Rabbi Miles B. Cohen was ordained by the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in 1974. For over twenty years, he worked in curriculum development at the Melton Research Center at JTS, and for many years he taught students preparing to be rabbis, cantors, educators, and lay leaders. He is a recognized authority on aspects of the biblical Masorah and has published and delivered academic papers on those subjects. He lectures and conducts workshops on topics related to synagogue practice. Rabbi Cohen has created guides and interactive software for learning to read Torah, haftarah, and megillot, as well as guides for nusaḥ skills and Hebrew grammar. He is co-author of the Luaḥ Hashanah, an annual guide to ritual practice in the home and synagogue.
Leslie Rubin is a professional editor, specializing in Jewish studies, who has edited and indexed numerous books on technical and academic subjects. In addition, she develops educational and training materials, with an emphasis on usability and concision. She is co-author of the Luaḥ Hashanah, an annual guide to ritual practice in the home and synagogue.
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