Jewish Day School in the Lives of Adult Jews
A groundbreaking study on the impact of Jewish day schools in the lives of parents and children.
Identity, Community, Memory, (Post)Modernity
An innovative collection demonstrating the rich potential for interdisciplinary learning found within the network of university-based humanities centers.
Paperback edition of a favorite text on the literary creativity and communal involvement in the production of the Tosafist corpus.
An American Journey from Slavery to Scholarship
An important autobiography that reveals the story of William Sanders Scarborough who rose out of slavery to become a renowned classical philologist and African American icon.
Literacy and Identity among Young Orthodox Women in Israel
An investigation into the education of women in the religious Zionist community and its influence on Orthodox Judaism.
Exploring the Role of Forts, Dens, and Bush Houses in Middle Childhood
An examination of the secret world of children that shows how important special places are to a child's development.
An African American Discourse on Language, Literature, and Learning
An inspiring collection of personal essays about education, literacy, and freedom.
A Guide for Researching and Teaching
This book makes available in one source descriptions of most of the major archival collections in the field of labor history at U.S. libraries.
A Study of Language Competence
An exploration of the key issues of language education for African Americans.
The Diary of Schoolmaster Henry Hobart, 1863-1864
Hobart centered his narrative on Cliff Mine, one of the leading producers of copper in the world and the primary employer in the town of Clifton.
History, Theory, & Practice
In this volume, Julie Klein provides the first comprehensive study of the modern concept of interdisciplinarity, supplementing her discussion with the most complete bibliography yet compiled on the subject.