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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jack Wertheimer; Jewish Theological Seminary of America.
|Notes:||Previously published: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1987.|
|Description:||xix, 433 pages : illustrations, map ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Overview : the synagogue in America / Abraham J. Karp --
The Orthodox synagogue / Jeffrey S. Gurock --
The Reform synagogue / Leon A. Jick --
The Conservative synagogue / Jack Wertheimer --
The American experience of a Sephardic synagogue / Marc D. Angel --
Education in the synagogue : the transformation of the supplementary school / Barry Chazan --
From city to suburb : Temple Mishkan Tefila of Boston / Paula E. Hyman --
The special sphere of the middle-class American Jewish woman : the synagogue sisterhood, 1890-1940 / Jenna Weissman Joselit --
Ethnic-religious ambiguities in an immigrant synagogue : the case of New Hope congregation / Benny Kraut --
Conflict over reforms : the case of congregation Beth Elohim, Charleston, South Carolina / Robert Liberles --
A synagogue center grows in Brooklyn / Deborah Dash Moore --
Choosing a synagogue : the social composition of two German congregations in nineteenth-century Baltimore / Marsha L. Rozenblit --
The debate over mixed seating in the American synagogue / Jonathan D. Sarna --
Music in the American synagogue : a case study from Houston / Kay Kaufman Shelemay.
|Series Title:||Brandeis series in American Jewish history, culture, and life.|
|Responsibility:||Jack Wertheimer, editor.|
This volume is minimally about religion, but implicitly it seems to be making the case that religion and particularism are less meaningful to younger Jews as opposed to cultural expression and the