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Recent News

New Library Exhibit on Jewish Marriage

New Library Exhibit on Jewish Marriage

May 26, 2022

“To Build a New Home: Celebrating the Jewish Wedding” illustrates the evolution of Jewish marriage practices with rare materials from the 12th century to the present day.

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Upcoming Events

Jul 11

How Jewish Storytelling Shapes the Religious Imagination

Online | Livestream| Public Lectures & Events| Stories and Storytelling

Rabbi Mychal Springer, Manager of Clinical Pastoral Education, New York-Presbyterian Hospital, and Adjunct Professor, JTS, shows how Jewish storytelling shapes the religious imagination. Part of our summer learning series: Stories and Storytelling.

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Jul 29

JTS in the Berkshires: Summer 2022

Massachusetts | Community Courses| JTS in the Berkshires

In our July session, “Get Thee to a Nunnery,” JTS Professor Marjorie Lehman explores how Hamlet’s famous words to Ophelia help us think about the Rabbis’ use of the term zonah (harlot).

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