Jack Flamholz Memorial Yom Iyun: Mushrooms and Lullabies: The Public/Private Divide in Rabbinic Sources
Sarah Zager / November 12, 2017
Jack Flamholz was a born and bred Brooklyn boy, an avid learner, and a true Renaissance Man. He had a strong interest in Jewish American history which inspired Drisha and the Luchfeld- Flamholz family to organize a Yom Iyun in his memory.
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Sarah Zager is a doctoral candidate in Religious Studies and Philosophy at Yale University, where her research focuses on the influence of Judaism and Christianity on moral philosophy. Originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico, Sarah earned an MA in Religion from the University of Chicago Divinity School and a BA from Williams College. She was awarded the Leo Baeck Fellowship for the study of German Jewry, and was a David Hartman Center Fellow at the Shalom Hartman Institute of North America. She has also learned at Yeshivat Hadar. She has written for The Lehrhaus, JewSchool, The Journal of Jewish Ethics, and Nashim.