The AJS is pleased to offer the following essays that emerged from pedagogy sessions at our annual conferences. They offer hands-on teaching advice to instructors of Jewish Studies. If you have presented a pedagogy-related paper which you would like to share with other instructors, please get in touch with Ari Ariel (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Shira Klein (email@example.com).
Teaching Jewish Studies in the Framework of Latin American Studies: Questions of
Mediality Conference: 2014 Session: Teaching Jewish Studies in the Framework of Latin American Studies Author: Naomi Lindstrom
Expanding the Jewish Studies Classroom: Citizenship, Vulnerability, and the Trinity Conference: 2013 Session: Attracting Students to the Jewish Studies Classroom: Reports from the Field Author: Elias Sacks
Jewish Immigration to Latin America at the Turn of the Nineteenth Century Conference: 2012 Session: How to Integrate the Jewish Experience in Latin America into Jewish Studies Courses Author: Adriana Huberman
Insiders and Outsiders in Jewish Studies Conference:2009
Session: Teaching the Survey Course: The Pedagogy of Including Meaningful Jewish Subject Matter in Survey Courses Outside the Jewish Studies Department Author: Hasia Diner