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Keeping Faith in Rabbis
Rabbinical programs are designed to cultivate rabbis who balance transmission of tradition with adaptation to contemporary culture. How do rabbinical programs educate rabbis in the 21st century, a time when instability is the new norm?
Chancellor Emeritus; I.H. and Anna Grancell Professor Emeritus of Jewish Religious Thought , HUC-JIR/New York
Reading and Writing to Save Our Lives
Dr. Wendy Zierler presented "Reading and Writing to Save Our Lives" at HUC-JIR/New York's Founders' Day as she was inaugurated as the Sigmund Falk Professor of Modern Jewish Literature and Feminist Studies.
Sigmund Falk Professor of Modern Jewish Literature and Feminist Studies, HUC-JIR/New York
“Imagining the Jewish Future,” an academic symposium held during the Inauguration of Rabbi Aaron D.
Senior Rabbi, Central Synagogue, New York City
The Ugliness of Moses Mendelssohn: Aesthetics, Religion & Morality in the Eighteenth Century
Dr. Leah Hochman’s new book, "The Ugliness of Moses Mendelssohn: Aesthetics, Religion & Morality in the Eighteenth Century" (Routledge Jewish Studies Series), examines the aesthetics of ugliness through the prism of one of our great philosophers.
Director of the Louchheim School for Judaic Studies and Associate Professor of Jewish Thought, HUC-JIR/Los Angeles
Kaddish from the Rhine Valley to the Jezreel Valley: Crisis and Creativity
Rabbi Dalia Marx presents "Kaddish from the Rhine Valley to the Jezreel Valley: Crisis and Creativity."
Rabbi Aaron D. Panken Professor of Liturgy and Midrash, HUC-JIR/Jerusalem
“Imagining the Jewish Future,” an academic symposium held during the Inauguration of Rabbi Aaron D. Panken, Ph.D., as President of HUC-JIR, initiated a renewed effort to elevate the level of discourse in our community and envision a vibrant, innovative, and achievable Reform Jewish future. Dr.
Emily S. and Rabbi Bernard H. Mehlman Chair in Rabbinics; Professor of Codes and Responsa Literature, HUC-JIR/New York