Andrea Daniel

Collections Volunteer
Andrea Daniel, Collections Volunteer

Andrea Daniel, who works at the American Cancer Society in Oakland, California, began volunteering with the Judah L.

Gallery Selection

William M. Brinner (1924-2011)

Professor of Near Eastern Studies (UC Berkeley)
William M. Brinner (1924-2011)

A native of the San Francisco area, Professor Brinner studied at the University of California, Berkeley, where he taught Arabic and Islamic studies in the Department of Near Eastern Studies from 19

Ted Greenberg

Registrar (1977-1984)

Elayne Grossbard

Judaica Curator (Judah L. Magnes Museum, 2004-2009)

Elayne Grossbard received a Master’s degree in Art History and Certificate in Conservation from the N.Y.U.

Tova Gazit

Head Archivist (Western Jewish History Center) and Head Librarian (Blumenthal Library)

Tova Gazit was a member of the staff of the Judah L.

Shalom Sabar

Folklorist and Art Historian

Shalom Sabar is Professor of Jewish Art and Folklore at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Lehrhaus Judaica

Lehrhaus Judaica is a non-denominational Jewish studies adult school offering courses to the general public. Its faculty is made up of local university professors, advanced Ph.D.

Fred Rosenbaum

Historian

Fred Rosenbaum, an award-winning author, teacher, and educator, is the Founding Director of Links