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YU, Koren Publish Guide to Yizkor

YU, Koren Publish Guide to Yizkor

Volume Includes Essays on Memory and Meaning by Rabbi Norman Lamm, Translation by Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks Yeshiva University will publish The Koren Yizkor: Memory and Meaning, an unprecedented double-sided volume that includes the complete Yizkor text (the memorial prayer for the departed), tefillot (prayers) for the cemetery, Kaddish and other relevant tefillot, as well as a

YU Press to Release New Volume in Mitokh Ha-Ohel Series

With Latest Publication, Dr. Stuart Halpern Edits 10th Book for YU Press A third book in the Mitokh Ha-Ohel series featuring collections of essays by Yeshiva University faculty is being released this week. The first of a three-volume series on prayer, From Within the Tent: Essays on the Weekday Prayers from the Rabbis and Professors

YU and OU Press Republish Rabbi Rakeffet’s Books

Rakeffet’s Bernard Revel Biography Republished; Yeshiva University Presents May 4 Book Launch and Lecture Yeshiva University Press, in conjunction with OU Press, announces the republication of two landmark books by Rabbi Dr. Aaron Rakeffet-Rothkoff, professor of rabbinic literature at YU’s Caroline and Joseph S. Gruss Institute, Bernard Revel: Builder of American Orthodoxy and The Silver Era:

YU to Launch Multi-Volume Series on Jewish Philosophy

Rabbi J. David Bleich’s The Philosophical Quest of Philosophy, Ethics, Law and Halakhah to be Inaugural Volume of RIETS Hashkafah Series Yeshiva University-affiliated Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Rabbinical Theological Seminary (RIETS) will be launching its English-language hashkafah [Jewish philosophy] series with the publication of Rabbi J. David Bleich’s work, The Philosophical Quest of Philosophy, Ethics, Law and Halakhah, a

Festivals of Faith

Chancellor Rabbi Dr. Norman Lamm Publishes New Book Reflecting on Jewish Holidays The Jewish holidays are not only joyous celebrations but repositories of profound teachings on personal and communal priorities, as eloquently portrayed in Rabbi Norman Lamm’s new book, Festivals of Faith: Reflections on the Jewish Holidays. Published by RIETS/Yeshiva University Press and OU Press, this

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