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    • PRISM ; Fall 2009 (1) 

      Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education & Administration, / (New York, NY: Yeshiva University. Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration., 2009)
      "Students confront the Holocaust"
    • PRISM ; Spring 2010 (2) 

      Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education & Administration, / (New York, NY: Yeshiva University. Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration., 2010)
      Looks at bystander behavior.
    • PRISM ; Spring 2011 (3) 

      Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education & Administration, / (New York, NY: Yeshiva University. Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration., 2011)
      Examines relationships among family members during the Holocaust and in its aftermath.
    • PRISM ; Spring 2012 (4) 

      Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education & Administration, / (New York, NY: Yeshiva University. Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration., 2012)
      The Holocaust and Heroism: Examines the various ways in which Jews acted in response to the slow and systematic humiliation, separation, exclusion, deprivation, ghettoization, internment, slave labor, and, ultimately, ...
    • PRISM ; Spring 2013 (5) 

      Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education & Administration, / (New York, NY: Yeshiva University. Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration., 2013)
      Our 2013 issue explores the Kindertransport and other attempts at large-scale rescue of Jewish children. Among the unique and classroom-ready pieces within are a Readers' Theater piece on the Kindertransport, along with ...
    • PRISM ; Spring 2014 (6). 

      Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education & Administration (New York, NY: Yeshiva University. Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration., 2014)
      Here we present our first unthemed issue. It offers, as usual, historical research, pedagogy, literature, poetry, documentary photographs, and paintings—but on a variety of topics and themes that illustrate the particular ...
    • Prism ; Spring 2015 (7). 

      Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education & Administration, / (New York, NY: Yeshiva University. Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration., 2015)
      Child Survivors: Experiences During and After The Holocaust: In our 7th issue, we proudly feature the Viennese-based institute Centropa, the Central Europe Center for Research and Documentation, “where Jewish history has ...
    • PRISM ; Spring 2018 (10) 

      Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education & Administration, / (New York, NY: Yeshiva University. Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration., 2018)
      Welcome to our 10th-anniversary issue! We take this opportunity to thank our thousands of readers in over 40 countries and in every American state, especially those who graciously take the time to write appreciative notes ...
    • PRISM ; Spring 2019 (11) 

      Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education & Administration, / (New York, NY: Yeshiva University. Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration., 2019)
      This issue, our 11th, offers history, art, an interview with the renowned Israel Gutman, and works from survivors, children of survivors, artists, photographers, and poets who have a personal story to tell, who captured ...
    • PRISM. Spring 2016 (8) 

      Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education & Administration, / (New York, NY: Yeshiva University. Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration., 2016)
      Portraits: Individual Jews and Their Lives Before, During, and After the Holocaust: Though the Holocaust is taught as a progression of events spanning 12 years, the Jews in its grip lived it as a sequence of moments. ...
    • PRISM. Spring 2017 (9) 

      Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education & Administration, / (New York, NY: Yeshiva University. Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration., 2017)
      The theme of this 9th issue is the end of innocence. We explore moments of knowing: When and how did Americans learn about the events in Europe? What happened when the Holocaust, or any particular aspect of it, became known ...