Join us for this six-part series, taught by Elisha Gechter, focused on all things Jewish and female. We’ll discuss topics from traditional women’s rituals (Shabbat candles, baking challah) to ways women mark time, and even the taboo (sex, dress). Explore where the concepts come from, how practices have evolved and how we can interpret them for our modern lives.
The conversations will be text-based and open. This class is open to all genders, sexual orientations and any relationship status, with any (or no) Jewish background.
Course dates: July 16, 23, 30; Aug. 2, 6, 13 (private home in Cambridge)
Contact Eser@hebrewcollege.edu for more information. Financial aid available.+ More... - Less...
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