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The World in a Classroom: Teaching and Learning With Moral Urgency – Ilana Blumberg in Conversation with Devora Steinmetz

The World in a Classroom: Teaching and Learning With Moral Urgency – Ilana Blumberg in Conversation with Devora Steinmetz

Sunday, November 18, 2018

6:00 pm

Sunday, November 18, 6:00 PM
Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun

Free of charge.

Dedicated in memory of Terry Satinover Fagen.

Join Ilana Blumberg and Devora Steinmetz as they discuss the ethical challenges and moral potential of education. Dr. Blumberg will share insights from her experience teaching in settings as varied as an early childhood classroom in a New York City day school, an inner-city public school in Detroit, and universities in the United States and Israel. Dr. Blumberg will also read excerpts from her new book, Open Your Hand: Teaching as Jew, Teaching as an American (Rutgers University Press, 2018).

Dr. Ilana M. Blumberg currently teaches at the Department of English, Bar Ilan University where she directs the Shaindy Rudoff Graduate Program in Creative Writing. She is the author of Victorian Sacrifice and Houses of Study: A Jewish Woman Among Books.

Dr. Devora Steinmetz serves on the faculty of Drisha in the United States and Israel as well as one the faculty of the Mandel Institute for Nonprofit Leadership. She is the founder of Beit Rabban, a Jewish day school profiled in Daniel Pekarsky’s Vision at Work: The Theory and Practice of Beit Rabban. She is the author of scholarly books and articles on Talmud, Midrash, and Bible.

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Price: $ 0.00

September 2018
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7:30 pm
The Stanley Rudoff Memorial High Holidays Lecture Series, Part I
The Stanley Rudoff Memorial High Holidays Lecture Series, Part I
Dr. Tammy Jacobowitz
Wednesday, September 5, 7:30 pm

“A Time to Tear and a Time to Mend: Re-Imagining Teshuvah in light of Rabbinic Narratives”

Price: $ 0.00

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6:30 pm
The Stanley Rudoff Memorial High Holidays Lecture Series, Part II
The Stanley Rudoff Memorial High Holidays Lecture Series, Part II
Rabbi Daniel Fridman
Sunday, September 16, 6:30 pm

“A Day of Expiation: The Essence of Yom Kippur Atones”

Located at Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun, 125 E 85th St, New York, NY.

Price: $ 0.00

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October 2018
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
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10:00 am
Entering the Land: The Book of Joshua
Entering the Land: The Book of Joshua
Rabbi David Silber
Sundays: 11 Sessions

In this class we will study the book of Joshua carefully from a literary perspective. Through this study, we will explore core biblical questions: what does it mean to be a disciple, and how can a student turn into a teacher? Can anyone replace Moses? Does Joshua fulfill the Torah’s commands about conquest of the land? What can this teach us about war and the possibility of peace?

Co-sponsored by: Shearith Israel / The Spanish & Portuguese Synagogue
2 West 70th Street

11 sessions:
October 7, 14, 21, 28
November 4, 11, 18
December 2, 9, 16, & 23

10:00am - 11:30am

Price: $ 275.00

7:00 pm
Drisha in Skokie–Judaism Before the Rabbis: Jewish Literature in the Greco-Roman World
Drisha in Skokie–Judaism Before the Rabbis: Jewish Literature in the Greco-Roman World
Dr. Malka Simkovich
Four Sundays in October: 7, 14, 21, 28, 7:00 PM

This course will explore the centuries which bridge the Israelite religion and the normative Judaism of the rabbis, a time when Jews living throughout the Greco-Roman world freely expressed their Jewish pride by integrating aspects of the Greco-Roman world in which they lived and thrived. By exploring Jewish novellas, apocalypses, biblical interpretations, and historical records, we will gain new insight into the lives of the earliest Jews, who wrote religious texts in Antioch, the “gateway to the east;” in Rome, the political capital of the Empire; in Alexandria, the cultural crown jewel of the Greco-Roman world; and in the foothills of the Judean desert.

In partnership with Skokie Valley Agudath Jacob Synagogue
Location: Skokie Valley, 8825 E Prairie Road, Skokie, IL (Chicagoland Area)

Click here for flyer

Suggested Donation: $60 for the series. Click here to make a donation.

