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Strangers in a Strange Land: Immigrants and Refugees in the Book of Genesis



Tsvi Blanchard / June 30, 2016

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What can we learn about immigrants and refugees from the experiences of the founding generations living in places that were not their own? We will study both the Biblical text and medieval and classic rabbinic commentaries.

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Part 1 - 01/26/2016

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Part 2 - 02/02/2016

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Part 3 - 02/09/2016

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Part 4 - 02/16/2020

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Part 5 - 02/23/2016

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Part 6 - 03/01/2016

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Part 7 - 03/08/2016

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Part 8 - 03/15/2016

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Part 9 - 03/29/2016

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Part 10 - 04/05/2016

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Part 11 - 04/12/2016

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Tsvi Blanchard

Tsvi Blanchard is the Meyer Struckmann Professor of Jewish Law at Humboldt University Faculty of Law in Berlin as well as scholar-in-residence at the Institute for Law, Religion and Lawyer’s Work at Fordham Law School. In addition to being an ordained Orthodox rabbi, he holds PhDs in Philosophy and Clinical Psychology. He has taught philosophy and Jewish studies at Washington, Northwestern and Loyola Universities as well as at Drisha Institute and has had a private practice in psychotherapy. In addition to his articles on Jewish law, his publications include the 2002 Riesman award winning “How to Think About Being Jewish in the Twenty-First Century: a New Model of Jewish Identity Construction,” a book that he co-authored, entitled Embracing Life, Facing Death: a Jewish Guide to Palliative Care, and non-academic writings on a variety of Jewish topics.


 

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