Excited to see our offerings for fall 21 above? Keep reading: even MORE offerings coming your way!
Here's our tentative list: still a work-in-progress. We welcome your feedback via the "Contact Us" link.
Sam Shonkoff, David Biale and Fred Rosenbaum: Staged Buber-Scholem-Rosenzweig debate
Bruce Phillips: Counting Jews: Deciphering the New Pew Survey
Claire Sherman: Making a Paper-cut Mizrach
Levana Mizrahi: Yiddish in Cairo
Kim Carter: Taking Charge of Your Jewish Identity for Jews of Color
Introduction to Jewish Life and Culture
Dan Alter and Dan Schifrin: Jewish Writing Workshop
Raphael Asher: Jews & Religion in America
Rachel Brodie: The Other Women: Non-Jewish women in the Bible, Midrash, and Contemporary Poetry
Lavey Derby: Contemporary Spirituality
Ariel Mayse: Jewish Environmental Ethics (with Urban Adamah)
Janis Plotkin: Weimar Jewish Film
Ron Reissberg: Care to Make it Interesting? Seinfeld and the Talmud
Ilan Vitemberg: From Fauda to Shtisl: Portraits of Men and Gender in Israeli Netflix Series
Kendra Fried: Neshama Yoga
Hebrew and Yiddish continue from fall 21.
Rutie Adler: Reading Hebrew Literature: Short Stories and Poetry
SPRING - SUMMER 2022
Yoel Kahn: Illuminated Passover Haggadas
Jhos Singer: The Manischewitz Story with the Manischewitz Maven
Diane Wolf and Harvey Weinstein: Post-Holocaust tTauma
Susan Gilson Miller: The Holocaust in North Africa: Jewish Anti-Fascist Resistance in French North Africa, 1940-1943
Danny Matt: Zohar
Fred Astren: Anti-Talmudic Jews: Who are the Karaites?
Daniel Boyarin: Talmud for the Perplexed
Chana Kronfeld (& grad student): The Land as Woman in Israeli Literature
Deborah Newburn: Experiential Nature Walks through Jewish Eyes and Feet
Steve Rosen: Archaeology before the Bible
Judy Shanks and Jamie Gracer: The Bible on the Couch: A Rabbi and a Psychiatrist Analyze Biblical Characters
Ellie Shapiro: Jewish Music Matters: Modern Jewish History Through Music
Peretz Wolf-Prusan: Practical Hebrew Lettering and the Scribal Arts!
Yosef Rosen: The Tree of Life: Making Kabbalistic Diagrams
Suzie Coliver & Bob Herman: Designing Sacred Spaces: Field Trips
Covid permitting, we hope to restart the Study Tours offered in past years with Tiyul Jewish Journeys, https://tiyuljewishjourneys.comm (which already has some of its own trips scheduled for 2022).
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