Price: $ 0.00

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7:00 pm
Book Salon & Beit Midrash: As a Driven Leaf by Milton Steinberg
Book Salon & Beit Midrash: As a Driven Leaf by Milton Steinberg
Dr. Shai Secunda
Thursday, December 13, 7:00 PM

Location: A private residence on the Upper West Side, details provided upon registration

Thursday, December 13 , 7:00 PM – As a Driven Leaf by Milton Steinberg

First published in 1939, Milton Steinberg’s As a Driven Leaf is a modern Jewish classic that explores the story of the renegade Talmudic sage, Elisha ben Abuyah’s struggle to reconcile his faith with the allure of Hellenistic culture. Recently re-released, the story remains remarkably fresh, inviting thinking about faith and doubt, and what it means to be a Jew in the world today.

Click here for the flyer.

Click here for more information on the Book Salon & Beit Midrash series.

Price: $ 15.00

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10:00 am
Entering the Land: The Book of Joshua
Entering the Land: The Book of Joshua
Rabbi David Silber
Sundays: 11 Sessions

In this class we will study the book of Joshua carefully from a literary perspective. Through this study, we will explore core biblical questions: what does it mean to be a disciple, and how can a student turn into a teacher? Can anyone replace Moses? Does Joshua fulfill the Torah’s commands about conquest of the land? What can this teach us about war and the possibility of peace?

Co-sponsored by: Shearith Israel / The Spanish & Portuguese Synagogue
2 West 70th Street

11 sessions:
October 7, 14, 21, 28
November 4, 11, 18
December 2, 9, 16, & 23

10:00am - 11:30am

Price: $ 275.00

7:00 pm
Drisha in Skokie–Judaism Before the Rabbis: Jewish Literature in the Greco-Roman World
Drisha in Skokie–Judaism Before the Rabbis: Jewish Literature in the Greco-Roman World
Dr. Malka Simkovich
Four Sundays in October: 7, 14, 21, 28, 7:00 PM

This course will explore the centuries which bridge the Israelite religion and the normative Judaism of the rabbis, a time when Jews living throughout the Greco-Roman world freely expressed their Jewish pride by integrating aspects of the Greco-Roman world in which they lived and thrived. By exploring Jewish novellas, apocalypses, biblical interpretations, and historical records, we will gain new insight into the lives of the earliest Jews, who wrote religious texts in Antioch, the “gateway to the east;” in Rome, the political capital of the Empire; in Alexandria, the cultural crown jewel of the Greco-Roman world; and in the foothills of the Judean desert.

In partnership with Skokie Valley Agudath Jacob Synagogue
Location: Skokie Valley, 8825 E Prairie Road, Skokie, IL (Chicagoland Area)

Click here for flyer

Suggested Donation: $60 for the series. Click here to make a donation.

Price: $ 0.00

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10:00 am
Entering the Land: The Book of Joshua
Entering the Land: The Book of Joshua
Rabbi David Silber
Sundays: 11 Sessions

In this class we will study the book of Joshua carefully from a literary perspective. Through this study, we will explore core biblical questions: what does it mean to be a disciple, and how can a student turn into a teacher? Can anyone replace Moses? Does Joshua fulfill the Torah’s commands about conquest of the land? What can this teach us about war and the possibility of peace?

Co-sponsored by: Shearith Israel / The Spanish & Portuguese Synagogue
2 West 70th Street

11 sessions:
October 7, 14, 21, 28
November 4, 11, 18
December 2, 9, 16, & 23

10:00am - 11:30am

Price: $ 275.00

7:00 pm
Drisha in Skokie–Judaism Before the Rabbis: Jewish Literature in the Greco-Roman World
Drisha in Skokie–Judaism Before the Rabbis: Jewish Literature in the Greco-Roman World
Dr. Malka Simkovich
Four Sundays in October: 7, 14, 21, 28, 7:00 PM

This course will explore the centuries which bridge the Israelite religion and the normative Judaism of the rabbis, a time when Jews living throughout the Greco-Roman world freely expressed their Jewish pride by integrating aspects of the Greco-Roman world in which they lived and thrived. By exploring Jewish novellas, apocalypses, biblical interpretations, and historical records, we will gain new insight into the lives of the earliest Jews, who wrote religious texts in Antioch, the “gateway to the east;” in Rome, the political capital of the Empire; in Alexandria, the cultural crown jewel of the Greco-Roman world; and in the foothills of the Judean desert.

