Marshall sklare: In memory
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The work of Marshall Sklare, founding father of American Jewish sociology, teaches us three lessons: to value the importance of studying history; to value the power of creative insights more than mere number crunching; and to value taking intellectual risks.
KeywordsJewish Identity Contemporary JEWRY Founding Father Jewish History Jewish Study
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