Today is November 28, 2015 -
Lectures and Discussions in English at 8:00 PM, Admission 20 NIS
Coordinator: Rabbi Edward S. Romm
Monday, November 2
Jewish Papercuts and Tapestries – A Mother-Daughter Collaboration
Tapestry weaver, Tamar Shadur, will present an illustrated talk about her collaboration with her mother, renowned Jewish papercut artist and scholar, Yehudit Shadur, in the production of finely woven biblical tapestries based on Y. Shadur’s magnificent papercut designs.
Monday, November 9
SHOAH AND ISRAELI SOCIETY
How the new Israeli state grappled with the tragedy of the Shoah in its early years and beyond.
Ilan Bloch, Director, Teaching Israel
Monday November 16
ALL YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT BEER
The history of brewing in the Middle East (Egypt, Mesopotamia, Canaan), including
the flowering of Israeli craft brewers in the past decade. Tasting included.
Doug Greener, beer mavin!
Monday, November 23
THANKSGIVING AND THE JEWS: FROM THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION TO THE PRESENT.
Rabbi Dr. David Geffen, American Jewish Historian
Monday, November 30
Laura Ruth Polk Memorial Lecture
ARTIFACTS DISCOVERED: THE TEMPLE MOUNT SIFTING PROJECT
Prof. Gabriel Barkay PhD. Archaeologist, Land of Israel Studies, Bar Ilan University.
Prof. Barkay is a world authority on Jerusalem.