Shalom Hartman Institute is joining an impressive lineup of prominent
The rationale behind this event is to bring together all streams of Jews on Sukkot, the Feast of Ingathering, in
The Hartman Institute is participating in the festival with five study sessions at its campus, three in Hebrew and two in English. The Hebrew sessions will be given by Dr. Ariel Picard, who will discuss Jewish education in the postmodern era, Dr. Yishai Rozen-Tvi, who will focus on women and prayer in Midrash, and Prof. Israel Knohl, who will talk about the genetic code of the Bible. In English, Dr. Alick Isaacs will discuss a Jewish philosophy of peace, while Rabbi Rachel Sabath Beit-Halachmi will lecture on revelation in modern Jewish thought.
The October 19 sessions will carry on through the night in a traditional Hoshana Rabbah night-long study.
For a full listing of all the sessions and their times see the Gateways website.