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Schechter Books

Responsa

new-->Shmuel Glick, ed., Kuntress Hateshuvot Hehadash: A Bibliographic Thesaurus of Responsa Literature published from ca. 1470-2000, Vols. I & II., $60 per volume; 2-Volume set: $110

new-->Malki Bakodesh, Vol.1, by Rabbi Hayyim Hirschenson, ed. Dr. David Zohar, Schechter Institute, Hartman Institute and Bar Ilan University, 2006 (Hebrew)
$18 or 70 NIS

Responsa and Halakhic Studies, Isaac Klein, 2nd revised ed., eds. David Golinkin and Monique Susskind Goldberg, $20 or 80 NIS

Proceedings of the Committee on Jewish Law and Standards,
1927-1970
, 3 volumes, ed. David Golinkin. Co-published with Rabbinical Assembly.
$55 or 220 NIS

Responsa in a Moment, David Golinkin
$15 or 60 NIS

Responsa of the Va'ad Halakha of the Rabbinical Assembly of Israel, vol. 6 (Hebrew)
$20 or 80 NIS

The Status of Women in Jewish Law: Responsa (Hebrew, with a 50-page summary in English), David Golinkin
$25 or 100 NIS

Halakhah

new-->Taking the Plunge: A Practical and Spiritual Guide to the Mikveh, Miriam Berkowitz, edited by David Golinkin, Jerusalem: 2007, xvi + 186 pp.
$13; 50 NIS in Israel, plus shipping

Insight Israel - The View from Schechter: Reflections on Israel, Jewish Law, and the Jewish Calendar, Second Series, David Golinkin
$20 or 80 NIS

Za'akat Dalot (The Cry of the Wretched): Halakhic Solutions for the Agunot of our Time (contains English summaries), Center for Women in Jewish Law
$25 or 100 NIS

new-->To Learn and To Teach: Volume 5: The Distancing of Menstruants from the Synagogue and Sacred Rites (English, Spanish, French, Russian, Hebrew), Center for Women in Jewish Law
$3 or 10 NIS per issue

To Learn and To Teach: Volume 4: Prenuptial Agreements: A Solution for the Agunah Problem of Our Time (English, Spanish, French, Russian, Hebrew), Center for Women in Jewish Law
$3 or 12 NIS per issue

To Learn and To Teach: Volume 3: Women in the Minyan and as Shlihot Tzibbur (English, Spanish, French, Russian, Hebrew), Center for Women in Jewish Law
$3 or 12 NIS per issue

To Learn and To Teach: Volume 2: Aliyot for Women (English, Spanish, French, Russian, Hebrew), Center for Women in Jewish Law
$3 or 12 NIS per issue

To Learn and To Teach: Volume 1: The Mehitzah in the Synagogue (English, Spanish, French, Russian, Hebrew), Center for Women in Jewish Law
$3 or 12 NIS per issue

Insight Israel - The View from Schechter: Reflections on Israel, Jewish Law, and the Jewish Calendar, David Golinkin
$20 or 80 NIS

Jewish Law Watch (English and Hebrew) nos.1-7, Center for Women in Jewish Law
$3 or 12 NIS per issue

Education in Light of Israeli Law and Halakhic Literature, vol. 1 (Hebrew), Shmuel Glick
$20 or 80 NIS

Education in Light of Israeli Law and Halakhic Literature, vol. 2 (Hebrew), Shmuel Glick
$20 or 80 NIS

Halakhah for Our Time (Hebrew or Russian editions) David Golinkin
$3 or 12 NIS

A Time to Be Born, A Time to Die (Hebrew) Isaac Klein,
ed.David Golinkin
$5 or 20 NIS

Other Publications

new--> The Schechter Haggadah: Art, History and Commentary, Joshua Kulp, Jerusalem, hard cover; 350 pages and over 100 illustrations,regular price $50; Discounted Schechter Price: $35; Set of 6: $190; Set of 12: $360, plus shipping. In Israel: 140 NIS; Set of 6: 760 NIS; Set of 12: 1,440 NIS, plus shipping.

new-->The Lovell Haggadah, Matthew Berkowitz, Jerusalem, soft cover, 226 pages, $32; Discounted Internet Price: $24. Set of 6: $133; Set of 12: $260, plus shipping. In Israel: 96 NIS; Set of 6: 532 NIS; Set of 12: 1,040 NIS, plus shipping.

new--> “Fill the Earth”: Settlement in Palestine...135-640 C.E. (Hebrew), Doron Bar, co-published by Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi, Jerusalem, 2008, 203 pp., $19, 65 NIS plus shipping.

new--> “Jewish Education – For What?” And Other Essays, Walter Ackerman, eds. Ari Ackerman, Hanan Alexander, Brenda Bacon, David Golinkin, co-published with Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, University of Haifa Center for Jewish Education and Tel Aviv University Kelman Center for Jewish Education, $20, 80 NIS plus shipping.

new--> Torah Lishma: Essays in Jewish Studies in Honor of Professor Shamma Friedman, David Golinkin, Moshe Benovitz, Mordechai Akiva Friedman, Menachem Schmelzer, Daniel Sperber, eds., co-published with Jewish Theological Seminary of America and Bar Ilan University Press; $50; online purchase: $37.50

new--> The High Holy Days, ed. David Golinkin and Monique Susskind Goldberg,
A Commentary on the Prayerbook of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, by Hayyim Herman Kieval
$25 or 100 NIS

