Jewish-American Literature: Old World and New Professor Judith Ruderman talks about her upcoming course on Jewish-American literature. She emphasizes immigration and acculturation as markers of assimilation into American culture, and takes a fresh look at modern-day Jewish-American writers.
June 21, 2013 - Duke University
Angela Merkel in FOX News Our long-term goal can only be the assimilation of worldwide per capita emissions,Merkel told the conference.
Rowan Williams in International Herald Tribune Whatever the popular perception, the options before us are not irreparable schism or forced assimilation,Williams said. "It is not an option to hope that we can somehow just carry on as we always have."