“Woman and Family – Identity and Conflict” – New Program for Fall 2010

Program run by Channa Pinchasi will study women inside and outside of the family in the Bible, Hebrew literature, Midrash, feminist theory, and life. Apply now to participate

The Shalom Hartman Institute and Nigun Nashim invite you to “A Room (Cheider) of your Own.” This beit midrash for women will address issues of Judaism and gender.  

  • Learn ancient Jewish and modern sources with a group (hevruta) of religious and secular women
  • Address questions of femininity and masculinity
  • Encounter feminist theories
  • Consider change in the fields of gender and Judaism    
The beit midrash, which will be led by Channa Pinchasi – an experienced group and beit midrash leader, doctoral student in the Bar-Ilan University gender program, and Hartman Institute research Fellow – will take place at the Shalom Hartman Institute every other Monday (14 meetings), 18:30-21:30, beginning October 11, 2010. Program price is  NIS 980.
Participants will be selected following a personal interview.

Click here for additional details and registration, click here, or contact Channa Pinchasi by email.


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