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New: The Future of the Book

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For decades now, a book has stopped being an object contained in pages between two covers carried in a reader’s hands and become a part of the digital universe that surrounds us. In The Future of the Book, 13 writers, including 12 Yeshiva University faculty members, take on the challenge of investigating the effects of this transformation on how we learn, how we think, how we create and how we believe.

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Power, Politics, and Leading a Nation

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As Americans prepare to vote in the midterm elections, Yeshiva University faculty offer their insights into the questions, themes, and history that inform how we think about the dynamics of politics, peoplehood, law, and authority. We hope you enjoy this issue of YU Ideas examining “Power, Politics, and Leading a Nation.”

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Reinventing the Self

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Podcast:
Deb Akerman (Wurzweiler School of Social Work), Alex Reinert (Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law), and Dr. Daniel Rynhold (Bernard Revel Graduate School of Jewish Studies) discuss reinventing the self from the perspective of addiction therapy, prison reform, and the Jewish concept of repentance.

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Israel at 70

Israel at 70

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Join leading educators Dr. Rona Novick, dean of the Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education & Administration; Mrs. CB Neugroschl, head of school at Samuel H. Wang Yeshiva University High School for Girls; and Rabbi Josh Kahn, head of school at Marsha Stern Talmudical Academy/Yeshiva University High School For Boys, for an insightful and passionate podcast discussion. 

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About YU Ideas

Welcome to YU Ideas, an initiative hosted by the Office of the Provost of Yeshiva University.

At Yeshiva University, we believe that our Judaic voice can impact the global conversation. YU Ideas brings the Yeshiva University community’s vast interdisciplinary resources to bear on important topics relating to one of four themes of central significance to human society: Education, the Marketplace, Leadership, and Values in the world of tomorrow.

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