CLAL on Culture Archive

Here you will find a backlist of CLAL on Culture articles. Just click and go!

Hasia Diner, Food and Cultural Change (2-21-03)

David Kraemer, Our Technologies, Our Selves (2-14-03)

Joshua Halberstam, A Celebration Of Uncertainty: The Future of Technological Education (12-19-02)

David Kraemer, The Anthropology of the Cell Phone (11-21-02)

Daniel Brenner, Remembering Poland: A Documentary Film on Luboml Poses New Questions (10-24-02)

Beth Rubin, Educational Reform in the Daily Lives of Students (10-11-02)

Robert Rabinowitz, Going Beneath the Surface of Today’s Corporate Scandals (9-27-02)

David Kraemer, Viruses and the Evil Urge (7-3-02)

David Kraemer, Man Against Machine: Human Nature and the Limits of the High Tech Revolution (5-15-02)

Janet Kirchheimer, Poems for Yom Hashoah (4-10-02)

Tsvi Blanchard, Justice, Cultural Pluralism and the Courts (3-14-02)

David Kraemer, Family and Family Values: Mutable or Immutable? (1-18-02)

Tsvi Blanchard, Harry Potter and the American Philosopher’s Stone (12-21-01)

Brad Hirschfield, Jewish American Playmate: Is a Nude Jewish Centerfold Really a Watershed for American Judaism? -interview/reprint (12-12-01)

Libby Garland, Only Knowing People Intimately Tells You Who They Are --
An Interview with Amy Bloom

Steve Greenberg, The Way to Open Conversation (11-21-01)

Steve Greenberg, A House of Prayer for All Peoples (11-9-01)

Robert Rabinowitz, Will the Real Elianna Please Come Forward? (10-24-01)

Andrew Silow-Carroll, Orthodoxy's Whisky Rebellion

Vanessa Ochs, You are What You Hang

Rachel Sabath, Party Like its 5760: Jewish Thoughts on the Millennium

Daniel Brenner, Will Anything Be Sacred in a Digital Age?

David Nelson, The Holiday Formerly Known Halloween

Robert Rabinowitz, The In-Flight Holocaust Flick

Jennifer Krause, Luck be a Dreidel Tonight

Brad Hirshfield, It's in the Cards

Vanessa Ochs, Jewish Life Along the Oregon Trail

Andrew Silow-Carroll, The Choices of a New Generation

David Kraemer, Writing and the Web: Is Anybody Out There?

Daniel Silberman Brenner, The Day I Cut Off My Sons' Foreskins

Michael Gottsegen, Looking for a Piece of the Action

Robert Rabinowitz, Profits and Prophecy: The Rise of a New Priesthood

David Nelson, A Hamantaschen By Any Other Name: Purim and the Healing Power of Laughter

Irwin Kula, A Technology of Spirituality: Rabbi Irwin Kula and the TED Conference

Andrew Silow-Carroll, There's Something About Harry

David Nelson, Shave and Get a Haircut. Says Who? Getting to the Roots of an Interesting Restriction

Daniel Brenner, The Bomb: Black-Jewish Relations and Generation X

Andrew Silow-Carroll, Checklist Judaism, Feckless Journalism: There Must be a Better Way to Probe a Person's Jewishness

Tsvi Blanchard, Crossing the Great Divide Between Spirit and Corporate Culture

Andrew Silow-Carroll, Got God?

Daniel Brenner, Why Jews Drive Big Cars

Shari Cohen, The Boundary of the Twentieth Century: A Comment on Istvan Szabo's Sunshine

David Nelson, Noodle Kugel and the Olympics

Libby Garland, Weddings - A Custom of Our People

David Kraemer, Technology, Genius, and Dirt

Robert Rabinowitz, Amish, English. Jewish, Goyish.

Jennifer Krause, Sunday, the Rabbi Got Real

Vanessa Ochs, Among the Christmas People

Steve Greenberg, A New York Story

Michael Gottsegen, Vote No on Bill 602P

Robert Rabinowitz, Roadside Shrines, George W. Bush and the Transformation of Church-State Relations

Jennifer E. Krause, The “X” Files:Questioning the Culture of Crisis

Janet Kirchheimer, Make Your Selection Please

Libby Garland, Art, Performance and the Sacred: A Curriculum for the Senses

Tsvi Blanchard, Blues in the Night - A Story About Cultural Transmission

Walter Ruby, The Unbearable Heaviness of Jewish Self-Hatred

Steve Greenberg, Same-Sex Civil Marriage

Daniel Brenner, The Myth of Jewish Identity

Tsvi Blanchard, Texas Justice, Vengeance and the Mark of Cain

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