THESE ARE SOME APPRECIATION LETTERS WE HAVE RECEIVED OVER THE YEARS
I would like to take this opportunity to express my appreciation for everything that Nitza and Robin have done – and continue to do – for the Anglo-Jewish Community. Their pioneering and innovative programmes were directly responsible for the flowering of adult Jewish learning in London.
I was always so inspired by your work. Having been involved in organizations all my life, I really felt for you both when I read about your separation from the institute and wanted just to take the opportunity to tell you so. You did a brilliant job-no other word for
Modern Jewish History in relation to Modern World History unfolds a fascinating yes terrifying story. This is a subject for the very young, for the not so young, for the jew and for the Gentile. For me, it was totally refreshing to be in an academic learning situation, once again
This course is perfectly designed to meet the very real need for a balanced and thorough understanding of our Jewish history and heritage. As a new student of this course I can vouch that like all good cures the benefits is felt after the very first dose-and happily the medicine
The course is extremely interesting and we are learning an enormous amount. I find that it puta into perspective a grate deal that I formerly only had glimmerings of. Since I have been on the course, I am able to teach Modern Jewish History to my primary school students in
For me, involved as I am in the Jewish community, it is the most exciting opening up of a subject, simply because I have previously lacked any historical background or real knowledge of Jewish life which is now beginning to fail into place. Having seen the enthusiasm developed among members
I enjoyed the course enormosly and it gave me an insight into both my own history as a Jew and also general history.
It has been a most rewarding experience to be associated with such a course especially since it is a fresh departure, and to see the quality and depth or work which it has drawn.
Although the themes of persecution and emigration, identification and integration, triumph over adversity in and enduring
The course in Modern Jewish History has attracted and increasing number of students in an increasing number of schools and I welcome the fact that the pupils come from all faith and none.
I must admit that I had one or two misgivings at first but the reality has banished any reservations. The courses have attracted similar numbers of Jewish and non-Jewish boys and they have found their per-conceptions challenged, and the subject treated in a through, academic and sensitive fashion.