Halakha Conference Tape Order Form

Thursday, March 1, 2001
We are tape recording the lectures in this conference. If you are interested in purchasing
a tape please print out this form and send it to:

Fax: Lisa Fiderer (212) 533-0129 or mail: Lisa Fiderer
Hebrew Union College
1 West 4th Street
New York, NY 10012

Tapes cost $15 per session.

Session # of tapes $
Keynote panel
The Methods: Mishpat Ivry and the
Historical-Critical Method ________ x15= $ _________
Dr. Shamma Friedman, Professor of Talmud, Jewish Theological Seminary, New York
Dr. Bernard Jackson, Alliance Professor of Modern Jewish Studies, University of
Manchester, United Kingdom
Dr. Berachyahu Lifshitz, Professor of Jewish Law, Hebrew University, Israel

The Meanings: Mishpat Ivry and the
Historical-Critical Method ________ x15= $ _________
Dr. Michael Chernick
Dr. Bernard Jackson

Methodology of Response to New
Questions in Jewish Law ________ x15= $ _________
Dr. Saul Berman, Associate Professor of Judaic Studies of Ethics and Contemporary
Moral Problems, HUC-JIR/Cincinnati
Dr. Jonathan Cohen, Director, Center for the Study of Ethics and Contemporary Moral
Problems, HUC-JIR/Cincinnati
Rabbi Joel Roth, Director, Conservative Yeshiva, Jerusalem
Dr. Mark Washofsky, Associat Professor of Rabbinics, HUC-JIR/Cincinnati

Social and Intellectual History of Halakha ________ x15= $ _________
Dr. David Ellenson
Dr. Isaiah Gafni, Professor of Jewish History of the Second Temple and Rabbinic
Periods, The Hebrew University, Israel

Feminism and Halakah ________ x15= $ _________
Dr. Rachel Adler, Joint Assistant Professor of Modern Jewish Thought and Judaism
and Gender at the School of Religion, University of Southern California and
HUC-JIR/Los Angeles
Rachel Biale, Director of Community Education, Osher Marin Jewish Community Center,
Dr. Charlotte Fonrobert, Professor of Judaic Studies, Stanford University, California

Non-Rabbinic Halakha ________ x15= $ _________
Dr. Philip E. Miller, Director, Klau Library, HUC-JIR/New York
Dr. Lawrence Schiffman, Chairman, Skirball Department of Hebrew and Judaic Studies,
New York University, New York

Contemporary Jewish Movements
and Halakha ________ x15= $ _________
Dr. Elliot Dorff, Rector and Sol & Anne Dorff Distinguished Professor of Philosophy,
University of Judaism, Los Angeles
Dr. Walter Wurzburger, Adjunct Professor of Philosophy, Yeshiva University, New York
Dr. Eugene B. Borowitz, Sigmund L. Falk Distinguished Professor of Education and Jewish
Religious Thought, HUC-JIR/New York

The Intersection of Halakha and Aggadah ________ x15= $ _________
Dr. Judith Hauptman, Rabbi Philip R. Alstat Professor of Talmud, Jewish Theological
Seminary, New York
Dr. Richard Kalmin, Theodore R. Racoosin Professor of Talmud and Rabbinics, Jewish
Theological Seminary, New York
Dr. Jeffrey L. Rubinstein, Hebrew and Judaic Studies Professor, New York University,
New York
Dr. David Weiss-Halivni, Lucius N. Littaur Professor of Classical Jewish Civilization
and Religion, Columbia University, New York

The Implications of Jewish Law for
General Jurisprudence ________ x15= $ _________
Dr. Alyssa Gray, Instructor in Codes and Responsa Literature, HUC-JIR/New York
Dr. Stephen Passamaneck, Professor of Rabbinics, HUC-JIR/Los Angeles
Dr. Mark Washovsky

Total: $ _________

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