Tag Archives: Jewish Publication Society

We Received a Beautiful Blogger Award!

Posted by Naomi Firestone-Teeter
The Jewish Book Council blog just received a Beautiful Blogger Award from our friends over at the Jewish Publication Society (thanks, guys!). Continue reading here.

PW on the new CEO of JPS, Barry Schwartz

Posted by Naomi Firestone-Teeter

Publisher’s Weekly
reports on the Jewish Publication Society’s new CEO, Barry Schwartz…continue reading here.

The Tower of Babel and Crisis of Translation

In her last posts, Ellen Frankel looked at how to make the Bible PG and looked at “What is Jewish Literature?”. She has been guest-blogging all week for MyJewishLearning and JBC.
In this week’s parshah, Noah, we read about the Tower of Babel, constructed at a time when “everyone on earth had the same language and the same words” (Gen. 11:1).  Continue reading here.

Jewish Book Search!

Posted by Naomi Firestone

Another fine JPS creation…the Jewish Book Search tool:

Jewish Book Search

We have put together a list of the highest quality websites with Jewish Book content. This search engine queries those sites and those alone. This will allow you to be sure that your search will only be related to Jewish Books. No more sifting through tons of content for what you are looking for. Search for any and all Jewish Books, articles about Jewish Books, blogs about Jewish Books, and anything about the Jewish Book world. Search by title, author, keyword, or area of interest!

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We’ve add the Jewish Book Search tool to our own website and it can be found under the Resources section.

A new (very cool) Jewish book blog, the Jewish Book Search tool, The Tagged Tanakh…keep those great ideas coming JPS!

Maggie Anton Shares Her Top 10 Books About Jewish Women

Posted by Naomi Firestone

Naomi at the Jewish Publication Society just started a new series on the JPS Blog, where she asks JPS authors to recommend a list of ten books related to the subject matter they’ve written about themselves. Continue reading here.