Pamela Nadell (Farber)

You're the sunshine after the storm

A veteran twirler with two seasons of kick lines and Miss Overath behind her...the "Miss Pamela Nadell Awards" of Mr. Hill's A.P. Class will long be remembered...when everything's moving and there's not a moment to spare, those blue eyes light up..."I'm so happy!"

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Pamela Nadell (Farber)


pnadell@american.edu

Pamela S. Nadell is the Patrick Clendenen Professor of History and Director of the Jewish Studies Program at American University and was AU's 2007-08 Scholar/Teacher of the year. She holds a doctorate in history from Ohio State University, a B.A. from Douglass College, and studied at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. She is the author, co-author, or editor of five books. Her book, Women Who Would Be Rabbis: A History of Women's Ordination, 1889-1985 (Beacon Press, 1998), was a finalist for the National Jewish Book Award and a main selection of the Jewish Book Club. Prof. Nadell chaired the Academic Council of the American Jewish Historical Society, is book review editor of the journal American Jewish History, and is a member of many academic advisory boards. She was deeply involved in the array of activities celebrating the 350th anniversary of Jewish life in America, and presented more than forty public lectures marking that event. Her consulting work for museums includes the Library of Congress and the new National Museum of American Jewish History. She is married to clinical psychologist Edward Farber. They have two children.




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