In partnership with Skokie Valley Agudath Jacob Synagogue
Location: Skokie Valley, 8825 E Prairie Road, Skokie, IL (Chicagoland Area)

Click here for flyer

Suggested Donation: $60 for the series. Click here to make a donation.

Price: $ 0.00

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7:30 pm
The Sefat Emet on the Torah
The Sefat Emet on the Torah

Location: Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun
The class will meet on Mondays October 22, 29; November 5, 12, 19, and 26.

5 Mondays: October 22, 29, November 5, 12, 19.

Price: $ 150.00

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10:00 am
Entering the Land: The Book of Joshua
Entering the Land: The Book of Joshua
Rabbi David Silber
Sundays: 11 Sessions

In this class we will study the book of Joshua carefully from a literary perspective. Through this study, we will explore core biblical questions: what does it mean to be a disciple, and how can a student turn into a teacher? Can anyone replace Moses? Does Joshua fulfill the Torah’s commands about conquest of the land? What can this teach us about war and the possibility of peace?

Co-sponsored by: Shearith Israel / The Spanish & Portuguese Synagogue
2 West 70th Street

11 sessions:
October 7, 14, 21, 28
November 4, 11, 18
December 2, 9, 16, & 23

10:00am - 11:30am

Price: $ 275.00

7:00 pm
Drisha in Skokie–Judaism Before the Rabbis: Jewish Literature in the Greco-Roman World
Drisha in Skokie–Judaism Before the Rabbis: Jewish Literature in the Greco-Roman World
Dr. Malka Simkovich
Four Sundays in October: 7, 14, 21, 28, 7:00 PM

This course will explore the centuries which bridge the Israelite religion and the normative Judaism of the rabbis, a time when Jews living throughout the Greco-Roman world freely expressed their Jewish pride by integrating aspects of the Greco-Roman world in which they lived and thrived. By exploring Jewish novellas, apocalypses, biblical interpretations, and historical records, we will gain new insight into the lives of the earliest Jews, who wrote religious texts in Antioch, the “gateway to the east;” in Rome, the political capital of the Empire; in Alexandria, the cultural crown jewel of the Greco-Roman world; and in the foothills of the Judean desert.

In partnership with Skokie Valley Agudath Jacob Synagogue
Location: Skokie Valley, 8825 E Prairie Road, Skokie, IL (Chicagoland Area)

Click here for flyer

Suggested Donation: $60 for the series. Click here to make a donation.

Price: $ 0.00

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7:30 pm
The Sefat Emet on the Torah
The Sefat Emet on the Torah

Location: Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun
The class will meet on Mondays October 22, 29; November 5, 12, 19, and 26.

5 Mondays: October 22, 29, November 5, 12, 19.

Price: $ 150.00

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November 2018
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
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10:00 am
Entering the Land: The Book of Joshua
Entering the Land: The Book of Joshua
Rabbi David Silber
Sundays: 11 Sessions

In this class we will study the book of Joshua carefully from a literary perspective. Through this study, we will explore core biblical questions: what does it mean to be a disciple, and how can a student turn into a teacher? Can anyone replace Moses? Does Joshua fulfill the Torah’s commands about conquest of the land? What can this teach us about war and the possibility of peace?

