SPEAKERS at The Contemporary Study of Halakha: Methods and Meaning

Thursday, March 1, 2001
Dr. Rachel Adler
University of Southern California & Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion
Los Angeles, CA

Dr. Saul Berman
Stern College for Women - New York, NY

Dr. Rachel Biale
Osher Marin Jewish Community Center
California

Dr. Eugene B. Borowitz
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion
New York, NY

Dr. Michael Chernick
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion
New York, NY

Dr. Jonathan Cohen
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion
Cincinnati, OH

Dr. Elliot Dorff
University of Judaism - Los Angeles, CA

Dr. David Ellenson
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion Los Angeles, CA

 

Dr. Charlotte Fonrobert
Stanford University - California

Dr. Shamma Friedman
Jewish Theological Seminary - New York, NY

Dr. Isaiah Gafni
Hebrew University - Israel

Dr. Alyssa Gray
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion
New York, NY

Dr. Judith Hauptman
Jewish Theological Seminary - New York, NY

Dr. Bernard Jackson
University of Manchester - United Kingdom

Dr. Richard Kalmin
Jewish Theological Seminary - New York

Dr. Berachyahu Lifshitz
Hebrew University - Israel

Dr. Phillip E. Miller
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion
New York, NY

 

Rabbi Aaron Panken
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion
New York, NY

Dr. Stephen Passamaneck
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion
Los Angeles, CA

Rabbi Joel Roth
Conservative Yeshiva - Israel

Dr. Jeffrey L. Rubinstein
New York University - New York, NY

Dr. Lawrence H. Schiffman
New York University - New York, NY

Dr. Mark Washofsky
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion
Cincinnati, OH

Dr. David Weiss-Halivni
Columbia University - New York, NY

Dr. Walter Wurzburger
Yeshiva University - New York, NY

 

 

 


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