Judaism and the Core Curriculum

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This fellowship explores the nexus between the Core Curriculum and Jewish thought. By engaging in weekly seminars led by world-renowned educators, fellows will enjoy the most penetrating philosophical and literary works of Western tradition with a new Jewish lens. In addition, participants will create a community of Jewish learning and living through a variety of written responses and communal gatherings that will bolster their Jewish experience of the Core Curriculum. Curated by Rabbi Hain, this year will include incredible educators from Columbia, Harvard, Penn, Princeton, NYU and Yale. Apply now!

  Expectations:

    • Attendance of the weekly sessions, which will take place Mondays from 7:30-9:00 PM on the 6th floor of the Kraft Center (Dinner at 7 PM)
    • Participation in the Judaism and the Core Curriculum Shabbat dinner (date TBD)
    • One 1-2 page (300-400 words) written response to one of the weekly session

Spring Dates:

  • February 11, 18, 25
  • March 4, 11, 25
  • April 1, 8, 15, 29