Co-sponsored by: Shearith Israel / The Spanish & Portuguese Synagogue
2 West 70th Street

11 sessions:
October 7, 14, 21, 28
November 4, 11, 18
December 2, 9, 16, & 23

10:00am - 11:30am

Price: $ 275.00

7:30 pm
The Renee and Alexander Bohm Memorial Lecture
The Renee and Alexander Bohm Memorial Lecture
Rabbi Menachem Leibtag
Sunday, November 4, 7:00 PM

Sponsored by their grandchildren, Elissa Shay Ordan and Daniel J. Ordan

Rabbi Menachem Leibtag on
Holidays and Theology in the Biblical Calendar: From a ‘Holy Land’ to a ‘Holy People’
Co-sponsored by Lincoln Square Synagogue
180 Amsterdam Avenue
Free and open to the public

Many of the practices of the festivals seem odd or out of place. The imagery of being “judged” in Tishrei, the practice of saying ya’ale ve-yavo on holidays and Rosh Hodesh, our counting both days and weeks in the omer – all of these take on new significance in light of the agricultural roots of the Jewish festivals and the biblical calendar. We will explore those, in order to better appreciate the way the calendar has evolved together with the world, and yet preserves its eternal sanctity.

Price: $ 0.00

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7:30 pm
The Sefat Emet on the Torah
The Sefat Emet on the Torah

Location: Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun
The class will meet on Mondays October 22, 29; November 5, 12, 19, and 26.

5 Mondays: October 22, 29, November 5, 12, 19.

Price: $ 150.00

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10:00 am
Entering the Land: The Book of Joshua
Entering the Land: The Book of Joshua
Rabbi David Silber
Sundays: 11 Sessions

In this class we will study the book of Joshua carefully from a literary perspective. Through this study, we will explore core biblical questions: what does it mean to be a disciple, and how can a student turn into a teacher? Can anyone replace Moses? Does Joshua fulfill the Torah’s commands about conquest of the land? What can this teach us about war and the possibility of peace?

Co-sponsored by: Shearith Israel / The Spanish & Portuguese Synagogue
2 West 70th Street

11 sessions:
October 7, 14, 21, 28
November 4, 11, 18
December 2, 9, 16, & 23

10:00am - 11:30am

Price: $ 275.00

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7:30 pm
The Sefat Emet on the Torah
The Sefat Emet on the Torah

Location: Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun
The class will meet on Mondays October 22, 29; November 5, 12, 19, and 26.

5 Mondays: October 22, 29, November 5, 12, 19.

Price: $ 150.00

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7:00 pm
Book Salon & Beit Midrash: As a Driven Leaf by Milton Steinberg
Book Salon & Beit Midrash: As a Driven Leaf by Milton Steinberg
Dr. Shai Secunda
Thursday, December 13, 7:00 PM

Location: A private residence on the Upper West Side, details provided upon registration

Thursday, December 13 , 7:00 PM – As a Driven Leaf by Milton Steinberg

First published in 1939, Milton Steinberg’s As a Driven Leaf is a modern Jewish classic that explores the story of the renegade Talmudic sage, Elisha ben Abuyah’s struggle to reconcile his faith with the allure of Hellenistic culture. Recently re-released, the story remains remarkably fresh, inviting thinking about faith and doubt, and what it means to be a Jew in the world today.

Click here for the flyer.

Click here for more information on the Book Salon & Beit Midrash series.

Price: $ 15.00

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10:00 am
Entering the Land: The Book of Joshua
Entering the Land: The Book of Joshua
Rabbi David Silber
Sundays: 11 Sessions

In this class we will study the book of Joshua carefully from a literary perspective. Through this study, we will explore core biblical questions: what does it mean to be a disciple, and how can a student turn into a teacher? Can anyone replace Moses? Does Joshua fulfill the Torah’s commands about conquest of the land? What can this teach us about war and the possibility of peace?

Co-sponsored by: Shearith Israel / The Spanish & Portuguese Synagogue
2 West 70th Street

11 sessions:
October 7, 14, 21, 28
November 4, 11, 18
December 2, 9, 16, & 23

10:00am - 11:30am

Price: $ 275.00

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7:30 pm
The Sefat Emet on the Torah
The Sefat Emet on the Torah

Location: Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun
The class will meet on Mondays October 22, 29; November 5, 12, 19, and 26.

