TITLE: Arnold Resnicoff on Faith and Foxholes: Religion in the Military
SPEAKER: Arnold Resnicoff
EVENT DATE: 2010/05/06
RUNNING TIME: 58 minutes
In Celebration of Jewish American Heritage Month 2010, the Hebraic Section, African and Middle Eastern Division, the Veterans History Project, and the American Folklife Center presented a talk by Rabbi Arnold E. Resnicoff on his experiences as a chaplain in the military.
Speaker Biography: Rabbi Arnold E. Resnicoff is an American Conservative rabbi, a decorated retired military officer and military chaplain, and a consultant on leadership, values, and interreligious affairs to military and civilian leaders. Resnicoff holds a Bachelor's degree from Dartmouth College; Masters degrees from The Jewish Theological Seminary of America (Rabbinics), Salve Regina University (International Relations), and the Naval War College (Strategic Studies and National Security Affairs); and a doctorate (honoris causa), in addition to rabbinic ordination, from the Jewish Theological Seminary of America (Rabbinic Studies).