5772 Book List

CAN115 Intro to Modes – Cantor Murray Simon
Required Textbook:
The Sound of Sacred Time: A Basic Music Theory Textbook to Teach the Jewish Prayer Modes by Cantor Andrew Bernard. Published by the author and available only through him at CantorB@carolina.rr.com: 704-366-1948, ext. 107.

CAN426 Advanced Nusah – Cantor Lisa Klinger-Kantor
Siddurim:
a. Sim Shalom (for Shabbat & Festivals) old, new versions
b. Gates of Prayer (Shabbat & Weekdays) & 1975 ed.
Music Books:
a. Shabbat Zamru Lo, new edition.
b. The Sol Zim Shabbat Anthology (Musical Siddur)
Tape / minidisk / or other recorder.

CAN426 Advanced Nusah Shabbat II – Shacharit & Musaf – Zim
Siddurim & Musical Texts
a. The Sol Zim Shabbat Anthology (Musical Siddur)
b. Siddur Sim Shalom for Shabbat & Festivals (Rabbinical Assembly)
c. Siddur Sim Shalom for Shabbat, Festivals, Weekdays (Harlow)

CAN486 Contemporary Repertoire – Cantor Murray Simon
Required Books and Music
Sha-arey Tefillah: Gates of Prayer, Central Conference of American Rabbis, New York 1975
Mishkan T filah: A Reform Siddur, Central Conference of American Rabbis, New York 2007
Zamru Lo: The Next Generation. Congregational Melodies for Shabbat, Compiled and Edited by Cantor Jeffrey Shiovitz, Cantors Assembly, New York 2004
Gates of Song: Music for Shabbat, American Conference of Cantors, Transcontinental Music Publications, New York 1987
Suggested Books and Music
Shabbat Anthology Volume I, Transcontinental Music Publications, New York 2003
Shabbat Anthology Volume II, Transcontinental Music Publications, New York 2004

LIT 305Shabbat Liturgy – Rabbi Jeff Hoffman
Required Texts:
Rabbi Nosson Scherman, Rabbi Meir Zlotowitz, eds., The Complete Artscroll Siddur. Students are required to bring this Siddur to each session. This will serve as the  œtextbook  for the course. Additionally, students will need Lawrence A. Hoffman, My People s Prayer Book: Vol. 8, Kabbalat Shabbat.

PHI460 Comparative Religion for Jewish Religious Leaders – Rabbi Jill Hammer
Required Texts:
Oxtoby and Segal, A Concise Introduction to World Religions
Robert VanVoorst, Anthology of World Scriptures
Richard Harries, Timothy Winter, and Norman Solomon, Abraham’s Children: Jews, Christians, and Muslims in Conversation
Yitz Greenberg, For the Sake of Heaven and Earth: The New Encounter between Judaism and Christianity

Other Texts You May Wish to Own:
Steven Huyler, Meeting God: Elements of Hindu Devotion Reza Aslan, No God but God: The History, Evolution, and Future of Islam
Thich Nhat Hanh, Peace is Every Step: The Path to Mindfulness in Everyday Life
Joan Halifax, Shamanic Voices
Starhawk, The Spiral Dance: A Rebirth of the Ancient Religion of the Great Goddess

All texts, both required and optional, will be on reserve in the library or available for photocopying in my office. There will be a course packet for other texts we use in the course.

PRO336 Guitar – Stanley Dorn
Required texts:
Classic Guitar Technique, Vol.1, by Aaron Shearer; (to be purchased by students)
Bluegrass Picture Chords and How to Use Them, by Happy Traum (out of print, supplied by instructor);
Additional materials supplied by instructor.

PRO700 FWSS – Rabbi David Schuck
Recommended Reading:
H. Frederick Sweitzer & Mary A. King, The Successful Internship: Personal, Professional, and Civic Development, 3rd Edition, Brooks/Cole, Cenage Learning, Belmont, CA 2009
Jack Bloom, The Rabbi As Symbolic Exemplar, The Haworth Press, NY 2002.
Terry Bookman and William Kahn, This House We Build: Lessons for Healthy Synagogues and the People Who Dwell There, The Alban Institute, Herndon, Virginia, 2007.
Roger Fisher and Ury, Getting to Yes, Penguin Books, NY, 1991.
Edwin H. Friedman, Generation to Generation: Family Process in Church and Synagogue, The Guilford Press, NY, 1985.

RAB110 Introduction to Midrash – Rabbi Jill Hammer
Required texts: The Tanakh, and a source packet.

LIT 305 Shabbat Liturgy – Rabbi Jeff Hoffman
Required Texts:
Rabbi Nosson Scherman, Rabbi Meir Zlotowitz, eds., The Complete Artscroll Siddur. Students are required to bring this Siddur to each session.
Lawrence A. Hoffman, My People s Prayer Book: Vol. 8, Kabbalat Shabbat.