5 Mondays: October 22, 29, November 5, 12, 19.

Price: $ 150.00

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7:00 pm
Malka Simkovich Book Launch Event
Malka Simkovich Book Launch Event
Malka Simkovich Book Launch
Thursday November 29th, 7:00 PM

Co-sponsored by Drisha, The Jewish Publication Society and Sixth Street Community Synagogue
November 29th, 7:00 PM
Sixth Street Community Synagogue
325 East Sixth Street

$10/students free of charge.

Please join us for an evening to celebrate the publication of Dr. Malka Z. Simkovich’s new book, Discovering Second Temple Literature: The Scriptures and Stories That Shaped Early Judaism (Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society, 2018).

Talks will be given by Dr. Lawrence Schiffman (Judge Abraham Lieberman Professorship in Hebrew & Judaic Studies at New York University) and Dr. Malka Z. Simkovich (Drisha Faculty member and Crown-Ryan Chair of Judies Studies at Catholic Theological Union.) 

We will explore the Jewish literature and communities of Alexandria and the Dead Sea Scrolls in Greek and Roman times, as Jews navigated as a minority through worlds dominated by powerful cultures.

Light refreshments will be served. Books will be available for purchase and signing.

Click here for the event flyer.

Click here for the Facebook event.

Price: $ 10.00

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December 2018
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9:30 am
The Drama of Torah: A Day of Learning Featuring Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, celebrating the English launch of 929
The Drama of Torah: A Day of Learning Featuring Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, celebrating the English launch of 929
Yom Iyun
Sunday December 2, 9:30 AM

The Drama of Torah: A Day of Learning Featuring Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, celebrating the English launch of 929

Sunday December 2, 9:30 AM
New York University Kimmel Center for Jewish Life, 60 Washington Square South

Concurrent learning sessions taught by Drisha Faculty members, Dr. Devora Steinmetz, Dr. Aaron KollerDr. Shai Secunda and Dr. Malka Simkovich, Drisha alumna Ms. Sara Wolkenfeld (Sefaria), and Rabbi Joe Wolfson (NYU-JLIC).
 
Opening Remarks and divrei bracha by Rabbi Yehuda Sarna (NYU Bronfman), Shira Hecht-Koller, Esq (Drisha, & Director of Education, 929), and Rabbi Adam Mintz (Director, 929 English).
$25 in advance; $30 at the door; Free for students with ID
Advanced registration advised, space is limited
Light refreshments will be served

Price: $ 25.00

10:00 am
Entering the Land: The Book of Joshua
Entering the Land: The Book of Joshua
Rabbi David Silber
Sundays: 11 Sessions

In this class we will study the book of Joshua carefully from a literary perspective. Through this study, we will explore core biblical questions: what does it mean to be a disciple, and how can a student turn into a teacher? Can anyone replace Moses? Does Joshua fulfill the Torah’s commands about conquest of the land? What can this teach us about war and the possibility of peace?

Co-sponsored by: Shearith Israel / The Spanish & Portuguese Synagogue
2 West 70th Street

11 sessions:
October 7, 14, 21, 28
November 4, 11, 18
December 2, 9, 16, & 23

10:00am - 11:30am

Price: $ 275.00

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10:00 am
Entering the Land: The Book of Joshua
Entering the Land: The Book of Joshua
Rabbi David Silber
Sundays: 11 Sessions

In this class we will study the book of Joshua carefully from a literary perspective. Through this study, we will explore core biblical questions: what does it mean to be a disciple, and how can a student turn into a teacher? Can anyone replace Moses? Does Joshua fulfill the Torah’s commands about conquest of the land? What can this teach us about war and the possibility of peace?

Co-sponsored by: Shearith Israel / The Spanish & Portuguese Synagogue
2 West 70th Street

11 sessions:
October 7, 14, 21, 28
November 4, 11, 18
December 2, 9, 16, & 23

10:00am - 11:30am

Price: $ 275.00

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7:00 pm
Book Salon & Beit Midrash: As a Driven Leaf by Milton Steinberg
Book Salon & Beit Midrash: As a Driven Leaf by Milton Steinberg
Dr. Shai Secunda
Thursday, December 13, 7:00 PM

Location: A private residence on the Upper West Side, details provided upon registration

Thursday, December 13 , 7:00 PM – As a Driven Leaf by Milton Steinberg

First published in 1939, Milton Steinberg’s As a Driven Leaf is a modern Jewish classic that explores the story of the renegade Talmudic sage, Elisha ben Abuyah’s struggle to reconcile his faith with the allure of Hellenistic culture. Recently re-released, the story remains remarkably fresh, inviting thinking about faith and doubt, and what it means to be a Jew in the world today.

