Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Note The JTSA. Jewish Museum Records come from the files of the Jewish Theological Seminary, thus they document JTS's role in the administration of the museum while the museum was physically located at JTS, and for a period afterward. The first set of administrative records, those dating from 1943 to 1946 (Series I), document the administration most thoroughly, since they were accumulated during the years that the museum was located at JTS. After 1947, when the museum moved to the Warburg...
Dates: circa 1943-1980
Scope and Contents Note Records the Provost, 1974-2016, consist primarily of faculty files, as well as administrative files concerning the Joseph and Miriam Ratner Center for the Study of Conservative Judaism Archives, strategic planning, reports, and miscellaneous publications.Faculty files are arranged alphabetically. Materials in these files include course evaluations, tenure review and promotions, letters of recommendation, student evaluations, curriculum vitae, reimbursements, salary discussions,...
Scope and Contents Note The JTSA. Quarterly on Ethics (Proposed) Records document the planning for and editorial work on the proposed ethics quarterly, covering the years 1965 to 1970 and consist of: annotated drafts of articles with related correspondence, 1968-1970 (see the box list for a complete list of authors and article titles); Louis Finkelstein's correspondence, 1965-1970; and a group of administrative files, 1965-1969. Louis Finkelstein's correspondence is with Ann Ash, the person at the Seminary who...
Scope and Contents Note The JTSA Seminary Israel Institute Records, 1947-1969, consist of correspondence and memoranda; typescripts, outlines, and transcripts of Institute lectures; minutes; programs and invitations for Institute lectures, dinners, award ceremonies, and other events; lecture attendance registers; lists of invitees; press releases, circular letters, and other publicity material. This material documents the inauguration of the Institute in 1952 and its yearly administration,...
Scope and Contents Note The records of the Institute for Religious and Social Studies (IRSS), 1938-1972, consist principally of files documenting the administration of each yearly program. Also included are administrative files and meeting files from the Institute on Ethics; administrative files and meeting files of the Transcultural Seminar on Tradition and Change; administrative files and lecturers' files of the Boston and Chicago branches of the IRSS, 1943-1952; lecturers' files from sessions of the IRSS held in...
Scope and Contents Note The JTSA. The Jews: Their History, Culture, and Religion Records document the conception, preparation, publication, and reception of the first three editions of The Jews, and consist of administrative files, ca. 1943-1961; drafts and proofs of chapters of the first through third editions; and responses to the 1946-1947 and 1957 questionnaires along with charts analyzing the responses.The administrative files...