Lecturer in Hebrew
Certificate, Beth Jacob of Jerusalem,
Sarah Kasher is a Lecturer in the Hebrew Department at Yeshiva University. Professor Kasher was schooled in Jerusalem and Studied both the foundation of modern and Biblical Hebrew at Machon Torah Shlema with her father and grandfather, Rabbi Moshe Shlomo Kasher and Rabbi Menachem Mendel Kasher, respectively. She began her career early by working at the Machon that they established. In the United States, Professor Kasher advanced her career by overseeing all the publications of the Histadruth Ivrit of America, including the weekly newspaper Hadoar, the monthly magazines Lamishpaha and Sulam Yaakov, and a yearly publication Tov Lichtov, for 25 years. Her responsibilities included vocalization as well as editing for content and grammar. Additionally, she has edited children’s educational books for the Board of Jewish Education. Kasher has been a professor at Yeshiva University for the past nine years and has taught at Rambam Yeshiva and Manhattan High School as well as at a summer Ulpan in Omaha, Nebraska. The students’ mastery of the science of the Hebrew language is her primary goal and satisfaction.
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