Resources – Vol 5, Issue 6

614 eZine Resources

BELOW IS A SAMPLING OF RESOURCES THAT PROVIDE MORE INFORMATION ON FINDING YOUR JEWISH ROOTS.

Articles

Fighting Terrorism with a Plane Ticketby Rachel Cohen (614, volume 3, issue 3)
A Jewish college student must decide whether to travel abroad as anti-Semitic acts are on the rise.

Books

National Geographic Jewish Heritage Travel: A Guide to Eastern Europe by Ruth Ellen Gruber (National Geographic, 2007). Jewish Heritage Travel explores the geography, culture, religions, architecture, and thousands of years of rich history throughout eastern Europe.

Israel: A Spiritual Travel Guide: A Companion For The Modern Jewish Pilgrim by Lawrence A. Hoffman (Jewish Lights Publishing, 2005). For modern Jews making a pilgrimage to the Holy Land, Hoffman provides a travel guide intended to prepare them for the spiritual as well as the physical dimension of their travels.

Boston: A Jewish Travel Guide by Betsy Sheldon (Hunter Publishing, 2010). More than a listing of Jewish sights and resources, it is a concise, easy-to-use handbook for those who want to experience the best in Jewish sightseeing and travel in Boston and its surroundings.

CD/Audio

Funky Jewish Sounds from Around the World by the Shtetl Superstars (Trikondt, 2006). Enjoy this CD compilation of punk and surf rock, ska and reggae, hiphop and drum ‘n’ bass, with each of the musician’s providing soundsfrom their own culture. http://www.amazon.com/Funky-Jewish-Sounds-Around-World/dp/3898983544

Celebrate Hip Hop: Jewish Artists from Around the World by various artists (Craig ‘n Co, 2004). This cutting edge CD brings together Jewish Hip-Hop artists from the four corners of the world. They speak the language of the next generation.

Disclaimer:

At the time of publication, all of these links work. We apologize if they stop working in the future. Sometimes links “go dead,” and there is nothing we can technically do about it.

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