AJL Helps Jewish Publication Society Celebrate
Association of Jewish Libraries' Vice President of Publications
, Deborah Stern, attended a celebration marking Jewish Publication Society's
(JPS) 120th birthday.
Here is what Deborah Stern, librarian at Mordecai M. Kaplan Memorial Library of Reconstructionist Rabbinical College
, said about the event:
"Founded in 1888, The Jewish Publication Society is the oldest nonprofit, nondenominational publisher of Jewish works in English, especially well known for its English translation of the Hebrew Bible, regarded worldwide as the authoritative Jewish translation. Its publications aim to make the rich Jewish literary legacy accessible to all and run the gamut from collaborative, scholarly projects to books for youngsters to enjoy.
Recognizing that the goals of JPS and of AJL have so much in common, the organizations joined forces last year to help readers find the best Jewish resources available among JPS’ own books and those published by others. A link was placed on the JPS home page to a site displaying samples from some of AJL’s annotated bibliographies: http://www.jewishpub.org/about/bibliographies.php
This year AJL is pleased to be able to salute JPS on its 120th birthday by being an official sponsor of its birthday celebration. We look forward to continued collaboration with them in our joint efforts to bring Jewish literacy to everyone interested in learning more about the Jewish heritage. L’chaim!"
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