Queer Explorations in Jewish Texts and Traditions

Top Pick July 10, 2019 $75.00
(Photo: Ludovic Bertron/Creative Commons)
(Photo: Ludovic Bertron/Creative Commons)

What can we take from rabbinic discussions of non-binary sexes, gender, sex and marriage? Join Hebrew College rabbinical student Jamie Schwartz in the endeavor to construct a Jewish language of gender and sexuality. We will examine mitzvot (commandments/good deeds); study texts including the Talmud and Midrash; engage with analyses and reflections by Jewish queer and trans thinkers; and imagine what this can all mean for gender and sexuality in our own Jewish lives.

Course dates: July 10, 17, 24, 31; Aug. 7, 14 (private home in Cambridge)

Contact Eser@hebrewcollege.edu for more information. Financial aid available.

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