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308 BIOGRAPHIES ALLIE

editor Janet Aviad
308 BIOGRAPHIES ALLIE DUBB taught anthropology and was Director of the African Studies Institute at the Witwatersand University, Johannesburg, before coming on Aliyah in 1978. His parallel fields of interest were African urbaniza­tion and the sociology and demography of the South African Jewish community. He has been Director of the Project for Jewish Educational Statistics at the Hebrew Universitys Institute for Contemporary Jewry since 1982. BARRY HOLTZ is co- director of the Melton Research Center for Jewish Education at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York City and an assistant professor in the Seminarys Department of Jewish Educa­tion. He is also an editor of the Melton Journal — Issues and Themes in Jewish Education and the editor of Back to the Sources, a guide to reading and understanding the great Jewish classics. MENACHEM LEVIN recieved his B. A. and M. A. in Education, Jewish History and Geography from Hebrew University. Studying for his Ph. D. in King College, England. Rich experience in Jewish education in Israel, Britain and Australia. Currently serves as Pedagogic Coordina­tor at the Lipshitz Teachers Seminar in Jerusalem. STEPHEN MILLER is Head of the Department of Social Science and Humanities and Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the City University, London. His research interests include visual perception, research methodology, and Jewish educational research. He is the coordinator of the Jewish Education Research Unit based at The City University. EDUARDO RAUCH is co- director of the Melton Research Center for Jewish Education at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York City and an assistant professor in the Seminarys Department of Jewish Education. He is also an editor of The Melton Journal — Issues and Themes in Jewish Education. DAVID RESNICK holds the dual position of Active Executive Vice President and Director of the Department of Community Services and Studies at the Jewish Education Service of North America. He has also served as Principal of the Prozdor High School of the Jewish Theological Seminary in America, as administrator of the Melton Research Center at the Seminary, and as Acting Dean of the Seminary College. RONALD REYNOLDS is the chairman of the Research Task- Force of the Coalition for Alternatives in Jewish Education. He is also a con­sultant at the Los Angeles Bureau of Jewish Education. His current field of interest is in conceptualization and operationalization of organi­zational goals. MARC ROSENSTEIN is presently the principal of Akiba Hebrew Academy, a communal secondary day school in Philadelphia. Chapter Home  | TOC

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308 BIOGRAPHIES ALLIE DUBB taught anthropology and was Director of the African Studies Institute at the Witwatersand University, Johannesburg, before coming on Aliyah in 1978. His parallel fields of interest were African urbaniza­tion and the sociology and demography of the South African Jewish community. He has been Director of the Project for Jewish Educational Statistics at the Hebrew University's Institute for Contemporary Jewry since 1982. BARRY HOLTZ is co- director of the Melton Research Center for Jewish Education at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York City and an assistant professor in the Seminary's Department of Jewish Educa­tion. He is also an editor of the Melton Journal — Issues and Themes in Jewish Education and the editor of Back to the Sources, a guide to reading and understanding the great Jewish classics. MENACHEM LEVIN recieved his B. A. and M. A. in Education, Jewish History and Geography from Hebrew University. Studying for his Ph. D. in King College, England. Rich experience in Jewish education in Israel, Britain and Australia. Currently serves as Pedagogic Coordina­tor at the Lipshitz Teachers' Seminar in Jerusalem. STEPHEN MILLER is Head of the Department of Social Science and Humanities and Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the City University, London. His research interests include visual perception, research methodology, and Jewish educational research. He is the coordinator of the Jewish Education Research Unit based at The City University. EDUARDO RAUCH is co- director of the Melton Research Center for Jewish Education at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York City and an assistant professor in the Seminary's Department of Jewish Education. He is also an editor of The Melton Journal — Issues and Themes in Jewish Education. DAVID RESNICK holds the dual position of Active Executive Vice President and Director of the Department of Community Services and Studies at the Jewish Education Service of North America. He has also served as Principal of the Prozdor High School of the Jewish Theological Seminary in America, as administrator of the Melton Research Center at the Seminary, and as Acting Dean of the Seminary College. RONALD REYNOLDS is the chairman of the Research Task- Force of the Coalition for Alternatives in Jewish Education. He is also a con­sultant at the Los Angeles Bureau of Jewish Education. His current field of interest is in conceptualization and operationalization of organi­zational goals. MARC ROSENSTEIN is presently the principal of Akiba Hebrew Academy, a communal secondary day school in Philadelphia. << Chapter >> Home | TOC
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