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Poland's Jewish Landmarks: A Travel Guide
Complemented by over 70 maps, illustrations, and timelines that illuminate the history and achievements of Polish Jewry, this guide provides thorough and detailed lists of synagogues, monuments, cemeteries, and other places of Jewish heritage.
A Coal Miner's Bride: the Diary of Anetka Kaminska (Dear America)
Susan Campbell Bartoletti
Meet Anetka, a 13-year-old Polish girl who comes to America as a promised bride to a Pennsylvania coal miner. Her fascinating diary entries give readers a personal glimpse into what life was like in a coal-mining town during a tumultuous time in our country's past.
My Life, My Theater
MacMillan Publishing Company
EDA for IC System Design, Verification, and Testing (Electronic Design Automation for Integrated Circuits ...
Presenting a comprehensive overview of the design automation algorithms, tools, and methodologies used to design integrated circuits, the Electronic Design Automation for Integrated Circuits Handbook is available in two volumes. The first volume, EDA for IC System Design, Verification, and Testing , thoroughly examines system-level design, microarchitectural design, logical verification, and testing. Chapters contributed by leading experts ...
A Coal Miner's Bride: the Diary of Anetka Kaminska, Latimer, Pennsylvania 1896 (Dear America Series)
Susan Campbell Bartoletti
A diary account of thirteen-year-old Anetka's life in Poland in 1896, immigration to America, marriage to a coal miner, widowhood, and happiness in finally finding her true love.
Stardust Lost: The Triumph, Tragedy, and Meshugas of the Yiddish Theater in America (Vintage)
In Stardust Lost , Stefan Kanfer brings the colorful Yiddish stage roaring back to life. Born of ancient traditions stretching back to the drama of the Old Testament, the Yiddish theater was a vibrant part of the immigrant experience. Kanfer invokes the energy, belief, and pure chutzpah it took to establish and run the thriving, influential theaters. He reveals the nightly drama and comedy that played out behind the scenes as well as ...
Great Jewish Women
Jonathan David Publishers
Profiles of more than one hundred Jewish women who have had a great impact in their respective fields of endeavor, including Golda Meir, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Barbra Streisand, and U.S. senators Barbara Boxer and Dianne Feinstein. Their unusual achievements are interestingly presented and their relationships to Judaism highlighted. With black-and-white photographs.
I Will Survive
Sala Kaminska Pawlowicz
Women of Valor: Stories of Great Jewish Women Who Helped Shape the Twentieth Century
Sheila F. Segal
Biographies of eight women who made unique contributions to Jewish life, including union organizer Rose Schneiderman, founder of Hadassah Henrietta Szold, and Israel's first Olympic medalist Yael Arad.
Anna: Going to America (Volume 1)
Deanna J. Bennett
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Anna: Going to America immerses the reader in the American immigrant experiences of a young girl as she and her mother endure the hardships of rail travel across Europe and a voyage across the Atlantic in steerage class. Anna is a 15-year-old Lithuanian country girl who immigrates to America in 1914 with her stern mother. They are the last of their immediate family to leave their native country to join Anna’s brothers and sisters in America. ...
MINK COATS AND BARBED WIRE
RUTH TURKOW KAMINSKA
Rewriting Russia: Jacob Gordin's Yiddish Drama (Samuel and Althea Stroum Book)
Barbara J. Henry
University of Washington Press
Jacob Gordin was the first major playwright of the "Golden Age" of New York's Yiddish theater, which was not just entertainment but also a public forum, a force for education and acculturation, and a battleground for ideologies and artistic credos. Gordin, like his audience, was a Russian emigre. His most successful and scandalous dramas-- The Jewish King Lear, The Kreutzer Sonata , and Khasye the Orphan --were based on works by Lev Tolstoy and ...
Finding the Jewish Shakespeare: The Life and Legacy of Jacob Gordin
Syracuse Univ Pr (Sd)
In this revelatory biography, Beth Kaplan sets out to explore the true character and creative achievements of her great-grandfather Jacob Gordin, playwright extraordinaire and icon of the Yiddish stage. Born of an Anglican mother and a Jewish father who disdained religion, Kaplan knew little of her Judaic roots and less about her famed great-grandfather until beginning her research, more than twenty years ago. Shedding new light on Gordin and ...
Chester Alamo & Costello
Jamie Michael Bradley
Dark Lark Press, L.L.C.
The Globe is a place to watch football (soccer). When there are no matches being played, it looks like one of many neighborhood watering holes where people meet, eat, drink, laugh, shed tears, talk sports, dance, and drink some more. And maybe then the name of the pub or being in a world city like Chicago wouldn't even matter. But during a match, The Globe becomes just what the name says: the churning, whirling center of the universe where ...
Learning Styles and Second Language Education
Patrycja Marta Kaminska
Cambridge Scholars Publishing
This book contributes to the body of knowledge concerning individual learner differences by addressing the issue of learning styles in developing a second language. It comprises five chapters. The notion of style, together with its place among other individual differences and its relation to learning strategies, is presented in Chapter 1. The reasons for researching styles are also delineated in this chapter. Chapter 2 describes simple ...
I don't want to be brave anymore
New Republic Books
Book by Turkow-Kaminska, Ruth
Extraordinary Jews: Staging their lives : one-act plays for teens
Gabrielle Suzanne Kaplan
A.R.E. Publishing, Inc.
Bridge Of Light
Temple University Press
J. Hoberman, film critic at "The Village Voice" since 1978, is the author of "Vulgar Modernism" (Temple), which was nominated for the 1991 National Book Critics Circle Award, and co-author (with Jonathan Rosenbaum) of "Midnight Movies". He has written for numerous national publications, including "Artforum", "The New York Times", "The Nation", "The New Republic", and "Premiere".
Glioma Signaling (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology)
Glioma Signaling is a text reference on cellular signaling processes focused on the mechanism of nucleotide receptors activation by exogenic nucleotides and the formation of complex signaling cascades, including cytoplasmic transcription factors, induced by growth factors, cytokines and cannabinoids. The book provides a framework explaining how signal transduction elements may modulate glioma cytoskeleton structure, cytoplasmic calcium ...
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