Volume 17, 2012-2013 : Formal and Informal Jewish Education: Lessons and Challenges in Israel and in the Diaspora

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Volume 17, 2012-2013 : Formal and Informal Jewish Education:
Lessons and Challenges in Israel and in the Diaspora
Jewish Education and Jewish Continuity:
Lessons and Challenges
 
Editor, Sociological Papers 

Foreword by series editor 

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:About the author

Larissa Remennick

 
Larissa Remennick was born and educated in Moscow, Russia (Ph.D. from the Institute of Sociology, 1988) and immigrated to Israel in 1991. She joined Bar-Ilan faculty in 1994 and is currently professor at the Department of Sociology and Anthropology. She is also Director of Sociological Institute for the Study of Jewish Communities and Editor of Sociological Papers series published by the Institute. Among other subjects, she studied extensively the immigration and acculturation experiences of post-Soviet Jewry in Israel and in the West. Prof. Remennick has authored over 70 articles and three books in English (as well as three books in her native Russian), multiple book chapters and encyclopedia entries. Her book Russian Jews on Three Continents: Identity, Integration, and Conflict (Transaction, 2007, paperback 2012) became a popular reference in sociology of immigration and in Jewish studies.