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Prof. Mark A. Raider

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Professor of Modern Jewish Histor...

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University of Cincinnati
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American Jewish Historical Society, 24 July 2014 [cached]
Mark A. Raider Professor of Modern Jewish History, University of Cincinnati Visiting Professor of American Jewish History, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion
Dr. Mark A. Raider is ..., 19 Sept 2012 [cached]
Dr. Mark A. Raider is Professor of Modern Jewish History in the Department of History at the University of Cincinnati. He is also a Research Associate in UC's Center for Studies in Jewish Education & Culture and a Visiting Professor of American Jewish History at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. He teaches courses on the American Jewish experience, modern Jewish history, and Zionist history. Professor Raider has served as the Project Director for the Posen Foundation Education Project and has been integral in the program's development and growth.
41st National Convention ROCKED! | NA'AMAT USA [cached]
Mark Raider, American Historian and Professor of Modern Jewish History at the University of Cincinnati, focused on the history of "American Jewish Women and the Zionist Enterprise. He is the co-author of the similarly titled book published in 2005.
MU JewsPaper - Hillel at Miami, 7 April 2008 [cached]
Dr. Mark Raider speaks about "Hayim Greenberg, Secular Thinker, Zionist Leader"
You are invited to hear guest speaker Mark Raider on Thursday, 4/10 at 12:30 p.m. in Irvin Hall 40 speak about Hayim Greenberg MARK A. RAIDER is Professor of Modern Jewish History and Head of the Department of Judaic Studies at the University of Cincinnati, where he holds The Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati Endowed Chair in Judaic Studies. Dr. Raider serves as Co-Director of the University's Center for Studies in Jewish Education and Culture and is an Affiliate Faculty Member in the Department of History. He is also Visiting Professor of American Jewish History at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.
David S. Wyman Institute for Holocaust Studies: Welcome [cached]
The first speaker on the panel was Prof. Mark Raider, chairman of Judaic Studies at the University at Albany (SUNY). He described Wise as "cautious and ineffective" in response to "the disgracefully slow response of the Allies" to the Nazi persecution of European Jewry.
Prof. Raider said that in his younger days, Wise was known as a maverick, for embracing Zionism when most of his Reform colleagues were anti-Zionist and establishing his own synagogue so that he could speak his mind. But during the Holocaust years, Raider said, "Wise exchanged his maverick independence for the illusory promises of the Roosevelt administration."
Raider suggested that additional reasons for Wise's ineffective response to the Holocaust were his declining health and his involvement in a wide range of organizations and causes, which took up much of Wise's time and energy.
Raider was followed by Dr. Zohar Segev of Haifa University, who surveyed the record of Wise and Nahum Goldmann as co-chairs of the World Jewish Congress.
Prof. Raider remarked that "while every life is precious, and saving even one life is like saving an entire world," given the scope of the Nazi genocide, the achievements of those who promoted rescue must be regarded as comparatively minor.
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