JHS

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AcronymDefinition
JHSJunior High School
JHSJournal of Historical Studies (various organizations)
JHSJapan Hotel School
JHSJefferson High School
JHSJacksonville High School (Jacksonville, Alabama)
JHSJackson High School
JHSJournal of Hellenic Studies
JHSJesuit High School (various locations)
JHSJordan High School (Durham, NC, USA)
JHSJacksonville Humane Society (Jacksonville, FL)
JHSJordan High School (Sandy, Utah)
JHSJohnstown High School (New York)
JHSJefferson Health System (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
JHSJasper High School (Plano, Texas)
JHSJesus Hominum Salvator (Latin: Jesus Savior of Mankind)
JHSJenks High School
JHSJewish and Holocaust Studies (various locations)
JHSJournal of Hebrew Scriptures
JHSJenison High School (Michigan)
JHSJapan Hobby Show (conference)
JHSJulian H. Steward (anthropologist)
JHSJunction High School (Texas)
JHSJackson Healthcare Solutions (Alpharetta, GA)
JHSJacksboro High School (Texas)
JHSJoint Honours Scheme (University of Derby; UK)
JHSJapan Headache Society
JHSJuniata High School (Mifflintown, Pennsylvania)
JHSJournal of Happiness Studies
JHSJuberg-Hayward Syndrome
JHSJenkintown High School (Jenkintown, Pennsylvania)
JHSJulkishallinnon Suositus (Finnish: Public Recommendation)
JHSJohnson Hall of Science (St. Lawrence University; New York)
JHSJava Hot Spot (Sun)
JHSJob History System
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The issue of the representation of the Holocaust in art has become lately one of the most disputed and most researched topics in the field of Jewish and Holocaust studies. Melissa Raphael, a well-known professor of Jewish theology at the university of Goucestershire and author of several influential volumes (The Female Face of God in Auschwitz: A Jewish Feminist Theology of the Holocaust, New York: Routledge, 2003; Rudolf Otto and the Concept of Holiness, New York: Oxford University Press, 1997; Theology and Embodiment: The Post-Patriarchal Reconstruction of Female Sacrality, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1999), employs this issue as the cornerstone of the Jewish theology of art she attempts to formulate in her latest volume, Judaism and the Visual Image.
Jewish academics, once denied employment and status, and programs of Jewish and Holocaust studies, only coming into being within the last decades, rather than critically evaluating Jewish power and ideology, are in the vanguard of disciplining Jewish dissenters, preventing their employment and censoring speech on campuses across the nation.
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