He was the first Chinese scholar to introduce modern Hebrew literature to Chinese readers and has introduced .
He was the first Chinese scholar to introduce modern Hebrew literature to Chinese readers and has introduced over 50 Israeli poets and writers to the Chinese public in the 1990s. He is also a translator of many books that were published in English. The American Jew, 1585-1990: A History, by Jacob Rader Marcus (Shanghai People's Publishing House, 2004). Israel 2000 Years: A History of People and Place, ed. by David Arnon (Shandong Picture Publishing House, 2003). His book, A History of Western Culture, was named as National Planned Textbook in 2006 for Chinese colleges. Xu has won five titles of Excellent Teacher Award from Nanjing University since 1994.
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Jacob Rader Marcus (March 5, 1896 –14 November 1995) was a scholar of Jewish history and a Reform rabbi. Born in Connellsville, Pennsylvania, United States into a traditional Jewish family and raised in Homestead, Pennsylvania, Marcus became interested in Reform Judaism at the age of 15. At that time, he travelled to Hebrew Union College (HUC), in Cincinnati, Ohio, to begin his rabbinical training.
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The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives Contents. Cincinnati: Union of American Hebrew Congregations, 1938. Communal Sick-Care in the German Ghetto. Cincinnati: The Hebrew Union College Press, 1947. "Jacob Rader Marcus Papers". Retrieved 3 October 2013.
By Jacob Rader Marcus. American Judaism is now observing its three hundredth anniversary. In commemoration of the event, the American Jewish Archives has prepared this collection of memoirs. Memoirs of American Jews, 1775-1865. The nature and significance of the autobiographies and memoirs are explained in the detailed Introduction which follows.
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Author: Jacob Rader Marcus
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Publisher: Carlson Pub; First Printing edition (September 1, 1995)
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