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Upcoming Events

Jan 24

Between the Lines: Sanctified Sex

Online | Book Talks| Library Events

Join author Noam Zion when he discusses his book, Sanctified Sex, which draws on 2,000 years of rabbinic debates addressing competing aspirations for loving intimacy, passionate sexual union, and sanctity in marriage.

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Jan 24

The Importance of Shame in Rabbinic Tradition

Online | Judaism and the Inner Life Series| Online Learning

Join Dr. David Kraemer to discuss the complicated emotion of shame and how Jewish tradition “feels” about it. Part of our spring learning series, The Power of Emotion: Judaism and the Inner Life.

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Jan 26

Between the Lines: When I Grow Up

Online | Book Talks| Library Events| Online Learning

Join author Ken Krimstein when he discusses his book, When I Grow Up, a graphic narrative based on newly discovered, never-before-published autobiographies of Eastern European Jewish teens on the brink of WWII—found in 2017 hidden in a Lithuanian church cellar.

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