On its surface, Hebrew might seem to be irrelevant to the American experience. Despite America’s status as a beacon to immigrants from all parts of the world, the nation was born and persists in the English language. Even recent efforts towards bilingualism focus naturally on Spanish, the language of the country’s largest contemporary immigrant population. Hebrew would seem to be peripheral to the idea of America.
https://steinhardtfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/spring_2011-200x259.jpg 259 200 ignaciorST ignaciorST2011-04-09 23:11:082019-02-03 16:27:25Contact Spring 2011