- Author:Tobey B. Gitelle,Zosa Szajkowski
- Publisher:Columbia University Press; First Edition edition (May 22, 1980)
- Pages:66 pages
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Zosa Szajkowski (born Yehoshua or Shayke Frydman) (10 January 1911, Zareby, Poland – 26 September 1978, New York) was an American historian born in Russian Partition, whose work is important in Jewish Historiography, the transfer of Jewish archives . .
Zosa Szajkowski (born Yehoshua or Shayke Frydman) (10 January 1911, Zareby, Poland – 26 September 1978, New York) was an American historian born in Russian Partition, whose work is important in Jewish Historiography, the transfer of Jewish archives to the United States. His methods of acquiring European Jewish archives were controversial, with some going as far as calling him a thief.
Jewish Education in France, 1799-1939. Maxine S. Seller, "Jewish Education in France, 1799-1939.
Szajkowski (Zosa) Jewish Education in France (1789-1939). Zosa Szajkowski and the Salvaging of French Jewish History after World War II. Jewish Social Studies(en inglés) (Indiana University Press) 18 (2): 1-39. Archives de sciences sociales des religions(en francés)58 (58-2): 313-314. Leff, Lisa Moses (17 de abril de 2013).
Description: Jewish Social Studies plays an important role in advancing the understanding of Jewish life and the Jewish past. Key themes are issues of identity and peoplehood, the vistas opened by the integration of gender as a primary category in the study of history, and the multiplicities inherent in the evolution of Jewish societies and cultures around the world and over time
Impact of Jewish Education on Jewish Identification in a Group of Adolescents. Yerachmiel (Richard) Cohen and Zosa Szajkowski. Journal: Jewish Social Studies.
Impact of Jewish Education on Jewish Identification in a Group of Adolescents. John Sigal, David August and Joseph Beltempo.
Zosa Sjakowski was an entrenched presence there, a gnome-like man with a talent for instantly alienating almost everyone he came in contact with. Proud of its past, the Jewish Community of Fontainebleau can commemorate in 2010 without any fuss its 230 years of existence since one can find a Jewish presence in that city even prior to 1780.
This series of articles explores the history of Jewish Education magazine, later known as the Journal of Jewish Education, with a particular emphasis on its intersection with the history of American Jewish education and, more generally, American Jewish life.