Bay Area Community Talmud Circle with Deena Aranoff
Sun, October 21, 2018 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Immerse yourself in this dynamic and welcoming community engaged in modern Talmud study.
Date: Select Sundays: Oct 21, Nov 11, Dec 9, Jan 27, Feb 10, Mar 10, Apr 14, May 5, Jun 2
Time: 10am - 12pm
Tuition: Your Choice
$270 your contribution for faculty, staff support, and overhead
$225 your contribution for faculty and staff support
$180 your contribution for faculty
Lehrhaus Talmud Circle is a growing, dynamic, and welcoming community of adult students engaged in modern Talmud study and active conversation. This unique project is a collaboration of Lehrhaus Judaica and The Aleph Society of Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz, hailed by TIME magazine as a "once-in-a-millennium scholar."
Steinsaltz writes: “The Talmud is a central pillar of Jewish knowledge. It is not only important in and of itself, but it is organically connected to just about everything in the realm of Jewish knowledge, from the practical, everyday halakha to exciting and dizzying mystical notions.”
While the majority of participants are continuing students, anyone may join. Newcomers to Talmud study should participate in the two-part preliminary series “A Taste of Talmud.” Please consult the print and online catalogs for locations, dates, and times.
Lehrhaus Talmud Circle students study with the Koren Talmud Bavli, Ta'anit, available in various print sizes and in digital editions.
If you have questions, please contact Abra Greenspan at email@example.com.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Deena Aranoff is assistant professor of medieval Jewish studies at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, CA. Her interests include rabbinic literature, medieval patterns of Jewish thought and the broader question of continuity and change in Jewish history. Deena is also a community educator and teaches Bible, rabbinics, and Jewish mysticism in a variety of adult education programs. Deena is also a recently certified yoga instructor and teaches yoga in San Francisco.
Sponsored and presented by Lehrhaus Judaica.