered around heartfelt life-cycle rituals and ceremonies, such as Rosh Hodesh, interfaith ceremonies, and spirtual practices related to the significant life transitions of marriage, birth and children, losing loved ones, and managing grief. ...
Dates: 1978 - 2018
Abstract The Harry W. Mazal Holocaust Collection is the life work of Harry W. Mazal (1937 - 2011), a businessman from Mexico City, who made his home in San Antonio, Texas. With the help of numerous volunteers, Mazal dedicated his life, time, and financial resources to creating a vast repository committed to commemorating the victims of the Holocaust around the world. His goal was to promote scholarly research and human understanding grounded in Holocaust studies while also fighting Holocaust denial,...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1920 - 2011
Abstract The Holy Beggars’ Gazette was originally created by San Francisco based synagogue House of Love and Prayer to disseminate the teachings of its founder Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach. It grew to become a journal of chassidic teachings, poems, art, and stories from a range of contributors, including folklorist Howard Schwartz, poet Allen Ginzberg, and Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi (under the name Zalman M. Schachter). This collection provides a glimpse into the House of Love and Prayer’s community,...
Dates: 1972 - 1977
Abstract Retired Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Colorado Boulder, Ira Chernus (1946-) studied issues of war and peace and U.S. foreign policy from the perspective of a historian of religions. Chernus began his academic career studying the history of religions, in particular the history of Judaism, with special emphasis on the history of rabbinic Judaism and Jewish mysticism. He received his Ph.D. in Religion from Temple University in 1975. During the early 1980s, he became active in...
Dates: No Date
Abstract Nuremberg, Bavaria is often referred to as having been the 'unofficial capital' of the Holy Roman Empire, particularly because the Imperial Diet (Reichstag) and courts met at Nuremberg Castle. It is also called the "treasure chest of the German Empire" due to the fact that it houses some of Germany's important cultural artifacts such as regalia of the Holy Roman Empire and the city's own treasures, including the tabernacle and stained glass from the grand St. Lawrence Church. The brochure and...
Abstract The Leah Novick Papers include materials from Rabbi Leah Novick’s political career and activism as well as materials gathered since her rabbinical ordination in 1987 that revolve around contributions to the Jewish Renewal movement as a whole and ALEPH: Alliance for Jewish Renewal more specifically.
Abstract The Michael Lerner Collection contains a set of Tikkun magazines (Vol.1, No.1 to Vol. 29, No. 2), ed. Michael Lerner, and several books authored or edited by Michael Lerner.
Dates: 1986 - 2014
Abstract Course notes, illustrations, printed matter, audio cassettes and files related to Netanel Miles- Yépez’s work with Rabbi Schachter-Shalomi and the transfer of the Rabbi Schachter-Shalomi Collection.
Dates: 1990 - 2000
Abstract Richard E. Campbell spent more than half a century in post WWII and Cold War Germany, where he managed the American Business Center in Leipzig, served as political analyst and travel officer for the U.S. Embassy Berlin and abroad, and cataloged 500,000 Nazi-era documents as a Berlin Document Center (BDC) archivist.The Richard E. Campbell collection contains materials detailing twentieth-century German culture, with a specific emphasis on art, music, and theater. Much of the collection deals...
Abstract Yoram Getzler was an Israeli-American radio producer, writer, and a central figure in bringing Renewal Judaism to Israel. In 1986, Getzler moved to Israel where he worked as an independent radio program producer and part-time at the radio station Kol Israel’s (Voice of Israel) English language division. Shortly after moving there, he organized Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi’s visit to Israel, hoping to convince him to retire there. Due to the success of the visit and having known and worked...
Dates: 1986 - 2012
Abstract Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi (1924 - 2014) is considered one of the most significant Jewish spiritual leaders of the 20th and 21st centuries. A Holocaust survivor initially associated with Habad-Lubavitch Hasidism, Schachter-Shalomi went on to found the Jewish Renewal and Spiritual Eldering movements. As a teacher of Hasidism and Kabbalah, he was known for his deep engagement and dialogue with leaders of other religious traditions. He also had a long career teaching Jewish mysticism and the...
Dates: Majority of material found in 1940-2013