Author of "Embracing Auschwitz" and "Mensch•Marks: Life Lessons of a Human Rabbi - Wisdom for Untethered Times." Winner of the Rockower Award, the highest honor in Jewish journalism and 2019 Religion News Association Award for Excellence in Commentary. Musings of a rabbi, journalist, father, husband, poodle-owner, Red Sox fan and self-proclaimed mensch, taken from essays, columns, sermons and thin air. Writes regularly in the New York Jewish Week and Times of Israel.
Thursday, January 28, 2010
120 Minutes of Medieval Jewish History: New from JTS
120 Minutes With JTS
New JTS Video Podcast Series Launches At-Home and On-The-Go Jewish Learning Opportunities
How often have you wanted to contribute to discussions on Judaism, but held back because you didn’t feel you knew enough in general or about a particular topic?
How many New Year’s resolutions have you made to include just a little more Jewish study in your life and how many years have you been unable to enroll in classes because there’s just no time?
How surprised would you be to discover that you are not alone and that The Jewish Theological Seminary has just launched a solution to help?
Spend120 Minutes With JTS (20 minutes at a time) and our new video podcast series
Spend120 Minutes With JTS(20 minutes at a time) wherever you may be
Each 120-minute series offers six engaging twenty-minute sessions that explore a particular Jewish topic in depth, with a variety of topics to come—all of them will inform and inspire you. Our opening topic is 120 Minutes of Medieval Jewish History and it covers the history, society, and culture of medieval Sephardic Jewry