Please join us for “Glass Ceilings of Pluralism," a conference marking a decade of the Master of Arts in Pluralistic Jewish Education, a joint program with Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion and Hebrew University. The conference will take place on April 25-26, 2017 at the Taube Family Campus in Jerusalem and Hebrew University.
The conference seeks to deepen the critical discussion of pluralism in the context of Jewish education in Israel as well as its impact on Israeli society through the work of our graduates. Sessions will be presented by researchers, educators, and practitioners from the fields of education and Jewish education to bring together many voices across the religious and secular spectrum of Israel. Sessions include:
Speakers include Professor Moshe Tatar, Director of the Fox School of Education at Hebrew University; Moshe Tur-Paz, Head of Jerusalem's Education System; Shai Gal, Israeli Television News; Michal Berman, Executive Director of "Panim"; Dr. Hagit Wolf, The Melton Center; Dr. Eilon Shwartz, Executive Director of Shacharit; Dr. Yehuda Maimran, Executive Director of "Kiach" (Kol Israel Chaverim); Roni Chazom Weiss, Principal of the Dror School; and Rabbi Yirmi Stavitzsky, Prinicipal of the Himmelfarb School.
HUC-JIR faculty includes Rabbi Michael Marmur, Ph.D., Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Provost; Professor Ruchama Weiss; and Professor Michal Muszkat Barkan.
The evening program on April 26 will include greetings from Professor Menachem Ben-Sasson, President of Hebrew University, Rabbi Naamah Kelman, Dean of the Taube Family Campus of HUC-JIR, Professor Jonathan Cohen, Director of the Melton Centre, and student representative Hamutal Elbaz.
We will celebrate the partnership between HUC-JIR, the Melton Centre, and the School of Education of the Hebrew University as we look forward to another decade of rich partnership, and we will highlight the work of our students and our graduates.
For more information, contact Professor Michal Muskat Barkan at email@example.com.
To register, contact Ruth Herr at firstname.lastname@example.org.