Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Sources on Judaism
find this site invaluable. It includes primary sources, newspaper articles, artifacts, images, maps, videos, bibliographies, secondary sources and websites. The secondary sources are great. Lawrence H. Schiffman, a professor and writer, wrote most of the secondary material, which is all organized chronologically by time period. Each time period has a short overview, a section on historical background, and usually one on literature and culture. The readings are short enough to copy and use in class for either homework reading assignments or for jigsaw reading.
By George Coe - February 06, 2013
George Mason University's Center for History and News Media has some great resources on the role of women in Islam. Two lessons inc...