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C
o n tr ibu to r s
and
E
d itors
2 1 9
M
ary
N.
K
iev
,
late librarian, Temple Emanu-El, New York.
D
r
. I
srael
K
nox
,
associate professor of philosophy, New York
University; author of
The Aesthetic Theories of Kant, Hegel,
and Schopenhauer
and
Rabbi in America: The Story of Isaac
Mayer Wise;
vice-president, Yiddish Pen Club.
A
rthur
L
e l yv e ld
,
rabbi, Fairmount Temple, Cleveland; formerly
national director, B ’nai B ’rith Hillel Foundations.
A. R.
M
a la ch i
,
historian and bibliographer; author of several
books in Hebrew and Yiddish.
Y
ud el
M
ark
,
consultant for Yiddish schools, Jewish Education
Committee of New York; editor,
Yiddishe Shprakh,
YIVO;
editor,
The Great Dictionary of the Yiddish Language
.
Dr.
I
saiah
R
abinov ich
,
literary critic; writer of short stories;
essayist; professor of Hebrew language and literature, College
of Jewish Studies, Chicago.
M
e l e c h
R
av itch
,
author of literary essays, including
Mein Lex-
sikon
(3 vols.) and
Lider fun Meine Lider;
recipient of the
LaMed Prize in 1955.
Dr.
N
oah
H.
R
osenbloom
,
D.H.L., Ph.D., associate professor,
Stern College, Yeshiva University; author of studies on
modern Jewish philosophy and Hebrew literature.
R
abb i
S
imon
S
chwarzfuchs
,
Ph.D., secretary general, Consistoire
de Paris; professor at Ecole Rabbinique; lecturer at Ecole
Pratique des Hautes Etudes.
D
r
. M
arvin
L.
S
e iger
,
assistant professor, speech and theatre,
Hunter College.
C
harles
S. S
p en c er
,
secretary, Anglo-Jewish Association; member,
Jewish Book Council in Great Britain; executive, Ben Uri
Art Gallery; member, International Association of Art Crit­
ics; contributor to Jewish and non-Jewish press on cultural
affairs.
D
r
. A . A
lan
S
t e in bach
,
author of eight books; honorary presi­
dent, Jewish Book Council of America; editor,
Jewish Book
Annual
and
In Jewish Bookland;
rabbi, Temple Ahavath
Sholom, Brooklyn,
N .
Y.
R
abb i
T
heodore
W
ien er
,
head cataloger, Klau Library, Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, Cincinnati.