Since the days of Abraham, Jews have been instructed to pursue “what is just and right” (Genesis 18:19). This course will explore many strata and eras of Jewish history, from the Bible, Talmud and law codes through Kabbalistic ideas of tikkun olam, Zionism and 20th- and 21st-century Jewish experience to understand how the ancient agricultural model of “the corners of the fields” evolved into later understandings of social justice.
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