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An ongoing lecture series featuring authors of newly published books. (Formerly "JTS Library Book Talks")
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Topics in Talmud: 10 talmudic topics every Jew should know. A series originally geared towards rabbis, now open to all, Dr. David Kraemer the Joseph J. and Dora Abbell Librarian and professor of Talmud and Rabbinics at The Jewish Theological Seminary discusses important topics in Jewish life.
A six part introduction to Medieval Jewish History with Professor Benji Gampel.
A collection of lectures, workshops, courses and panels dealing with interreligious dialogue from the Louis Finkelstein Institute and the Milstein Center for Interreligious Dialogue at JTS
Professor Arnold Eisen, Rabbi Julie Roth, Rabbi Gordon Tucker, and Rabbi Neil Gillman discuss "Doing Jewish Theology Today: God, Torah, and Israel in Modern Judaism." The program, which is JTS’s Henry N. Rapaport Memorial Lecture, explores directions in Jewish theology that can speak to Jews in...
The Jewish Theological Seminary's Rabbi Robert Harris teaches this six part series exploring the meaning of Shabbat, and helping all of us grow in our skills for celebrating this special day.
For more than 15 years, JTS has distributed a weekly commentary on parashat hashavua' to more than 30,000 people.
Lectures and talks from the March 11, 2012 What to Wear event at JTS exploring women's clothing and its relationship to religion and culture. More information at: http://www.jtsa.edu/x16219.xml
Recordings from the May 2010 concert "Remembrance and Renewal: Chamber Music by German Jewish Composers" in honor of the 100th birthday of Herman Berlinski (z"l). Tijana Grujic, mezzo-soprano, Yoed Nir, violoncello, Jonathan Levin, accompanist (piano). More information inlcuding program notes...
A selection essays written by Chancellor Arnold Eisen for the blog: "Conservative Judaism: A Community Conversation." The full collection of essays in addition to reader responses can be found at www.jtsa.edu/cjblog
A collection of lectures given at JTS that delve into the relationship between science and religion.
A lecture series from The Tikvah Institute for Jewish Thought dealing with topics in contemporary Jewish Philosophy.
The Teachers Institute (TI) opened in 1909 as the official teacher-training department of The Jewish Theological Seminary and soon became synonymous with the professionalization of Jewish education infused by modern pedagogical training. Concepts including Jewish feminism, Zionism, and the arts...
A collection of lectures that provide Jewish perspectives and answers to the challenges of the 21st century, including global warming, health care reform, medical ethics and the changing role of religion in the public sphere.