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Shapiro argues that the interdiscursive relationships between Jewish studies and education are in need of further philosophical articulation and conceptual differentiation in order to realize more beneficial engagement in higher education, professional education, and scholarship. He first considers the literature on interdisciplinarity and explain why he suggests the potentially more fruitful concept of interdiscursivity. Then, drawing on the philosophies of Dewey, Buchler, and Oakeshott, he suggests how their conceptions might inform the purposes and practices of relating education and Jewish studies with one another. Through this philosophical inquiry, I hope to suggest some beneficial, new ways to conceptualize, articulate, refine, and expand these fields and discourses’ relationships.
Updated: Jun. 25, 2013
Yeshiva University – Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration has published the second issue of Prism: An Interdisciplinary Journal for Holocaust Educators, dealing with the complex story of those who remained bystanders during the Holocaust.
Updated: Apr. 28, 2010