Summer iEngage Campus Seminar
What does the concept of global Jewish peoplehood mean in a pandemic? As we sit in relative isolation to one another, what Jewish ideas and values are at play as we re-imagine what Jewish communities look like on campus and beyond? How might North American Jewry’s relationship to Israel change or be strengthened in our new reality – and what might the consequences be for the future of the state of Israel?
If you are a college student motivated to study these questions, the Hartman Institute is offering a unique college-student specific track in our month-long virtual summer program, All Together: Jewish Ideas for This Moment. The Summer iEngage Campus Seminar is designed for students already engaged and passionate about Israel on campus and will introduce new frameworks to study our relationship to Israel as it exists in pandemic. This twice-weekly class will offer new ideas about the North American – Israeli relationship from top Hartman scholars, and campus-based discussions facilitated by a campus Hillel professional.
June 29 – July 23, 2020 (8 sessions)
Open to current college or university students
Additional Seminar Details:
- Virtual 75 minute sessions led by Hartman faculty will be held twice a week and include lectures, small group discussions facilitated by Hillel staff, and Q&A
- Approximately 2 hours of study and hevruta time will be required between sessions
- Participation in the program is fully subsidized. Students will receive a certificate from the Shalom Hartman Institute upon course completion.
Registration has closed for this seminar
Questions? Contact Rob France, Director of Campus Initiatives, Shalom Hartman Institute of North America