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Death by Success? Walking the Tightrope of Identity

Professors Kristone Garroway and Tali Zelkowicz will discuss with Dean Joshua Holo the various strategies we have employed over the millennia, as a minority group, to manage and embrace host cultures while keeping true to our unique minority identity.

Kristine Henriksen Garroway, Ph.D.

Visiting Assistant Professor of Hebrew Bible, HUC-JIR/Los Angeles

Joshua David Holo, Ph.D.

Dean, Jack H. Skirball Campus; Associate Professor of Jewish History, HUC-JIR/Los Angeles

Tali E. Zelkowicz, Rabbi, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Education, Professor Sara S. Lee Chair for an Emerging Scholar in Jewish Education, HUC-JIR/Los Angeles

Zionism and Crisis

The Arab-Israeli conflict has taken on new contours, and progressive Jews are challenged to navigate and reimagine the challenges and possibilities of Zionism. Dean Holo and Rabbi Rosove discuss not only the conflict but also Israel’s character as a Jewish democracy.

John L. Rosove, Rabbi

Rabbi, Temple Israel of Hollywood

Joshua David Holo, Ph.D.

Dean, Jack H. Skirball Campus; Associate Professor of Jewish History, HUC-JIR/Los Angeles

Bully Pulpit: Torah with a Point of View

What's the bottom line? What does Judaism really expect of us at the end of the day? Rabbi Richard Levy argues: study, prayer, and good deeds. In that much, he follows the ancient rabbis. Here, he challenges us with his own take on what that means today.

Richard N. Levy, Rabbi

Rabbi of the Synagogue and Director of Spiritual Growth, HUC-JIR/Los Angeles