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Anthropological archaeologist Haskel Greenfield reaches career pinnacle with distinguished professor recognition

By MYRON LOVE Haskel Greenfield, Professor of Anthropol-ogy and Archaeology at the University of Manitoba and co-director (with his wife, Professor Tina Green-field) of the university’s Near Eastern and Biblical Archaeology Lab, has achieved a career pinnacle. He has been recognized as one of the university’s “Distinguished Professors”.

Much-in-demand educator – and former Winnipegger – Jason Marantz, delivers illuminating talk at Limmud on Jewish education

Earlier this year I previewed Jason Marantz’s upcoming talks at this year’s Limmud, held March 14 and 15 at the Gray Academy.
In my article then I noted that “Jason has fashioned quite a career as an educator. He has been Headteacher (principal) at a London Jewish primary school and is currently Chief Executive of the London School of Jewish Studies.”

“The Illegal Curve”: How five Jewish guys created one of Winnipeg’s most popular radio sports shows

You have to hand it to the organizers of Limmud: They don’t limit the kinds of sessions to what would ordinarily be considered “Jewish” subjects, per se. If you’re a Jew – or maybe you just like Jews, or perhaps you just like Jewish food, then you’re sure to enjoy something at Limmud – and maybe, just maybe, you’ll be given a time slot at Limmud to boot.