Click here for the flyer.

Click here for more information on the Book Salon & Beit Midrash series.

Price: $ 15.00

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10:00 am
Entering the Land: The Book of Joshua
Entering the Land: The Book of Joshua
Rabbi David Silber
Sundays: 11 Sessions

In this class we will study the book of Joshua carefully from a literary perspective. Through this study, we will explore core biblical questions: what does it mean to be a disciple, and how can a student turn into a teacher? Can anyone replace Moses? Does Joshua fulfill the Torah’s commands about conquest of the land? What can this teach us about war and the possibility of peace?

Co-sponsored by: Shearith Israel / The Spanish & Portuguese Synagogue
2 West 70th Street

11 sessions:
October 7, 14, 21, 28
November 4, 11, 18
December 2, 9, 16, & 23

10:00am - 11:30am

Price: $ 275.00

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10:00 am
Entering the Land: The Book of Joshua
Entering the Land: The Book of Joshua
Rabbi David Silber
Sundays: 11 Sessions

In this class we will study the book of Joshua carefully from a literary perspective. Through this study, we will explore core biblical questions: what does it mean to be a disciple, and how can a student turn into a teacher? Can anyone replace Moses? Does Joshua fulfill the Torah’s commands about conquest of the land? What can this teach us about war and the possibility of peace?

Co-sponsored by: Shearith Israel / The Spanish & Portuguese Synagogue
2 West 70th Street

11 sessions:
October 7, 14, 21, 28
November 4, 11, 18
December 2, 9, 16, & 23

10:00am - 11:30am

Price: $ 275.00

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January 2019
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7:30 pm
Nathaniel Berman Book Launch Lecture
Nathaniel Berman Book Launch Lecture
Dr. Nathaniel Berman
Tuesday, January 15, 7:30 pm

“Why Should Modern Jews Care About Ancient Mysticism?”
Celebrating the publication of Dr. Berman’s new book, Divine and Demonic in the Poetic Mythology of the Zohar: The “Other Side” of Kabbalah (Leiden: Brill, 2018)
Tuesday, January 15, 7:30 PM
The Culture Center ( 410 Columbus Ave , at W 80th St)

Price: $

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7:00 pm
The Zohar for Modern Jews
The Zohar for Modern Jews
Dr. Nathaniel Berman
Tuesday evenings, 7-8:30pm

Location: A private residence on the Upper West Side, details provided upon registration

4 sessions: January 22, 29, February 5, 12

Price: $ 100.00

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7:00 pm
The Zohar for Modern Jews
The Zohar for Modern Jews
Dr. Nathaniel Berman
Tuesday evenings, 7-8:30pm

Location: A private residence on the Upper West Side, details provided upon registration

4 sessions: January 22, 29, February 5, 12

Price: $ 100.00

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February 2019
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
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7:00 pm
The Zohar for Modern Jews
The Zohar for Modern Jews
Dr. Nathaniel Berman
Tuesday evenings, 7-8:30pm

Location: A private residence on the Upper West Side, details provided upon registration

4 sessions: January 22, 29, February 5, 12

Price: $ 100.00

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7:00 pm
The Zohar for Modern Jews
The Zohar for Modern Jews
Dr. Nathaniel Berman
Tuesday evenings, 7-8:30pm

Location: A private residence on the Upper West Side, details provided upon registration

4 sessions: January 22, 29, February 5, 12

Price: $ 100.00

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7:30 pm
The 20th Annual Rapoport Memorial Lecture
The 20th Annual Rapoport Memorial Lecture
Dr. Sarit Kattan Gribetz
March 28, Details forthcoming

Dr. Sarit Kattan-Gribetz
March 28, Details forthcoming
Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun
125 East 85th Street
Free and open to the public

Price: $ 0.00

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