Megillat Hashaoh: The Shoah Scroll
The first liturgical text written to commemorate the Holocaust. To be read annually on Holocaust Martyrs and Heroes Remembrance Day. Co-published with the Rabbinical Assembly. Text in Hebrew and English.
Price in Israel 20 NIS. In North America, order from United Synagogue Book Service

Rediscovering the Art of Jewish Prayer, David Golinkin.
A United Synagogue Publication.
$5 or 20 NIS

Nashim - A Journal of Jewish Women's Studies and Gender Issues
Nashim: A Journal of Jewish Women's Studies and Gender Issues is an international, interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed forum for original scholarly and creative work on Jews and gender. Co-sponsored by the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies in Jerusalem and the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute, Nashim publishes research, reviews, essays, poetry, and art.
Nashim

Be'er Tuvia: From the Writings of Rabbi Tuvia Friedman (English, Hebrew and Spanish), ed. David Golinkin
$10 or 40 NIS

Torah and Philosophy, (Hebrew), Zeev Falk
$20 or 80 NIS

Common Values - Different Sources: Jewish, Christian and Muslim Reflections (Hebrew). A Schechter Institute/ Interreligious Coordinating Council co-publication in cooperation with the Islamic College for Studies in Islamic Law and Religion and Ratisbonne Pontifical Institute Christian Center of Jewish Studies.
$10 or 40 NIS

The Jewish Individual and the Jewish People: Multiculturalism in Israel (Hebrew). A compilation of essays by leading Israeli scholars and social commentators.
$5 or 20 NIS

TALI Books

(All TALI Books are in Hebrew)

The Weekly Torah Portion

Planning Diary for the Pupil
The Planning Diary, geared for elementary school children, includes a calendar and Weekly-Torah Portion sheets comprised of midrashim, commentary, stories, poems and riddles on the Torah Portion.
$15 or 60 NIS

Teachers' Guide for Planning Diary
The Teachers' Guide, to be used with the Planning Diary, is comprised of explanations and ideas to enrich the teaching and message of the Torah portion as well as suggested classroom activities relating to the Torah portion.
$5 or 20 NIS


new-->"My Weekly-Torah Portion" Booklet, Two Volumes:
Two beautifully illustrated books that contain activities and worksheets that relate to the Torah portion for each week. Volume One is geared to 2nd and 3rd graders, Volume Two for 4th, 5th and 6th graders.
$20 or 80 NIS per volume


new--> Teachers' Guide for "My Weekly-Torah Portion" Booklet, Two Volumes:
The Teachers' Guide, to be used with "My Weekly-Torah Portion" Booklet, is comprised of explanations and ideas to enrich the teaching and message of the Torah portion as well as suggested classroom activities relating to the Torah portion. Guides available for both age groups.
$5 or 20 NIS per volume


Teachers' Curricular Units

new-->"I Care: Tolerance in the Mishnah" for 4th - 6th graders, is an introduction to Mishnah that teaches children the language of tolerance, and recognizing "the other" through the wisdom of the Sages.The program includes a teacher's guide and booklet for individual and group work by students.
$20 or 80 NIS

new-->"Book of Ruth"
Learning Kit

A kit on the Book of Ruth, using works of art as a mode of interpretation of the text, has just come hot off the press. Beautifully designed, the booklet skillfully teaches pupils not only how to read a written text closely, but also how to "read" a work of art. It will be used first in TALI schools and, in the future, translated into English for schools abroad. (text in Hebrew; accompanying art posters in Hebrew and English)
$20 or 80 NIS

"Rosh Chodesh" Booklet: The Jewish Calendar and Traditions of Rosh Chodesh
The booklet deals with the Moon, Names of the Months, the Jewish Calendar and Those of Other Faiths and Cultures, Rosh Chodesh Customs and Prayers.
$10 or 40 NIS

"He and She" Booklet + Picture Kit: on Equality and Inequality in the Sexes in Jewish Sources
The booklet deals with Stereotypes, "Masculine and Feminine - He Created Them," Men's and Women's Roles, "Baruch She'asani Isha," Women and Mitzvot, Adolescence and our Changing Bodies, and even...love.

Booklet + Kit of color pictures
$20 or 80 NIS

"Open Up the Gate - Voices of Prayer", Booklet + CD
The CD which accompanies the booklet, contains varied musical activities for pupils as preparation for the subject of prayer as well as different versions of the following prayer selections: Modeh Ani, Ma Tovu, Haleluyah, Kriyat Shma, Birkat Refa'eunu, Oseh Shalom.

Booklet + CD
$20 or 80 NIS

"Refuah Shleima" - The Feel Better Booklet + Picture Kit:
On Health and Illness in Jewish Sources

The booklet deals with various subjects relating to the life of sick children, changes in daily routine, moods, dealing with illness, medications and treatments, therapy and encouragement, and on life and death.

Booklet + Kit of color pictures.
The booklet is intended for use by both teacher and pupil.
$20 or 80 NIS


 


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